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Redding Record Searchlight


Redding Record Searchlight

Redding Record Searchlight
Type Daily newspaper
Format Broadsheet
Owner E.W. Scripps Company
Publisher Shanna S. Cannon
Editor Silas Lyons
Founded 1938
Language English
Headquarters 1101 Twin View Blvd.
Redding, CA 96003
Official website

The Redding Record Searchlight is an award-winning newspaper serving Redding, California. It has a daily circulation of about 30,000 and hosts a Redding news Web site,


Redding's first newspaper was the Shasta Courier, founded in the 1850s. Then, when Redding was incorporated, in 1887, the name was changed to the Redding Independent. On Oct. 17, 1938, the John P. Scripps Newspaper Group published the first edition of the Redding Record, which after a series of acquisitions became the region's dominant daily newspaper under the nameplate Redding Record Searchlight.

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