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In The Bull's Eye

Some of the best bucking bulls  in professional bull riding are raised in Red Bluff. Through careful consideration of genetics and years of experience, Don Kish has established a string of animal athletes well sought out by both the Professional Rodeo Cowboy Association and Professional Bull Riders.

Continuous Inspiration

When Tricia Kibler’s family moved into their new home a year ago, she had her priorities sketched out. “We didn’t even have a kitchen table yet and I was on a ladder painting a humpback whale on the wall,” she says.

Alehouse Rock

When Robert Martinez opened the Redding Alehouse on Hilltop Drive about five years ago, he knew he needed to establish his own identity. He was moving into the space formerly occupied by the Red, White and Brew — a well-worn pub with a loyal following.

Rockin Ron

Tales of Meteor Music Story by: Kerri Regan Rockin’ Ron Sullivan is well aware that in today’s world, many folks tote their music collection around on a device that’s no larger than a credit card. But if they haven’t heard their favorite song spinning on a turntable, they haven’t truly experienced that music.

Last Frontier

Story: Kerri Regan Redding Based Region 5 Smokejumpers Lightning sparks a blaze that rages through the Shasta-Trinity National Forest, far from the reach of fire hydrants and water tenders. From the sky, the cavalry arrives, bailing out of a plane and parachuting into the woods

Music Man

Story: Wyatt Olson Nick Ciampi's Passion For Music For Nick Ciampi, music is life. He hears music where there is none, and he shares his love of music with everyone he encounters through teaching, performing and storytelling.

Dutch Love

Story: Kerri Regan The Resners Serve More Than Just a Cup of Joe Chris and Erin Resner know it’s not tough to make a cup of coffee. Grind some fresh beans, brew up a steamy cup, maybe fancy it up with a little milk, soy or flavored syrup. Lots of places do it, cup after cup, around the clock.

American Roots

Loving music… it started there. Since he quit his day job, Jim Dyar now has time to give himself over to his passion… making music. A decade of interviewing some of the best musicians in the industry as the entertainment editor of the Record Searchlight “worked up this buried love that I had for music,” Dyar says. When he left the newspaper, he found the freedom to make his part-time passion a fulltime pursuit and to share it with others as a vocation, not just a hobby.

Last Frontier

Lightning sparks a blaze that rages through the Shasta-Trinity National Forest, far from the reach of fire hydrants and water tenders. From the sky, the cavalry arrives, bailing out of a plane and parachuting into the woods

From A Village To The World

Author of the critically acclaimed novels Whiteman and The Koncans, Tony D’Souza loves living in Dunsmuir because it feels like a village. “I miss village life from Africa,” he says. D’Souza lived in Ivory Coast, Africa, as a Peace Corps volunteer where he taught AIDS education.
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