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  1. NewsChanging the LandscapeAs fires rage in California, TREX tries to blaze a better trailRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 8 | North Coast Journal Weekly Politics

    Two Klamath River TREX veterans, Mid Klamath Watershed Council Director Will Harling and Wildland International firefighter Jose Luis Duce Aragues, of Spain, grinned as they reached the bottom of the Ishi Pishi burn unit in Northeast Humboldt County around dusk to complete a challenging operation safely and successfully.

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  2. News'I am These People'Artist Brian D. Tripp and the land of the fix-the-world peopleRead the original story w/Photo

    May 11, 2017 | North Coast Journal Weekly Politics

    I saw the place the Karuk call the center of the world in a painting before going there for real. It was marked with a sleek isosceles triangle, blue magic marker on tinfoil - an emphatic shape that lingered in the mind.

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  3. Photos from the 56th Klamath Salmon FestivalRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 21, 2018 | North Coast Journal Weekly Politics

    In a Gensaw family tradition, Sam and Donovan Gensaw helped their grandfather Danny Gensaw cook fresh salmon over an open fire for the Salmon Festival. The tasty smell of fresh Klamath River salmon cooking the traditional way over an open fire mingled with the tangy smell of smoke from wildfires at the Yurok Tribe's 56th annual Klamath Salmon Festival on Sunday.

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  4. Let the Good Times RoeRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 17, 2018 | North Coast Journal Weekly Politics

    Celebrate the Klamath River and the return of fresh Klamath River salmon - cooked the traditional way over an open fire - at the 56th annual Klamath Salmon Festival , Saturday Aug. 18 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Yurok Tribe Headquarters . It's been two years since the Yurok Tribe was able to offer salmon at the festival due to record low runs in 2016 and 2017.

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  5. HSU Reaccredited, Urged to do More to Support Diverse Student BodyRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 25, 2018 | North Coast Journal Weekly Politics

    The Western Association of Schools and Colleges has reaffirmed Humboldt State University's accreditation for another eight years, praising the university's efforts to diversify its student body, while also recommending it do more to support students of color once they arrive on campus. In a three-page letter notifying HSU of its re-accreditation, the association's Senior Commission for Universities and Colleges offers HSU five commendations and six recommendations.

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  6. 'Definite Plan' for Klamath Dam Removals FiledRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 29, 2018 | North Coast Journal Weekly Politics

    The "definite plan" for removing four dams from the Klamath River has been filed with the Federal Regulatory Energy Commission, providing a detailed blue print for how the largest river restoration project in U.S. history will unfold. "We have completed a major milestone through the development and filing of this plan," said Mark Bransom, executive director of Klamath River Renewal Corporation.

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  7. Reflections on Black BearRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 9, 2017 | North Coast Journal Weekly Politics

    I never would have written a book like this 50 years ago when we first started the Black Bear commune. We knew we had to keep secrets then.

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  8. Federal Commission Approves Advisory Panel for Klamath Dam Removal EffortRead the original story w/Photo

    May 24, 2018 | North Coast Journal Weekly Politics

    The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has approved a proposal from the nonprofit organization formed to facilitate removal of the four hydroelectric dams clogging the Klamath River to form a panel of experts to help guide the process. Mark Bransom, executive director of the Klamath River Renewal Corporation, praised the commission's decision in a press release.

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  9. Did Trump Appoint a Non-Native to Native American Ambassadorship?Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 22, 2018 | North Coast Journal Weekly Politics

    Amid a maelstrom of "fake news reports" of indictments, sullied security clearances, resignations, forced resignations, removals and other such sundry vitriol among the many faces of the presidential administration, one name has gone unnoticed under society's radar. His Highness, or as he is called by many in Native American country "The Great Orange Father," has appointed Kaya Jones, aka Chyrstal Neria, to the National Diversity Coalition as the Native American Ambassador.

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  10. Feds Considering Protections for Klamath Spring ChinookRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 28, 2018 | North Coast Journal Weekly Politics

    The National Marine Fisheries Service today triggered a 12-month review process on whether the Klamath River's spring Chinook should be listed as endangered after finding the Karuk Tribe and Salmon River Restoration Council presented scientific evidence showing the "actions may be warranted." And the decision may very well rest on a cache of age-old fish bones found inside a cave in the Klamath Upper basin - with some dating back 5,000 years - where the so-called "springers" once swam before a series of dams blocked their way.

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  11. TL;DR: Five Questions to Catch You UpRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 10, 2017 | North Coast Journal Weekly Politics

    Busy week? We'll help you catch up on the basics of this week's cover story , which details the conversation about what should be done about the statue of President William McKinley and a plaque commemorating the Jacoby Storehouse on the Arcata Plaza. Read the full story here before you dive into a Facebook comments debate.

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  12. NewsA Monumental DecisionThe city of Arcata grapples with symbols from its pastRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 7, 2017 | North Coast Journal Weekly Politics

    Arcata City Councilmember Sofia Pereira and Mayor Susan Ornelas listen as members of the public weigh in at a special study session called to discuss the fate of the statue of President William McKinley and a plaque commemorating the Jacoby Storehouse on Dec. 4. ne by one, dozens of speakers addressed the large crowd gathered in Arcata's D Street Community Center on Dec. 4, passionately describing divergent views of two vestiges of the city's past placed on the Arcata Plaza nearly 60 years apart.

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