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Week of March 24, 2002  
LAKE, CHESTNUT STREET PROJECTS ARE UNDERWAY - Jon Lewis
SIERRA SNOWPACK LOOKS GOOD; SOCAL NOT SO GOOD - The Associated Press
THREE SOLDIERS KILLED AT FORT IRWIN - The Associated Press
CYCLIST SLIGHTLY INJURED IN CRASH - MSL Staff
EASTER EGG HUNT IS SATURDAY MORNING - MSL Staff
INVESTIGATORS LOOK INTO FATAL HELICOPTER CRASH - Rick Martin
NMFS DRAWING PLANS TO DELIST SALMON - The Associated Press
GOV. DAVIS FAVORS DRIVER'S LICENSES FOR ILLEGALS - The Associated Press
NEW POLICY WOULD REWARD POLICE FOR RECRUITING - Jon Lewis
GALE NORTON TO PERSONALLY OPEN KLAMATH GATES - The Associated Press
CITY HIRES PROFESSIONAL LABOR NEGOTIATOR - Jon Lewis
BOARD WANTS WATER RIGHTS DROPPED FROM FARM BILL - Rick Martin
REDDING RESEARCH FACILITY ON CHOPPING BLOCK - The Associated Press
RETIRED DEPUTY IN MERCED KILLS 4 KIDS, THEN SELF - The Associated Press
SACRAMENTO COUPLE DELIVERS IDENTICAL QUADRUPLETS - The Associated Press
YREKA WOMAN AVOIDS CANADIAN PHONE SCAM - MSL Staff
HORSEBACK OUTFITTER EYES LAKE SISKIYOU EXPANSION - Jon Lewis
POTTY BREAK TURNS INTO A SEARCH & RESCUE - MSL Staff
S.F.'S OLYMPIC BID GETS POTENTIAL $250M BOOST - The Associated Press
COUNTY'S 150th ANNIVERSARY BASH IS APRIL 6 - MSL Staff
POWER PRICES LIKELY TO REMAIN HIGH STATEWIDE - The Associated Press
OVERHAUL OF SAT EXAM FOCUSES ON FAIRNESS - The Associated Press
HEARING FOR MEN ACCUSED IN FATAL TANKER CRASH - The Associated Press
SISKIYOU MAN KEPT JAILED UNDER SEX PREDATOR LAW - Rick Martin
OLD TIRES GET NEW TREAD AT McCLOUD ELEMENTARY - MSL Staff
MILITARY PASS ROAD HAS PLACE IN COUNTY HISTORY - Siskiyou County Historical Society
CHICO DEVELOPER IN TROUBLE FOR TREE CUTTING - The Associated Press
LAWSUIT FILED OVER OREGON LYNX HABITAT - The Associated Press
CHARGES OUTLINED AGAINST OREGON KILLER - The Associated Press
JIM WILSON NAMED YREKA'S CITIZEN OF YEAR - Jon Lewis
YREKA PRESSES ITS CASE FOR LOGO SIGN USE - Jon Lewis
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Week of March 17, 2002  
FINALISTS ANNOUNCED FOR COS PRESIDENT POSITION - MSL Staff
S.F. DOG OWNERS GUILTY ON ALL COUNTS - The Associated Press
PACIFICORP SAYS FISH SCREENS TOO EXPENSIVE - The Associated Press
LOCKYER SEEKS BILLIONS FOR ENERGY OVERCHARGES - The Associated Press
DeMARCO: DUNSMUIR AIRPORT'S PROSPECTS ARE GOOD - Jon Lewis
SACTO 7th-GRADER'S GUNPLAY UNNERVES CLASSMATES - The Associated Press
SCHOOL BUS ACCIDENT RESULTS IN ONLY MINOR BUMPS - Rick Martin
VERDICTS REACHED ON 4 OF 5 DOG-MAULING COUNTS - The Associated Press
YOUTHS CITED ON ALCOHOL, DISTURBING PEACE CHARGES - MSL Staff
COS TRAVEL-STUDY PROGRAM TARGETS THE EAST COAST - MSL Staff
HISTORY DAY WINNERS WILL GO TO STATE FINALS - MSL Staff
DOG-MAULING CASE HEADS TO THE JURY - The Associated Press
FARM BILL IS URBAN SPRAWL VS. GROWER SUBSIDIES - The Associated Press
LOCAL ELK LOGS SOME SERIOUS MILEAGE - MSL Staff
B OF A APOLOGIZES FOR COMPUTER GLITCH - The Associated Press
'ICE AGE' ENJOYS A MAMMOTH MARCH OPENING - The Associated Press
NO GUARANTEES FOR KLAMATH FUNDING COMPROMISE - The Associated Press
SIERRA CLUB PRESIDENT SEEKS A POSITIVE IMAGE - The Associated Press
CLOSING ARGUMENTS SET IN DOG-MAULING TRIAL - The Associated Press
4.6-MAGNITUDE QUAKE RATTLES SOUTHERN CAL - The Associated Press
ELDERLY BIG SPRINGS MAN ADMITS MOLESTING OWN KIDS - Rick Martin
DAVIS DELAYS MTBE PHASE OUT - The Associated Press
DRY WINTER RAISES FEAR OF WIND-DRIVEN FIRES - The Associated Press
NORTH STATE WATER EXPORT PLAN DRAWS FIRE - The Associated Press
THE STORY BEHIND THE STATE OF JEFFERSON - Siskiyou County Historical Society
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Week of March 10, 2002  
SHERIFF'S K-9 UNIT CREDITED WITH 51-LB. POT BUST - MSL Staff
FEDS SHOWCASE NEW ANTI-POT FOCUS IN S.F. - The Associated Press
FARMERS WIN BID FOR KLAMATH REFUGE FARM LAND - The Associated Press
SEX CRIME SUSPECT ATTEMPTS SUICIDE IN YREKA JAIL - MSL Staff
CHICO CANCELS INCREASINGLY ROWDY HALLOWEEN PARTY - The Associated Press
MOUNT SHASTA PROCLAIMS THIS GIRL SCOUT WEEK - MSL Staff
RIKER RESIGNS AS MT. SHASTA'S CITY ADMINISTRATOR - Jon Lewis
STUDENTS SHOW THEIR WORK FOR HISTORY DAY - Rick Martin
POOR DECISION MAKING LEADS TO GUNSHOT WOUND - Jon Lewis
NUMBER OF UNINSURED CALIFORNIANS DROPS TO 6.2M - The Associated Press
DIVERSE GROUP WANTS BASIN AID PACKAGE PASSED - The Associated Press
CALPINE SHELVES PURCHASES, BORROWS $2 BILLION - The Associated Press
MONTAGUE MAN CITED FOR ALCOHOL IN DUNSMUIR CRASH - MSL Staff
CONFERENCE FOCUSES ON ECO-TOURISM OPPORTUNITIES - Jon Lewis
STATE COMMISSIONS PROVIDE SOME POLITICAL PAYOFFS - The Associated Press
DEFENDANT DETAILS FATAL ATTACK ON DIANE WHIPPLE - The Associated Press
50-FOOT SIGN FLAP FESTERS IN MOUNT SHASTA - Jon Lewis
ECO-GROUPS BIDDING ON KLAMATH LEASE LANDS - MSL Staff/The Associated Press
FEINSTEIN, BOXER PULL SUPPORT FOR AG SUBSIDY CAPS - The Associated Press
CALIFORNIA DOCTORS WILL PUSH TORT REFORM - The Associated Press
GOVERNOR WANTS PHOTO ON ALL STATE WEB PAGES - The Associated Press
AVALANCHE AT SUGAR BOWL KILLS S.F. SNOWBOARDER - The Associated Press
GAY RUGBY TEAM PLAYS ON WITHOUT FLIGHT 93 HERO - The Associated Press
TASK FORCE SEEKS TO EASE KLAMATH BASIN FEUD - The Associated Press
THE SHORT BUT EVENTFUL HISTORY OF ROSS RIVER - Siskiyou County Historical Society
SUNDAY STORM ADDS FOOT OF SNOW TO SIERRAS - The Associated Press
YREKA POLICE INVESTIGATING ANTIQUE SIGN THEFT - MSL Staff
STATE EAGERLY AWAITS PARK BOND MONEY - The Associated Press
DUNSMUIR TRAFFIC STOP LEADS TO STOLEN CAR ARREST - MSL Staff
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Week of March 3, 2002  
ICE RINK ENDS SEASON SATURDAY WITH A BASH - Jon Lewis
COAT & HAT TO BE AUCTIONED AT COS FUND-RAISER - MSL Staff
SATURDAY CONFERENCE GEARED TOWARD ECO-TOURISM - Jon Lewis
ATTORNEY IN DOG MAULING CASE FACES A HEARING - The Associated Press
WINTER STORM TANGLES UP TAHOE TRAFFIC - The Associated Press
SHERIFF RUNOFF CANDIDATES: 'MORE WORK AHEAD' - Jon Lewis
CALIFORNIA MULLS BAN ON 'SUPER' SALMON - The Associated Press
BYRD, RIGGINS TO RUN OFF; ARMSTRONG WINS EASILY - MSL Staff
AANESTAD, LaMALFA WIN NORTH STATE NOMINATIONS - MSL Staff
SIMON PULLS OFF UPSET, DEFEATS RIORDAN - The Associated Press
DILIGENT DUNSMUIR DEPUTY HAS BUSY 2-DAY STRETCH - Jon Lewis
SNOWBOARDER, 15, KILLED AFTER STRIKING TREE - The Associated Press
COURT NARROWS FOURTH AMENDMENT RIGHTS - The Associated Press
MISSING BOARDER'S BODY FOUND ON MT. BACHELOR - The Associated Press
WOODLAND MAN KILLED IN AFGHAN FIREFIGHT - The Associated Press
CONDIT LOSES PRIMARY TO FORMER AIDE - The Associated Press
CALIFORNIANS FACE DECISIONS ON SIX INITIATIVES - The Associated Press
JUDGE UPHOLDS KLAMATH TRIBES' WATER RIGHTS - The Associated Press
VOTERS HAVE MANY CHOICES AT POLLS TODAY - MSL Staff
SISKIYOU COUNTY SHERIFF'S RACE IS WIDE OPEN - Rick Martin
CONTRARY TO PARTY, DAVIS MUM ON TERM LIMITS - The Associated Press
SIMON SURGES AHEAD AS RIORDAN LAUNCHES ATTACKS - The Associated Press
MENINGITIS CASE PROMPTS SISKIYOU HEALTH ALERT - MSL Staff
COUNTY'S HISTORY IS FOCUS OF FESTIVE NIGHT - MSL Staff
POLL: OPPOSITION TO TERM-LIMIT FIX IS GROWING - The Associated Press
WHITE HOUSE CREATES KLAMATH WATER PANEL - The Associated Press
2-YEAR-OLD TAKES RIDE IN SACTO WASHING MACHINE - The Associated Press
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Week of February 24, 2002  
WILDERNESS GROUP SAYS THREE AREA SITES THREATENED - The Associated Press/MSL Staff
POT PLANTS, FIGHTING ROOSTERS NABBED IN RAID - MSL Staff
WAS TYRANNOSAURUS REX A JURASSIC SLOWPOKE? - The Associated Press
TOURISTS, TRAVELERS HELP SHORE UP CITY'S BUDGET - Jon Lewis
SIMON AHEAD OF PACK AS GOP CANDIDATES TRADE BARBS - The Associated Press
FEDS INTEND FULL WATER DELIVERIES FOR BASIN - The Associated Press
SCIENTISTS TO VISIT BASIN, SISKIYOU COUNTY - MSL Staff/The Associated Press
WITNESS TO DOG MAULING TESTIFIES - The Associated Press
OFFICIALS BELIEVE CHILD'S BODY IS DANIELLE - The Associated Press

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