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March 21, 1997 | PAUL McLEOD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Redding Shasta High has to hope tonight's state Division II boys' basketball championship game is as big a deal as just getting to the Pond was. By the time the Wolves (22-7) play defending champion Compton Dominguez (28-5) at 8 p.m., they will have crisscrossed the state in search of victories, logging thousands of miles in the process. "We're used to going to other schools and playing," Coach Chuck Crawford said.
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March 21, 1997 | PAUL McLEOD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The boys' basketball team from Shasta High in Redding has to hope that tonight's game against Compton Dominguez for the State Division II championship is as big a deal as was getting to the Pond of Anaheim. By the time the Wolves tip off against the defending champion Dons at 8 p.m., they will have completed the two-week tournament by logging more miles than any other finalist. Redding, which competes in the sparsely populated Northern Section, is about 100 miles south of the Oregon border.
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SPORTS
March 21, 1997 | PAUL McLEOD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The boys' basketball team from Shasta High in Redding has to hope that tonight's game against Compton Dominguez for the State Division II championship is as big a deal as was getting to the Pond of Anaheim. By the time the Wolves tip off against the defending champion Dons at 8 p.m., they will have completed the two-week tournament by logging more miles than any other finalist. Redding, which competes in the sparsely populated Northern Section, is about 100 miles south of the Oregon border.
SPORTS
March 21, 1997 | PAUL McLEOD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Redding Shasta High has to hope tonight's state Division II boys' basketball championship game is as big a deal as just getting to the Pond was. By the time the Wolves (22-7) play defending champion Compton Dominguez (28-5) at 8 p.m., they will have crisscrossed the state in search of victories, logging thousands of miles in the process. "We're used to going to other schools and playing," Coach Chuck Crawford said.
NEWS
July 1, 1994 | Associated Press
A group of students at Shasta High School in Redding has formed a free-thinkers club for "students who think before they believe." Student Derek Trunk said he organized the club to counter a Christian Club on campus that he said was "making the students who don't believe in God feel that they're doing something wrong." The group was originally called the Shasta Atheists Club but changed the name to more accurately reflect members' views.
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December 12, 2008 | Victoria Kim
A Northern California school district violated students' constitutional rights to privacy by requiring random drug testing for anyone who participated in competitive school activities, the American Civil Liberties Union alleged in a suit filed against the district. A policy adopted earlier this year by the Shasta Union High School District is overly broad because it allows for testing students for drugs when there is no reason to suspect them, attorneys wrote in the suit. District Supt.
NEWS
November 29, 2000 | MARTHA GROVES, TIMES EDUCATION WRITER
Philip Morris Cos. has fired up tobacco critics by mailing 13 million free illustrated book jackets to schools nationwide. Although the covers ostensibly have an anti-smoking message--"Think. Don't Smoke"--school officials from California to Rhode Island say the tobacco giant is using them as a way to plant the message that smoking is cool.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 15, 1991 | JIM HERRON ZAMORA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Advocates for cows, dogs, students, artists and the homeless are trying--so far in vain--to get their hands on some of the 1,760 umbrellas along Interstate 5 in the Tejon Pass. All say that the 20-foot-tall umbrellas erected as part of an international art project by environmental artist Christo are just what they need as protection from the sun or rain.
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July 6, 1987 | MAYERENE BARKER, Times Staff Writer
Carrying their belongings in suitcases, laundry baskets and cardboard boxes, they started moving into their dorm rooms at California Institute of the Arts in Valencia about 10:30 a.m. Sunday. By 4:30 p.m., more than 400 of the state's most talented high school artists--with the help of their parents--were settled in and ready for their orientation into the first California State Summer School for the Arts.
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May 7, 2009 | Victoria Kim
One student plays the trumpet and French horn competitively. Another competes with her flute ensemble. A third has been raising his prized market hog for a livestock show. Under a policy adopted by a school district in Redding, Calif., about 200 miles north of San Francisco, those students are subject to random drug tests, like any others participating in competitive activities.
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October 15, 1991 | JIM HERRON ZAMORA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Advocates for cows, dogs, students, artists and the homeless are eyeing the 1,760 umbrellas along Interstate 5 in the Tejon Pass--to no avail. All say the 20-foot-tall umbrellas erected as part of an international art project by environmental artist Christo are just what is needed as protection from the sun or rain. But Christo decided years ago to destroy the umbrellas for artistic reasons and recycle the material--and, if he changes his mind, he would be liable for $350,000 in U.S.
BUSINESS
November 6, 2002 | Ronald D. White and Don Lee, Times Staff Writers
REDDING -- Ever since the Gold Rush era, this town has been accustomed to economic cycles of boom and bust. When the last big moneymaker, the timber industry, faded away, the only constant seemed to be its prime location -- at the center of the so-called Golden Circle, which attracted hikers, fly fishermen and other outdoor enthusiasts to Mt. Shasta, Lassen Peak's active volcanic area and other pristine wilderness nearby.
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