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Film Director Roger Slagle

By Billy Pilgrim, 07/25/2017, Categories: In Print, Arts+Entertainment, Today

To know him is to love him. And to know him is to be fascinated by this wonderful friend of mine who loves deeply and fully and speaks directly from the heart.

From the Ground Up Farms in Chico

By Kayla Anderson, 07/25/2017, Categories: In Print, Community, Today

It is a warm spring weekend day in Northern California, and in a quiet Chico neighborhood, one of From the Ground Up Farms’ biggest gardens is teeming with the activity of bustling...

Stuffed Mushrooms with Goat Cheese & Herb-Roasted Tomatoes

By Lana Granfors, 07/25/2017, Categories: In Print, Food+Dining, Today

This recipe makes a great savory appetizer or “meatless Monday” main dish.

Amtrak Adventures

By Gwen Lawler Tough, 07/25/2017, Categories: In Print, Life+Leisure, Today

Dusk was falling and so was snow. Blanketing the forest of firs for as far as the eye could see, it was stunningly beautiful. It happened on the #11 train traveling through Oregon...

It’s All in the Wool at Shepherd’s Dream

By Richard DuPertuis, 06/26/2017, Categories: In Print, Arts+Entertainment

A mattress under construction at Shepherd’s Dream lies on the floor. Its organic cotton cover contains layer after layer of wool batting that lofts the mattress’s height to a full 12 inches.

John Mancasola Takes Over as President and CEO of The McConnell Foundation

By Jon Lewis, 06/26/2017, Categories: In Print, Community, Life+Leisure, Today

John Mancasola freely admits he knew next to nothing about private foundations when he graduated from law school and embarked on what he figured would be a cut-and-dried career as an...

Connecting with the Camera of Barbara Luzzadder

By Melissa Mendonca, 06/26/2017, Categories: In Print, Arts+Entertainment, Life+Leisure, Today

When Red Bluff artist Barbara Luzzadder heard there would be a super moon a few years ago, she immediately wondered if it would spend any time over Lassen Peak.

Strawhouse Resort and Cafe in Big Flat

By Sandie Tillery, 06/26/2017, Categories: In Print, Life+Leisure, Today, Recreation

Drive a little distance from Redding along Highway 299 to the west and before long, the Trinity River demands attention as the winding road skirts the river and sidles up against...

Paul Thorn to Perform in Chico

By Phil Reser, 06/26/2017, Categories: In Print, Arts+Entertainment, Today

Growing up in Tupelo, Miss., the son of a Church of God minister, singing and playing tambourine in Southern revivals, is what prepared Paul Thorn for a life in front of an audience.

Chuck Hawes, Bow Maker

By Jon Lewis, 06/26/2017, Categories: In Print, Arts+Entertainment, Life+Leisure, Today

With their cams, pulleys, cables, stabilizers, sights and trigger releases, compound bows are cool, competent and uncannily accurate weapons capable of consistently putting arrows inside...

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