Corning Mayor Gary Strack, right, presents Mike Gonzales, chairman of the Tehama County Mental Health board on May 14, with a newly city proclamation declaring May as Mental Health Month.
The proclamation states "all Americans experience times of difficulty and stress in their lives. Mental health challenges do not discriminate; they aff
Corning cowgirl Kaylee Loewen, the 2012 Corning Jr. Rodeo Queen, will be handing her crown over to another cowgirl on May 30 during the Corning Jr. Rodeo Mixer held at the Clark Park Rodeo Grounds.
Loewen, 16, of Corning, the daughter of Lisa and Randy Loewen, rode her horse Toby to victory last year and said she has enjoyed her year ser
A 30-year-old woman reported that two men tried to kidnap her on Rawson Road near Finnell Avenue north of Corning on Sunday — and the Tehama County Sheriff's Department believes the incident is related to two similar reports the same day,
Megan Brown told sheriff's deputies she was approached by the two men in a white pickup. She s
The idea of building a railway system between Humboldt Bay and the upper Sacramento Valley has been around for a long time.
A group from Eureka, the Land Bridge Alliance, met with city and county officials and private individuals on May 15 in Red Bluff to promote that idea anew.
Alliance board member Bob Martin of Red Bluff is th
The Los Molinos Honorary Mayor's race is on, with five candidates vying for this year's title — including a horse.
Rock, the giant black draft horse, has thrown his halter into the race. Owned by Ron and Jeannie Gallagher, Rock has been a huge supporter of the Independence Day event by pulling wagons in the parade for many years.
Two hundred bicycle riders and support crew popped up tents in the field behind Williams High School on Friday night on the end of the second day of a tour that raises funds for local HIV and AIDS services.
NorCal AIDS Cycle, an annual four-day event, leads volunteers on a 330-mile tour through the Sierra foothills and the Sacramento Val
Eleven students from Olive View Elementary and Maywood Middle schools strategized and played their way to Sacramento Valley Scholastic Chess League championship, then captured second in the rookie division at a state tournament held in Santa Clara on April 27.
Raymond Rodriguez, teacher at Olive View Elementary School, is the chess coach
Name: Wyatt Haywood.
Family: My mom and dad, Ronda and Tom Haywood.
City of Residence: Corning.
How long have you lived here? Since December 1999, so 13 years.
Occupation: Student, Boy Scout, Receptionist at H&R Block.
What is your favorite part of your job? Learning and helping people
The Corning City Council awarded the Safe Routes to School, Cycle 10 Project contract to Thomas H. Williams Construction of Corning.
The company's winning bid was $213,293. It was the lowest of seven received.
Most of the funding for the project, $169,100, comes from the California Department of Transportation grant with a city m
Jason Lee Horner, 33, of Red Bluff, was arrested by Red Bluff police at 11:33 p.m. Friday on the 300 block of James Avenue in Red Bluff, on suspicion of possession of a controlled substance, and a misdemeanor for possession of drug paraphernalia. He was booked into the Tehama County Jail. Bail was set at $18,000.
• Friends of the Library — The Chamber would like to thank the Corning Friends of the Library for hosting the Corning in the Morning last Tuesday. It was a wonderful event, with lots of good breakfast food and drink as well as great door prizes. Georgia Scott, a new Tehama County Library staff member gave a presentation talking about
A two-day driver safety program for seniors will be held starting June 5 at the Family Resource Center, 1488 South St.
Participants must attend both days to receive a certificate of completion, which could mean a discount on car insurance.
The cost is $12 for AARP members and $14 for non-members.
To register, call 528-172
Jesus Diera won two events and led the Corning High varsity boys track and field team to second place at the Northern Section Division II Finals.
Morgan Parker won the discus with the longest throw in the section this year to help the Cardinals varsity girls team to a third place. Yreka won both the team titles.
Cameron Pollack is no different than most 8-year-old boys.
A couple of times a week the Corning resident dons his Marlins uniform and heads over to Estil Clark Park to play in the city’s little league Farm division, where he hones his diamond talents while receiving instruction from his coaches, whom he also bats against.
It was the Providence Christian varsity track and field athletes’ day in the sun on Friday, but also a promising glimpse into the future for the program.
The Lions finished 11th as a team in the varsity girls division (20.25 points), and 16th in the boys division (6 points) at the Northern Section Division IV meet held at West Vall
A massive earthquake hits the Bay Area sending thousands of evacuees to Tehama County and its communities.
That was the scenario of an emergency exercise held Wednesday by the Northeastern California Chapter of the American Red Cross, emergency agencies from Tehama, Shasta, Siskiyou, and Modoc counties and the Amateur Radio Emergency Ser
One of the men honored during the 2013 Tehama County Peace Officers Memorial was a California Highway Patrol officer killed on Sept. 5 by a Tehama County man.
Thirty-seven-year-old Kenyon Marc Youngstrom was fatally shot by Christopher Boone Lacy, 36, of Rancho Tehama, during a traffic stop on Highway 680 at 8:20 a.m., authorities said.
The City Council approved the wish list of capital improvements for the Public Works, Fire and Police departments on Tuesday.
The list is part of the 2013 Long-range Capital Improvement Program and Priorities for Service.
City Manager John Brewer said the long-range plan of action is for implementing public improvements in suppor
The mother of a 13-month-old baby who died from child abuse on Sept. 26 pleaded not guilty in Tehama County Superior Court on Tuesday to charges of child abuse resulting in death.
David Didio's death is being investigated as a homicide.
His mother, Isabell Deanna Rios, 19 of Red Bluff, and her fiancé, 20-year-old Daniel Wa
A Tehama County man was sentenced to six years in state prison this week after he had pled guilty to various narcotics charges.
Mario Ortiz Naranjo, 42, pleaded guilty to transportation of a controlled substance in a non-contiguous county and possession of a controlled substance for sale, court records state.
He was arrested by T
Tehama County is taking part in the California Paint Stewardship Program established by a new law that requires paint manufacturers to develop a take back system for leftover paint from household and commercial consumers.
Paint manufacturers, through the American Coatings Association, created PaintCare, a nonprofit organization which arr
Join Tehama County Farm Bureau at 2 p.m. Sunday at the Farm Bureau office at 275 Sale Lane, for the Giant Pumpkin Contest kickoff.
A local grower will be making a presentation on how to grow a giant pumpkin and providing tips on how to win this year's contest.
Registration for the contest begins after the
By Cathy Wilson
For Tri-County Newspapers
Every Easter I look forward to my son's traditional gift, an Easter lily plant wrapped in colorful foil.
He worries that I will tire of them and my response is always "NEVER!"
I carefully place it on my dining table where it becomes the center piece to be enjoyed for the h
When is a powder puff not a dainty little thing one uses when applying talcum to help stay dry?
When the pedal is to the metal and it’s charging right at you with eight cylinders-a-firing.The destruction derby is nothing new to the Glenn County Fair, but tonight’s derby also gives the ladies a chance to join in the meta