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The Man From U.N.C.L.E. • Season 4, Episode 2 • Original air date Sept. 18, 1967. Shasta Dam appears in this episode, filling in as a dam in Greece. Thrush is using a fencing school in Mexico as a cover. Inside, young men are being trained to be "perfect" killers. They can even turn emotion on and off. Professor Stoller, the head of the operation, has selected his prize pupil, Greg Martin, to demonstrate how effective the trainees can be. Martin is to blow up a dam in Greece and destroy a small town in the process. Solo and Kuryakin desperately try to stop the young Thrushman. Complicating matters is a young woman who has fallen in love with Martin. Shasta Dam appears 42 minutes into the episode as the Grecian dam. The local moment of interest happens in this clip at 1:43


The City of Shasta Lake held its annual State of the City address on Oct. 8, 2014, featuring this 38-minute video produced by the Shasta Lake Bulletin. Topics covered included the drought's effect on the city's water supply, upgrading the wastewater treatment facility, economic and residential development and much more. Also includes updates on the Shasta Lake Fire Protection District and Gateway Unified School District. Basic outline of topics: City of Shasta Lake staff, Fred Castagna and Ron Harrington. Camera operator and editor: Ron Harrington. Additional camera operator: Craig Harrington. Consultant: Fred Castagna. Fire district section: Pierce Manufacturing and Oshkosh Corporation. GoPro video: Gerald Gross. Shasta Dam 1977 and 1978 photos: Bureau of Reclamation. All other photos: Shasta Lake Bulletin. CLICK ON THE VIMEO LOGO TO VIEW A LARGER VERSION OF THIS VIDEO.

Second-year teacher Aaron Williams has parlayed his previous career in journalism to his love of broadcasting and the end result - a student-run radio station at Central Valley High School - went on the air with its first live broadcast at 7:30 a.m. on Sept. 9, 2014. Williams and C.V. senior Brandon Blankenship (the "A&B Show") began their broadcast at their 50-watt station (KIHP, 96.5 on the FM dial), mixing pop culture discussion and CVHS announcements with music that included The Ramones "Rock and Roll High School."

MOUNTAIN GATE - A vegetation fire broke out this morning (Sept. 4, 2014) shortly before 11 a.m. on the west side of Interstate 5 and to the east of Lehigh Southwest Cement Company in Mountain Gate. As of 3:45 p.m., the fire had grown to 16 acres and was 75 percent contained. There were also several spot fires in the area. The fire was determined to have been human-caused. Traffic on northbound I-5 was stopped for a time at Wonderland Boulevard, while southbound traffic was allowed to continue through the area. Students from North Woods Discovery School were safely evacuated to Shasta Lake School. Photo and Video: Ron Harrington, Shasta Lake Bulletin


At Tuesday night’s (AUG. 5, 2014) City Council meeting, the council enacted additional water use restrictions in the City effective immediately. READ MORE

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Pit River Bridge Caltrans Cam

Bulletin Prints & Video Available

High quality digital photographs from events published in the Shasta Lake Bulletin are available for $25 and burned to a CD. Video, up to 15 minutes in length, will be burned to a DVD for $35. Video burned to a DVD up to 30 minutes is $50. Slide shows also burned to the same DVD are extra. Contact the Bulletin office at 275-1716 for more information.