The Week in Review


Heaven on Two Wheels

“God wired us a little bit differently than everybody else.” —Invocation by race chaplain Fred Sumrall at the Shasta Dam Grand Prix, Sunday, April 13 Seconds after being informed that there were...

Rolling Hills Casino Remains Focused on Guest Experience and Community Partnerships Through Tribal Transition

The Paskenta Band of Nomlaki Indians, the governing body of Rolling Hills Casino, is in the midst of changes in tribal leadership and membership. This includes the disenrollment of some members and re...

Girls Inc. NSV Celebrates Community Leaders at May Day Tea

Girls Incorporated of the Northern Sacramento Valley invites the public to May Day for the Girls, an afternoon tea to honor strong, smart and bold leaders of the north state and to thank Girls Inc. NS...

Shasta County Schools to Celebrate Bike to School Day

Thirteen Shasta County schools will join schools from around the nation to celebrate Bike to School Day on Wednesday, May 7.  Participating schools include Anderson Heights, Anderson Middle, Cypress...

Where’s Our Compassion for Women and Children?

We need to do a little soul searching in the good old USA. We need to come to some understanding about why we care so little about women and children. Why do we put up with a situation where there are...

Phil’s Funny: I’ve been to Gallup and it ain’t so hot

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Horses Get a Doctor’s Special House Call – Veterinarian Gives Budweiser Clydesdales a Check-up

Ten important horses got their semi-annual physicals yesterday in Red Bluff. The Budweiser Clydesdales, who are in town for the Red Bluff Round-Up, were looked over by their “doctor”, Dr. Steve Ad...

Walkability: How To Revitalize Redding One Step At At Time – Part One of a Series On Jeff Speck’s Walkable City

Shasta Living Streets sometimes gets described as a bicycling group. While we advocate cycling, it’s just a portion of our platform. Our full platform can be found in our name—living streets. Stre...

Free Therapy # 35: The Rooms of the Mind

In my last blog I explored the two rooms of the mind, the courtroom and the science room or laboratory. In the first room we find a judge, critic or evaluator who uses the blunt tools of goodness, bad...

Or So it Seems … Up on the Rooftop

Once a year, in April, my house tries to kill me. That's when I go to the rooftop to prance around, attempting to revive my aging swamp cooler. Sure, I'm up there in the fall, too. But it's no problem...

Federal Water Heads South Via City-Approved Deal; Public Comment Period Moved to Meeting’s End

A Glenn County water district that typically pays $20 for an acre-foot of water has gladly agreed to shell out $294 per acre-foot in a deal that will net the city of Redding about $120,000 while illus...

Turtle Bay Exploration Park Launches Funding Families Program

The photos of more than 30 Redding families are now featured on a new wall of honor in Turtle Bay Museum, with the launch of the Funding Families of Turtle Bay giving program this week. The program ho...

Red Bluff Is Rodeo Destination – Round-Up Hosts 500+ Contestants

The Red Bluff Round-Up is on the minds and the GPS units of cowboys and cowgirls across the nation this week. It’s the biggest pro rodeo taking place this weekend, and, with $15,000 in the purse for...

James Santos returns as Guest Artist for “CHICAGO” in Redding

James Santos, former Cirque du Soleil artistic director of DRALION will return to Shasta College this summer as Guest Artist and Choreographer for the smash Broadway hit “CHICAGO”. Santos, the fou...




















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