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August 27, 2016

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ByJulieZeeb jzeeb@redbluffdailynews.com @DN_Zeeb on Twitter RED BLUFF The Kelly-Griggs House Museum hosted an An- tiques 101 class Thursday featur- ing John Humphries, a radio per- sonality and West Coast appraiser who has been chief appraiser at antique events from Portland, Or- egon to San Diego. "The first thing I learned was believe nobody's story," Humphries said opening the class. Humphries told many stories, including one from Marysville where someone thought they had an Edison light bulb. It was sim- ilar in shape, but the tip off was the lack of a spiked top since the Edison bulbs were vacuum sealed to draw the air out to keep from ANTIQUES Kelly-Griggs Museum hosts Antiques 101 Classfeaturestips from local appraiser By Julie Watson The Associated Press SAN DIEGO A federal judge will not immediately block a Califor- nia law that requires all school- children to be vaccinated and is one of the strictest in the nation for eliminating exemptions based on religious and personal beliefs. The ruling Friday by U.S. Dis- trict Judge Dana Sabraw in San Diego comes as the law faces its first test with the end of summer break. A lawsuit filed by 17 fami- lies and two foundations sought an injunction while the lawsuit works its way through the courts. The law went into effect July 1 and eliminated religious and personal beliefs as reasons for opting out of the state's mandatory immu- nizations. It requires all children to be vaccinated before attending pri- vate or public schools or day care facilities unless doctors deter- mine medical reasons for not do- HEALTH Judge won't block state's strict child vaccine law AGRICULTURE Waterboardtodiscusspotcultivation Staff report RED BLUFF State Water Re- sources Control Board staff will hold information meetings throughout California to discuss the state water board's roles and responsibilities under the Medical Cannabis Regulation and Safety Act, according to a press release issued Thursday. A Red Bluff meeting is sched- uled for 4-6 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 8 at the Red Bluff Community Center Gardenside Room, 1500 S. Jackson St. State water board staff will dis- cuss efforts to develop and adopt interim principles and guidelines to ensure that water diversion and discharge associated with commercial cannabis cultivation do not affect the instream flows needed for fish spawning, migra- tion and rearing, and the flows needed to maintain natural flow variability. These principles and guidelines will be incorporated into agricul- tural permits issued by the Cal- ifornia Department of Food and Agriculture under its commer- cial cannabis program, the re- lease said. Time will be set aside for at- tendees to discuss specific ques- tions or topics of interest directly with other agencies in attendance, including the California Depart- ment Food and Agriculture. For those unable to attend a meeting in person, a Sacramento meeting set for the week of Oct. 3 will be webcast. Information re- garding the meeting date, time and webcast will be available on www.waterboards.ca.gov/canna- bis. Attendees will be able to learn more about the state water board's roles and responsibilities under the Medical Cannabis Reg- ulation and Safety Act and its pro- cess and time line for developing interim principles and guidelines for the diversion and use of water for commercial cannabis cultiva- tion and be able to provide com- ments and recommendations. The agenda will include gen- eral questions and answers, brief overviews from partner agencies and breakout sessions with infor- mation from other agencies. Additional information is avail- able on www.waterboards.ca.gov/ cannabis. Questions and com- ments can be directed to canna- bisWR@waterboards.ca.gov. Public meeting schedule in Red Bluff Sept. 8 By Heather Hoelscher hhoelscher@redbluffdailynews.com @DN_Heather on Twitter COTTONWOOD The Shasta Live- stock Auction is turning 50, hav- ing been run by the Peek family since it made its first sale in Cot- tonwood on Sept. 9, 1966. The community is invited to at- tend a 50th anniversary celebra- tion Friday, Sept. 9 at 3917 Main St. The auction yard and the Branding Iron Cafe will be cel- ebrating with specials the week leading up to the anniversary at the cafe, and a raffle items and prizes for consignors along with a lower commission rate for the cattle sold, said Brad Peek, man- ager of the auction yard and son of owner and founder Ellington Peek. Ellington has spent his life in the cattle world as his father was a cattle buyer. He began working in the auction ring and later be- came a cattle buyer himself. Ellington would go on to open his own auction yard in Anderson in 1962 before outgrowing that fa- cility and moving to the Cotton- wood location in 1966, where he, his wife Betty Peek and his family have been ever since, Brad said. In 1989, Ellington and John Rodgers, of the Stockman's Mar- ket, began looking for ways to help western ranchers present their cattle to a national market- place. The two would soon form West- ern Video Market, a satellite and Internet auction service, which now sells nearly a quarter million cattle every year from 16 western COTTONWOOD AUCTION YARD WILL CELEBRATE 50 YEARS HEATHERHOELSCHER—DAILYNEWS The Shasta Livestock Auction Yard hold an auction Friday before the special anniversary sale set for Sept. 9to celebrate 50years of the auction yard and Branding Iron Cafe. CONTRIBUTED Ellington Peek and his team of auctioneers and family members at the very first cattle sale in Cottonwood on Sept. 9, 1966at the Shasta Livestock Auction Yard. D DowJonesIndustrial 18,395.40 (-53.01) D Standard & Poor's 2169.04 (-3.43) U Nasdaq 5218.92 (+6.72) BUSINESS U.S. Secretary of State and Russian counterpart make progress on path to restoring Syrian peace process. PAGE B10 MIDDLE EAST Kerry:'Clarity'achieved with Russia on Syria Trump and Clinton seek to reinforce their religious ties, sow doubts in their opponent among the faithful. PAGE B6 PRESIDENTIAL RACE Candidates capitalize on the religious vote VACCINE PAGE 11 AUCTION PAGE 11 ANTIQUES PAGE 11 » redbluffdailynews.com Saturday, August 27, 2016 $1.00 AN EDITION OF THE CHICO ENTERPRISE-RECORD Donation Girl makes gi to Deserving Pets for 10th birthday Community A3 Jean Barton Cruising the waterways of the Northwest Farm A10 7 98304 20753 8 Classifieds.....B11 Community.....A3 Opinion............A4 Lifestyles........ A7 Sports.............. B1 Weather ..... A12 Faith .............B3 INDEX Check out what's going on in your neighborhood and the community. PAGE A2 LOCAL CALENDAR Online Find more news on our website. redbluffdailynews.com LiketheDailyNews on Facebook and stay in the loop on local news, sports and more. VISITFACEBOOK.COM/ RBDAILYNEWS LIKEUSON FACEBOOK Have a great day, Jack Bonner GOOD MORNING Sunny High: Low: 93 59 PAGE A12

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