Author: Jay A. Martin

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Health and Human Services Provides Shower and Laundry Services for Homeless Individuals in Yreka

This 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 […]

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SISQ ARREST REPORT: January 22nd – 28th, 2024

The 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 […]

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SISQ ARREST REPORT: January 15th – 21st, 2024

The 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.  During the week of January 15th to January 21st, 2024, the Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Office reported a series of arrests involving various agencies. The […]

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State Water Resources Control Board Denies Petition for Permanent Instream Flow Regulation in Shasta River Watershed

cover photo: Shasta Lake, public domain The State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB) has recently made a decision that has significant implications for the Shasta River watershed. On February 16, 2024, the Board formally denied a petition that sought to establish permanent instream flow requirements for the watershed. This petition, […]

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CalMatters: Budget blues at the Capitol

Reprint: CalMatterscover photo: Assembly Speaker Robert Rivas speaks during a floor session at the state Capitol in Sacramento on Jan. 22, 2024. Photo by Fred Greaves for CalMatters In summary The Legislative Analyst’s Office projects the 2024-25 shortfall at $73 billion, putting more pressure on legislators and the governor to […]