We're back with another edition of Mix Pet of the Week, showcasing a couple more furry friends from the Butte Humane Society who are looking for their foreve homes. This week, you'll meet Emmy and Nala!
Meow! My name is Emmy. I am a very sweet 3 year medium sized old brown and orange tabby. I am not very outgoing yet but I do love to be pet and held at times. I would make a great family pet for someone who will give me a little time to settle into a new place and allow me to explore at my own pace. I came to BHS with many of my friends: Did you know all cats are two for the price of one? I might be able to go home with another kitty, but I don't know how I am with dogs yet. If I seem like the gal for you, come down to the Cat Adoptions Center today!
Hi I'm Nala! I'm a seven year old American Pit Bull Terrier mix that came to the shelter as a surrender. I really love people and am an easy going dog that would be good for a first time dog owner. I have lived with children as young as six years old and have always had positive and polite experiences with them! I would be a great dog for a family and I am not sure if I can have doggie friends, but am willing to try! I do not do well with cats, but I am a mellow dog who would be good living in a house or an apartment. If you think you'd like to adopt me please call the Dog Adoptions Center at 530-343-7917 x 201
You can visit Emma and Nala at the Butte Humane Society. The Cat Adoption Center is at 587 Country Drive and the Dog Adoption Center is at 2579 Fair Street. Both facilities are open seven days a week from noon until 6pm. For more details you can also visit their website at ButteHumane.Org
And the snow just keeps coming! Overnight, signifcant snow fell across the Tahoe region. How much for today and the weekend? Find out with Jonny, Mark and the Toyota Tahoe Report!
There's lots of fresh powder, a warm fire, and good times so check those road conditions and head on up!
The next two or three days are going to be huge on the mountain as Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows are in the midst of another big winter storm. Jonny and Mark will get you up to date on the conditions on the mountain today. The snow is perfect and the crowds are just right for Valentines Day.
Just click through to catch the latest edition of the Toyota Tahoe Report and we'll see you on the mountain.
Happy Valentines Day and congratulations to Sirena of Chico. Winner of the "Write Your Own Love Story" prize package this Valentines Day.
She won the overnight stay for two at the Hotel Diamond, dinner for two at the Diamond Steakhouse, a box a delicious goodies from the Cookie Shoppe on Mangrove, and her own personalized romance novel from YourNovel.Com Congratulation again to Sirena. We hope you and your sweetheart have a wonderful Valentines Day.
Thanks to everyone for all their entries. Stay close the next big thing is coming soon and you won't want to it!
Right Now there's a lull in the weather, but we're expecting another round of storms starting Tuesday through possibly Thursday. That means wet, slick roads in the valley, accidents and traffic delays. If you're in the foothills or mountains, ice and snow will no doubt impact your travels. The best way to keep up with the most up to date road information and conditions is the Caltrans App called QuickMap.
With the QuickMap app you will have access to real time traffic information including traffic congestion and CHP incidents, road closures, chain control information, changeable message signs, and the most current traffic speeds on freeways and most state maintained roadways. You can also see where Caltrans drivers are operating plows and where Caltrans maintained rest areas are along your travel route. Before, you had to visit two or three websites and call a couple different numbers to get all this information. Now you can get all this valuable time and (depending on conditions) potentially lifesaving information all in one convenient place. Your smartphone with the QuickMap app.
To get Quick Map on your smartphone or tablet, simply use your phone to log on to the Apple App Store or Google Play download and install on your phone today before the next storm hits. If you are using your desktop or laptop you can also access QuickMap here.
COLUSA, Calif – (Jan. 30, 2019) – Colusa Casino Resort presented a check to the American Red Cross California Wildfires Relief and the California Fire Foundation totaling over $16,000 to help victims of the historic wildfires that damaged much of Northern California in 2018.
Victor Fernandez, General Manager of Colusa Casino Resort along with its owners, the Cachil Dehe Band of Wintun Indians described the fires as devastating and wanted to take action right away to help those in need. Colusa Casino Resort and Presenting Sponsor Recology, partnered in late 2018 to put together a benefit concert where 100% of ticket sales would be donated.
Amanda Ree, Executive Director of the American Red Cross proclaimed, “Colusa Casino is always a steadfast supporter of our local communities. This support for our wildfire fund came at a critical time between two large local disasters, the Carr Fire and the Camp Fire. And, it has done much to bring our mission to the communities impacted by these devastating fires - allowing us to provide safe beds and warm food as well as provide the direct financial assistance that can help families with immediate needs.”
“The concert at Colusa Casino offered a measure of comfort and renewal for those facing a difficult time,” said Brian Rice, Chair of the California Fire Foundation. “The money from this event will help rebuild homes and lives shattered by catastrophic wildfires.”
It's going to be a partly sunny day on the mountain today. A little breezy at times too. There will be a lot of activity this weekend though as a series of storms begin to move into the area on Friday. Jonny and Mark have the details in today's Toyota Tahoe Report!
With 53 inches on the ground from the first big storm of the year, we're gonna get a bit of a break today. We'll see a few scattered snow showers mixed in with some sunshine and some great skiing on the mountain. Conditions for the weekend look to be even better. Jonny and Mark have all the details in today's Toyota/Tahoe Report!
It's season debut for the Toyota Tahoe Report for 2019. Jonny Mosley and Mark Chase will keep you up to date all season with everything you need to know. The first "big storm" of the season is hitting the Sierras this week. Another 13 to 17 inches are expected to fall today. That mean lots of fresh powder, great for skiing and snowboarding for the next several days. Here are the guys with all the details. Just click here for today's TOYOTA TAHOE REPORT!
Locally Headquartered Agricultural Equipment Company Partners with Colusa Casino to Donate to Victims of the Camp Fire
Yuba City, CA - Valley Truck and Tractor Company (VTTCO) has joined with the Colusa Casino to donate $12,145.00 the Sierra Central Credit Union/TLK Foundation/ Camp Fire Relief Fund. The fund has been established to provide aid to the victims of the Camp Fire and 100% of the donations received will go to the victims.
VTTCO holds an annual Christmas Party for its employees and this year’s party was to be held at Colusa Casino Resort. The party is held every year for its employees and their families as a thank you for their hard work, dedication and support throughout the year.
VTTCO management was considering cancelling this year’s party and instead commit the funds to the Camp Fire victims. Discussions were held with Colusa Casino Resort management regarding cancelling the event and it was then that Colusa Casino stepped up and offered to participate in the donation and still provide the opportunity for VTTCO to hold the party for its employees.
“Over the years, Colusa Casino Resort has been honored to have the good people of Valley Truck and Tractor as our guests. In these times of thanks and sharing, it's wonderful now to join Valley Truck and Tractor as partners in generosity and caring for our community with over $12,000 being directed towards where the folks in our area need it most.” Beau Gonzales, Assistant General Manager, Colusa Casino Resort.
The SCCU/TLKFoundation/Camp Fire Relief Fund is continuing to receive donations and can be found on the web at: http://tlkfoundation.org
Amid the widely-trending announcement that Reese’s brand installed a Halloween candy exchange machine in New York City allowing anyone to trade in unwanted Halloween candy, the buck doesn’t stop there—in NYC or anywhere else in the U.S. Industry-leading weight-loss company HealthyWage.com has upped the candy ante, today revealing that it will pay YOU for pounds....of candy, that is—and all supporting a great cause!
The company unveiled its "Cash for Candy" program through which it’ll pay cash for your stash--$10 per pound of Halloween Candy that any participants mail in to them. All candy received will be donated to the Soldiers’ Angels “Treats for Troops” initiative. Offer applies to candy received by the company before Thanksgiving to qualify for the cash, which will be remitted to participants via check or PayPal. Learn more about HealthyWage's tasty "Cash for Candy" program at www.healthywage.com/halloweencash
It was an insanely sane afternoon and evening at the Chico Mall for Safe and Sane Halloween! Lots of cool costumes, even more happy kids, and the candy flowed like water. Thanks to the Chico Mall for putting on a great event for the whole family. If you missed out on all the fun during Safe and Sane Halloween, we captured a few of the evening sights. Even Dr. Manley was on hand for the festivities.
Check it all out here: Safe and Sane Halloween at the Chico Mall
We're back with another edition of Mix Pet of the Week, showcasing a couple more furry friends from the Butte Humane Society who are looking for their foreve homes. This week, you'll meet Marsh and Heidi!
Hello! My Name is Marsh!
Three Years Old
Woof! My name is Marsh and I am a 3 year old male shepherd mix here at the Butte Humane Society. I am very smart and willing to learn, but being around all of the strange dogs here gives me anxiety. I need to have a stable home environment so that I can relax and come out of my shell because I am truly a happy, playful boy! I know how to sit, stay, and lay down, but I need someone in my life to help me focus because I can get distracted fairly easily. I love playing with toys and I may be okay with another dog, but we would have to meet first to make sure that we get along!
And I'm Heidi! Pleased to meet you!
Fifteen Years Old
Black and White Domestic Shorthair
Hi my name is Heidi, I am a super sweet black and white senior kitty. I came to the shelter this summer with my very best friend Fifi, and I am hoping to find a new forever home with her. We are both spayed females and Fifi is a senior as well. We are hoping to find a mellow, relaxing home with someone who will pamper us for the rest of our lives.
Both Marsh and Heidi would make wonderful additions to any family. You can visit Marsh at the Butte Humane Society Dog Adoption Center located at 2579 Fair Street in Chico. Heidi currently resides at the Butte Humane Society Cat Adoption Center located at 587 Country Dr. in Chico. Both facilities are open 7 days a week from 12 noon to 6 pm each day. Marsh and Heidi look forward to seeing you soon!
It was a wonderful morning at Sycamore Field in Bidwell Park as Chicoans of all ages came together to remember those lost to this horrible disease, but more importantly to raise funds for research to fight Alzheimers so that one day we can celebrate the survivors! If you missed this morning's Walk To End Alzheimers, click the link for a quick peek at some of the sights you missed! http://kmxi.com/photos/2018-walk-to-end-alzheimers
Colusa Casino Resort has allowed CAL FIRE to use a Land Use Agreement for the use of their southeast parking lot free of charge. The satellite location is a staging area for a CAL FIRE Ground Support Unit, emergency equipment and personnel. The repair operations will be on equipment being utilized to fight the eastern edge of the Ranch Fire.
Colusa Casino Resort is happy to offer all CAL FIRE Ground Support Unit Personnel and Staff at the satellite location a complementary meal at Seasons Buffet.
For up-to-date information on the Ranch Fire, please visit http://www.tinyurl.com/mendo2018
We're back with another edition of Mix Pet Of The Week and more furry friends from the Butte Humane Society looking for their forever homes. This week, we'll introduce you to Maurice, a one year old male Terrier/American Pit Bull mix and Crookshank, a ten year old Domestic Shorthair mix.
Hello there! Pleased to meet you. My name is Maurice!
1 Year Old
Terrier-American Pit Bull/Mix
Hello everyone! I am young and friendly guy. I would prefer to go to a home that has other dogs that I can interact with! I like to play with toys and I'm very treat motivated. I'd love to meet you and your household. Please come down to the Dog Adoption Center at 2579 Fair St. to meet me today!
Howdy! I'm Crookshank. At Your Service!
Hi! I'm Crookshank, a beautiful ten year old lady. I kind of have that tuxedo thing going on with my white chest, paws and stripey coat. As a senior cat, I'd love nothing better than a sunny window and a warm lap to sit on. My previous owner said that I do well with other cats and I would prefer to be an indoor only cat if possible. If you think I'd be the purrfect addition to your home, come down to the Cat Adoptions Center to meet me today!
Hello Again! It's time for another Mix Pet Of The Week at a look at some of the latest at Butte Humane Society who are looking for that special family to take them home!
Hi! My name is Elsie!
Domestic Medium Hair/Mix
I am a gorgeous 5 year old lady. I am a very sweet, loving, and mellow cat looking for my fur-ever family. I'm a rare cat because I actually like my tummy rubbed! Looking for a laid-back but adorable cat to spend your time with? Then I might be the girl for you! I lived in a household with another cat so I think I could get along with other cats as long as they respect my space. Please come and meet me at the Cat Adoptions Center today!
We'll hello there! I'm Violet! Happy to meet you!
Terrier, American Pit Bull/Mix
I'm as sweet as a peach and as lovely as a flower! At times I'm energetic and
playful, but generally I am a mellow lady. I'm very loving and give lots of kisses. I know some basic commands, but I hope my new owner will train me to do more! I can probably go to a home with another dog, I'm just a little unsure of dogs at this point, so I'll need another dog who is kind and patient with me. Older children would be okay with me too! If you're looking to add a little light to your life, please come down and meet me at the dog adoptions center at 2579 Fair St.
For more on Elsier, Violet, or one of the many other dogs and cats from the Butte Humane Society, check out their website by clicking here.
Prepare for evacuation if in the south western portion of Glenn County, south of Rd 308 and west of road 306. Take time to prepare a go bag with medications, glasses, cell phone, charger, clothes, pet supplies, baby supplies, bedding and important documents. Be prepared to evacuate at a moments notice should the fire move north and this change to a manadatory evacuation. This is an advisory.
-Glenn County Sheriff | 080418 4:21pm PT
It's that time of year again when we find out about the new words that the folks at Merriam-Webster's deem worthy of adding to the world's most used dictionary.
PHOTO: By Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc.
[Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons
This year, the folks at Webster's have added 850 new words and definitions to the national lexicon. Some of the highlights of this year's additions.......
DUMPSTER FIRE: This one has been used quite often since 2008, mainly as a colorful description of poorly performing athletes and/or sports teams. Webster's newly added and official definition: "an utterly calamitous or mismanaged situation or occurrence"
WORDIE: "A lover of words." Now foodie has a baby brother in the big book!
MANSPLAIN: "To explain something to a woman in a condescending manner that assumes she has no knowledge of the topic." Guys. we'll just say be VERY careful how you use this one and leave it at that.
GLAMPING: "The act of outdoor camping with amenities and comforts." And it goes without saying, if you have ever gone camping with an RV, that indeed makes you a "glamper" and probably a pretty good candidate for the lead role in the next National Lampoon Family Vacation remake.
If you want to know more about the other 846 news word that have been added to the dictionary, click and check out the WORDS AT PLAY COLUMN at Webster's website.
Happy Friday Everyone! It's time for another Mix Pet of the Week, showcasing some of our furry friends from Butte Humane Society who are looking for their new "forever home!"
Age: 3 years
Breed: Chihuahua, Short Coat/Terrier, Rat
Hello new friends! My name is Copper. I’m an adorable, fun sized little guy! I’m a bit shy, but will warm up to you with plenty of walks and treats! I can’t wait to find a new home with a nice, warm bed to curl up on. I think I would do okay with other small dogs, but we’d have to meet first! If you are looking for a sweet pup to add to your family, please come down to the dog adoption center at 2579 Fair St.
The current storm system making it's way through Northern California has made driving conditions dangerous at best. Chain controls are currently up for most, if not all, mountain roadways including 5, 32, 36, 49, 70, 299, and the upper Skyway. Here's a quick look at where the plows are out and chain controls are in effect via the Quickmaps app from CalTrans.
The Quickmaps app from CalTrans is available through your app store and online at http://quickmap.dot.ca.gov/ On this app you have options to see where the chain controls and snow plows are according to the latest CalTrans information. You also can get travel related information including CHP incidents, hard road closures, and C/T road cameras and message boards.
There are also some school closures and power outages related to the current storm.
Berry Creek Elementary is closed today due to a power outage and will be closed on Friday for a snow day.
There are also a few weather related power outages as well.
Approx 800 PG&E customers near Lake Oroville are without power this morning. That outage stretches from Forbestown Road in southern Butte County to the Berry Creek area.
According to PG& E there are several smaller isolated outages scattered around the Chico urban area as well as Corning, Orland, and Gridley.
978 customers are also without power in the Yuba City area. PG&E says both outages are weather related.
To get the latest power outage info from PG&E or to report an outage click here. To report downed power lines, you can call 1-800-743-5000.
More information posted on our Facebook page. Click here to check that out.
2018 is going to be a busy year for Mix Superstar Pink. In March she embarks on her 2018 Beautiful Trauma World Tour. Currently the schedule includes two nights in the bay area at Oakland's Oracle Arena on May 18th and 19th. Tickets for both shows (May18th) (May 19th) are available now.
Longtime fans know all the songs by heart, but there's a whole other side to Pink that a lot of people don't know. From Her Olympic aspirations and political views to the true origins of her stage name "Pink" and the one artist she "fan crushes" on. It's all in this piece called "The Untold Truth of Pink" written by Christine-Marie Liwag Dixon for the List. Check that out here. For everything else Pink check out PinksPage.Com.
It's time for another Mix Pet Of The Week and a couple more furry cuties from the Butte Humane Society who are looking for forever homes!
Age: 2 years
Breed: Domestic Shorthair/Mix
Meow! My name is Clementine. I am the most gorgeous black cat you will ever set eyes on! I absolutely love attention from all the staff and volunteers here. I am only two years old so I have lots of time to give all my love! I am okay around other feline companions so I think I could go home with one as long as they respect my space. I would prefer to go to a home with no dogs because I can tend to be pretty sassy towards them. Come down to the Cat Adoption Center at 587 Country Dr. and meet me! I will greet you with sweet kisses and lots of purring.
Say Hello To Cinnamon
Age: 4 years
Breed: Terrier, American Pit Bull/Mix
Hi there! My name is Cinnamon! I am a very happy and friendly gal. I am very accepting of any handling and love to be hugged! I have a ton of energy but am very gentle so I think I would be a great addition to a family that had some kids for me to run around with! I am hoping that I don't have to stay here in the kennels for too long because a girl like me needs space to run and people to love on! If you are looking for someone to take on all your adventures, please come down to the dog adoption at 2579 Fair St.
Does your weekly grocery bill seem to to just keep growing and growing? Well, If you live in a crowded urban area, now you have an opportunity to grow something other than that grocery bill. Thanks to Ikea's innovative idea lab called Space10 and designers Sine Lindholm and Mads-Ulrik Husumtoin, you can now grow many of the fresh fruits and veggies than can drive those grocery bills through the roof.
There creation is called "The Growroom" and it allows people in the confined space of many urban areas to grow foods that previous could only be grown in rural areas.
Now, Ikea and Space10 are making the blueprints for assembly of the structure available online for free allowing those with limited space to grow fresh fruits and vegetables for themselves and their friends.
For More Details Visit: InspireMore.com OR Medium.com
Download The Free Blueprints: The Growroom via github