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“Beneath an Autumn Moon” Cemetery Tours at Shasta State Historic Park

The public is invited to take a guided tour of the Shasta Union Cemetery on Friday, October 24th. These tours will explore the lives and deaths of Shasta pioneers buried there. Four tours will be offered from 6:30 to 8:00 PM and will last approximately 30 minutes. Space is limited to 30 people per tour [...]

Deb Segelitz, An American in Scotland: ‘With a Suitcase and Wedding Ring, No Less’

Our train rumbled northwards through ever-less-populated scenes.  Newly married, this was my first glimpse of my new home – the Scottish Highlands.  It was 2008, the most eventful year of my life. If you’d asked me in 2006, “Hey Deb, you wanna move to Scotland?” I would have laughed and thought you were a bit [...]

Girls Inc. Gala’s Advance Ticket Sales End Soon

Put on your favorite mask and enjoy the mystery of a masquerade! Girls Incorporated of the Northern Sacramento Valley announces that tickets are available now and at the door — but discounted prices end Sept. 30 – for its biggest fundraiser of the year, the 2nd Annual Girls Inc.Gala. This masquerade-themed evening will feature live music, a “Tour [...]

Sacramento River Trail is Target of 2014 Community Creek Cleanup

Join us Saturday, October 4th, 2014, from 8:00 am – Noon as we tackle the invasive vegetation that has become overgrown and reduces visibility of the Sacramento River. Community Creek Cleanup 2014 will focus on the south side of the Sacramento River Trail, from Diestelhorst Auto Camp to Middle Creek Road Access. During these four [...]

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 [...]

Dunsmuir Autumn Art Walk 2014

Enjoy the scenic colors of fall while touring open studios of local artists and downtown businesses hosting popular north state artists. All events are free! Refreshments will be served at all venues, including the Railroad Depot & Museum. The Liberty Scroll, an 80 foot canvas collaboration of 19 Siskiyou County artists will be presented by Liberty [...]

21st Annual Pick Up Lake Litter Day at Whiskeytown National Recreation Area

Whiskeytown National Recreation Area, the Friends of Whiskeytown, and Oak Bottom Marina are hosting the annual Pick Up Lake Litter (PULL) day to help clean up litter around Whiskeytown Lake on Saturday, September 27, 2014.  Over the last twenty years, volunteers have helped to clear thousands of pounds of litter from the waters and shoreline of [...]

‘The Other Place’ – Must-See Live Theatre Sept. 26, 27 & 28 at Old City Hall

A sense of disorientation unites audience and protagonist in ”The Other Place” a drama by Sharr White that opened off Broadway in January 2010, about a forceful business woman confronting the onset of an illness whose nature keeps eluding her grasp. The award winning play will be presented to raise awareness and as a fundraiser to benefit [...]

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 [...]

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