Mount Shasta, California

FILM FEST ON MT SHASTA

The Eleventh Annual Shasta Mountain Film Festival was held at the College of the Siskiyou’s Ford Theater in Weed. Award winning films from the Wild and Scenic Film Festival were shown, hosted by Mount Shasta Bioregional Ecology Center. The Film Festival is sponsored by Way to Go Media.

Films like “The Wolf and the Medallion,” “Second Nature: The Biomimicry Evolution,”?were shown.
Four films shown, dealt with issues concerning our World and how we should try to save our planet. These four films won The Earth Island Institute’s Brower Youth Award in the year 2011.

Be Careful: 5 People Rescued

Five people were rescued over the weekend when surprise stormy weather descended on Mt. Shasta and its surrounding areas, catching climbers and recreationists unaware.

On the afternoon of Saturday, June 11, weather turned from sunny to stormy and visibility was reduced to zero on the upper slopes of Mt. Shasta, according to Jamie Lynch, spokesperson for the Sheriff’s Department.

MT Shasta Stands Tall

Refreshing news from Mount Shasta I read an article in the online magazine Yes! about the laudable steps the Siskiyou County town of Mount Shasta is taking to keep big corporations and other behemoths, such as Nestlé, Coca-Cola and PG&E, from sucking its lifeblood and trampling its environment via such practices as large-scale water extraction and regional cloud-seeding using the toxic chemical silver iodide.

Rezoning Work Starts

The proposed rezoning of approximately 771 acres on the slopes of Mt. Shasta has garnered the attention of some Siskiyou County residents. However, planning officials say it’s early in the process to become overly anxious.

The land, which is owned by the Roseburg Resources Company, is currently a Timberland Production Zone. The proposed rezoning to Rural Residential Agricultural would allow for the land to be subdivided into parcels with a 40 acre minimum, according to county documents.

Policing Mount Shasta

Ah, the life of a small-town cop. In 1998 when he first started working for the Mount Shasta Police Department, Parish Cross' first arrest was on a charge of domestic violence involving an old high school buddy.

For a small-town police officer it's like that much of the time, close and personal: Crime victims can be his neighbors. The guy he tickets on Wednesday may be coaching Little League with him that weekend.

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