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  • Sacramento River Trail from Diestelhorst Bridge to Stress Ribbon Bridge closed this Saturday for Community Clean-up Event

    The Sacramento River Trail will be closed for public use on Saturday, October 4 from 6:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. for the Community Creek Clean-up event.  This hard closure includes the trail between the Diestelhorst Bridge and the Stress Ribbon Bridge on the south side of the river. Volunteers are invited to join the effort to clear [...]

    Dick Dickerson – Former Redding City Councilman, Shasta County Supervisor and State Assemblyman – Dead at 77

    SACRAMENTO – Assembly Republican Leader Connie Conway, of Tulare and Assembly Republican Leader-Elect Kristin Olsen, of Modesto, today issued the following statement upon learning of the passing of Former Assemblyman Dick Dickerson, age 77, who served in the State Assembly from 1998 to 2002: “As a city councilman, county supervisor and State Assemblyman, Dick Dickerson [...]

    Al Boren Resigns as Shasta Family YMCA’s CEO

    REDDING, CA – Al Boren, CEO of the Shasta Family YMCA, has resigned from his position effective Sept. 23, 2014. Boren has been CEO for 6 years and during his tenure has been dedicated to the growth and financial stability of the YMCA. “On behalf of the Shasta Family YMCA board, I wish Al and [...]

    Bosetti Hit High Notes in Final State of the City Address; Barrs Receive Philanthropic Award

    Mayor Rick Bosetti delivered his third and final State of the City address Tuesday, liberally sprinkling in baseball references as he cited statistics and gave updates on city projects that lined up with his overriding theme of “Good Things are Happening.” The city of Redding is not without its challenges, including a slow climb out [...]

    ‘The Other Place’ Reminds Redding Director of a Sadly Familiar Place

    Q: Donna Stobie, I attended the media night preview of the play you directed, “The Other Place.” I was totally moved by it.  So, first, congratulations on a terrific job. Second, can you tell me how you got involved in this project? Thank you, Doni. I’m glad you liked “The Other Place”. This is the article [...]

    Scott Valley Bank Supports Boles Fire Disaster Relief Efforts with a $10,000 Donation

    In response to the Boles Fire disaster, Scott Valley Bank is donating $10,000 to the Community Disaster Relief Fund administered by the Shasta Regional Community Foundation (SRCF). The bank considers the SRCF uniquely qualified to expedite funding directly to the families, nonprofits and organizations that offer the swiftest triage to the immediate family burdens and [...]

    Counterfeit Money Alert

    The City of Redding has experienced a recent surge in the amount of counterfeit bills being passed in our area. The most common counterfeit bill being passed is one hundred dollar bills. The Redding Police Department would like to encourage the public and the business community specifically to diligently examine the money you receive, especially [...]

    Donations Accepted for Boles Fire Victims at Second Baptist Church in Redding

    The Second Baptist Church is partnering with The American Legion Widows Henry Tucker 565 District 2 to gather donations for the victims of the Boles Fire in Weed. The Second Baptist Church will be receiving donations on Sat. Sept. 20 from 9 .m. until 3 p.m. at 2560 Bunker St. in Redding. The Second Baptist [...]

    Local Law Enforcement and Public Health Team up for 9th National Take Back Event

    Have you been trying to figure out what to do with your expired, unused and unneeded medications? Do you know that the FDA now recommends NOT disposing of most medications down the drain? We have a solution for you! For the 9th time, Redding Police Department, Shasta County Sheriff’s Office, Shasta County Health and Human [...]

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