As the dust settles on the November 2016 election, our city leaders have vowed to move on and reconvene to live within our means. The wide margin failure of Measure D – the proposed half-cent general sales tax increase intended to… Continue Reading
Laura McHaney opposes Measures D&E and has authored an opinion piece that has appeared in the Record Searchlight and now on ANewsCafe.com. While her statements are factually correct, she leaves important information out that would help reasonable people conclude that… Continue Reading
Bring water conservation ideas to the first informational meeting about a 1,000 foot Slip ‘N’ Slide that will be coming to Placer Street this July. The slide has generated publicity about water conservation in the community and the entire campaign… Continue Reading
Do you cast your votes based solely upon the sentiment of a political sign proudly displayed on your favorite neighbor’s yard? I didn’t think so. Despite the idea that political lawn signs are more a celebration of one’s choice… Continue Reading
REDDING, Calif — An independent citizens committee of local business leaders, organizations, and voters has organized a group to promote the positive benefits of building a four-star Sheraton hotel in the heart of Redding.
The group, named REVIVE for Redding Empowered to Vote for Increased Visitors and Employment, is being led by Rocky Continue Reading