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I recently attended the National Conference for Media Reform in Denver, Colorado. The four-day affair was exhilarating and valuable in many ways.  The single most remarkable thing about the conference was the intelligence, generosity and passion...

Cristian Randall Cherrison attended Liberty Christian High School and Simpson College in Redding. Kip worked as a mentor and counselor for high-risk youth and excelled in the field of sales. He moved to Seattle, Washington, in 2001, where he owned his own ecological exterior home care business. He met his wife, Laura Rose Peterson i

The Board of Trustees of the Shasta-Tehama-Trinity Joint Community College District, by unanimous vote, named Joe E. Wyse as its next Superintendent/President. Mr. Wyse follows current Shasta College Superintendent/President Gary A. Lewis, who announced...

The week will start off wet as a storm system moves through Northern California. This storm will be east of our area by Monday afternoon and skies will be clearing.

Tuesday will be sunny and warmer with temperatures in the upper 60s or lower 70s. Wednesday and Thursday, a cold low-pressure area (storm) will move into …

We will have weak storm systems move across Northern California about every 3 days. The first of these systems will bring rain to the area Monday (April 18th). Tuesday and most of Wednesday will be sunny, with daytime temperatures Tuesday reaching the upper 60s and lower 70s. The next weak storm will move into the area late Wednesday afternoon and …

Public officials, engineers, contractors and even a few disinterested citizens celebrated the completion of the Cypress Avenue bridge in Redding on Thursday afternoon. Although the bridge opened to automobile, bicycle and pedestrian traffic about...

In the firefighting profession, time is everything.

The loss of a minute on a call could mean the difference between a home being damaged or completely destroyed. Time can translate to a person being rescued or mortally trapped.

So when Redding Fire Chief Kevin Kreitman points to a map …