Siskiyou News Acquired the Sonar Map from Statewide Land Surveying, when asked them to comment and analyze the data, I was told by the survey company that they collect the data set and technicians do the reading of the data. I think of it like when we get an Xray. The Technician takes the X-ray, then another specialist reads the X-ray.
I have emailed public domain maps to a map technician, fingers crossed for help, and hope to get them converted from data to a visual map. Being all data sets that only map makers have available. Always looking for help, the hours are long and the pay is like your lunch. If you do not bring it you do not eat…
Below: Journal of Electricity, Febuary 22, 1913. In this journal it talks about how the dam is used for flood control and releasing water down the Klamath during the summer. Very Interesting to read and will history repeat itself?
Below: Very interesting report on Indian Affairs dated 1855
Below is a paragraph from a letter written by Mr. Parker Thaler to the State Water Resources Control Board on January 27th, 2017. *to be continued, As this letter will fill in the blanks on a PDF and presentation at https://bringthesalmonhome.org/understanding-dam-removal/#historic-salmon-runs
- Lessons From Elwha Dam Project and Salmon Recovery – Comparisons For the Klamath Rivercover image courtesy of USGS It’s been ten years since the Elwha Dam (5-miles upstream) and Glines Canyon Dam (13-miles upstream) were removed from the 45-mile long Elwha River. And other than a change in scenery, the results are quite unremarkable, especially considering the cost to taxpayers. Yet we still find misinformed people who keep holding-out the Elwha Dam removal… Read more: Lessons From Elwha Dam Project and Salmon Recovery – Comparisons For the Klamath River
- Gun Enthusiasts and Supporters Unite for Prime Rib Dinner and Raffle ExtravaganzaYreka, CA – Get ready for a night of great food, thrilling raffles, and a chance to support firearms rights on March 2, 2024, at the Old Yreka High School Gym. Doors open at 4 p.m., with a mouthwatering prime rib dinner cooked by Grill Master Dave Tyler starting at 5 p.m. This exciting event… Read more: Gun Enthusiasts and Supporters Unite for Prime Rib Dinner and Raffle Extravaganza
- Health and Human Services Provides Shower and Laundry Services for Homeless Individuals in YrekaThis collaborative effort between Health and Human Services and the City of Yreka demonstrates a commitment to addressing the immediate needs of the homeless population. The upcoming provision of shower and laundry services for homeless individuals in Yreka represents a significant step towards supporting the well-being of the local homeless population. Through collaborative efforts and… Read more: Health and Human Services Provides Shower and Laundry Services for Homeless Individuals in Yreka
- SISQ ARREST REPORT: January 22nd – 28th, 2024The following Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Department ARREST, BOOKINGS Report Contains:individuals who are innocent, until the State proves them guilty. Please respect their fundamental human and legal rights. Brief summary of arrest statistics by agency: Yreka Police Department: Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Office: Siskiyou County Jail: CHP Mt Shasta & CHP Yreka: Weed Police Department: Here are summaries… Read more: SISQ ARREST REPORT: January 22nd – 28th, 2024
- the Obituary of John Donald HollemanLongtime Yreka resident John Donald Holleman passed away on February 19, 2024 at Madrone Hospice in Yreka. He was 83 years old. John was born on April 20, 1940 in El Paso, Texas. On July 13, 1959 John married Jerilyn Misuraca. The family moved to Yreka in 1973, where they have lived since. John owned… Read more: the Obituary of John Donald Holleman