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April 2018 Enjoy—Dress Code

THEY SAY you’re never fully dressed without a smile – that’s the kind of dress code that we can get behind, and we have all sorts of things to grin about this month.

Classic Cars and Community with Kool April Nites

KOOL APRIL NITES is a nonprofit organization that presents a week-long public event for classic car enthusiasts every April.

Eleven Days of Red Bluff Round-Up

WHILE RED BLUFF signature professional rodeo offers three thrilling days of the sport, locals are fond of saying there are actually 11 days of Round-Up.

World Champion Barrel Racer Nellie Miller

IT'S WHEN NELLIE MILLER'S young daughters are with her on her parents’ Cottonwood ranch helping her care for horses that she fully embodies the reason three generations of her family have committed to life in rodeo.

Almond Blossoms in the North State

FROM BAKERSFIELD TO RED BLUFF, commuters may notice half a million acres of almond orchards distinctly featured by white and pink blossoms that come into bloom during February.

Aaron and Jessica Souza's Extreme Escape

A MAD SCIENTIST has released a deadly virus in town, goes the storyline. You must find the formula for the cure in his lab – no meager task, for he has sealed the information with 15 locks.

Preserving and Protecting Birds and their Habitats with Altacal Audubon Society

THE BIRDS OF BUTTE COUNTY can rest free due to the vital efforts of the Altacal Audubon Society. The society promotes the awareness, appreciation and protection of native birds and their habitats.

Our Spectacular California Sky

NORTHERN CALIFORNIA PROVIDES BEAUTY and excellent places to explore throughout all seasons. However, sometimes one area is often missed – the big, beautiful California sky. March is a great time to look up!

Sundial Film Festival Celebrates 10 Years

FOR STUDENT ATHLETES, there’s always the big game against the cross-town rival or possibly the playoffs. For kids focusing on graphic arts, however, those kinds of competitive opportunities just aren’t there.

Shasta Camp in Siskiyou County

IT ALL STARTED BACK IN 1947, when a group of hardy Methodists who’d been camping out in the forest below Castle Lake began building a permanent camp.
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