May News Letter

Continual striving to serve SiSQ

I had no idea how much joy this brings to me, as I like to imagine my circle of life like the rings of the Olympic Symbol. Circles over lapping circles, one such circles is the fact that I was a paperboy many, many moons ago and here I am trying to reinvent the wheel.

“First Edition” Trial Run of a printed edition to the Siskiyou·News

Giving credit to the many hands that have gotten me this far into thus new phase for you!

After brain storming with Tyler, developer of PayWall Project that handles the backend of Siskiyou News for me and keeps the site running smoothly and handles all the zero’s and one’s of our digital age found the developer of Printmyblog. Mike, the brains behind print my blog has been so helpful this last month crashing away at all hours to build a system for me to take the website and put it to a printable file to then send to SISKIYOU LASER in Yreka.

This is still work in progress as we have to work with some third party developers to get small tweaks to computer code and get everything to work seamlessly for the process, thank you for your understanding.

Pricing and the post office will be the next step Monday! I will find a few businesses to place them at, for Scott Valley my mom’s “Martin’ s Experienced Item’s” will have a stack and working on other areas around the county. I also plan and left some with the Yreka Branch county library to get to the other 12 libraries around the county. I will muddle along, seams to be my M/O….

Secondly, you will see a new symbol / feature in the news letter today.

After a successful round of testing, I have enabled the new functionality on https://siskiyou.news/.

Any newsletter sent after this should now include the auto login link in the post links.

Welp thanks for hanging with Siskiyou.news as we rebuild what we have lost in Siskiyou, striving to have a cohesive voice in what matters to you.

submit information, articles, letter to any one that will listen? contact Siskiyou·News

if its a last minute O snap forgot to tell me, my direct line is:
530.634.1050 or [email protected]
*** messanger works but no guarantees how fast I will see it. With multiple FB pages I have to log into each page to get messages, notifications just causes my phone to never stop dinging, almost like the ringing in my ears.. TMI.

Don’t Miss the First Annual

someone forgot to tell mother nature that we prefer sunny weekends so we can enjoy the many fun and entertaining things taking place around Siskiyou.

Like the Saturday night races at Yreka Speedway, or the Rodeo weekend in Scott Valley, and so much more..

See you next weekend at the Mother’s Day Market and NorthWest Chainsaw Carving show at the Siskiyou Golden Fairgrounds.

*** i will get a form added to your https://www.siskiyou.news/my-account/ for mailing address to receive the printed edition via mail if so inclined, never know how much fire starter we might need this year. 🫣

 Scott Mountain site with the snow sensor hut exhibits an above average snow load for May, but it is melting fast. Credit: USDA Forest Service Yreka, Calif., May 3, 2024— The…

Five CAL FIRE Firefighters and One CAL FIRE Contract Pilot to be Honored & Remembered Cal Fire News Release Sacramento – The National Fallen Firefighters’ Foundation (NFFF) has announced the…

The Red Scarf Society for the Performing Arts is pleased to welcome back William Florian for a return visit and encore performance of “Those Were The Days” concert at 7:30…

Karen L. Shipman29 Aug 1944 – 30 Apr 2024 Karen L. Shipman Obituary Longtime Yreka resident Karen Capps Shipman passed away on April 30, 2024 at her home in Yreka….

The California High School Rodeo Association (CHSRA) held their 8th rodeo of the season in Etna, CA on April 26-27, 2024. The event showcased the talents of high school rodeo…

Timothy Chase McDonald Yreka, CA – A Siskiyou County jury has found Timothy Chase McDonald, 26, guilty of first-degree murder for the shooting death of Spencer Hodgson, 31, in a…

James H. Neptune08 Nov 1938 – 24 Apr 2024 James H. Neptune Obituary James (Jim) H. Neptune passed away on April 24, 2024 at the age of 85. He was…

Serious questions remain about the Klamath River Renewal Corporation’s (KRRC) schedule and overall plan for removal of Iron Gate Dam.Reprinted from KWUA’s newsletter By Moss DriscollDirector of Water PolicyKlamath Water…

County of Siskiyou Press Release For Immediate Release Date: May 1, 2024 Laura Bynum, Clerk of the Siskiyou County Board of Supervisors, announces that there is one unscheduled vacancy on…

Siskiyou County, CA – The Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Office and local police departments have released arrest statistics for April 2024. The report shows a total of 52 individuals booked into…

Credit: CDFW News Santa Clara County Wildlife Officer Laura Decker was named 2023 Wildlife Officer of the Year, the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) announced. Wildlife Officer Decker…

Trump has a pack of wolves on him like white on rice. And even if Trump somehow reascends to the post of President, those wolves supported by government agency fiefdoms…

Dear Interested Parties: The Division of Water Rights is developing tools to better understand water supply and demand in select watersheds in California.  These tools include water supply models, cleaned…

Left to right; Dr. Bill Peterson, Julie Keister, Anders Roestad (front), and three young volunteers. (Photo courtesy Jaime Gómez-Gutiérrez). Bill Peterson was a leading oceanographic researcher and expert on salmon…

Dear Siskiyou County Supervisors & Staff… This is a notice of service. Attached is a letter written on behalf of Wild Horse Fire Brigade requesting that wild horses be given grazing…

Mt. Shasta, credit: Jim Perdue Recently a story emerged concerning NPR, National Public Radio, based on an article by Uri Berliner, a long-time editor at NPR, which was published on…

The Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Office Launches“Operation Appreciation” Community Event On Sunday, May 5th, the Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Office (SCSO) will be kicking off Law Enforcement Appreciation week with our first-ever…

On Tuesday, April 16, joined by leaders from the Karuk, Yurok, Shasta Indian Nation and the Quartz Valley Indian tribes, CDFW released about 90,000 yearling coho salmon. The following day,…

Paul Charles McCanna09 Mar 1962 – 22 Apr 2024 Paul Charles McCanna Obituary Lifelong Yreka resident Paul Charles McCanna passed away unexpectedly on April 22, 2024 at Fairchild Medical Center….

A blast conducted as part of the removal of the Copco No. 1 Dam on the Klamath River resulted in large concrete rubble partially blocking the dam’s low-level outlet pipe,…

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