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  • Metaphorical Bullets Fly Over the Record Range-Mary Lake Conflict

    Collectively, Redding, its police department and one of its more popular neighborhoods have a high-powered headache on its hands, and it stems from the indisputable fact that shooting ranges and subdivisions make lousy neighbors. At issue is the Record Range, a 65-year-old rifle and pistol range just west of Redding city limits, and its newish [...]

    Exchange Club to honor Peace Officers of the Year

      The Exchange Club of Redding will host its 42nd annual Peace Officer of the Year awards luncheon at 11:30 a.m. Thursday, March 12, at the Win-River Resort & Casino. Congressman Doug LaMalfa will be the guest speaker. “The Exchange Club of Redding is very proud to have been honoring local law enforcement personnel for more [...]

    Rainbow Family Project Forum at First Methodist Church

    Photo from The First Methodist Church – Redding will host a forum and panel on March 20, 2015. The panel will consist of four local persons:  Rev. Rod Brayfindley, speaking on aspects of gay related passages in the bible. Cheri Edwards-Lesbian, living the life of truth. Julie Heisler – Transgendering from male to female. [...]

    Sheriff Bosenko Receives Recognition from CRPA

    Sheriff Tom Bosenko will receive the Peace Officer of the Year award from the California Rifle and Pistol Association. Rick Travis, Field Director of CRPA, offered Bosenko congratulations. “CRPA annually recognizes and honors a Peace Officer in California for work they’ve done to promote the Second Amendment and safe and responsible gun ownership in the state.” [...]

    Give a Dog a Break

    This little guy was going to be euthanized, so I took him home. However, I have six dogs and three cats and a small home. Isaiah could hardly walk when he came home with me. Now, he runs and plays and gets along with my dogs and cats, but my husband is adamant that seven [...]

    Grant & Scholarship Application Deadlines

    The Shasta Regional Community Foundation reminds local students and nonprofits of the upcoming deadlines for grant and scholarship applications.  With the new online application system in place for both programs, the Community Foundation will no longer be accepting paper applications.  Information regarding the application process is available on our website at The scholarship deadline [...]

    Library Receives Bequest from Doris May Johnson

      The Shasta Library Foundation honored an endowment bequest from Doris May Johnson at a reception with her heirs on February 13, 2015 at the Redding Library. “Our mother used the Redding Library for many years as she loved to read and encouraged her children to love reading as well.  Mom also came to the [...]

    River Rescue at A.C.I.D. Diversion Dam

    Photo by  NOAA Restoration Center & Damage Assessment and Restoration Program  On Thursday, February, 19th, 2015 at 1747 hours, SHASCOM received a call from a citizen reporting a boat was stuck on the A.C.I.D Diversion Dam on the Sacramento River. Aaron Galway and another adult male were stranded on the dam. The Redding Fire Department, the [...]

    Cascade Theater Announces New Managers

    photo by Mike Burke  Redding’s historic Cascade Theatre is happy to announce the appointment of the theater’s new management team.  Jana Pulcini-Leard has been named to the restructured position of General Manager and Executive Producer. Currently the theater’s producer for two annual in-house productions— A Cascade Christmas and the Spring musical (this year Peter Pan, [...]

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