News for the Week of January 16, 2020

SNOWDRIFTS created some major problems on County Road One is Surprise Valley this week. Crews got the roads open and areas in the Valley have at least 12 inches of snow. Jean Bilodeaux photo

 


Supervisors adopt new Hemp cultivation ordinance


Snow depth looking better

 

Nick Patterson

 

Search continues for missing man

 

Law enforcement, friends and family in the north state are searching for Nick Patterson of Lookout, and a reward of $6,000 is offered for any information leading to his whereabouts.


Patterson has been missing since Jan. 4 from Lookout. He is 26 years of age, 5-foot-9, weighing about 220 pounds. He has black hair and brown eyes. He is member of the Pit River Tribe. He has a tattoo on the left shoulder and arm of three salmon and the words Pit River. He was last seen in a green hooded Nike sweatshirt, blue jeans, basketball type shoes and possibly a beanie cap.


Anyone with information about Patterson is asked to call the Modoc County Sheriff’s Office at 530-233-4416 or Shasta County Sheriff at 530-245-6540.


Deaths

Dewey D. Potter


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Sports

Sports on tap . . .

 

The Modoc boy’s basketball team hosts a tough Weed Cougars team Jan. 22 and Fall River Jan. 24.


The Modoc girl’s team hosts Weed Jan. 22 and Fall River Jan. 24.


Modoc wrestling is at Corning this weekend.


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