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  • Shallow Water Lifeguard Classes at the Y

    Prepare yourself to help others and gain skills to work in a rewarding job.  Learn the duties and responsibilities of lifeguarding, including surveillance, the use of rescue equipment, and how to care for someone who has sustained an injury. The Y offers two learning formats: Blended learning  includes online study plus onsite skill practice and testing. Our [...]

    Proposal to Designate Whiskeytown National Recreation Area a Smoke Free Park – Public Scoping Meeting

    In 2010, Whiskeytown National Recreation Area adopted a smoke free policy for its four designated swimming beaches. This was met with high public approval and has been successfully implemented. On April 28, 2015, the National Park Service is hosting a Public Scoping Meeting at Redding City Hall (777 Cypress Avenue, Redding CA.) at 6 p.m. to explore the [...]

    Redding Council Gets First Look at Proposed 1,000-foot Slip ‘N Slide Project; Votes to Alter City’s Pot Garden Ordinance; Tips Cap to Bob Blankenship

    A 1,000-foot-long slip-and-slide requiring 15,000 gallons of water. On Placer Street between Orange and Chestnut streets. In the middle of July. In the middle of a withering drought. Piece of cake, according to the two young Redding men who pitched the idea to the Redding City Council on Tuesday. Sure, it will raise some eyebrows, [...]

    Abandoned Redding House to be Demolished

    One of the vacant houses which the City of Redding Code Enforcement Team has addressed is at 2630 Wyndham Lane. The house has been vacant for a number of years. Over the past several years it has frequently been occupied by transients. They brought an RV onto the property and were also occasionally occupying it. [...]

    Redding: Your Frog is Cooked

    If I had a dollar for every word A News has published about the homeless, transients, street people, and homeless encampment clean-ups, I’d be an extremely wealthy, retired woman living in my Waikiki beach house, sipping sidecars and writing my screenplay. Like many of you, I’ve gradually adapted to what should be unacceptable anywhere [...]

    Rolling Hills Casino Closes Kitchen for Renovations

    The busiest kitchen in Tehama County is about to undergo a complete renovation at Rolling Hills Casino from April 27 to May 14. During the renovations, the Casino plans to serve meals chuck-wagon style in their gigantic event tent. “It’s been almost 13 years since we served our first meals in the Rolling Hills Buffet [...]

    Exploring the World and Changing Young People’s Lives

    Being an exchange student through American Cultural Exchange Services (ACEST) means the thrill and excitement of spending a year overseas in a new country. It means living with an American family, attending a new school, and forming friendships that will last a lifetime. Every year hundreds of exchange students from around the world — Kenya, [...]

    Turtle Bay Exploration Park offers the More to Explore program

    Turtle Bay Exploration Park’s 3-year More To Explore Program was launched in Fall 2013 with First 5 Shasta’s generous support. Its goal is to “provide high quality childcare opportunities throughout Shasta County” by offering a free workshop series for early childhood care providers, expanding Turtle Bay’s Lending Library of teaching resources, and launching teacher resource [...]

    Mercy Medical Center Redding Celebrates its Volunteers

    This week Mercy Medical Center is celebrating its greatest natural resource… volunteers. Mercy’s volunteers work directly with patients, families, visitors, employees, and behind the scenes to deliver kind, compassionate care and a positive patient experience. They work tirelessly to comfort, reduce fears and anxieties, and keep the hospital running efficiently. According to Deanna Gunter, Director [...]

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