U.S. Forest Service Opens Sacred Sites Report for Comment

The U.S. Forest Service has opened for public comment through the Federal Register a draft report that outlines its policies and procedures on Indian Sacred Sites. The 60-day comment window follows ongoing dialogue between the forest service and tribal representatives… Continue Reading


Sheriff: Fatally Shot Man Fired at Officers; Investigation Continues

The Round Mountain man shot and killed by Redding police officers on Thursday, Aug. 4, had fired at them during their pursuit of him on South Market Street, an ongoing Shasta County’s Sheriff’s Office investigation has confirmed so far. The… Continue Reading

American Landscape Artist-in-Residence Braveheart to Speak

What: Presentation by photographer Rick Braveheart, Whiskeytown National Recreation Area’s current artist-in-residence When: Thursday (April 28), 6 p.m. Where: Turtle Bay Visitor Center Theater Cost: Free to the public Turtle Bay Exploration Park, in conjunction with Whiskeytown National Recreation Area,… Continue Reading


Redding’s Lacrosse Jamboree Showcases Nation’s Oldest Sport

The fastest-growing youth sport in America is also its oldest. Lacrosse – a fast-paced running game played with long sticks and a ball — got its start with the Onondaga Nation of Iroquois in what later became upstate New York.

On Saturday and Sunday, this American Indian tradition … Continue Reading