Locally, Redding has historically been an economy based on and driven by natural resources like lumber and agriculture, but a small movement of local entrepreneurial thinkers and doers is working to change that perception through innovative business models. Shasta County… Continue Reading
Unfortunately, there’s a problem with doing well. Even though Shasta County students graduate high school at rates higher than the state average, the majority of area students are far less likely to pack up their bags and head to college… Continue Reading
Children in elementary school often proclaim what they want to be when they grow up. An examination of one’s adult friends, however, reveals the sobering truth: few children become firefighters or doctors. And if one of your buddies happens to be an astronaut,… Continue Reading
The Redding Planning Commission voted today 5-1 in favor of passing Turtle Bay’s plan for a 130-room hotel to the City Council for a final decision. The concerns addressed during the commission’s Sept. 14 meeting – pedestrian and bicycle traffic… Continue Reading
Think back to your formative years – can you imagine your elementary school setting the standards for energy efficient schools throughout the nation?
Future graduates of the new Redding School of the Arts will be able to say so… Continue Reading
Construction on the new Redding School of the Arts campus is underway. During a media event held this morning at the McConnell Foundation, Foundation president and CEO Lee Salter and principal architect at Trilogy Architecture James Theimer gave a presentation… Continue Reading