PRESS RELEASE Siskiyou County District Attorney OfficeJ. Kirk Andrus, District Attorney Yreka. On March 21, 2023, Gabriel James Wood, 36, of Weed, was sentenced for inflicting traumatic injury upon his wife Sara Wood in a case of domestic violence that led to the loss of her leg. He was also […]
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Dunsmuir Elementary School held its 2nd Trimester Award ceremony on Friday, March 17th
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.
Harold B. Orcutt
22 Aug 1930 – 15 Mar 2023 Reprint Girdner Funeral Chapel Lifelong Siskiyou County resident Harold B. Orcutt passed away on March 15, 2023 in Yreka after a short illness. He was 92 years old. Harold was born on August 22, 1930 in Dunsmuir to Arthur and Mary Orcutt. He […]
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 […]
Mount Hermon’s Application for Kidder Creek Orchard Camp Zone Change (Z-14-01) and Use Permit (UP-11-15)
Dear Honorable Siskiyou County Board of Supervisors, I call for the vote. Based on the information provided in this letter of protest, I believe there is an abundance of justifiable reasons that compels you to deny Mount Hermon’s application to expand the Kidder Creek Orchard Camp (KCOC) from 165 occupancy […]
Press Release: RESOLUTION REGARDING HYDROELECTRIC FACILITIES
The Siskiyou County Republican Central Committee is pleased to announce that at the recent California CAGOP Convention in Sacramento attended by nearly 1400 delegates a Resolution was adopted by the Board of Directors announcing their support for the Citizens of Northern California and Southern Oregon who are trying to retain and preserve the historic Klamath Hydroelectric Facilities and the lakes behind them.
An URGENT WARNING from Keep Scott Valley Rural!
Although Keep Scott Valley Rural is not opposed to the expansion of the Kidder Creek Orchard Camp children’s program, the camp, now known as Mt. Hermon/Kidder Creek Orchard Camp, is seeking approval to expand from 310 to 844 attendees per day. Their plan includes a massive commercial year-round conference center. […]
I Have Never Cured a Corned Beef Before but The Process Was Surprisingly Simple
St. Patrick’s Day is rapidly approaching and our family loves to feast on corned beef to celebrate. Spurred by the rising costs at the grocery stores and in an endeavor to be able to enjoy corned beef without all of the commercial processing chemicals and additives; this year we are […]