As historic building is razed, Conehe...

As historic building is razed, Conehenge could be dismantled

A defining moment in the history of Red Bluff is about to occur: The demolition of the building on the northwest corner of Main and Walnut. Whereas the Queen of England recently came to our shores to observe the 400th anniversary of the founding of Jamestown, if she planned a stop-over in Red Bluff, she would have found only a small town 160 or so years old and not really worth a royal sniff.

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