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Remembering Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Stanley Cup Finals, TikTok and WeChat ban: 5 things to know this weekend
by Editors on September 19, 2020 at 12:00 am
Remembering Supreme Court Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the Stanley Cup Finals get underway and more things to start your weekend.
- Trump seeks rural votes in battleground Minnesota
Mourners honor life of Ruth Bader Ginsburg outside US Supreme Court
by rss.app on September 19, 2020 at 12:00 am
The justice died on Sept. 18, 2020. She was 87.
- Biden says 2020 winner should pick RBG successor
- The Emmys are 'literally all over the world'
Dozens of little-known California oil spills have earned companies millions of dollars
by rss.app on September 18, 2020 at 1:13 pm
The Golden State may be a leader on climate change, but inland oil spills that can endanger workers and harm the environment persist.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg dies, setting up nomination fight
by Richard Wolf on September 18, 2020 at 12:00 am
Virtually nothing motivates liberals and conservatives in America's culture wars more than a Supreme Court vacancy, particularly in an election year.
5-year-old 'super hiking twins' set record for summiting Mt. Shasta
by Skye Kinkade on September 18, 2020 at 12:00 am
Five-year-old Matthew and Arabella Adams of Los Angeles climbed slowly but surely for 22 hours over two days to reach Mt. Shasta's summit and return to the trailhead.
Worm your way out of apple pest problems
by Leimone Waite on September 18, 2020 at 12:00 am
Master gardener Leimone Waite answers readers’ questions about plants, garden tools and their use, and gardening techniques.
Officials: Firefighter battling fire sparked by gender-reveal event dies
by Rebecca Plevin on September 18, 2020 at 12:00 am
The incident occurred on Thursday, according to a statement from U.S. Forest Service officials. The cause of death is under investigation.
Big Noon Kickoff Crew on how Big Ten's return could impact college football playoff
on September 19, 2020 at 3:14 pm
With the Big Ten officially returning in October, Rob Stone asks Urban Meyer, Brady Quinn, Matt Leinart and Reggie Bush how this development could impact the college football playoffs.
Big Ten football schedule 2020: What to know about season start date & more for conference's return
by Tadd Haislop on September 19, 2020 at 3:08 pm
The Big Ten preserved a fall football schedule when it announced its plans to play in 2020, after all. Here is what to know about the schedule prior to the conference's announcement of team-by-team matchups.
Minnesota Gophers 2020 football schedule announced
on September 19, 2020 at 3:05 pm
Three days after announcing it would resume play, the Big Ten revealed its eight-game plus one 2020 schedule for the Minnesota Gophers
When does the Big Ten football season start? Full Week 1 schedule for Ohio State, Michigan & more
by Zac Al-Khateeb on September 19, 2020 at 3:03 pm
Sporting News breaks down the opening slate for Big Ten teams in October.
Matt Leinart on which Big Ten team will have the toughest road ahead
on September 19, 2020 at 3:01 pm
The Big Ten schedule has been revealed, and Matt Leinart weighs in with Urban Meyer, Reggie Bush, Brady Quinn and Rob Stone on which college team will have the toughest road ahead of them this season.
A fond farewell to the weird and wonderful Nintendo DS
by Kate Cox on September 19, 2020 at 3:30 pm
The Nintendo DS has come and gone—and I, at least, will miss both it and its era.
Spelunky 2 game review: Roguelite perfection
by Sam Machkovech on September 19, 2020 at 2:00 pm
Eight years after its console debut, Spelunky is trickier, more hilarious than ever.
Review: Netflix debuts two solid German offerings with Biohackers and Freaks
by Jennifer Ouellette on September 19, 2020 at 1:30 pm
A biotech thriller and a German take on The X-Men are good—just not as good as Dark.
Netflix’s Away splendidly brings a humans-to-Mars mission to life
by Eric Berger on September 19, 2020 at 1:00 pm
The show is aspirational. We could all use a little more of that in 2020.
When building an embryo, timing is everything
by John Timmer on September 19, 2020 at 12:30 pm
Mice take 21 days from egg to animal, humans take nine months. How's that managed?
About Redding, California
Redding California is nestled at the end of the Sacramento Valley. This hidden California jewel offers immense recreation, living and business opportunities. Located within the city limits is the famous Sundial Bridge, Turtle Bay Museum and the newly renovated Cascade Theatre. Redding is bisected by the world class fly fishing Sacramento River and is close to hiking, camping and boating at Lassen National Park, Whiskeytown National Recreation Area and the renowned Shasta Lake, Redding is the regional center of Northern California. Located at the intersection of I-5 and Highways 299 and 44, Redding is the hub for all of Shasta County and the gateway to the Trinity Alps and Cascade Recreation areas. Nearby Shasta Lake provides fishing, boating, camping and houseboat rental opportunities.
Redding has great schools. There are three major high schools, six middle schools, 46 elementary schools, 4 charter schools, and 30 private schools in Redding. Redding also has five colleges and universities: National University, a four year, private university, Shasta College, a public community college, CSU Chico at Shasta College University Center, Simpson University, a four-year Christian college, Shasta Bible College and Graduate School, a four-year Christian college.
There are many great community events held in Redding each year, Kool April Nites, The Redding Rodeo and famous Asphalt Cowboy’s Pancake Breakfast, The Rodeo Parade, The Trade Club’s Lighted Christmas Parade and summer favorite Marketfest. The Exchange Club’s Air Show is held bi-annually.
About Chico, California
Located in the heart of the north State, Chico’s proud culture, location and economy have made it home to one of Northern California’s most unique cities. Though a self-determining small-town feel remains, Chico has become the premier location for business, culture and recreation in the north state. In addition, Chico is home to one of California’s most distinguished state universities – commonly known as Chico State.
Resting 90 miles north of Sacramento, Chico is home to over 80,000 residents. To the west and south of the city you’ll find mainly fields, plains and agricultural crops, and to the north and east, the foothills of the Sierra Nevada.
Chico locals have taken pride in their surrounding wilderness, preserving a large portion of it for Bidwell Park. As the Park winds like a miniature Grand Canyon into the foothills, it becomes one of the largest city parks in the country. Though surrounding areas are spectacular, Chico inner city boasts a diverse population of trees; thus, earning its nickname, The City of Trees.
With a strong sense of community and culture, Chico’s businesses – from restaurants to bicycle cabs – have come to support and thrive on the active people that are proud to call Chico their home.