Mount Shasta, California

Mount Shasta Sisson Museum presents new displays

Mt. Shasta Sisson Museum’s new displays are unlike anything the facility has proposed earlier. From the comprehensive railroad showcase which talks about the effect of iron horse on Mount Shasta, including a train coming via a tunnel as well as a handcar on tracks, to Smithsonian Institute Journey Stories traveling showcase, the museum offers an experience out of balance to a small town installation.

Mount Shasta Thanksgiving Dinner event

Community and food and music came together again at annual Thanksgiving Dinner in City Park Rec Center, in Mount Shasta, last Thursday.

Dawn Fazende, the organizer, told that even though the number of people who came the annual dinner in person is not counted, 1170 half pound portions of turkey along with all trimmings – were served in house this year, and hundred and seventy five meals were handed to homebound people.

Wyoming man steals train following work dispute, reports

A rail worker in Wyoming might face felony charges for dissenting working terms by stealing a train and taking it on a thirteen mile joy ride before he crashed it into another locomotive, reported local media. Twenty two year old Derek Skyler Brux was being held in Campbell County Detention Center in Gillette in Wyoming, after his Thursday capture for ‘hijacking’ a train at North Antelope Rochelle.

Melting glacier sparks massive mudslide in Mount Shasta

The biggest mudslide on Mt. Shasta, Northern California, in 2 decades might be related to the prolonged drought of California, as per experts. The mudslide started on Saturday after a glacier keeping water pockets either melted or shifted, releasing water down south-east side of Mt. Shasta, told Andrea Capps, a spokesperson for the Shasta Trinity National Forest.

Compared to London, Naples is less dangerous, claimed a city councilor

London appears to be more dangerous compared to Naples, claimed a city councilor, days after Rome's mayor flapped down a UK government admonition about petty crime in the city centers in Italy. In a letter to British Ambassador in Italy, Christopher Prentice insists that Naples far from being a dangerous place, it is a popular and safe tourist destination.

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