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Week of November 25, 2001  
BREAK IN STORMS GIVES NORTH STATE A BREATHER - MSL Staff
CHRISTMAS SHOPPING CARRIES DEBT DANGERS - Rick Martin
3 CITIES RECEIVE BUSINESS-ASSISTANCE GRANTS - MSL Staff
S.F. CHRONICLE TO CUT 220 JOBS - The Associated Press
FACULTY, SELECT STUDENTS EXHIBIT WORKS AT COS - MSL Staff
WORK UNDERWAY TO REPLACE HEADGATES - The Associated Press
BLIZZARD FORCES I-5 CLOSURE IN FAWNDALE, YREKA - MSL Staff
HAZMAT CENTER MOVES TO OREGON STATE CAMPUS - The Associated Press
WINTER WEATHER TO RETURN WEDNESDAY - MSL Staff
HOLIDAY TRAFFIC DEATHS UP, DUI BUSTS DOWN - MSL Staff/The Associated Press
MEDICAL MARIJUANA GROUP PUSHES INITIATIVES - The Associated Press
CHRISTMAS TREE CUTTING UNDERWAY IN LOCAL FORESTS - MSL Staff
JOHANNESSEN ANNOUNCES AVAILABILITY OF GRANT FUNDS - MSL Staff
FAMILIAR NAMES LINING UP FOR STATEWIDE RACES - The Associated Press
POWER OUTAGES INEVITABLE WITH WINTER STORMS - MSL Staff
CHP URGES SOBRIETY AND SAFETY ON THE ROAD - MSL Staff
POWERFUL STORM DELIVERS HIGHWAY HEADACHES - MSL Staff/Associated Press
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Week of November 18, 2001  
SOROPTIMIST RAFFLE TICKETS ON SALE SATURDAY - MSL Staff
WINTER STORM DUE FOR THE WEEKEND - MSL Staff
YREKA HOSTS HOLIDAY PARADE SATURDAY - MSL Staff
COMMUNITY TREE-LIGHTING FUN SET FOR FRIDAY - MSL Staff
JUDGE DELAYS FEDERAL ASSISTED SUICIDE BAN - The Associated Press
STATE CONSIDERS TERROR WARNING SYSTEM - The Associated Press
PLANNING STARTS FOR COUNTY'S 150th BIRTHDAY - Jon Lewis
HAPPY THANKSGIVING!!! - MSL Staff
COMMUNITY THANKSGIVING SCHEDULED IN MOUNT SHASTA - Rick Martin
CALIFORNIANS ARE CARPOOL CHAMPS - The Associated Press
SNOW AND ICE LEAD TO PAIR OF CRASHES - MSL Staff
ELK INVADING ASHLAND, JACKSON COUNTY - The Associated Press
SISKIYOU GOLDEN FAIR HIKES ADMISSION PRICES - MSL Staff
WET WEATHER MOVING IN AGAIN - MSL Staff
'HARRY POTTER' SHATTERS BOX-OFFICE RECORDS - The Associated Press
STARGAZERS SAY METEOR SHOW WAS WORTH THE WAIT - The Associated Press
WEAK DEMAND, ABUNDANT SUPPLY PUSH GAS PRICES DOWN - The Associated Press
FOREST SERVICE CHIEF UPHOLDS SIERRA LOGGING PLAN - The Associated Press
INDIAN GAMING IN HANDS OF FEDERAL JUDGE - The Associated Press
BATTLE HEATS UP OVER S.A.T. TESTS IN CALIFORNIA - The Associated Press
MONTAGUE WOMAN RESCUES FOAL FROM SLAUGHTERHOUSE - Rick Martin
JOHANNESSEN BILLS WOULD FUND REDDING VETS HOME - MSL Staff
LEONID METEOR SHOWER TO LIGHT UP NIGHT SKY - The Associated Press
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Week of November 11, 2001  
WEED MELODRAMA HAS A HISTORICAL TOUCH - MSL Staff
EXTRA GUARD TROOPS AT CALIFORNIA AIRPORTS - The Associated Press
McCLOUD POWER RESTORED AFTER DERAILMENT OUTAGE - Rick Martin
COS OPENS SPRING SEMESTER REGISTRATION - MSL Staff
DUNSMUIR HOPES TO REVIVE ITS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE - Jon Lewis
COUNTY TO DROP SELF-FUNDED HEALTH COVERAGE - Jon Lewis
HOUSE APPROVES ANOTHER $4 MILLION FOR FARMERS - The Associated Press
STATE FACES STEEPEST REVENUE DECLINE SINCE WWII - The Associated Press
WET WEATHER TO STICK AROUND AWHILE - The Associated Press
BLM FACES OPPOSITION TO SALE OF SEIZED CATTLE - The Associated Press
FEDS THREATEN TO PULL POWER PROTECTION FOR STATE - The Associated Press
LOCAL NURSE OFF TO HELP AT N.Y.'S `GROUND ZERO' - Rick Martin
COUNTIES SPENDING TOBACCO MONEY ON EVERYTHING - The Associated Press
NO TERRORISM LINK TO N.Y. JETLINER CRASH - The Associated Press
VETERANS REFLECT THE STRENGTH OF A NATION - Sen. Maurice Johannessen
1960s ICON, AUTHOR KEN KESEY DIES IN OREGON - The Associated Press
OREGON SCHOOLS TO GET TIMBER MONEY DIRECTLY - The Associated Press
PACIFIC POWER'S SALE SHOULD BENEFIT RATEPAYERS - Jon Lewis
CHP/4 RIVERS BROADCASTING TOURNEY HAS BIG PAYOUT - Jon Lewis
SHERIFF SAYS GUNFIGHT STORY CONCOCTED - Rick Martin
MUMMIFIED REMAINS FOUND INSIDE MODOC HOME - The Associated Press
MURPHY TO MARK VETERANS DAY IN WASHINGTON, D.C. - Jon Lewis
VETERANS TO BE HONORED SATURDAY AND SUNDAY - Jon Lewis / Rick Martin
SISKIYOU COUNTY HONORS ITS VETERANS - MSL Staff
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Week of November 4, 2001  
DUNSMUIR HOSTS 24th ANNUAL HOLIDAY CRAFT FAIRE - MSL Staff
RED, WHITE & BLUE HOLLYWOOD SIGN IS NIXED - The Associated Press
WEATHER WILL COOPERATE WITH FALL COLOR DISPLAYS - Jon Lewis
MEASURE D FALLS SHORT IN WEED ELECTION - Rick Martin
KLAMATH FALLS MAN PLEADS GUILTY TO BOMB THREAT - The Associated Press
SOUTHERN OREGON COULD BENEFIT FROM POWER PLANT - The Associated Press
LOCAL WOLF RECOVERY PLAN MET WITH OPPOSITION - Jon Lewis
30-CAR PILEUP NEAR OROVILLE CLAIMS 1, INJURES 12 - The Associated Press
OREGON WILL BATTLE FEDS OVER ASSISTED SUICIDE - The Associated Press
DAVIS DEFENDS BRIDGE WARNINGS - The Associated Press
JUDGE: OLSON'S TERROR PLEA STANDS - The Associated Press
RECEPTION TONIGHT HONORS LOCAL COMPOSER - MSL Staff
CHAIRMAN OF REVIEW PANEL HOPES TO CALM CONFLICT - The Associated Press
ST. HELENS QUIET AFTER WEEKEND OF SHAKING - The Associated Press
SALMON CONFERENCE SEEKS TO CONSERVE WILD FISH - The Associated Press
GRAY WOLF PROPOSAL BEFORE BOARD TUESDAY - Jon Lewis
WEED COMMUNITY CENTER FUNDING HEADS LIGHT BALLOT - MSL Staff
OREGON TERM LIMITS BEFORE HIGH COURT - The Associated Press
TINY OREGON SKI AREA GETS A FACE LIFT - The Associated Press
GAS PRICES CONTINUE TO DROP - The Associated Press
SKI PARK FOUNDER WILLIAM CHARLES DEAD AT 75 - MSL Staff
TERRORISM-RELATED ANXIETY MOVES WEST - The Associated Press
5 SUSPECTS BUSTED IN $10 MILLION METH CASE - The Associated Press
1,700 COMPANIES GET TERROR WARNING BEFORE PUBLIC - The Associated Press
BAG LIMITS, STOCKING ARE KEY IN UPPER SAC RULES - Jon Lewis
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Week of October 28, 2001  
GOVERNOR: 4 BRIDGES TARGETED FOR ATTACK - The Associated Press
COHO LISTING IS HOT TOPIC AT COMMISSION MEETING - Jon Lewis
COS COMEDY SHOW'S FINAL SET IS TONIGHT - MSL Staff
JUDGE CALLS HEARING IN OLSON CASE - The Associated Press
CALTRANS TAKING DOWN PATRIOTIC BANNERS - The Associated Press
DAVIS' VETO POWERS QUESTIONED IN COURT - The Associated Press
HALLOWEEN NIGHT QUIETER THAN PAST YEARS - Rick Martin
OXYGEN INJECTIONS COULD AID KLAMATH LAKE, FARMERS - The Associated Press
KLAMATH SECURITY TAB MAY TOP $800,000 - The Associated Press
LOCAL RESIDENTS TO MAKE CASE BEFORE FISH AND GAME - Rick Martin
JUDGE REFUSES TO LIST COHO AS THREATENED - The Associated Press
RADICAL GROUP CLAIMS RESPONSIBILITY FOR BLM FIRE - The Associated Press
MODERATE QUAKE RATTLES CALIFORNIA DESERT - The Associated Press

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