Mount Shasta, California

Japan introduces multiple-entry short-stay visa for Indians

From today, the Government of Japan would issue multiple entry visas for short term entry to Indians (for ordinary passport holders). This decisiveness was taken following Prime Minister of Japan Shinzo Abe’s announcement, when he paid visit to India earlier this January, that the nation would bring in multiple entry visas based on the acknowledgment that the sweetening of people-to-people alterations is important in order to extend relations between Indian and Japan.

Denver to have a new international air destination Panama City

United Airlines is all set to operate nonstop flights between Panama City and Denver International Airport, said officials on Wednesday. Top leaders in Denver had their eyes set on this Central American city for a nonstop flight, for a very long time, seeing it as a gateway to beautiful places throughout Latin America.

Denver to have a new international air destination Panama City

United Airlines is all set to operate nonstop flights between Panama City and Denver International Airport, said officials on Wednesday. Top leaders in Denver had their eyes set on this Central American city for a nonstop flight, for a very long time, seeing it as a gateway to beautiful places throughout Latin America.

Lake Siskiyou in Mount Shasta almost full again

Since running out to its lowest point in almost twenty years previous month, Lake Siskiyou is again almost full. Still, without continuing rain, the water level of the lake could get low once again, stated Randy Akana, the Siskiyou County General Services Manager.

Citing the recent rainfall and the lake’s sudden filling, last week, Akana said that the water is almost to the spillway. It is amazing. Since there is barely any show on the ground, the rain saturated the earth quickly and mush of the rain went to the affluents of Lake Siskiyou.

Mount Shasta gets soccer riches

Shasta Cascade League distinguished many from 2013 Bears' league as well as the section championship team. Properly decorated as a team after they won the league and section championships in last years soccer season; the Mount Shasta High School brought home several honors from 18th November all SCL meeting.

Senior midfielder/sweeper Wesley Navarre was selected as the Most Valuable Player of the Shasta Cascade League, senior midfielder/ sweeper Colin Paisley is Defensive MVP as well as Bradley Robinson is Coach of the Year.

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