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Despite the perception by some in the community that Gazelle Elementary was closed, the school has a lot going on and a current enrollment of... [Read More]
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The Yreka Miners football program is preparing for the 2019 fall football season with fall practice.The Miners are being led this year by new head... [Read More]
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public speaker, U.S. Air Force veteran, scientist, and inventor - will be on site to answer questions regarding his experience working in classified government research... [Read More]
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Many organizations came together to perform the rescues, including Siskiyou County Sheriff's Deputy and Search and Rescue Coordinator Mike Burns and assistant coordinator Bob Buker,... [Read More]
In seeing the child's picnic table and handcrafted Ghana drum basket the Etna Hardware is raffling off as a Benefit for the Avery Theatre, it... [Read More]
Siskiyou County is ranked 41st in terms of unemployment. San Mateo County is ranked first, with just 2.3 percent of the workforce unemployed. At the... [Read More]
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This Saturday night is a special event. It's the annual John Arnberg Memorial race for the IMCA Modifieds, which will pay $1,038 to the winner.... [Read More]
On Aug. 11 the Washington Post listed the names of all the victims of mass shootings since 1966 when Charles Wittman started firing from the... [Read More]
"There is a culture of disrespect that is becoming endemic on this board and I want to turn it around and stop it." That was... [Read More]
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Through their "fresh look" at the cattle industry and their impressive online presence that regularly highlights Siskiyou County, Cowley believes Five Marys is a shining... [Read More]
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The Yreka Lady Miners varsity volleyball team opened the 2019 season Tuesday night at home with a five set win over the Redding Christian Lady... [Read More]
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Siskiyou County 4-H participant Hailee completed an illustrated talk about "lilybug Lotions," which are made from goat milk, at the State Fair in Sacramento earlier... [Read More]
Kaia Lancour is 13 and will be heading off to Mount Shasta High School for 9th grade this coming school year. Her hobbies include art... [Read More]
Registration is open and all singers and instrumentalists are invited to register. This fall, COS will offering the following: Orchestra, Concert Band, Jazz Band, Community... [Read More]
Tags: Vocal
The Trump administration is trying to limit the circulation of government-funded agriculture research publications that deal with the effects of climate warming on agriculture by... [Read More]
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Family and friends showed up to support the various performers this year, who were all trying to woo the four judges into awarding them the... [Read More]
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   A familiar face will return to the Yreka High football sidelines this fall.Brian Wagy, a 1989 YHS graduate who coached football at YHS for 17... [Read More]
Annie Kramer is grateful to live in Etna, within the beautiful Scott Valley, and to be a part of this community. Contact her with... [Read More]
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Sixteen youths and three parents completed the hunter safety course and now hold hunter safety certificates. [Read More]
Tags: Hunter - Weed - Sixteen
Liz Bowen began writing ranch and farm news, published in newspapers, in 1976. She is a native of Siskiyou County and lives near Callahan. Columns... [Read More]
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