‘Grief: The Journey of Healing’ Invites You to Mourn

Share an evening of music around the fire pit outdoors on Tuesday, Sept. 13. Native American Flute by Joey Carroll. Free and open to the public, no pre-registration required. Participants are encouraged to bring a photo/symbol of their grief. For… Continue Reading

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Alert Redding Officer Catches Unregistered Sex Offender

On Friday, September 2, 2011, at 3:50 p.m., Redding Police Officer Tyler Lanham was patrolling on Boulder Creek Drive when he contacted Richard Allen, 38 years, who was walking in the neighborhood. Officer Lanham discovered Allen had a warrant for… Continue Reading

Redding Police Release Mid-Year Stats; Crime Down Overall

Below is a breakdown of the crime statistics collected by the Redding Police Department during the time period January 1 through June 30, 2011. The overall picture is positive, as illustrated by the 2.39% decrease in “Part 1 Crimes,” the… Continue Reading

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‘Capturing a Moment in Time’ Features Artist Sandi Howell

Photography captures and preserves moments in time. A moment in a photograph stays with us; it is the captured instant where emotion, light, composition and color can come together to create an amazing and memorable image, Sandi Howell says of… Continue Reading

Shasta Youth Symphony Auditions Set for This Week

What: Shasta Youth Symphony Auditions (for Shasta’s College’s Community Concert Band audition, click here.) When: Wednesday, August 17, at 4 p.m. Where: Shasta College Room 633, 19475 Shasta College Dr, Redding, CA 96003 The Shasta Youth Symphony will be recruiting… Continue Reading

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Shasta College Community Concert Band Invites New Members

The Shasta College Community Concert Band invites all interested musicians to join this 100+ member ensemble for the new fall 2011 semester. The ensemble is open to all community members who read music and play a standard wind band instrument… Continue Reading