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Donald "Fritz" F. Eller

ObituarySeptember 17, 1950 – July 13, 2022Donald Fredrick “Fritz” Eller passed away Wednesday, July 13, 2022, from complications due to dementia. He was 71 years old. Born to parents Joe and Donna in 1950, Fritz grew up in Scott Valley and Grenada, graduating from Yreka High School in 1968. While in high school, he met […]

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Mount Shasta Mystic Fair & Night Market

Saturday July 16th, 201 N. Mt Shasta Blvd, Starts at 6pm – 9pmNight Market: Glass Art; Photography; Weaving; Fine Art; and meet celebrated artist Cheryl Yambrach Rose-Hall; & Chen Compton; meet local business owners Shasta Mountain Soap Co; BlueBird Crystals; Shastica; and experience art with the Interactive Art Cart; & Live Plein-Air Painting; also Jewelry; […]

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4-WAY TIE AT JUANITA LAKE FISHING DERBY

JULY 16TH, 2022 36 young anglers under the age of 15 fished it out for prizes and bragging rights at the seventh annual Juanita lake Youth Fishing Derby. This annual event is sponsored by the Butte Valley Camber of Commerce, Butte Valley Volunteer Fire Department, Dorris Volunteer Fire Department, with help from the KNF Goosenest Ranger […]

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The Karuk Tribe Held a Bicycle Rodeo

Yreka CHP had a great day partnering with the Karuk Tribe to hold a Bicycle Rodeo. Kids had opportunities to finetune their cycling skills. The CHP Yreka div. was able to provide bicycle safety information and gave away free bike helmets to the riders who didn't have their own. The Karuk Tribe gave away four […]

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Scott River Watershed’s Agricultural Wells Curtailed by State Water Board

Local alliance warns of precedent for all wells in California July 15, 2022Contact: Theodora Johnson, Scott Valley Agriculture Water Alliance (AgWA) – [email protected] – (530) 598-3081Siskiyou County, CA—Family farmers and ranchers in Scott Valley, far-northern California, were forced to turn off their irrigation pumps on Thursday, July 14, due to emergency drought regulations imposed by the […]

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GUILTY VERDICT IS ALSO A WARNING TO SENIORS AND OTHERS

July 15, 2022  County of Siskiyou Office of the District AttorneyJ. Kirk Andrus, District AttorneyOn Wednesday, July 13, 2022, a Siskiyou County Superior Court jury convicted Shanadoa Wayne Johnson, 44, of numerous charges for scamming many Siskiyou County citizens including several who were very elderly. The verdict also represented the culmination of a remarkable effort […]

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Chef's Pantry, A fresh delight

Chef Debra has brought a fresh healthy affordable option to Yreka Are you staying cool friends? We just put this "thermo film" on our front windows to help keep the heat out, and WOW they work wonders!! We have some cool and tasty shrimp ceviche for you today! We even have some Tapatío Hot Sauce if […]

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The Domestic Wildflower

By, Jenny Gomes, MA Master Food Preserver I love helping beginners learn fast, modern canning techniques! I teach English for College of the Siskiyous, both online and in person for Etna High seniors. I have ebooks and video courses at www.startcanning.com I've been blogging for several years at www.thedomesticwildflower.com where I post about homemade foods […]

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SVUSD voted 5-0 with proper procedure will allow staff to lawfully possess firearms on campus

Yesterday evening, the Scott Valley Unified School District board voted 5-0 to approve policy to allow staff, with proper procedure, to lawfully possess firearms on campus.  Statement from the School District:"The safety of our students and staff is our most important responsibility and we look forward to this opportunity to utilize all methods of protecting […]