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  • A Mother’s Plea: Where is the Help for Shasta County’s Mentally Ill?

    Homeless. Mentally ill. Drug-addicted. These are words we all see everyday, especially with those problems so affecting Redding at this time. But do you have a face to put on those words? I do. My son. Believe it or not he was once an advanced placement student and athlete who loved sports from the time [...]

    Autumn Gales and Tough Old Ladies

    What shall I write about? I wondered just now. I can hardly think for the sound of the howling wind outside… Ah, that’s it! The wind! You might not think a lot can be said about a blowy day, but around here there are a lot of them especially this time of year as autumn [...]

    Turtle Bay Welcomes New Pond Turtles

    Turtle Bay Exploration Park recently welcomed four baby Western Pond Turtles. Turtle Bay is part of a Conservation Program with Sonoma State, San Francisco Zoo, and Oakland Zoo to help native pond turtles. “We wanted to be part of making a direct impact on animals beyond education and thought what better animal to help than [...]

    Community Advocate Known for High-End Custom Guitars

    Jason Schroeder unlocks the door of his south Redding guitar workshop and steps into the unassuming, sunlit space. He’s just come from a meeting with businessmen Ed Rullman and Mike Dahl – wearing his “community advocacy hat” – but switches easily to the labor that pays the bills, gives him schedule flexibility, and, most notably, [...]

    Shasta Historical Society Receives Governor’s Historic Preservation Award

    The Shasta Historical Society received the Governor’s Historic Preservation Award from Governor Brown for the documentary, The Wright Time: A History of the Pilgrim Congregational Church. This award is the only official preservation award presented by the State of California to worthy recipients in recognition of outstanding achievements in the field of historic preservation. The Shasta Historical [...]

    DUI/Driver License Checkpoint

    The Redding Police Department will conduct a DUI and driver license checkpoint within the city limits of Redding on Tuesday, November 25th. The Redding Police Department does not announce the time or location of checkpoints, even on the day of the checkpoint. Motorists entering the checkpoint can expect to see traffic control patterns, warning signs, [...]

    Performers Wanted at Winter Rink Downtown

    The City of Redding is looking for musical talent to come and perform at the Winter Rink Downtown. There will be a stage set up and we are looking for a variety of groups to come and perform on the evenings of December 20 through January 5 (excluding December 25). There will be thirty minute [...]

    Change in NVCSS Board Leadership

    On November 10th, after nearly 27 years of volunteer service to Northern Valley Catholic Social Service (NVCSS) Board of Directors, Dr. Dave Gasman has stepped down from the role of Board President. Dr. Gasman has been a part of NVCSS since it was founded in May of 1986 and was elected Board President in April [...]

    City Council Votes Benefit Both Veterans and Domestic Violence Victims

    Veterans and victims of domestic violence both received help from the Redding City Council this week. In the first case, former state Sen. Maurice Johannessen’s dream of an independent living complex and clinic for veterans is a step closer to reality following the council’s unanimous vote Tuesday to OK a forgivable loan of $28,700. The [...]


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