Monthly Archives: March 2010

11 months of unfair housing comes to an end Thursday

This downtown Redding banner across windswept Pine Street proclaims it thus: April is Fair Housing Month. So ends 11 months of presumably grueling unfairness. Until May. Actually, Fair Housing isn’t just a month, its the law. But we need a … Continue reading

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Free legal services for low income folks in the Redding area.

I posted an article over at A News Cafe about local free legal services available to low income individuals and families. It’s pretty comprehensive, so I won’t repeat it all here. Here’s a link to the article about the free … Continue reading

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Redding Eagle Cam shows eggs and chicks

This is my 300th ReallyRedding blogpost! Whew. That’s quite a milestone. Thanks to all my viewers! Here we see an image my brother Ron sent me of the bald eagle in Redding that’s from the Eagle Cam that’s positioned over … Continue reading

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Ken DeCamp Photography tonight at Turtle Bay 6-8 pm

Ken DeCamp is a local photographer who takes terrific shots of the natural beauty found in the forests around us. You can view his work this evening at Turtle Bay from 6-8 pm. You can also see examples of his … Continue reading

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RABA – Redding's local mass transit system

RABA is the Redding Area Bus Authority. They are the only local mass transit system in the greater Redding area. They also contract with a bus service to Burney. They operate 6 days a week about 12 hours a day. … Continue reading

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Women's Event offers local networking and education

Women Making History was an event held at the Atrium in Downtown Redding on March 21. It was an opportunity to hear speakers and meet representatives from local Women’s and Family Services, like The NorthState Chapter of California Women Lead. … Continue reading

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Ridding Redding, and changing to Googleville or something

Redding was apparently named after an otherwise unremarkable railroad employee. I think before that, the area was generally known as poverty flats or skunk hollow. Right now, Google is taking applications to bring ultra high speed internet to some lucky … Continue reading

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Be counted. The census matters

I especially loved the first line in the form. “Count all people, including babies…” as though there were some question as to whether babies were people. We got our form yesterday. It’s going right back out. It’s important to count … Continue reading

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Lake level on the rise, looks like an excellent summer ahead

See why we live here? Took these shots yesterday at the overlook. The lake is filling nicely, and the snowpack looks awesome. Yay! Somebody tell the tourists.

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Nick's Bella Vista Grill

Nick’s Grill in Bella Vista looks like an ordinary roadside food stop. Directly on Hwy 299E. They have all the regular food one might expect. And great coffee. Really, much better coffee than you might expect. But that’s not why … Continue reading

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