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  1. NewsTop 10 Stories From 2016 in HumboldtRead the original story w/Photo

    May 21, 2015 | North Coast Journal Weekly Politics

    Every year our editorial team collaborates to discuss the year's top stories, compiling those we thought had the most profound and lasting impact on our community. Exactly a year ago, we agreed that 2015 was a "rough year" on the North Coast, with many deaths due to drownings, suicides and homicides, and we offered our hope for a "prosperous and peaceful" 2016.

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  2. Should there be carbon penalties for 'no growth' communities?Read the original story w/Photo

    Dec 23, 2016 | The San Diego Union-Tribune

    The Yurok tribe's carbon offset project encompasses 7,660 acres of Douglas-Fir and mixed hardwood forest near the Klamath River in Northern California. The Yurok tribe's carbon offset project encompasses 7,660 acres of Douglas-Fir and mixed hardwood forest near the Klamath River in Northern California.

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  3. Farmers score in battle over diverting Klamath River water for endangered speciesRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 22, 2016 | The Fresno Bee

    Northern California and Oregon irrigation districts have won a key round in a long-running legal battle as they seek compensation for their loss of water in the Klamath River Basin. In a 53-page opinion , U.S. Court of Federal Claims Judge Marilyn Blank Horn concluded the federal government's 2001 diversion of Klamath River Basin water amounted to a "physical taking" of the irrigation districts' property.

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  4. Hoopa Valley Tribe Testifies Against Westlands in Federal CourtRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 13, 2016 | Two Rivers Tribune

    From left to right: Hoopa Valley Tribal Fisheries Director Mike Orcutt, Self-Governance Director Daniel Jordan, Chairman Ryan Jackson and Attorney Tom Schlosser. On Monday, the Hoopa Valley Tribe, the Yurok Tribe and an attorney representing the United States testified in front of a panel of three federal judges asking them to overturn a previous ruling in favor of San Luis and Delta Mendota Water Authority and Westlands Water District.

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  5. Huffman proposes Yurok Lands ActRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 9, 2016 | Times-Standard

    North Coast Congressman Jared Huffman introduced legislation called the Yurok Lands Act this week that would make the tribe a joint lead agency for all major federal actions within the reservation's borders. The act also would extend tribal lands by 1,229 acres.

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  6. Feds sued again for allegedly causing infection of Klamath River salmonRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 5, 2016 | Times-Standard

    Two federal agencies are the target of a second lawsuit alleging they violated the Endangered Species Act by allowing up to 90 percent of juvenile Klamath River coho salmon to become infected by an intestinal parasite in 2014 and 2015. “Rather than taking action to improve river conditions to recover endangered coho salmon, NOAA Fisheries attempted to allow higher parasite infection rates,” said Konrad Fisher, director of Klamath Riverkeeper, one of four entities that filed the litigation last week.

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  7. Yurok Tribe Blames Feds for Salmon Die-OffRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 4, 2016 | North Coast Journal Weekly Politics

    The federal government was hit with a second lawsuit this week claiming its bungled management of waterways allowed a deadly parasite to infect 91 percent of endangered juvenile coho salmon on the California-Oregon border. The lawsuit from the 5,000-member Yurok Tribe comes four months after the 2,700-member Hoopa Valley Tribe in Humboldt County blamed the feds for causing lethal infections in threatened Chinook salmon.

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  8. Francis Coppola is opening a restaurant like no otherRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 7, 2016 | SFGate

    Slide open a big barn door into the New World-it's the era of the Algonquin tribe, Sir Walter Raleigh, Queen Elizabeth, and Virginia-where large, colorful rawhide art, paintings of famed Native Americans hang on the walls, and the black ceiling twinkles with hundreds of tiny lights reminiscent of what big, beautiful night skies in the 1500s must've been like. You've entered Werocwocomoco, a Francis Coppola restaurant that opened Saturday, November 5th at Virginia Dare Winery in Sonoma County.

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  9. a To the American Indiana turns 100Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 29, 2016 | Times-Standard

    This year marks the 100th anniversary of “To the American Indian,” a book written by Lucy Thompson, a Yurok woman who lived her entire life in Humboldt County. Now it may seem odd calling attention to a book published in 1916.

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  10. Sweet basil and the bee: Tribute to a glorious stuffingRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 22, 2016 | Chico Enterprise-Record

    Lots to think about this Thanksgiving, but for the moment let's revel in the glory of Northern California in the fall. Stop thinking about Christmas or Black Friday for a few minutes and enjoy the gorgeous colors of leaves, on trees, layered on the lawn and heaped in tempting piles, beautiful orange persimmons on bare branches, cool weather with a healthy dose of rain, a gigantic and spectacular moon, and pups in sweaters.

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