The Week in Review


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 P...

Fall for an apricot tart

Our weather is quickly changing. Mornings are becoming crisp, evenings are cooling down. Fall is in the air. Before the  summer season comes to a screeching halt, I like to bake a few of my absolute...

Free Therapy # 45: Everything Teaches but Not Everyone Learns

“Life is this simple: we are living in a world that is absolutely transparent and the divine is shining through it all the time. This is not just a nice story or a fable, it is true. ” Thomas Mert...

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 rec...

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 so...

United Methodist Women’s Thrift Shop

Held monthly, first Friday and Saturday, September through June. When: October 3rd & October 4th Friday, 9 am – 4 pm Saturday, 9 am – 11 am Where: First United Methodist Church Corner of East ...

Patrick Jones’ Bid to Increase Police Funding Fails to Gain Ground

Redding City Councilman Patrick Jones’ proposal for a citywide belt-tightening to help fund police failed to gain adequate traction Tuesday night with two of the four council members opting to wait ...

Redding City Council Candidates Spar, Swap Views at Latest Forum

The Redding City Council candidates' campaign race is so hot, heavy and jam-packed with public forums that it feels as if the election is two-and-a-half weeks away, rather than its actual two-and-a-h...

Nash Ranch Mud Mash on September 27 to Benefit Library

The second Nash Ranch Mud Mash will be held September 27 and will benefit the Shasta Library Foundation, with proceeds helping improve the Shasta Public Libraries in Redding, Anderson, and Burney. The...

JAMA Inc. Presents First Annual Benefit Performance

Joining Art, Music & Athletics (JAMA) presents its first performance on Saturday, September 20th at 7pm in north Redding. The performance will showcase routines from the JAMA Dance Company (a n...

Melissa Etheridge Rocks the Night Away at the Cascade Theatre

Melissa Etheridge went straight to the vault to kick off her solo show at the Cascade Theatre Tuesday night, emerging on stage without an introduction and grinding out the chords to “Bring Me Some W...

Reflections in a Mirror (While Shaving): Part 3

While having lunch with three friends, we invented a new (to us) game... “Conversation Starters That Stop Conversations.” We listed 50 or so but the one that stuck with me was, “I’m only telli...

Thom G: 7 essentials for canine first aid

Dogs make lousy patients. Not only can’t they tell you where it hurts, but they’ll troop on forever with an injury just because the sights and smells in the outdoors are so delicious. But with a h...

Missing Adult – Paul Merrill

MISSING ADULT - PAUL MERRILL Age: 87 Sex: MALE Height: 5' 8" Weight: 156 Lbs Build: THIN Hair: GREY Race: CAUCASIAN Vehicle: 1956 SILVER MERCEDES 190SL (CA / EZX295) w/ Stanford Alumni frame on rear p...

Once Upon A Brew Pub – North Coast Brewing Co.

I have always found the rugged beauty of the northern California coast both peaceful and awe-inspiring. Once a year I have a job in Manchester, just south of Fort Bragg, CA. Fort Bragg is home to Nort...

Andrea Charroin: Fried Green Tomatoes

On a stroll through Redding's Certified Farmers Market, I spotted some amazingly beautiful green tomatoes. Yes, GREEN. I had an inspiration. My kids need to try fried green tomatoes. I marveled that I...

Christian Baldini, North State Symphony Finalist: ‘I believe in a collaborative approach with the musicians’

Today we meet Christian Baldini, the one of four finalist contenders vying for the North State Symphony's Music Director opening left by Kyle Wiley Pickett. Q: Welcome, Christian Baldini, to aNewsCafe...

Hiking in the dark

My first experience hiking in the dark was in the 6th grade, at camp.  To say I did not enjoy the experience is putting it lightly.  In fact, the whole experience frightened me to the point that I v...

Vehicle Hits Pedestrian on Lake Boulevard

On September 14, 2014, at around 2:29 a.m. officers from the Redding Police Department responded to the 400 block of Lake Boulevard on several reports of a vehicle versus pedestrian traffic collision....




















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