Nov 12, 2013
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.
National Public Radio
Take This State And Shove It: The New Secession Movement
Pedestrians cross Miner Street in Yreka, Calif., in Feb. 2008. Fed up with what they see as a lack of representation at the state capitol and overregulation, supervisors in the far Northern California county have voted in favor of separating from the state.
School Board to discuss bond money today
Del Norte County Unified School District School Board is poised to change its mind about selling another $10 million in bond money at an emergency meeting today.
A rich find of ore along the Klamath
From the pages of the Crescent City American, October 1927. Two Klamath men in Monday from the lower Klamath River section, says the Yreka Journal, had specimens of ore running $25,000 to a ton.
The American Spectator
If At First You Don't Secede
On September 3 the board of supervisors of California's rural Siskiyou County, right next to the Oregon border, voted to secede.