Parents and staff filled the gymnasium to watch the majority of the students that were acknowledged. Boys basketball awards went to Aden Hoerber, Van Irell, Coach Carl Smith (front row) Royce Henson, Pasquale Zaccaglini, Keagun Gans, and Robert Phelps. Not shown; Gilbert Loza, Noah Loza, and Tenki Ui.
St. Paddy’s Pub Crawl in McCloud
The McCloud’s St. Paddy’s Day Pub Crawl on March 18th was a huge success bringing many people together for a night of fun out on the town. The participating businesses included the American Legion Post 92, Axe & Rose Public House, McCloud Meat Market, McCloud River B & B, Siskiyou […]
Mt. Shasta High Students Featured at Siskiyou Arts Museum
Siskiyou Arts Museum (SAM) held an opening reception featuring Mount Shasta High School Student Art Show. The exhibit opened on March 18th bringing quite a crowd to view and purchase work from the student artists from 9th to 12th grades. The show will be open to the public through Saturday, […]
Inmates Helping Out
It Is the Way All Children Should Be Treated
Dunsmuir Elementary School’s Healthy Eating Program Dunsmuir Elementary School is gearing their meals for their students to be all homemade and USDA-approved. Food Service Director Danielle Halley, along with her assistant, Sarah Davis, do a lot of menu planning to make sure they are including all the food groups for […]
Not Many People Know That March 14th is Pi Day (3.14)
Dunsmuir Elementary School celebrated this special day with a pep rally and then in the evening after school, the students brought their parents to a fun dinner of pizza, salad, and pi-shaped cookies (instead of pie) served in the cafeteria, and then everyone participated in the Family Math Night […]
Updated Replies Sent to Siskiyou News “Mt. Shasta High School to Require Porn Reading in the Freshman English Classroom!”
Email #4 Professional Judgemen According to Amazon, currently, 7,587 reviews submitted for “The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-time Indian” give it an average rating of 4.6 out of 5. There is far more to the content of this piece of literature than selected lines printed in the Siskiyou News. […]
Happy Almost Spring Siskiyou County! Although we can’t tell by looking out our windows.
The recent onslaught of snowy weather has really put the damper on any outdoor garden preparations. I am staying indoors where seed starting is going into full swing. Many people constantly ask me where do I start so many seeds inside the house?…….you asked for it. Here is a quick […]
Siskiyou Seeks Efforts To Retain The Hydroelectric Facilities.
Richard Marshall President of the Siskiyou County Water Users Association is giving a presentation to the CAGOP Convention in Sacramento, California on March 11th, 2023. The goal is to obtain a Resolution from the Convention supporting the Siskiyou efforts to retain the Hydroelectric facilities. This is a series as there […]
The Positive Effects of Social Media on the Dimensions of Youth Wellness
Information is readily available concerning the risks and impact of social media on the overall wellness of youth today. Most of us are aware of the numerous claims and reports of the negative consequences and effects that can result from the increased use of social media among this highly impressionable […]