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Featured Story News PARAPLEGIC CLIMBERS REACH MT. SHASTA'S SUMMIT
MOUNT SHASTA -  For the four paraplegic mountaineers who made their historic ascent of Mt. Shasta, the reason for the climb was not because it's there, it was "because we can."   Full Story >>
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SISKIYOU GOLDEN FAIR TICKETS ON SALE NOW
YREKA - Tickets for the 2002 Siskiyou Golden Fair grandstand events went on sale Saturday at both north and south county locations. Country artists Montgomery Gentry (pictured) will perform on Thursday, Aug. 9. Full story >>
DFG RECOMMENDS LISTING COHO AS THREATENED
YREKA - The California Department of Fish and Game has finally issued its status report on the California coho salmon, recommending that the fish be listed as threatened, rather than endangered. The formal listing, which will place restrictions on private and public land use, is expected in August. Full story >>
WALLET, POT SMOKE INCRIMINATE DORRIS MAN
YREKA - In a scene that could have been lifted out of a "Cheech & Chong" movie, a Dorris man is being investigated for drug possession and marijuana cultivation after authorities found his wallet in an abandoned SUV that reeked of pot smoke. Full story >>
HATCHERY WORKING ON SALMON IMPROVEMENTS
REDDING - Biologists at the Iron Gate Hatchery northeast of Yreka are fine-tuning production methods on behalf of the 6 million Klamath king salmon the hatchery produces annually. Full story >>
PROGRESS CONTINUES ON COS LEARNING CENTER
WEED - The roof beams are in place and the walls are starting to go up. As the new College of the Siskiyous Distance Learning Center makes its three-dimensional debut, the faculty and staff working on the project are busy finalizing room layout, color schemes, and furniture and equipment lists. Full story >>






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