With its impressive size, sweeping curves and emerald green water, the Sacramento River is a defining feature of Redding and an easy way to enjoy a decent-sized stretch of the river is to take a ride on Park Marina Drive.… Continue Reading
For more than two hours on Tues. Aug. 30, Redding folks had a chance to catch sight of an all-electric bus touring some of the city’s major arteries. It was hard to miss — 40 feet long, silvery and sleek,… Continue Reading
On May 12, 2013, the Record Searchlight published a letter from Mike Warren, CEO of Turtle Bay, to his employees. We were uncertain about some of his statements and wrote him a letter asking for clarity regarding his request for wanting more… Continue Reading
When Turtle Bay Exploration Park leaders went looking for a partner to develop and operate a hotel next to the Redding museum, they found an eager partner in San Diego-based Azul Hospitality Group. Azul, which runs destination resorts and hotels,… Continue Reading
Back in the 1970s, the only thing resembling a “Sacramento River Trail” in Redding was an old railroad grade on the hillside between the river and some west Redding neighborhoods. Much as today, a thick layer of medium-sized rock covered… Continue Reading
Plans are afoot to build a second deck on the iconic Sundial Bridge across the Sacramento River in Redding.
According to city of Redding officials, a second deck is needed to separate slow-moving strollers, casual dog-walkers and gawkers who clog the span from the cyclists, runners, in-line skaters and power walkers who only want to … Continue Reading
Redding City Manager Kurt Starman has been having conversations about how to cut an additional $5 million from the city’s budget. According to a story in last week’s Record Searchlight, one such discussion reportedly involved Turtle Bay CEO (and former… Continue Reading