The Intermountain News is published every Wednesday morning for the communities of Burney, Fall River Mills, McArthur, Round Mountain, Big Bend, Montgomery Creek, Johnson Park, Old Station, Hat Creek, Glenburn, Cassel, Nubieber, Bieber, Lookout, Adin, Dana, Little Valley, Pittville, Cayton Valley, and Pondosa. The newspaper is published by Cright Incorporated, PO Box 1030, Burney, California 96013. Craig Harrington, president and publisher. The entire contents of The Intermountain News are copyrighted. This newspaper is judged a newspaper of general circulation under Court Decree #24204, filed April 27, 1959, and can accept legal advertising. USPS No. 266-560. Second class postage paid at Burney, California 96013. The most recent issue is posted here on Sundays. Click on the cover above to access it. To have the issue emailed as a PDF to you on the day of publication, telephone 530-725-0925. Cost is $2 per month, charged annually.The Intermountain News
The Shasta Lake Bulletin is published every Wednesday morning for the communities of Shasta Lake, Mountain Gate, Lakehead and surrounding areas. The newspaper is published by Cright Incorporated, PO Box 1030, Burney, California 96013, with offices at 4138 Ashby Court, PO Box 8025, Shasta Lake, California 96019. The entire contents of the Shasta Lake Bulletin are copyrighted. The most recent issue is posted here on Sundays. Click on the cover above to access it. To have the issue emailed as a PDF to you on the day of publication, telephone 530-275-1716. Cost is $1.50 per month, charged annually. Both the Bulletin and The News as well as After Five Magazine accept all major credit cards for subscriptions, classified, display and legal advertising.Shasta Lake Bulletin
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Video was taken by Shasta Lake City Manager John Duckett of the 50-acre fire Saturday afternoon, Sept. 10, near the intersection of Hill and Lake boulevards. The fire burned three homes, including the one of Steve and Pam Morgan. Pam is a Shasta Lake City councilwoman and Steve is chairman of the board for the Shasta Lake Fire Protection District.
The fire also did some damage to Shasta Lake City Councilman Larry Farr's house which is across the street from the Morgans' house.