Text zip code to TXT211 (898211) and a specialist will help you.REDDING, Calif. â€” The United Way of Northern California has expanded 2-1-1 services in Shasta and Tehama counties with the option to text.Communications & Outreach Specialist Christina Gutierrez said before residents had to either call 2-1-1 or go to their website for help.By adding a texting option people looking for services can send their zip code to TXT211 (898211) and communicate with a volunteer.2-1-1 helps to connect...
Gene's Drive-In demolishedREDDING, Calif. â€” A piece of Redding history has officially come to an end, Gene's Drive-In Hamburgers off Highway 273 was demolished Tuesday morning.Gene's was founded in the 1950's and sold to Ryan Vicklund in 2016. Vicklund made major renovations to the building and hoped to make the establishment thrive but the business closed permanently in 2017.Mark Sivesind watched the demolition and was not surprised at the decision.
REDDING, Calif. - The day of the game has been changed since this article was originally written due to the fires burning in Southern California. The game will now take place on Saturday, December 9. The Shasta High School football team is preparing for their big game Saturday against Marin Catholic on their home turf. The Wolves were out practicing Monday for the Northstate Regional Finals on Saturday. Head Coach J.C. Hunsaker said in his three years as head coach he's tried to make the game fun.
North wind stronger than originally thought helped #Redding crack into the 80's and will break another daily record at the airport. Red Bluff hit 79° before the wind switched to the South. #CAwxhttps://t.co/1VF6ZIE0mb
Officially broke the record high temperature in Redding and Red Bluff today. Unofficially in Orland, Paradise, Burney, Chico, Oroville and Chester. Staying warm and dry all week. #CAwxhttps://t.co/Y7Ha8AGnjk
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Selecting a term
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