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Measure H could bring $139 million to Shasta College

by Boone Ashworth Toward the end of a lengthy list of candidates and propositions on the November ballot is a measure that could be vital for the future of Shasta College. Measure H would provide a bond of $139 million to be used on improvements across the main campus and the extended Tehama and Trinity campuses. The money will go toward renovating existing facilities, as well as expanding infrastructure to ...

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Shasta College photo exhibit questions the American dream

 by Boone Ashworth [caption id="attachment_2220" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Photographer and artist Doug Rickard[/caption] Not everyone gets to live the American dream. That was the message behind the latest exhibit at the Shasta College art gallery. The collection, a selection of pictures from Northern California photographer Doug Rickard’s A New American Picture series, featured images taken from Go ...

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Juan Felipe Herrera Brings Poetry and Inspiration to Shasta College

[caption id="attachment_2203" align="alignnone" width="480"] Juan Felipe Herrera, signing autographs after his presentation.[/caption] BY BOONE ASHWORTH Juan Felipe Herrera, US Poet Laureate and activist, took to the stage of the Shasta College Theatre Wednesday evening to share a varied selection of his poems and stories. An energetic speaker, Herrera engaged the audience with a lively blend of humor, pers ...

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Guys & Dolls: Luck Be a Lady Tonight

Guys & Dolls By Shannon Koga             Summer reached a new kind of wonderful with the weekend showings of “Guys & Dolls,” a whimsical musical about love, sacrifice, and the hardships of gambling.  Directed by Ken Hill—Shasta College professor and experienced actor, director, and producer—and also brought to life thanks to the hard work of volunteer actors, students, and the lovely theatre staff, ...

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Scott Yates: Teacher Feature

written by David Bradley Two roads diverged in a wood, and I- I took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the difference – Robert Frost   People, like electricity, seek the path of least resistance. An established trail offers the comfort in the knowledge that many a weary traveler has passed this way enroute to whatever adventure destiny has in store for them. While it's far easier to follo ...

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Charlie Price Reading and others at Shasta College October 22nd

Local Author Charlie Price Helps Launch Shasta College Literary Magazine   REDDING -  Local author Charlie Price will help launch Shasta College’s new Literary Magazine by reading from his new book on October 22 in Room 806 on the Shasta College Main Campus from 5:30-7:00 PM. The event marks the release of his novel Dead Investigation. In addition, Price’s writing group will also read and give writing ...

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Meeting Mr. Richard Johnson

WRITTEN BY MARISSA ANDERSON On a bright sunny day, here at Shasta, I sat down to talk with a very interesting man--- Richard Johnson. Who is this Richard Johnson, you might be wondering? Well, he is a Financial and Management Consultant/Investor and Education Activist. Both he and his wife, Sandra Johnson, are former Shasta College instructors who taught in the Business Department. Presently, the Johnsons a ...

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