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CalTrans QuickMap - Check it Out

Check this out! The Caltrans QuickMap web page presents several types of real-time traffic information layered on a Google Map. The information includes traffic speed, lane and road closures due to construction and maintenance activities, incident reports and more. It is also available as a mobile app. Click "Full Article" for more details. ...Full Article

R.A.I.N. Boutique Now Open - Photo Slide Show

The RAIN Boutique is now open each day from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm and features collectibles, antiques, unique gift items, vintage kitchen and western items and even a Man Cave section.  Sales of items benefit the Rescued Animals in Need.  Please click Full Article to see a slide show of the boutique but note items in the photos might already be sold.  ...Full Article

Shingletown Library and Bookstore

Did you know the Shingletown Library has over 11,000 books, a book store, wi-fi, computers, fax, copy machine, audio books, movies on DVDs and an adult literacy program? Please click 'Full Article' for information. ...Full Article

Recycling Search at Earth911.com

Are you wondering where to recycle automotive, batteries, construction, electronics, garden, glass, hazardous, household, metal, paint, paper or plastic waste?  Check out Earth911.com search to find  where to recycle all kinds of things most locally.  Click "Full Article" for details.  ...Full Article

Spay and Neuter Awareness Month 2017

February is National Spay and Neuter Awareness Month. If you haven't  had your cat or dog altered yet, it's a great time to check out programs in and around Shingletown and Shasta County.  Programs and vouchers are also available at some places for feral cats. Please click 'Full Article' for more details. ...Full Article

Ranger-Led Snowshoe Walks at Lassen Park Saturdays and Sundays until April 2, 2017

Learn to snowshoe at Lassen Park and let the snow adventure begin. Lassen Volcanic National Park is now offering ranger-led showshoe walks which are an excellent way to learn or practice snowshoeing techniques and explore Lassen in its winter form.  The showshoe walks begin at the Kohm Yah-man-nee Visitor Center (Hwy 36 Entrance to Park) at 1:30 pm and end at 3:30 pm Saturdays and Sundays through April 2, 2017.  Please click 'Full Article' for more details. ...Full Article

New DMV Laws for 2017

DMV reminds California motorists of the new laws for 2017. New laws include use of Electronic Wireless Devices, Child Safety Seats, Motorcycle Lane Splitting, Vehicle Registration Fees, Vehicle Safety Recalls, and more.  For more details on the new laws, please click "Full Article. ...Full Article

Christmas Tree Permits Available for Lassen National Forest

Lassen National Forest Christmas tree permits will be on sale through December 23, 2016. Each $10 permit allows for the cutting of one tree on National Forest lands. (Limit of two permits per household.)   Click "Full Article" for more details ...Full Article

Lassen Park Winter 2016 Newspaper Now Online

The winter edition of the Lassen Volcanic National Park newspaper is now online and offers information about winter activities, ranger-led snowshoe walks, ski and snowshoe routes, winter travel, and more.  Click "Full Article" for a link to the paper. ...Full Article

Shasta College Spring Registration - College Starts January 17

Spring registration starts November 15, 2016. Classes begin January 17, 2017. Shasta College is now offering more possibilites.  Your future is waiting. Are you ready? Shasta College now offers more classes, more flexibility and more options to build your future.   Apply now! Explore all the possibilities and enroll in three easy steps. 1. Apply. 2. Call a counselor. 3. Register for classes.To find out more, please click "Full Article". ...Full Article

Shingletown, Lassen Park and North State Webcams and Caltrans Road Conditions

What is the weather like in Shingletown or at Manzanita Lake in Lassen Park?   What is the traffic like on Interstate 5? Check out the Shingletown, Lassen Park and North State webcams. Click on 'Full Article' for more details and links to regional web cams, weather and road information. ...Full Article

Lassen Park Alerts and Conditions

To view current alerts and conditions in Lassen Volcanic National Park, please click the link "Full Article" link below for more information including road closures, highway information and snow depth. ...Full Article

Wild Horse Sanctuary 2017 Calendar

The Wild Horse Sanctuary 2017 Calendar makes a great holiday gift and benefits the Wild Horse Sanctuary. This calendar features stunning photographs of horses by Katey Barrett. The calendar is available for $12 and includes holidays and moon cycles.  For more details, please click "Full Article" ...Full Article

Back to School. Please Drive with Caution

Black Butte School and Foothill High School welcomed back students on August 15, 2016. Please remember to drive with caution as many children and teenagers will be waiting at bus stops and with the excitement of the new school year sometimes forget to pay attention to traffic. Also, please take caution driving on Highway 44 as there are bus stops along the highway. Remember to stop for the red flashing lights in both directions. ...Full Article

Current Wildfire, Air Quality and Road Info

Are you wondering where the current wildfires are? For current wildfire information, please visit the Cal Fire Current Incidents webpage which also includes a California Statewide Fire Map.  Please click 'Full Article' for a link to the Cal Fire website and links to the California Department of Transportation to check current highway conditions, Airnow for air quality maps and links for wildfire preparedness ...Full Article

Shingletown Historical Society Museum

The Shingletown Historical Society Museum located in downtown Shingletown is open from late spring to early fall or by appointment.  For more details, please click "Full Article". ...Full Article

Hiking Manzanita Lake Trail

This easy trail in Lassen Volcanic National Park winds gently around Manzanita Lake and is an ideal choice for families or others unable to hike on difficult terrain. This trail is shaded by looming Jeffrey pines and bordered by lush willows. Click "Full Article" for more detals.
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Shasta County Information and Board of Supervisors Agendas, Minutes and Videos

Are you  wondering what is on the Shasta County Board of Supervisors agenda or where to find out more information about Shasta County and its various departments including minutes and video of Board of Supervisor Meetings, telephone, fax and website information? Please click "Full Article" for more details.
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ADVERTISEMENT. Lot for Sale in Shasta Forest Village

Build your dream home or vacation getaway on this lot in Shasta Forest Village that backs up to Miller Ranch.  Approximately 1/2 acre on a paved street with water, electric and telephone connections at the street. Click "Full Article" for more details.
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Loomis Musuem in Lassen Volcanic National Park

The historic Loomis Museum is located at the northwest entrance of Lassen Volcanic Nationial Park off State Highway 44. This accessible facility offers exhibits, an auditorium and educational bookstore. Please click "Full Article" for details and operating season. ...Full Article

Watercraft Rentals at Manzanita Lake Camper Store

Kayak, canoe, stand-up paddle board, and cataraft rentals are available at the Manzanita Lake Camper Store in Lassen Volcanic National Park. Enjoy Manzanita Lake from the water!  In addition, tours are offered on nights surrounding the full moons.  Please click "Full Article" for more details on watercraft rental and the Camper Store. ...Full Article

Trail Rides at the Wild Horse Sanctuary in Shingletown 2017

To raise money to support the horses, the Wild Horse Sanctuary in Shingletown offers 2 and 3-day weekend pack trips to the public in 2017. Each day ride the trails created by the wild horses and burros. Click "Full Article" for more details. ...Full Article

Kids and Youth Programs at Lassen Park

Young explorers are welcome to participate in the Lassen Volcanic National Park Chipmunk Club. Kids can learn more about wildlife in the park and earn a Chipmunk Club sticker.  Kids between the ages of 7 and 12 are invited to participate in the Junior Park Ranger program. For more details, please click "Full Article". ...Full Article

Celebrate Senior Time with a Lifetime National Park Service Senior Pass for Ten Dollars!

Seniors! Did you know if you are 62 or older you can get a lifetime Senior Pass from the National Park Service for only $10.00 in person?  Discover our National Parks!  For more details, please click "Full Article". ...Full Article

Regional Recycling Backyard Composting Guide

What is composting?  Composting is a natural process by which organic materials decompose. To find out more about backyard composting, check out the Regional Recycling Backyard Composting Guide. Click "Full Article" for the details.
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It's Time to Become Wildfire Prepared

It's never to early to be wildfire prepared.  Get ready. Get set. And explore the Go Evacuation Guide. Find out more information about how you can make your home more fire safe. Please click "Full Article"  for more details. ...Full Article

National Spay & Neuter Awareness Month 2016

February is National Spay and Neuter Awareness Month. If you haven't  had your cat or dog altered yet, it's a great time to check out programs in and around Shingletown and Shasta County.  Programs and vouchers are also available at some places for feral cats. Please click 'Full Article' for more details.
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High Elevation Gardening. What Grows Here.

Spring is a great time to plan your landscaping. Learn about high elevation gardening  This fun and informative 206 page book by Carol L. Young focuses on Northern California mountain gardening between 2,000 and 7,000 feet elevation featuring charts, diagrams, maps and poems. The book includes sections on microclimates,  encouraging children to garden, drought- tolerent and  deer-resistant plants. To find out more, click "Full Article" ...Full Article

The Kids are Back in School. Please Drive with Caution.

Black Butte School and Foothill High School welcomed back students on August 17, 2015. Please remember to drive with caution as many children and teenagers will be waiting at bus stops and with the excitement of the new school year sometimes forget to pay attention to traffic. Also, please take caution driving on Highway 44 as there are bus stops along the highway. Remember to stop for the red flashing lights in both directions. ...Full Article

Local Writer Earns Top Honors Two Years in a Row

Award-winning writer Steven T. Callan recently earned the “Best Outdoor Magazine Column” award for the second year in a row from the Outdoor Writers Association of California. Find out more about Steve by clicking "Full Article". ...Full Article

Veterans. Are You Looking for a Place to Call Home? Check out Cal Vet.

Veterans looking for a place to call home are encouraged to check out Cal Vet Veterans Home of California in Redding.  They offer affordable housing at all levels of care. Click "Full Article" for more details. ...Full Article

Lassen Park Chipmunk Club and Junior Park Ranger Program

Young explorers are welcome to participate in the Lassen Volcanic National Park Chipmunk Club. Kids can learn more about wildlife in the park and earn a Chipmunk Club sticker.  Kids between the ages of 7 and 12 are invited to participate in the Junior Park Ranger program. For more details, please click "Full Article".
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Are You Wondering What and Where to Recycle? Check out Earth911.com

Are you wondering where to recycle automotive, batteries, construction, electronics, garden, glass, hazardous, household, metal, paint, paper or plastic waste?  Check out Earth911.com search to find  where to recycle all kinds of things most locally.  Click "Full Article" for more details.
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Watercolor Classes with Howard "Luke" Lucas

Legendary Viola artist Howard "Luke" Lucas of the Mt. Lassen Art Center will present a series of watercolor classes at North Valley Art League Carter House Gallery in Redding from March 3 to May 5, 2015. If you love to paint watercolors, these classes are highly recommended.  Artists may sign up for one or all. Image: Foggy Morning Mouth of Big River - 5x7 watercolor - by Howard Luke Lucas. Click "Full Article" for more info.
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Pineneedlers of Shingletown

Do you love to quilt  or use a needle? Check out the Pineneedlers of Shingletown. If your hobby requires a needle of any kind, you are welcome to join their weekly meeting at Black Butte School.  Please click "Full Article" for more details and to find out how you could apply to have your quilt in the quilt show.
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Road Trip! Rim Rock Ranch Resort and Charming Country Store in Old Station

Are you looking  for a place to buy snacks while exploring the Lassen National Forest? Rim Rock Ranch Resort Store in Old Station 14 miles north of Lassen Volcanic National Park on Hwy 44/89 makes a great place to stop. Please click 'Full Article' to read more and see the slide show.
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Looking for Something Wild to do? Check Out The Wild Horse Sanctuary!

Looking for something wild to do? Look no further than the Wild Horse Sanctuary in Shingletown. The Sanctuary is open to the public free of charge for wild horse and burro viewing on Wednesdays and Saturdays from 10am to 4pm.  Please click 'Full Article' to read more and view the slide show.
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Blast from the Past 2014. Early Spring Blossoms in the Inwood Area of Shingletown.

Spring showers bring flowers. Beginning in March with the forsythia and daffodils, the mountains come colorfully alive in 2014 with fruit trees, dogwood, irises, California poppies, redbud, wildflowers and bushes in blossom. Please click "Full Article" to watch the slide show.

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Big Foot Recycling Center in Shingletown

Did you know that you can get money for your CRV beverage containers right here in Shingletown?  Big Foot Recycling Center is located behind the Shingletown Store and  is open Tuesday through Saturday from 10:00 am to 4:30 pm (closed for lunch from 12:30 pm to 1:00 pm).
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Looking for Books to Buy? Check out the Library

Are you on vacation and looking for books to buy on your way to Lassen Park? Check out the Book Shed at the Shingletown Library with books on sale starting at $0.25 and some hardback books for only $1.00.
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