THE CARR FIRE tried to knock the North State to its knees, but a community’s renewed spirit is rising from the ashes. Who are we now?
How to Best Support Those Who Lost Everything
THE ASCENSION PROJECT, Inc. is a nonprofit organization centered on leadership development through the sport of tennis.
FRED HAMPTON was more than a little down on his luck at the rest stop in Merlin, Ore., on a bone-chilling day in December a few years ago.
MICHELLE SOUSA laughs at how appropriate the winning name for her family business turned out to be. Drawn from a hat, everyone in the room agreed it was a perfect name.
A LIBRARY is rooted in community. Tehama County Library in Red Bluff has taken root in lots of locations.
EACH STROKE of the brush adds more color, more depth to the masterpiece at work. The bristles sweep against the wall with determined strokes as the artist paints with resolute focus on the section before him.
WHEN VISITING CHICO, most people easily notice and admire the Bidwell Mansion just off the Esplanade, near downtown. However, another impressive historic home, the Stansbury Home, sits less than a mile away on the corner of Fifth and Salem streets.
THIS YEAR, Redding’s South Bechelli source for bicycles and bike service celebrates its 40th year in business.
AMANDA BARRAGAR KNOWS firsthand what it means as a kid to venture into the Trinity Alps Wilderness Area, which is why she’s dedicated to ensuring other youth can have that experience.