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The Corning Senior Center will be having an old fashioned ice cream social 4-6 p.m. Monday, July 27. Rob Williams will be there to entertain with his amazing talent at 5 p.m. Root beer floats will be served for $3 each. This is a fundraiser for the needs of the Senior Center. Comment?
The Willard Company store, groceries and general merchandise, that closed after 55 years, as mentioned in the June 6, 1915 newspaper was no relation to our branch of the Willard family. My mother and father were interested in genealogy and Harry Willard was not related to Charles Willard and his descendants. Comment?
RED BLUFF >> A first year coach at University of California, Davis took home the top prize Monday at the Les Schwab & Haleakala Ranch Red Bluff Pro-Am golf tournament at Wilcox Oaks Golf Club. Tom Johnson, whose home course is Arbuckle Golf Club, said his short game was the key to the win - hitting just 16 greens over two days, but getting up and down well. Comment?
There was a lot of excitement March 24 as more than 200 people attended an evening at Rodgers Theatre. As they entered people were invited to sign a copy of the floor plan that was drawn of the theater. Comment?
Corning >> The Rolling Hills Casino Community Development Foundation committee announced recipients of more than $32,000 in grants for the first quarter of 2015. Major grant recipients include the Tehama County Arts Council for $12,000, Tehama County Education Foundation for $6,000, Jackson Heights Elementary School for $3,000, Richfield School District, Shady Creek Outdoor Program for $2,500, Soroptimist International Bidwell Rancho for $2,500, Mercy High School for $2,000, Give Kids a Smile Day for $2,500 and Boulder Creek School's Vigilente Kindness program for $1,250. Comment?
Both the Corning Cardinals boys and girls soccer teams host Yreka today at 3:15 p.m. At the same time Mercy is scheduled to host Williams and Los Molinos will be at Colusa. Comment?
Have you noticed as you cross Salt Creek Overflow on 99-E, and look to the north, that someone has cut the young trees, the brush and removed them from the creek bed? The logs, branches and debris are also gone on the north. Hopefully more creeks in Tehama County will be cleared of debris and growing plants that are barriers to the flow of water. Comment?
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