Weaverville’s cherished golf course was on the ropes. The restaurant and bar was about to become a church and a developer was envisioning a housing project on the nine-hole layout.
Gregory Thorson was a kindergartner when he saw a professional stage production of Shakespeare’s “Macbeth.”
Ask someone who fly fishes where his or her favorite water flows and you are likely to get either a vague reply or none at all, for passionate anglers keep their sacred spots...
In spite of a history dating back more than six decades, Tsasdi Resort (pronounced ‘szawz-dee’), located in Lakehead, may be one of the best-kept secrets in the North State.
If you’re a fan of Mt. Shasta (and who isn’t?), this leg of the Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway will delight you - it offers a view from just about every angle.
Whoever said exercise isn’t fun probably never rode an electric bike.
From the Klamath Mountains to the Central Valley, the Sacramento River spans 382 miles from Northern California, eventually merging with the San Joaquin River and feeding into the San Francisco Bay.
Tiger Field is so beautiful this summer. The newly mown grass in the outfield and infield is a deep green.
“It’s a chance to see part of our country, see all the beauty that’s out there,” Kristyanna Virgona says about the experience of hiking the Pacific Crest Trail.
A teenager crosses paths with Gina Woznica at the mall and knows he recognizes her, but can’t quite figure out why.