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Watershed Wonder Kicks on Route 36

This summer’s improvement to SR 299W on the crooked Buckhorn may have benefits beyond accident reduction, time savings and motion sickness relief. Perhaps flagman-caused delay might give motorists pause to seek alternative routes to the Redwood Empire. State Route 36… Continue Reading

Nashville instrumentalist Tom Smith Playing at Music Max in Palo Cedro

Nashville instrumentalist Tom Smith will be playing his guitar and banjo, as well as telling his stories at Music Max. Smith, who says he has been playing “for a while” and performing for “nearly that long” has performed with such… Continue Reading

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Commemorate the Diestelhorst Family, Reid’s Ferry, Today

Three area organizations will unveil and dedicate twin bronze 18-by-24 inch markers during a presentation today, October 8, at 11 a.m. The Rotary Club of Redding, Shasta Historical Society and the Ancient and Honorable Order of E. Clampus Vitus have… Continue Reading

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200 Volunteers, 20 Chainsaws & 5 Chippers Uncover Henderson Open Space

As sunlight washed over Redding’s first day of October, more than 200 volunteers, 20 chainsaws and five industrial chippers converged upon a jungle-like parcel of land previously “hidden” in the city’s core. Their mission: uncover and correct a half-century of overgrowth and neglect during the… Continue Reading