WHEN YA GO WITH THE FLOW AND WING IT FROM TIME TO TIME, THE MOST AMAZING THINGS START TO MANIFEST THEMSELVES.JAY MARTIN
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In brief, Dr. Singh reached out to me wishing to tell me about what Shasta Sovereign is doing in the North State. I am please to have the content to share with you and also be a way for writers to share to a larger audience, Building confidence and self esteem for others. I look forward to seeing what path this will open in build strong foundation in Siskiyou. Here is the first of many!
If I fall down
let me fall.
I want to lay down
Under the sun and clouds,
Under the moon and stars.
I want to see the flowers bloom.
I want to play in the snow,
Feel the frozen frost on my nose.
I want to be free
I want to pick my destiny,
Not the one written out for me.
I want to be free
From isolation inside my heart.
I want to be strong, so I don’t
Feel scared from my nightmares.
I want to feel safe but can’t.
I want to see a new beautiful mountain range
With lots of white flowers.
I want to be free from my destiny and fate.
I want to be able to trust,
Not getting betrayed.
I want to be able to love,
Not getting lied to and hurt.
I want to be able to relax for once,
Not worry about my destiny or fate,
Not worry about my nightmares coming true.
I just want to fall under the stars
- FERC Response to KRRC ‘re’ Request to Start Drawdown January 2024This is also about continued blasting process and its use to remove Copco 1. FERC is still acting as though KRRC is a responsible agent even though they continue to cut corners. I would hope that our Board of Supervisors would insist on having an evaluation by an outside expert for the County’s benefit to… Read more: FERC Response to KRRC ‘re’ Request to Start Drawdown January 2024
- Wild Horses Coevolved with Wildfire on The North American LandscapeScience and empirical experience suggest the proper management of wild horses benefits public lands, ranchers and mitigates wildfire Paleontological science and DNA studies have proven that all horses in the world originally evolved on the north American continent millions of years ago. About 1-million years ago, during the time there was a land bridge… Read more: Wild Horses Coevolved with Wildfire on The North American Landscape
- Various Cemetery District Vacancies terms ending in 2028Laura Bynum, Clerk of The Board of Supervisors announces that there are scheduled vacancies on various Cemetery Districts for terms ending January 3, 2028 as follows: Etna Cemetery – 2 vacancies Fort Jones Cemetery – 2 vacancies Happy Camp Cemetery – 2 vacancies Henley-Hornbrook Cemetery – 3 vacancies Lakeview Cemetery – 1 vacancy Picard Cemetery… Read more: Various Cemetery District Vacancies terms ending in 2028
- Siskiyou Land Trust invites you to an evening slideshow: “So Far… Nature Stories and Photos,” by Mount Shasta local Mike HuppThursday, December 77:00 PMMt Shasta Sisson Museum Join us on a visual journey with Mike Hupp as he shares his favorite images and rich natural history from the rivers and open spaces of the American west to the rainforests and rugged coast of Tasmania. Through his photographs, he’ll showcase starry night skies, sublime landscapes, and… Read more: Siskiyou Land Trust invites you to an evening slideshow: “So Far… Nature Stories and Photos,” by Mount Shasta local Mike Hupp
- Brenda Jean MoweryNovember 19, 1968 – November 20, 2023 Brenda Mowery Obituary 55 year old Yreka resident, Brenda Jean Mowery, passed away on November 20, 2023 at Fairchild Medical Center. Brenda was born November 19, 1968 in Oregon to Jim and Linda Carlson. Brenda worked for years as a migrant working, traveling constantly to wherever the work took her… Read more: Brenda Jean Mowery