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The Intermountain News

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
PO Box 1030
Burney, CA 96013
530-725-0925
530-303-1528 Facsimile
email: news@burneyfalls.co

Shasta Lake Bulletin

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
PO Box 8025
4138 Ashby Court
Shasta Lake, CA 96019
530-275-1716
530-645-1776 Facsimile
email: slb@shasta.com

After Five

After Five is published monthly for the communities in northern California. Founded October 28, 1986. Advertising policies: The subject matter, form, size, wording, illustrations and typography are subject to the approval of After Five. Because a product is advertised in After Five does not necessarily mean we endorse its use. Display advertising rates and more detailed explanation of our ad policies are available on request. The entire contents of After Five are copyrighted. Editorial portions of the magazine may be reprinted by non-profit organizations. All other reproductions require the express written consent of the publisher. After Five welcomes editorial contributions, suggestions and story ideas from its readers. After Five is not responsible for unsolicited manuscripts. Manuscripts or materials unaccompained by a stamped, self-addressed envelope will not be returned. Space is offered for short announcements and calendar events on a regular basis. Contact us by email for more advertising information. The most recent issue is posted here as it becomes available. Click on the cover above to access it.

After Five
The North State Magazine
PO Box 492905
Redding, CA 96049
530-275-1716
530-645-1776 Facsimile
email: editorial@after5online.com
email: calendar@after5online.com

Fiona Ma is chairwoman serving her first term as a member of the State Board of Equalization, representing 23 counties and 9 million Californians of the Second District. Ma was previously elected to represent the 12th Assembly District from December 2006 to November 2012 and served as the first Asian-American woman Assembly Speaker pro Tempore in California history. She spoke Feb. 15, 2017, to representatives of the California Newspaper Publishers Association at the Sacramento Convention Center during the 20th annual Governmental Affairs Day.

On Jan. 24, Xavier Becerra was sworn in as the 33rd attorney general of the State of California. He is the first Latino to hold the office in the history of the state. As the state's chief law enforcement officer, Becerra has decades of experience serving the people of California through appointed and elected office, where he has fought for working families, the vitality of the Social Security and Medicare programs and issues to combat poverty among the working poor. Becerra previously served 12 terms in Congress as a member of the U.S. House of Representatives. Prior to serving in Congress, Becerra served one term in the California Legislature as the representative of the 59th Assembly district in Los Angeles County. He is a former deputy attorney general with the California Department of Justice. Born in Sacramento, he is a graduate of Stanford University, receiving his J.D. from Stanford Law School. He worked as a lawyer at the Legal Assistance Corporation of Central Massachusetts before returning to California in 1986 to work as an administrative assistant for State Sen. Art Torres. He spoke Feb. 15, 2017, to representatives of the California Newspaper Publishers Association at the Sacramento Convention Center during the 20th annual Governmental Affairs Day.

Burney Fire Chief Monte Keady filmed flooding from Burney Creek along Modoc Street on Feb. 9, 2017.

70,000 cfs from afar and up close...Sunday, Feb. 12, 2017. Camera Operator and Editor: Ron Harrington. Aerial footage: California Highway Patrol. Special Thanks: Sheri Harral, Bureau of Reclamation. Copyright 2017 - Shasta Lake Bulletin.

High water in the Intermountain area on Friday, Feb. 10, 2017. Included are views of Burney Falls, the Lake Britton Dam spillway, and the Pit River overflowing its banks in McArthur and Bieber.

CLICK HERE for fact sheet on Antlers Bridge Demolition

CLICK HERE for the news release from the Shasta County sheriff's department

Lt. Try Clegg of the Shasta County sheriff's office explains what happened Dec. 21 when a man walked into the Rocky Ledge Shell mini mart in Johnson Park, splashed a flammable liquid on employee David Wicks and set him on fire. Wicks was flown to a Redding hospital, but died from second and third degree burns over 80 percent of his body.