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Klamath, California is located in Del Norte County. Zip codes in Klamath, CA include 95548. The median home price in Klamath is $160,000. More Klamath information.

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Wednesday | Triplicate.com

Body found near Klamath River

An unidentified body was found Wednesday near the Klamath River down a steep bank off Highway 169 halfway to Klamath Glenn, authorities said.

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Tue Apr 15, 2014

Two Rivers Tribune

Watershed Education 20 Years and Counting

Ms. Judith's pre-Kindergarten class at Hoopa Elementary learned about the water cycle./Photos courtesy of the Americorps Watershed Stewardship Project.

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Triplicate.com

Del Norte man missing, authorities say

A Del Norte man has been missing for over a month, according to authorities. The last confirmed sighting of Romeo Glaze, 34, was on March 12 in Klamath.

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Two Rivers Tribune

VOICES: Klamath Water Deal

Your report on the new Klamath Water Deal in the March 18th edition did a good job describing the trade-offs leaders of the Klamath Tribes are willing to make in pursuing their joint goals of restoring tribal fisheries and getting into the timber business.

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Sun Apr 13, 2014

Times-Standard

Karuk leader Amos Merrill Tripp passes away

Tripp's memorial service is set for 11 a.m. Monday at Redwood Acres in Eureka with internment to follow at Oceanview Cemetery.

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North Coast Journal Weekly Politics

Nice, and Nicer

The question came near the end of the two-hour debate Friday night, one she said she hadn't expected: What do you bring to the position of 5th District supervisor that your opponent does not? After a long pause, challenger Sharon Latour said, "Twenty years more of adult life, of problem-solving, tragedy and joy, mistakes and redemption a the ... (more)

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Times-Standard

On dealing with drought, part 2

Last week, Mark DuPont of Klamath Knot Permaculture and Dan Mar of High Tide Permaculture offered some suggestions for dealing with the ongoing drought in California.

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Thu Apr 10, 2014

Sacramento Bee Newspaper

Klamath Tribes approve water-sharing agreement

Members of the Klamath Tribes have approved an agreement to share water with cattle ranchers on rivers running through former reservation lands in return for work to improve fish habitat.

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Wed Apr 09, 2014

Two Rivers Tribune

Stories Legends and Other Things: Peace in the Valley

In the years to come, scholars will continue to wage battles over the different theories of how long Indians have been in America.

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Two Rivers Tribune

Local Drought Preparations Continue Despite Recent Rains

Communities in the Klamath-Trinity region are moving ahead with emergency drought plans despite the recent rains that sent much-needed water into local streams and reservoirs.

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Two Rivers Tribune

The New Klamath Deal

A water deal made hundreds of miles up the Klamath River between Oregon irrigators and the Klamath Tribes could have far reaching impacts for all tribes and communities up and down the river.

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Two Rivers Tribune

Klamath Tribes Negotiate Water Deal With Oregon Ranchers

Farmers and ranchers in the Upper Klamath Basin agreed to restore fish habitat and push for removal of four dams on the Klamath River less than a year after the Klamath Tribes exercised their senior water rights to cutoff irrigation in the area.

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Two Rivers Tribune

Blazing Trails with Fire Planning Collaborative

Collaboration, the word, has many meanings but in the on-going conflicts over natural resources like water or timber, it must sometimes sound like the punch line of a not-especially-funny joke.

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Sun Apr 06, 2014

Times-Standard

On dealing with drought

As the basis of all life on Earth, water is such an everyday part of our lives that we sometimes forget its importance.

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Sat Apr 05, 2014

Times-Standard

'We're watching an extinction ...'; coalition of river advocates...

In the midst of a historic statewide drought, a coalition of environmental, fishing and tribal groups is attempting to convince California's water board to protect a group of North Coast waterways facing dangerously low flows.

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Fri Apr 04, 2014

Two Rivers Tribune

River Activists Visit Amazon Villages

Dania Rose Colegrove, right, was, with Nat Pennington, one of the organizers of a contingent of youth activists who traveled to the Amazon jungle to share dam resistance stories with villagers who are themselves facing inundation from dams.

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Fri Mar 28, 2014

Two Rivers Tribune

VOICES: Craig Tucker on Dwinnell Dam

For the record, Felice Pace still does not have his facts completely straight regarding the Karuk and Klamath Riverkeeper settlement over Dwinnell Dam on the Shasta River.

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North Coast Journal Weekly Politics

Journal Snags Six Awards

Journal staff writers and photographers won a total of six awards from the California Newspaper Publishers Association's 2013 Better Newspapers Contest.

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Thu Mar 27, 2014

Triplicate.com

Alder Camp escapee apprehended

Minimum security inmate Corey Joseph Janic, who walked away from Alder Camp near Klamath on Wednesday morning, was apprehended at about 7:20 p.m. Wednesday two miles south of the facility near U.S. Highway 101 and Klamath Beach Road.

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Times-Standard

Fishing the North Coast: Rain washes away last of the steelhead...

The season started with North Coast rivers flowing barely above a trickle, and for the most part closed.

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