Links for photos of Dunsmuir Art Walk, Dunsmuir Run for the Arts, Butteville Art Auction, Mount Shasta Bears football and soccer, Weed High School volleyball and JV football

The following links are for photo galleries posted Oct. 24, 2012 at

Visitors flock to Dunsmuir Art Walk

Parking was uncharacteristically scarce in downtown Dunsmuir Saturday, Oct. 20, 2012, when visitors flocked in to view the works of 33 artists on display in 13 businesses during the Chamber of Commerce's Dunsmuir Art Walk. Pedestrians clutching guide maps and scanning storefronts for visual clues of an exhibit within were a frequent sight during the four-hour event. Photos by Richard DuPertuis

Dunsmuir Elementary's Run for the Arts

To raise funds for music and arts activities, Dunsmuir Elementary School held "Run for the Arts," a combination 5K run and half-marthon starting from campus the morning of Saturday, Oct. 20, 2012. Two schoolchildren beat a field of 40 contestants in the 5K; two seasoned runners bested 7 others entered in the half-marthon. Run co-director and school business manager Meegan Forrest said the event netted about $1,000. Photos by Richard DuPertuis

Butteville Art Auction 2012

Butteville Elementary School's Art Auction Oct. 20 at the Lake Shastina Resort raised funds to support music, drama, and dance programs. Photos by Liz Pyles

Mount Shasta Bears football

The 2012 Mount Shasta Bears in action. Photos by Liz Pyles and Steve Gerace

Weed Cougar JV and varsity volleyball Oct. 16, 2012

Weed's varsity volleyball team swept Burney Oct. 16, 2012 in Weed, while the JV Cougars fell to the Raiders in three games. Photos by Liz Pyles

JV Cougars show offensive firepower

They fell behind early and lost the game, but Weed High School's young JV football team showed plenty of offensive firepower during a 61-43 loss to Cascade Christian Oct. 18, 2012 in Weed. Photos by Liz Pyles

Mount Shasta's thriving soccer program

The Mount Shasta High School soccer team lost a 1-0 decision to Tulelake Oct. 18, 2012 at Shastice Park, but the Bears continue to be a top team in the Shasta Cascade League, as they've been since the league began. Photos by Liz Pyles