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Moon Lim Lee's Legacy

In 1985, Carole Lee remembers getting a call from then-President Ronald Reagan giving his condolences on the death of her father, Moon Lim Lee. Reagan referred to Lee as “a good man and a great friend.” Duane Heryford, who worked for Lee from 1953-1963, called him “a quiet, mild-mannered man who got the job done and loved people.”

Jonny Be Good

Electric blues rocker Jonny Lang is now a born-again Christian. About a decade ago, he faced a crossroads in his music career and personal life.

The Wright Sound

photos: Brent Van Auken rent Van Auken PILGRIM CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH WELCOMES A NEW MUSIC SERIES Designed by the renowned architect Frank Lloyd Wright in the late 1950s, the building is home of the United Church of Christ and has long been the venue for Shasta High School’s extravagant Madrigal Dinner.

The Beat Goes On

photos: Brent Van Auken Brent Van Auken WALES-BORN DRUMMER STEVE JOSEPH TEACHES WITH PASSION His students rarely know what to expect when they sit down for a lesson, but one thing they quickly learn—with Steve Joseph, they’re dealing with a drummer’s drummer.

Sutter Buttes

THE SMALLEST CONTINUOUS MOUNTAIN RANGE IN THE UNITED STATES Odds are you take a look at them whether it’s your first pass or your 500th. There’s something so improbable about a mountain range popping up smack-dab in the middle of the Sacramento Valley that it’s hard to resist a glance or two.

Casting Call

The Shasta Mayflies were founded 10 years ago by former fishing guide Rachael Andras in response to her encounters with women who needed help with all things fly fishing. Begun with only a dozen members, the club now numbers almost 100 fly fishers—novice to expert—from throughout Northern California and Southern Oregon.

A Flowering Business

Sixty-Five Years With Mallery's Florist and Gift Shop Photos by: Kara Stewart Photos by: Kara Stewart Sixty-five years ago, 19-year-old Reva and her parents visited a new business in town, Mallery’s Nursery and Florist (then located on the corner of Pine and Placer streets in Redding) to order flowers for Reva’s upcoming wedding to Cledert (Dick) Richard. Theirs was the first wedding arranged by Mildred and Richard Mallery. In October 2011, one of Mildred and Richard’s grandsons delivered an anniversary arrangement ordered by the Richards’ daughter Susie, an annual tradition. The Richards remain faithful patrons to a business that has helped them celebrate births, birthdays, anniversaries and other momentous events since that first one in 1945.

What A Journey

Photos: Tommy Corey & courtesy of Joe Corey tesy of Joe Corey THRU-HIKING THE PACIFIC CREST TRAIL WITH REDDING'S JOE COREY Zigzagging through deserts, forests and alpine country, the Pacific Crest Trail is an American jewel. Legions of people come from around the world to explore swatches of the picturesque trail, by horse or on foot.

Well Preserved

Photos: Bret Christensen Bret Christensen GRIDLEY MUSEUM'S VOLUNTEER IS A NATIVE DAUGHTER RuthAnn King spends her days tending to the treasures inside the quaint Gridley Museum, which celebrates the cultural heritage of Gridley and Butte County.

Warp Speed

Story: Jon Lewis BONNEVILLE SALT FLATS SPEED WEEK It’s little more than desolation to some, yet to others it’s a land of enchantment and unlimited possibilities. It’s little more than desolation to some, yet to others it’s a land of enchantment and unlimited possibilities.

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