Now that we’ve finally gotten some of the glorious rain that our North State needed so desperately, we’re marching into spring.
While youngsters chase leprechauns and search for that elusive pot of gold, we can’t wait to watch Dorothy follow the...
The story of “Nuka, Tera and Little Girl” was the imaginary adventure of Chris Messer and her two older brothers, an adventure they built upon every day as children living overseas. Since her big brothers never knew just what her name should be in...
Although St Patrick’s Day comes but once a year, its spirit lives on in St. Shameless Day, celebrated on the 17th of each of the remaining 11 months at Shameless O’Leery’s Irish Pub & Restaurant in Redding. “Once a year is just not enough for us,”...
Life can turn on a dime, and when it does, YouCaring.com is there to help those experiencing financial hardship get back on course. In just two years, the Redding-based fundraising website has shepherded more than $65 million for 30,000 fundraisers, 5,000 of them currently active.
The first Ultimate Spelling Bee Challenge, put on by the Back to School Project and sponsored by California Walnut Company, will launch at 5 pm March 22 in Red Bluff High School’s gymnasium. The fast-paced, high-energy fundraising event is the brainchild of Kim Berry, who feels that every child should begin the school year with “pride, dignity and a sense of self-worth.”
In the beginning, consumers who sought out vitamins, supplements and organic foods were known as “health food nuts” and if they entered the public consciousness at all, it was usually as a punch line.
Mount Shasta offers an incredible variety of hiking and biking experiences, from the sublime to the extreme. In the highly accessible sublime category is the seven-mile trail that circumnavigates Lake Siskiyou.
Those hoping for success in the independent business world would do well to listen to Redding’s John Yates. Yates has been expanding and evolving his successful venture in the North State for more than 30 years.