Vida Juice Bar Finds Success in Red Bluff

Monday, October 29, 2018

Red Bluff’s first juice bar has been a huge hit! Vida Juice Bar serves juices, smoothies, açaí bowls, apple nachos and more! Yesenia Zaragoza strives to provide healthy, nutritious food to the community. Her customers have been raving about her and here’s what a few of them have said: “FINALLY!!!! I’ve been talking about a juice bar since I moved here! I am so happy that one has finally come to Red Bluff! The juice is so yummy and the bowls are too! It’s clean and cute inside. You have to stop by!!! This little juice bar is a breath of...
Tehama Oaks Winery for Sale...and we’ve got the scoop!

Thursday, September 06, 2018

Who hasn’t dreamed of owning a winery and vineyard? Beautiful grapes on the vine, satisfying work and a country setting, life couldn’t get any better than that! In Tehama County, that dream could be a reality. Family owned and operated since 2008 and very well cared for, Tehama Oaks Vineyard and Winery is up for sale! We had the opportunity to talk with the current owner, Bob Douglas, about his experience owning this business in Tehama County. Bob values his community and says that Tehama County is an exceptional place to live and do business. When he started Tehama Oaks he...
Let's Talk Shipping with Kaci Blaser-Rianda

Tuesday, July 24, 2018

Kaci Blaser-Rianda always knew she wanted to be a small business owner so she and her husband took the opportunity to purchase Overland Post in 2016. They love owning a small business in Red Bluff and expressed that the community has been very supportive of their dream. “Word-of-mouth referrals drive business here and being involved in our community is an important part of that.” Kaci is a member of the Downtown Business Association and loves participating in events like Beef N’ Brew. She also values giving back to the community by sponsoring Little League and helping with their children’s school...
Local Family Brings New Business Concept to Tehama County

Tuesday, July 24, 2018

Jake and Rachelle Gould grew up immersed in agriculture and strive to continue that value with their children. With Rachelle as a member of Sunrise Rotary and Soroptimist International of Red Bluff and the couple seeing family ran farms and ranches on the decline, they wanted a business model that supported local agriculture and encompassed a passion for community. With this in mind, Field to Fork Tehama LLC began to form with the end goal of connecting our community with our local farmers and ranches. Field to Fork Tehama, LLC is a family owned, multi-farm CSA based in Red Bluff. Members...
A Chat with Fit Republic Manager, Brandon Berona

Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Fit Republic opened its doors in Red Bluff on December 15th, 2017 after much anticipation and excitement from the community. They were drawn to Tehama County for the customer base, including our surrounding areas which totals 60,000+ in population. The Fit Republic team wanted to bring with them a new state of fitness and results, building value throughout Tehama County. Fit Republic created fourteen new jobs in Tehama County, looking for people with customer service and sales skills, professional, fitness-minded and driven. They had a great experience opening their business in Red Bluff with fast turnaround on permitting and they felt...
A Visit to Triple Creek Ranch

Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Our visit to Triple Creek Ranch was wonderful! I’ve seen miniature horses many times but seeing them running free over a hillside in Tehama County along with their rescued friends, which included other horses and a friendly dog, was a wonderfully unique experience. Triple Creek Ranch is a non-profit ranch located in Tehama County and offers therapeutic riding and youth activities, including hosting field trips for local schools. They offer a calming space for wounded veterans and their families to heal and much more. We met with Ms. Reese, who runs the daily operations of the ranch as she took us on...
Sparrows Landing Opens in Dairyville with Big Dreams for Business

Monday, February 05, 2018

Larry and Rhonda Searcy have started a home business in Dairyville selling crafted furniture, art, plants and more! The store is open the first Friday through Saturday of each month and welcomes shoppers in for baked goodies and a friendly atmosphere. The Searcy’s have big dreams for their business! Read more from them below! "2018 sees us well on our way to building our dream... a business that not only promotes recycling and repurposing materials but also adds beauty and functionality to our lives." "Our resident wood artist, Larry, offers over 30 years of woodworking and ingenuity in every one of his...