If there’s one thing everyone in Siskiyou County can agree on, it’s that the Department of Fish and Game is convening a meeting at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, August 16, to talk about increasing water for coho salmon in the… Continue Reading →
We serious journalists would never write a story simply as an excuse to run a photograph. Except that’s what I’m doing right now, and here’s why. Just about anyone who has ever scaled Kanaka Peak on the seat of a… Continue Reading →
Most schools open the classroom doors next week, which means the little ones – who are growing bigger – need new clothes. Redding’s MLK Multicultural Center has a way for parents and grandparents to get those clothes for the very… Continue Reading →
The outdoors can be a dangerous place. We’ve been reminded of that fact regularly by recent news stories, many of which have centered on the 14 fatalities in Yosemite National Park this year. Some of the ill-fated made obviously bad… Continue Reading →
If there’s one thing you can count on at Paesano Days, it’s an abundance of good food. You wouldn’t expect anything else from the Sons of Italy, would you? Paesano Days returns this Friday and Saturday, August 5 and 6,… Continue Reading →
Summer is the season around here for long bike rides, although one cyclist’s definition of a long ride might be another’s definition of insanity.
If by long you mean loooooonnng, you may be happy to learn that Adventure Cycling Association has included Highway 89 from Mount Shasta to Truckee on a new, 2,400-mile Sierra Cascades Bicycle Route that roughly parallels the Pacific Crest hiking trail from Canada to Mexico.
But even if your idea … Continue Reading →
I received an announcement the other day from the California Energy Commission about a new website that, the commission promised, would provide “industry professionals, fleet managers and consumers with information about greener transportation choices for the 21st century.” I ignored… Continue Reading →
The summertime drive from overheated Redding to the refreshing waters of the Trinity River and the Pacific Ocean may be easier in a few years, but vacationers might have to share the highway with more big rigs. The next round… Continue Reading →
The Redding area has two new outdoor features that you need to check out. If you’re feeling ambitious, you could even tie the two together with a bike ride. First up is the new kiosk at the Clear Creek Gorge… Continue Reading →
Attention former students of Pine Street School in Redding. The owners of a new restaurant planned for the space want your old school photos and other memorabilia. Chef Cal DeMercurio and his wife, Christa, are working toward opening Old School… Continue Reading →