Camp Dogs

23 Mar 19
Metawitches

Before we get started, let me state my bias, straight out. Maria DeLuca (Heather Hemmens) is the best character on this show. No contest. If the writers disappear her again, or mistreat her too badly (that includes retconning her character to ruin her), I may riot, then stop watching. Back to your regularly scheduled recap. […]

23 Mar 19
Living. Dreaming.

Okay to start it off, thank you to Ben’s parents for taking us with them to the most spectacular place ever….the ocean😍. Seriously, if you get the chance to go to the west coast and drive down 101, do it. It was so beautiful, and I saw the freaking ocean(I love the ocean). Day 1 ~ […]

23 Mar 19
TODAY NEWS

LIONEL MESSI has sparked fears he could miss Barcelona’s tie against…

23 Mar 19
Travels and Travails

Jenkinson Lake is a 650-acre reservoir near Pollack Pines and is part of the Sly Park Recreation area.  The lake has a plethora of outdoor activities available to any adventure seeker.  We went there primarily to camp and hike the 8+ mile loop trail around the lake. In addition to many hiking trails, the lake […]

22 Mar 19
luke's blog

So, following that debacle in the previous blog where he throws his whole argument of personal responsibility completely out the window, we continue on with what is turning out to be, honestly, just boring at this point.   Don’t argue if you want to be happy. He starts by saying that tragedies, like family members […]

22 Mar 19
TIME FOR RETIREMENT

  Follow my blog with Bloglovin One of the hardest adjustments to make when retiring is doing things you want to do.  You may not even know what that is, after doing things for others for most of your life.  It’s weird to work so hard and so long for the opportunity to do what […]

22 Mar 19
Pop Went Culture

Kesari U/A (151 min)Cast: Akshay Kumar, Parineeti ChopraDirection: Anurag SinghRating: *** Suparna Sharma At times, stereotypes are born out of fables and legends, and sometimes out of an act so brazen, so insanely brave that a community’s reputation, regard and prestige is forever sealed.Though a blip in the “Great Game” that was being fought between […]

22 Mar 19
Lunar Travelling

When I hit the road, down that highway towards Melbourne and up through Victoria’s high country, the feeling and all the territory was too familiar for freedom to really set in. No time for stopping until we’ve crossed the first border, we continued on the Hume freeway until we stopped for fuel in Gundagai NSW, […]

22 Mar 19
Red Bluff Daily News
The following information is compiled from Red Bluff Police Department, Red Bluff Fire, Tehama County Sheriff’s Department, Corning Police Department, Corning Fire, Cal Fire and California Highway Patrol logs. Animal Roosevelt Avenue: A Los Molinos resident reported a neighbors dog killed her goat. Arrests Jeffrey Alan Bratton: 51, was arrested Thursday in the area of Mary Avenue and South Avenue and charged with receiving known stolen property: More than $400 and vehicle theft. Benjamin Glenn Pierce-Flores: 19, was arrested Thursday in the 17500 block of Rancho Tehama Road and charged with receiving known stolen vehicle or equipment and possession of burglary tools. Crash State Route 99E at Salt Creek Bridge: A Sun Valley man was arrested on suspicion of DUI following a crash about 4 p.m. Thursday in which a 2019 Peterbuilt dump truck hauling debris from the Camp Fire crashed into a bridge, according to a CHP spokesman. Lee Ramirez, 39, was taken to St. Elizabeth Community Hospital for minor injuries before being arrested and booked into Tehama County Jail on the charge of suspicion of DUI: drugs. According to witnesses, Ramirez was weaving into all lanes of traffic and on-coming traffic prior to the collision about 4:05 p.m. Thursday in which he was headed north on 99E when he hit a guard rail on the south side of the bridge, lost a tire and crossed the lane hitting another guard rail on the north side of the bridge. The semi was totaled and about 100 feet of guard rail was damaged.[related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”] Suspicious Chard Avenue: A child reportedly fashioned a pair of scissors into a makeshift weapon and brought them to Gerber Elementary School on Wednesday. Thefts Hall Road, cross of Gyle Road: A Kawasaki Mule was stolen from a locked storage container. Diamond Avenue: RiverMill LLC reported several items including a chainsaw had been stolen. San Mateo Avenue: Someone reported a six-year-old named Harley stole a bicycle from a Gerber residence. Vandalism 99W, cross of Sourgrass Road: A window on a pickup was broken and a wallet stolen while parked in the Corning area. Second Street: Someone reported slashed tires and a broken window on a vehicle.
22 Mar 19
Deadline

Special Counsel Robert Mueller has handed in his report to Attorney General Bill Barr, ending 675 days of probing of Russian meddling in the 2016 election and any participation by members of President Donald Trump’s campaign or transition team. It’s a huge moment for the White House, the investigation having hung over Trump since he […]