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● By Jordan Venema
As you tread softly, there’s a gentle crunch of leaves underfoot. The sun shines through branches onto the forest floor, casting mottled shadows.
● By Kendra Kaiserman
On Nov. 11, 2015, 10-year-old Preston Sharp entered a cemetery to honor one veteran, not knowing that later that day he would develop an idea that would pay tribute to many.
● By Patrick John
I have my nasal allergy inhaler in one hand, and a box of Kleenex in the other.
● By Jennifer Saechao
Tired of not having a fun and safe place to hangout in Redding? We have a solution for you!
● By Jon Lewis
Ed Stuhl’s was a life lived so large that it’s only fitting his legacy will be forever associated with Mt. Shasta, one of the titans of the Cascade Range.
● By Melissa Mendonca
When Kathy Sibert gives a tour of the Red Bluff Round Up Museum, she gives a bit of her family history, as well.
● By Jon Lewis
It was a toasty 118 degrees on that Fourth of July day in 1985 when Richard and Ann Malotky rolled into Redding in a U-Haul with their 6-month-old son, Max.
● By Richard DuPertuis
A large quilt hangs in the Fireside Room at Redding Methodist Church.
● By Kerri Regan
Graceful and athletic, strong and elastic. On earth, Joe Friedman bends like a contortionist. In the air, he defies gravity.
● By Billy Pilgrim
It’s the town with the funny name, and just 27 miles east of Redding on Highway 44, but sometimes on a hot summer day, it seems like a world away.