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Open Call

Photo: Bret Christensen Photo: Bret Christensen Photo: Bret Christensen Tammy Jones can’t remember a time when she wasn’t singing, and even her earliest efforts were validated: “My teacher in third grade was devastated when I had chicken pox and couldn’t sing in the Christmas program,” Jones recalls with a laugh. “I was the only one who sang loud and knew all the words.”

Juan Mean Burrito

Photos: Bret Christensen Photos: Bret Christensen Photos: Bret Christensen tos: Bret Christensen Burrito Bandito was inspired by one of life’s basic needs: A perfect mix of meat, beans and veggies, accessorized with a smidge of sour cream, a drizzle of salsa and a whole lot of guacamole, tightly swaddled into a flour tortilla bigger than your face.

Get Acquainted

Photo by Bret Christensen Photo by Bret Christensen et Christensen Job/Title: Morning News Anchor KRCR Newschannel 7 Personal: Husband: Jerry Olenyn; children, Jeremy, 11, and Ryan, 7 Tell us how you got into the news business: I started working as an intern at WLNS, the CBS affiliate in Lansing, Mich., then I worked part-time at the station while finishing my degree at Michigan State University. Upon graduation, I started working at WLNS full-time, and soon I was anchoring the weekend news. I was just out of college and covering major stories every day, from labor negotiations at General Motors to political debates at the Michigan state capital.

Forget Me Not

Photos: Jim Blasquez Photos: Jim Blasquez Photos: Jim Blasquez Blasquez A flower garden of purple, yellow, orange and green sprouted and disappeared on the north side of the Sundial Bridge all in one hour during the second annual Redding Walk to End Alzheimer’s. Some 250 participants, many in wheelchairs, many representing local assisted living and skilled nursing facilities, many in honor of loved ones living and dying with the disease, walked the two-mile route on Sept. 15 after planting their “promise” flowers. From the beginning words of inspiration to the final steps and retrieval of flowers, connections were made among those who carry the cause close to their hearts as advocates, caregivers and those afflicted. Redding participants joined thousands around the country who walked to raise money and awareness.

A Day Of Thanks

By Claudia Mosby By Claudia Mosby By Claudia Mosby a Mosby ~ Johannes A. Gaertner ~ Johannes A. Gaertner ~ Johannes A. Gaertner ~ Johannes A. Gaertner ~ Johannes A. Gaertner ~ Johannes A. Gaertner

The Little Girl Who Grew Up At Wyntoon

When my parents took employment at Wyntoon, William Randolph Hearst’s forested hideaway on the McCloud River near Mt. Shasta in 1936, my childhood ceased being a normal one.

Show & Tel

Photos: Kara Stewart Photos: Kara Stewart Photos: Kara Stewart Photos: Kara Stewart ewart Chef Reynald Tel is bringing a bit of French-style haute cuisine to Redding, and would-be gourmands everywhere are saying merci beaucoup.

In The Treetops

Story: Kerri Regan Story: Kerri Regan Story: Kerri Regan Kerri Regan Looking to go out on a limb for your next family vacation? Pack up your sense of adventure, channel your inner Tarzan and get thee to the Out’n’About Treehouse Treesort.

Gifted Musicians

Story: Kerri Regan Story: Kerri Regan Story: Kerri Regan i Regan Music teachers extol the virtues of practicing one’s instrument, and that advice is reasonable enough when you’ve chosen the flute or the clarinet, which tuck neatly into portable cases.

Forge Ahead

Photo: Bret Christensen Photo: Bret Christensen Photo: Bret Christensen istensen Only one-third of journeyman bladesmiths go on to become mastersmiths. Aaron Wilburn of Wilburn Forge plans to gain mastersmith status within the year—a title given to only 110 smiths worldwide.

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