ConnectGen commits nearly $2M to “robust” Community Benefit Program, showing long-term support for Shasta residents

SHASTA COUNTY, Calif. — ConnectGen, LLC (ConnectGen), a renewable energy company focused on developing best-in-class wind, solar, and energy storage projects that will increase America’s supply of low-cost, domestically produced clean energy, is developing the Fountain Wind Project in northeastern Shasta County, near the existing Hatchet Ridge wind farm. Once in operation, the Fountain Wind Project will feature 72 wind […]

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Bohemian Arts to bring [title of show] to the Merc in Temecula

TEMECULA, Calif. — Bohemian Arts Presents’ inaugural live musical theatre production debuts with three performances of [title of show] at The Merc on Friday & Saturday, July 23 & 24, 2021 @ 7:00 PM and Sunday, July 25, 2021@ 2:00 PM. All Tickets are $20 and are available at BohemianArts.org. Purchase Tickets online early as there is limited seating and […]

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Guest Writer Spotlight: Author Stan Popovich on the importance of getting help for your fears and anxieties

Guest Writer Spotlight: Stan Popovich Getting professional help for dealing with your persistent fears and anxieties is the single most important step in your recovery. Many people are reluctant to get the assistance they need for various reasons. Making excuses for not getting treatment for your fear related issues will not help the situation. With this in mind, here are […]

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“Spotlight on Photography” exhibit, “Focus on Photography” contest, featured at Banning Art Gallery

BANNING, Calif. — The Banning Art Gallery is proudly presenting their newest exhibit, “Spotlight on Photography,” featuring the works of So Cal photographers: Michele Morton, Greg Vojtko and Steve Rich. The exhibit is being featured from now until July 29th. Along with the show the gallery is hosting a photo competition, “Focus on Photography”, with entries being accepted June 18th through […]

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Religion Today: Feeling Unloved

Guest Writer Spotlight: Richard Lewis  In the Dilbert cartoon there is a character named Dogbert who is the evil human resources director for the company where Dilbert works. For those of you that are unfamiliar with Dogbert, here is a quote that pretty much summarizes how he feels about people – specifically his employees. As he put it, “I’m tired […]

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Get Ready for the Unexpected With a Disaster Go Bag, an Essential Tool for Emergency Preparedness

From Religion Today: Submitted by Jehovah’s Witnesses – Public Information Desk Don’t think you need an emergency kit? Think again, say families who needed one. Jolted awake at 3 a.m. by a neighbor’s urgent knocking, Aaron and Jacqueline Pate were greeted by a horrifying sight — flames encroached on their neighborhood amid thick smoke and ash from the wildfire that […]

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