Community, Life + Leisure

My Town: Shelly Davis

Shelly Davis – Siskiyou…MN BSN-RN PHN CCHP / Siskiyou County Health & Human Services / Director, Public Health Division / Director of Inmate Health / Director of Nursing. My husbandRead More
Community, Recreation + Outdoors

Conservation Excellence

A strong commitment to public trust and conservation excellence… Chico, California (Aug. 20, 2020) – One thing that unites us as a nation is land: Americans strongly support saving the openRead More
Community

Retro Tech Lab

Digital details from Tehama County… If there’s a box sitting somewhere in a dark recess of your home that you just can’t get rid of because it contains VHS tapesRead More
Community

California Conservation

Pathway to success with the California Conservation Corps… When 22-year-old Jerry Randolph moved from Arcata to Redding last year to join the California Conservation Corps, she knew she’d be challenged.Read More
Community, Recreation + Outdoors

The State of Skate

The skateboarding scene in the North State… It doesn’t matter if it’s the Dogtown culture of 1970s Santa Monica or the blistering heat at the Redding or Anderson skate parks,Read More
Community

Rescued With Love

Catz And Dogz of the North State… It began as a personal quest over a community concern.  Someone had reported a litter of kittens running across the drive-thru at theRead More
Community, Recreation + Outdoors

Resource Conservation

Land that I Love, Tehama County… Soil erosion was brought to Congress’ attention during the Dust Bowl era of the 1930s. It was shown to be the number one priorityRead More
Community

Downtown Redding Details

Plans for a Shady Downtown, August 2020 Update… It’s no secret that one of the 11 herbs and spices in the proprietary blend that makes up Redding is beautiful lushRead More
Community, Life + Leisure

Wintu Museum

A history of tradition in Shasta Lake… The Wintu Cultural Museum shares the story of the Wintu Tribe through artifacts, photographs and documents. It’s a look at the past, butRead More
Community, Life + Leisure

Manton Monastery

Eat, work, love… Tucked away on 42 acres of Ponderosa pine trees in Manton is the Monastery of St. John, a foundation of prayer, work and love for the EasternRead More
Community, Food + Dining

Milk & Honey 1860

Skin And Vintage-Style Farm Products… The change in Elizabeth Larson’s ceramic jar wasn’t for a dream vacation or a new car. Yet her family knew it was for something justRead More
Community

Elmore Pharmacy

More than your neighborhood pharmacy… The vintage neon sign for Elmore Pharmacy that hangs at Walnut and Washington streets in downtown Red Bluff is almost as iconic to the townRead More
Community

Yreka Sign Restoration

Sign of the past… In 1891, the first “electric spectacular” was installed in New York City – a 50-foot-high by 80-foot-wide outdoor sign containing 1,457 attention-grabbing lamps. Soon after, nightRead More
Community

Schreder Planetarium

Friendship that’s out of this world… Sometimes, a good friend comes along at just the right moment to remind us of our sense of worth. For the Schreder Planetarium, aRead More
Community, Life + Leisure

My Town: Dee Donnelson

My Town: Beautiful Landscape, Caring People… To understand how I feel about Trinity County you would have to get a bit of drama background. I had always felt from aRead More
Community, Recreation + Outdoors

Born To Be Wild

Dye Creek Wildlife Rescue… Natalie Peterson didn’t let her nest stay empty too long after her youngest child moved out. In fact, her response was quite literal. “Emma says IRead More
Arts + Entertainment, Community

Turtle Bay TV

Lights, camera, action… Turtle Bay TV might be the biggest Redding success story you’ve never heard. When the whole state locked down months ago, the gates to the gardens hadRead More
Community, Food + Dining

Chicken Or The Egg

Awesome Araucanas In Cottonwood… Forty-seven years ago, Edd Sheppard took ownership of the sole surviving hen from a friend’s chicken flock that had been decimated by predators. Curious about theRead More
Community, Recreation + Outdoors

Sands of Time

Friends of the Dunes… The shifting sands of Humboldt County were first stunted in the 1900s by the introduction of non-native plant life, which were brought to the dunes withRead More