Community

Big Dreams

If there’s something folks in far Northern California know, it’s the real deal. Maybe that’s why Cornerstone Community Bank is where it is today.  Started in 2006, Cornerstone stands todayRead More
Arts + Entertainment, Community

Behren’s-Eaton House Museum

A trip back to the turn of the century – the 19th Century – is possible in Redding. Just head to the Eaton House on West Street where history isRead More
Arts + Entertainment, Community

State of the Art

One of the best days in the past two years was seeing the Cascade Theatre marquee lit up as the Redding icon finally got to host a live event. TheRead More
Community, Food + Dining

Changing Lives One Cup at a Time

Chris and Erin Resner aren’t in the coffee business, they’re in the business of changing lives —one cup at a time. For the past 18 years, the Resners have grownRead More
Community

Building Blocks

Eric Hiatt posed the question: How can a boutique development firm and a local architecture studio come together to add value and transform downtown Redding for people to want toRead More
Community, Health + Fitness, Life + Leisure

Know Your Stuff

Jefferson State Adventure Hub walks the walk … and bikes the bike … and paddles the kayak. Jasper and Melissa Hudson – along with sons Ryker and Rhett and shopRead More
Community, Health + Fitness

Dignity Health

In 2021, most North State residents know Mercy Medical Center Redding as a world-class hospital providing responsive, passionate care to its patients. Many might not realize, however, that Mercy’s beginningsRead More
Arts + Entertainment, Community, Life + Leisure, Recreation + Outdoors

Turtle Bay

For nearly 20 years, Turtle Bay Exploration Park has been inspiring. The cultural heartbeat of Redding, Turtle Bay formed in 2002 from the merger of the Redding Museum of ArtRead More
Community, Food + Dining, Life + Leisure, Recreation + Outdoors

Sheraton Hotel

In the presence of family and friends, begin a life of happily ever after at the Sheraton Redding Hotel at the Sundial Bridge in Redding, California. Their flexible indoor andRead More
Community, Life + Leisure

Ron White

Realtor Ron White’s goal isn’t to help you buy or sell your next home – it’s to far exceed your expectations. And that makes perfect sense from a guy whoRead More
Community, Life + Leisure

Redding Municipal Airport

For nearly 74 years, the Redding Municipal Airport has connected the North State with the world – and there are bigger things still to come. RDD (Redding’s airport code) hasRead More
Arts + Entertainment, Community

Redding Arts Project

What began in 1997 as the Redding Ballet Academie has transformed into the Redding Arts Project. And while ballet is still a major component, RAP provides a home for allRead More
Community, Health + Fitness

Wyntour Gardens

Never underestimate the power of a locally-owned business. That’s something Mike and Stacy Giles say they’ve learned in the year since they bought Wyntour Gardens Nursery on Airport Road. “We’veRead More
Arts + Entertainment, Community, Life + Leisure

Phoenix Charter Academy

Phoenix Charter Academy offers a chance for your student to rise. This K-12 independent study homeschool charter in Redding provides educational choice for families who wish to educate their childrenRead More
Community, Life + Leisure

K2 Development

Market Center, in the heart of Downtown Redding, might not be K2 Development Companies’ first project, but it could be its most significant. The mixed-use development has completely transformed theRead More
Community, Life + Leisure

House of Realty

For more than 56 years, House of Realty has been focused on bringing you home. Times might have changed since Robert F. Middleton started House of Realty with three othersRead More
Arts + Entertainment, Community

Cascade Theatre

Perhaps you’ve seen the bumper sticker that reads “The Earth without ‘art’ is just ‘eh.” For fans of the Cascade Theatre, the COVID-19 shutdown made life feel “eh” without concerts,Read More
Community, Shopping

Boundary Waters

You might not know the name Boundary Waters – yet – but you sure know their work. The custom designs from the Hartnell Avenue screenprinting shop adorn shirts and sweatshirtsRead More
Community, Life + Leisure

Authority Property Management

Six years ago, Joline and Aaron Robertson started Authority Property Management with no clients, but a belief that they could be a company that benefited both the property owners andRead More
Community, Life + Leisure, Recreation + Outdoors

Wyntour Gardens

Never underestimate the power of a locally owned business. That’s something Mike and Stacy Giles say they’ve learned in the year since they bought Wyntour Gardens Nursery on Airport Road.Read More