Wednesday Dec 4
The Modesto Bee
Tentative agreement signed in Klamath water wars
The governor and U.S. Bureau of Reclamation Commissioner Michael L. Conner signed the agreement in principal Wednesday in Klamath Falls.
Sacramento Bee Newspaper
Viewpoints: A healthy Klamath River benefits California fisheries and farms
Recent droughts, wildfires and floods throughout the West point to one stark reality: An integrated approach to water management is essential to securing our region's long-term prosperity.
Marin Independent Journal
How it is: A bed that's more like a favorite blankie
A while ago we spent a grueling weekend driving from the Bay Area to the far northern border of California to deliver my daughter's stuff to her new world.
Relatives' plight in Philippines spurs fundraiser
The Philippines may be far away from Del Norte, but the recent typhoon has had a devastating affect on the family of a local teacher.
Sheriff, Yurok Tribe at odds over pact
Wilson calls halt to training, orders extra Klamath-area patrols Del Norte County sheriff's deputies have been spending more time in Klamath lately, said Sheriff Dean Wilson.
Restoration work receives a boost
Considering the vast, mighty nature of the Klamath River - the second-largest in California - small tributaries in Del Norte County like Hunter and Terwer creeks might seem insignificant.