Not long after Pam and Gary Kruth settled into their Lake Redding Estates home, they decided some remodeling was in order.
There is nothing in the world quite like the joy and warmth of a home donning its holiday best.
If you have ever driven the short distance from Chico to Paradise, you have probably sensed the dramatic change in geography and climate.
On any given semester at Shasta College’s Tehama campus, the American Sign Language (ASL) classes taught by Cathy Wilson are consistently full, with many students choosing to advance...
The tinsel and twinkly lights announce the Christmas holiday, but the season of giving celebrated at Mercy Foundation North’s Festival of Trees lasts throughout the year.
With all her outdoor activities, it’s not easy catching up with Karen Little of Redding. Shortly after her hike on the Pacific Crest Trail near Lake Tahoe, she was headed out...
Not long after hanging up his flight gear from a 43-year career as a helicopter pilot, Vietnam veteran Bruce Riecke of Red Bluff noticed a change within.
In 2004, Andy Keller, the president and founder of Chico Bag, had come to a personal crossroads.
The cool breeze of November brings a powdered sugar covering of snow over Mount Shasta. Deep oranges and reds in the oak stands below mark the fading fall.