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Read some articles from back issues of the print edition and supplemental content.
● By Kimberly Boney
The rustic wooden sign with the painted white lettering reads, “You are ascending into Paradise” – and truer words were never spoken.
● By Richard DuPertuis
The woman from Redding ran hard on soft Maui sand. It slipped beneath her feet with each stride, robbing her of traction, but she bore on, eyeing the finish not that far ahead.
● By Kendra Kaiserman
Nostalgia – a sentimental longing or wistful affection for the past, typically for a period or place with happy personal associations. Dude’s Drive Inn in Redding is home to nostalgia...
● By Jordan Venema
Living in California, it’s easy to take for granted its sweeping landscapes and natural beauty.
● By Phil Reser
“I come from a place where rock ‘n’ roll means something,” Joan Jett proclaimed during her 2015 induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
● By Melissa Gulden
For many of us, particularly those of us who are educators or parents of school-age kids, August represents the beginning of the year more than January. So why wait until the actual new year to change up your look?
● By Laura Christman
When Jim Richardson landed the top job at Lassen Volcanic National Park he was seven time zones away, surrounded by the open sea and World War II history.
● By Kerri Regan
Maddie Nightingale wasn’t much taller than a goose when her grandfather took her fishing for the first time.
● By Gwen Lawler Tough
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...
● By Melissa Mendonca
For fans of thick-crust pizza, Firehouse Pizza in Red Bluff is a perennial favorite.