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Sunrise Rotary’s Dinner – Auction – Raffle

Published on January 29th, 2016 by in Red Bluff News

Red Bluff Sunrise Rotary will be serving steak and lobster for you at their new event, Surf & Turf Dinner, Auction , and Raffle on Saturday, February 27, 2016.

Purchase tickets by February 19th for $50. After that date and at the door, $55.00 per ticket. Click the poster for details.


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95th Annual Red Bluff Roundup

Published on January 15th, 2016 by in Red Bluff News

rodeoApril 15 through 17, 2016.

Barrel races and timed events

Round-Up Week 2016 (Dates & Times)

April 15, 2016 Performance 7 pm; Gates open at 5
April 16, 2016 Performance 2:30 pm; Gates open at 12:00
April 17, 2016 Performance 1:30 pm; Gates open at 11:30

(The starting times are exact but the ending times are approximate.)


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“Lost” Work of a Master Craftsman Re-discovered

Published on August 26th, 2015 by in Red Bluff News

A recently re-discovered early 20th century ceramic piece by renowned American artist and potter, Adelaide Alsop Robineau, is generating excitement among museums and private collectors alike.

owl-urn-md.jpg“Covered Jar with Owl Design”  has recently been authenticated as an original, but heretofore unknown,  uncataloged piece by famous ceramist Adelaide Alsop Robineau.

This very rare piece, which has been in the private collection of a family in Shasta County for decades, has been independently appraised and scholarly authenticated as the work of Robineau.

Some history on this vase was put together from extensive research by the present owner. It appears to have been started in 1911 in St. Louis and then glazed and finished at a later date in Syracuse, N.Y.

Adelaide Robineau was famous for her innovative use of unique glazes. When Covered Jar with Owl Design is viewed in full light, subtle silver and gold flaking emerges to the eye.

This rare find is currently being offered for sale to private collectors. More about “Covered Vase with Owl Design” can be found at this website: AdelaideRobineau.com

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Take a Look at Highlands Ranch Resort

Published on July 17th, 2015 by in Red Bluff News

highland.gifHighlands Ranch Resort, at the southwest gateway to Lassen Volcanic National Park, its Cottages & Restaurant is Now OPEN!!!

The beautiful grounds at Highlands Ranch Resort offers a relaxing setting with natural landscape, outdoor fire pits, walking trails, beautiful lavender field, seasonal flowers and breathtaking views of Mt. Lassen and Southern Cascades.

Lassen Volcanic National Park Adventure

Lassen Volcanic National Park is approximately 10 minutes away and offers hiking, ranger-led adventures, snowshoeing, scenic drives, picnicking and more. Outside of Lassen Park experience nearby fly fishing, stream fishing, biking, horseback trail riding, golf, boating, snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, exploring wildlife and more.

restraunt.jpgHighlands Ranch Resort is located at the southern gateway to Lassen Volcanic National Park and approximately 1 hour from Chico, just over an hour from Redding, and 3-4 hours from the Sacramento/Bay area.

The Highlands Ranch Resort and Restaurant offers rustic elegance and excellent service that will make your stay relaxing and memorable. Our 7500 sq. ft. lodge is a gathering place for all of our guests. The spacious restaurant has breathtaking panoramic views of the mountain meadow and the large deck brings you even closer to nature. Comfortably situated between the large fireplace and the stunning hand-crafted walnut top bar is the perfect conversation area for enjoying good conversation and your favorite beverage. Next to the lodge are seven newly built cottages. Rustic chic decor, private entrances, meadow and mountain views, gas fireplaces provides the perfect setting for relaxing with nature.


Do you like stargazing? We have the most incredible night sky up here and it’s the reason for the Lassen Dark Sky Festival August 7-9, 2015! Come up and join us! We are a short 10 minute drive from the park. We have availability in our cottages and our restaurant is open. Reservations can be made at highlandsranchresort.com or call 530-595-3388.




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Mardi-Craw Crawdad Festival April 4th

Published on April 2nd, 2015 by in Red Bluff News

Let the good times roll at the Mardi-Craw Festival at Rolling Hills Casino!

MardicrawEnjoy the Cajun goodness of all-you-can-eat crawdads, great beers, fine wines, toe-tapping live Cajun music and perfect weather! The feast begins at 11am until 8 pm!

More of the menu…How does this sound for a Crawdad Feast?

Fried Crawfish
Cajun Red Bean & Rice with Tasso
Southern Cornbread
Sweet Lime Corn Cobbett’s
Crawfish Potato Salad
And sooo much more!

Come enjoy these amazing Cajun bands!
Get you tickets while they last – Red Bluff Chamber or www.RollingHillsCasino.com

Tickets are $30 each. Must be 21+ to attend

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Cowboy Golf Tournament April 17th

Published on April 2nd, 2015 by in Red Bluff News

golf-500tWin $500 from Red Bluff Dodge or a vehicle for “closest to pin”, compliments of Growney Motors and the Red Bluff Bull and Gelding Sale.

The Chamber Cowboy Golf Tournament will have more prizes than ever! First Prize will be Flat Screen TV’s! April 17th 9:00 AM at Wilcox Golf Club in Red Bluff.

Lots of prizes, fun and have a chance to play with Pro Rodeo Cowboys.

Sign up today in our office or online.

It was very successful and fun-filled last year so don’t miss your opportunity to play in the best tournament of the year!

Registration deadline is April 10th.

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John’s Satellite in Mt. Shasta and Yreka

Published on August 14th, 2013 by in Red Bluff News

John’s Satellite in Mt. Shasta and Yreka, California is an authorized Radio Shack dealer. But wait, there’s more! Besides all the cool things you know you can find in a Radio Shack, John’s Satellite is also a Dish TV, Verizon, and wireless internet dealer. John’s is truly a one-stop electronic shopping experience.


Everyone know that Radio Shack is the place for home electronics, tablets, speakers, iPads, iPhones, HDMI cables, phones, audio accessories, bluetooth devices, video cameras, and all sorts of DIY components and accessories. You don’t have to drive to the big city; everything you need in home electronics is at John’s.


Get connected with the nation’s largest and most reliable 4G LTE network. Verizon Wireless was the first national wireless provider in the United States to build and operate a large-scale 4G LTE network. Other networks use a blend of wireless technologies, but 4G LTE is the gold standard. John’s Satellite’s pledge is to  keep their customers connected with cutting-edge technology and device offerings. With more of the smartphones and connection devices you’re looking for, including Samsung Galaxy, Apple iphone, and Droid.


High-speed internet is available anywhere when you go with DISH and you can get it in a wide variety of packages. Get Blockbuster @Home free for 3 months, HBO, Cinemax. Showtime, starz and over 290 channels in the America’s “Everything” Pak. Order your DISH online!  www.johnssatellite.net/order-now.htm  Enhance the viewing experience with great receiver and DVR choices, including the award-winning Hopper whole home HD DVR system. Call John’s Satellite for more information. (530) 802-0048


John’s is also the place for a number of high speed wireless internet solutions. Subscribers can order online. They are Siskiyou County’s leading provider of wireless high speed internet. They offer  Excede High Speed by DishTV, Hughes.net, Verizon and Digital Path wireless internet service.

John’s Satellite has two locations in northern California. Find what you’re looking for in Mt. Shasta, 152 Morgan Way, (530) 926-1926. In Yreka, John’s Satellite & Radio Shack is in the Wal Mart complex, 1940 Fort Jones Rd., Yreka (530) 842-4000.

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Spotlight on Essex Heating and Air

Published on August 13th, 2013 by in Red Bluff News

After Essex Heating and Air installs an ultimate comfort system there truly is “No Place Like Home”. Whether it is a 110 degree summer day in Redding or a single-digit morning in Burney, the job at Essex is to keep your air-conditioner, furnace, heat pump or any forced air system working efficiently.

essex.JPGIf your house has rooms that the heater never reaches or never cool off in the summe you are ready for the Arzel Zoning System. The quality of the air you breathe is vital to your quality of life. Essex offers a variety of air filtration products and services. From duct cleaning to high efficiency filters, Essex can keep you breathing easily.

Excellence in Customer Care since 1997
Essex Heating and Air Conditioning is a customer focused heating and air-conditioning company that started in 1997. Located in Palo Cedro, CA, they employ highly trained people whose goal is to make their company the best service company in northern California. Their main service area encompasses Redding, Palo Cedro, Shasta Lake, Mt. Shasta, and Red Bluff.
They specialize in designing, engineering, and installing complete comfort systems for owners of existing homes and buildings just like yours. The entire company works hard to make your experience hassle-free and enjoyable. They’re not satisfied with the job until you are and they make it a point to go over the proposed system’s details and limitations so you know exactly what to expect up front.

The cost of heating and cooling your home is going up every year. Isn’t it time to stop paying hundreds of dollars for power and switch to a solar system? We are solar experts and we can help choose the right system for your needs and budget. Whether you need a rooftop system, a starter system, or large commercial grade ground installation, Essex has the right system for you.

From their website: “If at any time during the first year of installation, you are not 100% satisfied with the performance of the equipment, our service, or even our people, we will, within 30 days of your request, remove the system and cheerfully refund the entire amount of the contract.”

Compare that guarantee with the limitations, fine print and exclusions that other companies use to qualify their responsibility today. Others will typically guarantee only the functionality of the equipment–not your satisfaction with the process or that the finished job lives up to your expectations. This is why Essex Heating and Air Conditioning continues growing with more satisfied customers each and every year. Call Essex Heating and Air Conditioning for your service needs and see what you’ve been missing: (530) 244-0993.

Homeowners in Redding and Shasta County trust Essex Heating and Air-conditioning to provide prompt, courteous and efficient service for their furnace, heat pump, solar, and central air-conditioning systems.
(530) 244-0993

Find Essex at 8687 Deschutes Rd. Palo Cedro, CA 96073

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Red Bluff, California: A Great Place to Live

Published on May 1st, 2013 by in Red Bluff News


Red Bluff was the main commercial city in the northern Sacramento Valley in the 1850s and ranks as one of the towns celebrated by the gold rush era. It is ideally located in Tehama County, whose origins are thought to be in an Indian name. Surrounding the land are foothills that become majestic mountains, such as the snow capped Mount Shasta and Mount Lassen. With its natural beauty and abundance of attractions, Red Bluff remains a popular town to relocate to today.
The town is situated 120 miles north of Sacramento and 155 miles south of Oregon. It is the gateway to the Lassen Volcanic National Park, which is a national attraction in the U.S, and Red Bluff also boasts its own calendar of events, many of them outdoors, which make it the perfect place to visit and relocate to. There are numerous quality Inns, bed and breakfast facilities and campgrounds as well as excellent restaurants in Red Bluff. The Red Bluff Daily News keeps locals and visitors up to date with events, news stories and real estate for the area.


Red Bluff’s climate is Mediterranean by nature, featuring long hot summers and cool, wet winters. Temperatures in July average at 35 degrees Celsius (90 degrees Fahrenheit). The temperate climate makes Red Bluff ideal for outdoor life and there are many opportunities to enjoy the sunny days here, with festivals, rodeos and water parks.


The Red Bluff Annual Round Up features a week of outdoor events, including bowling and golf tournaments, pancake breakfasts, antique shows, street dances and chili cook-offs as well as a major rodeo. This is one of the biggest attractions in Red Bluff and draws visitors from all over the U.S. It began in 1918 with cattlemen from Tehama County enjoying a picnic and informal rodeo at Clough Ranch, and the tradition has prevailed ever since and remains a major factor in boosting Red Bluff’s economy each year.

The William B Ide Adobe State Historic Park was named after the pioneer William B Ide who became president of the California Republic in 1846 after fighting in the Bear Flag Revolt. The land overlooks the Sacramento River and is a peaceful place to visit at all times of the year.

The Red Bluff Lake Recreation Area offers swimming, picnicking, hiking and camping facilities to visitors who want to enjoy the great outdoors in this idyllic setting of meadows and shaded areas where birds perch in abundance. There are viewing areas for bird watching and a 2-acre garden of native plants.

The Annual Red Bluff Crawdad Festival takes place in June each year and the town buzzes with anticipation for this much loved event. The festival is a great day out for all the family, with educational activities for the kids, crafts, food and a car show, as well as Cajun and Zydeco bands playing all weekend long. The festival also features the famous Crawdad eating contests. The fun takes place in the Tehama District Fairgrounds

Real Estate
Red Bluff really is ‘a great place to live’, as the sign says. Homes are competitively priced and serviced by various Real Estate companies in and around the town. Choose from glorious ranch style properties in the foothills of the mountains, sitting on 240 acres of private land, to more modest, attractive houses close to the town. There are gated homes that are hidden from the road, giving you ultimate privacy, and homes featuring lovely fireplaces, swimming pools and flood lit trees. Real Estate websites list property taxes and price histories for any particular home as well as public records, giving you all the information you need to make an informed decision before you relocate. You can also find competitive mortgage protection insurance quotes online, giving you comparisons at the touch of a button and giving you the peace of mind you need to invest in a property in this sought after area of the U.S.

Red Bluff: the Perfect Town to Relocate to

With its extensive amenities such as shopping, restaurants, excellent schools, hospitals and an airport within close proximity, Red Bluff has so much to offer. Residents here enjoy outdoor living in the long summer months and the town has many celebrations throughout the year, such as the rodeo, car shows, music festivals and crawdad eating. With beautiful National Parks a stone’s throw away, as well as a backdrop of stunning mountain ranges, relocating to Red Bluff is sure to be the best move you make.

—Submitted by Eve Jenkins


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Locksmith in Red Bluff, CA Offers 24-hr Emergency Service

Ernie’s Mobile Lockworks is a Red Bluff locksmith that offers quality work at reasonable prices.

Being locked out of your house or locked out of your car sucks, but an expert locksmith like Ernie can rescue you at a moment’s notice. Lowest rates apply 6 am to 7 pm everyday, weekends and minor holidays included. And if it’s after hours? Ernie’s Mobile Lockworks offers 24hr emergency response.

This locksmith does lockouts, re-keying, master keying, installs deadbolts, and repairs locks. Lost your keys? Ernie’s Mobile Lockworks replaces lost keys. If you need a Locksmith in Red Bluff, CA – Ernie is your man. He is a master locksmith.

Pay what you can program
At Ernie’s Mobile Lockworks they don’t want to leave anyone stranded. If you are in dire circumstances they will do their best to help you for what you can afford. If you are unemployed, disabled, or otherwise unable to pay even their low rates, they will accept what you can pay. This is for those in Red Bluff who are locked out of the home or vehicle, can’t lock their home, or lost the key to their only transportation. Ernie’s goal is to help those who really need it. People tend to remember that kind of help.

After 14 years of law enforcement and 30 years of locksmithing, Ernie has seen plenty of break-ins. His philosophy is that locks don’t need to keep honest people honest; locks need to keep dishonest people afraid of 1) taking too long to get in, 2) making too much noise, 3) attracting attention, 4) leaving evidence, and 5) getting caught.  Proper locks and deadbolts are what it takes to keep those people “honest.”

Call and ask about specials at Ernie’s Mobile Lockworks. For more information visit www.erniesmobilelockworks.com or call 530-366-6511. For quick contact information, go to mobilelocksmithredbluff.com

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