Author: Jay A. Martin

Obituary Siskiyou

Kenneth Hans Jacobsen Jr.

08 Sep 1943 – 03 Jan 2023 Obituary Longtime Happy Camp resident, Kenneth H. Jacobsen, Jr.(Kenny), passed away peacefully on January 3, 2023 at Fairchild Medical Center in Yreka. He was 79 year old. Kenny was born on September 8, 1943 in Eureka, CA, to Kenneth Sr. and Geraldine (Hashberger) […]

Latest News Siskiyou

Safe Winter Recreation & Volunterism Lead the Way for MLK Weekend

Forest Service News ReleaseCelebrate National Day of Service on January 16  With record-breaking snow and rain throughout the Klamath National Forest, visitors should plan for winter road conditions.  Recreation on public lands during winter presents many safety challenges. Recent surges in visitors saw winter travelers put themselves in unsafe situations. […]

Obituary Yreka

Shirley Ann Gulbranson Obituary

December 26, 1937  –  December 30, 2022 Shirley Gulbranson died peacefully surrounded by her two girls and her youngest granddaughter on December 30, 2022. She was eighty-five years old. She was born in Richmond, California on December 26, 1937, and was baptized the next year in Grace Lutheran Church in Richmond. In […]

Concert Venues Siskiyou

On January 29 the Red Scarf Society for the Performing Arts is pleased to present the Kenari Saxophone Quartet  in an afternoon concert

Concert On January 29 the Red Scarf Society for the Performing Arts is pleased to present the Kenari Saxophone Quartet  in an afternoon concert at St. Mark’s Preservation Square, 304 Lane Street, Yreka. Doors open at 2:30 PM and the concert will begin at 3:00 PM. So come on in […]

Opinion

Is Social Programming Shutting Down America

Opinion “Americans are self-censoring at rates higher than they were during the McCarthy era in the United States,” Bernstein explained during an appearance on EpochTV A Jewish institute is sounding the alarm over a disturbing trend. Their new study just revealed that social programming is fundamentally changing the world we live […]