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August 21, 2003 | From Staff and Wire Reports
The Shasta Lake City Council said it won't hire a lawyer to fight a proposed asphalt plant and quarry -- at least for now. Dozens of residents complained about the project at a council meeting Tuesday, saying that they want city officials to challenge the environmental impact report of the Goat Ranch Quarry. Council members agreed that the report is flawed but said they would wait to see if Shasta County supervisors approve the plan before they fight it. City Atty.
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May 25, 2005 | John M. Glionna, Times Staff Writer
Andy Coulter's eyes widen as he spies the red pickup. Cruising a wooded back road outside town, he glares into his rear-view mirror and hits the brakes on his old Ford, ready to pull a U-turn. He's convinced he's spotted James Richard Perkins, an eighth-grade dropout and convicted rapist. Perkins has been identified by the state as "high-risk," the most serious category for paroled sex offenders.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 13, 2004 | Gabrielle Banks and Eric Malnic, Times Staff Writers
A wildfire started by a lawnmower burned at least 67 homes on the south shore of Shasta Lake and raged out of control Thursday, charring more than 7,500 acres and forcing the evacuation of more than 400 residents. "It just kind of goes forever and ever and ever," said Ron Smith, an assistant chief with the Bella Vista Fire Department. "There are red spires in the center and in the front a wall of fire, maybe a mile wide."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 13, 2004 | Gabrielle Banks and Eric Malnic, Times Staff Writers
A wildfire started by a lawnmower burned at least 67 homes on the south shore of Shasta Lake and raged out of control Thursday, charring more than 7,500 acres and forcing the evacuation of more than 400 residents. "It just kind of goes forever and ever and ever," said Ron Smith, an assistant chief with the Bella Vista Fire Department. "There are red spires in the center and in the front a wall of fire, maybe a mile wide."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 25, 2005 | John M. Glionna, Times Staff Writer
Andy Coulter's eyes widen as he spies the red pickup. Cruising a wooded back road outside town, he glares into his rear-view mirror and hits the brakes on his old Ford, ready to pull a U-turn. He's convinced he's spotted James Richard Perkins, an eighth-grade dropout and convicted rapist. Perkins has been identified by the state as "high-risk," the most serious category for paroled sex offenders.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 21, 2003 | From Staff and Wire Reports
The Shasta Lake City Council said it won't hire a lawyer to fight a proposed asphalt plant and quarry -- at least for now. Dozens of residents complained about the project at a council meeting Tuesday, saying that they want city officials to challenge the environmental impact report of the Goat Ranch Quarry. Council members agreed that the report is flawed but said they would wait to see if Shasta County supervisors approve the plan before they fight it. City Atty.
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