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Etna High School seniors earn FFA scholarships  Ridgecrest Daily Independent

Two Etna High School students from the Etna FFA Chapter were awarded with scholarships at the 91st California FFA Leadership Conference in Anaheim ...



Liz Writes Life: Rodeo Fun - News  Mount Shasta Herald

Liz Bowen began writing ranch and farm news, published in newspapers, in 1976. She is a native of Siskiyou County and lives near Callahan. Columns from the ...



EHS students display work at Marble Rim  Ridgecrest Daily Independent

These young artists bring a wide range of talents to the exhibition from pencil drawings, ceramics, accordion books, and monoprints, to portraiture.



Etna grads from many years come together for reunion  Siskiyou Daily News

More than 150 Etna High School alumni and their guests attended a reunion in July, held at Etna's Josh-Johnson Memorial Park.



Fun melodrama opens this weekend in Fort Jones  Siskiyou Daily News

Incorporating local themes and storylines familiar to Scott Valley and Siskiyou County audiences, the MAD Players' new melodrama, “Gold Meddling ... or Cain't ...



Etna High wrestling squad having strong season on the mat  Siskiyou Daily News

Before the start of the season, longtime Etna High School wrestling head coach Scott Forrester had a banner hung from where they practice each day on what ...



Etna High wrestling squad places 1st in D IV at NSCIF Championships  Siskiyou Daily News

The Etna Lions wrestling team came in first place overall in Division IV at the Northern Section DIII and DIV Wrestling Championships on Saturday at East ...



Etna in midst of small town revival  Siskiyou Daily News

Etna and McCloud have started their own successful revival efforts with a mix of these two approaches, with Etna leaning more toward a “fill the storefronts and ...



One Day, One Place: Etna, California  San Francisco Chronicle

The Chronicle has launched a new weekly Travel newsletter! Sign up here. Enter your email at the top and check the box marked “Travel.” The 2016 census put ...



EHS crowns Basketball Homecoming royalty  Siskiyou Daily News

Before he was crowned Etna High School's 2019 Basketball Homecoming King Friday evening, senior Wyatt Black said he was “glad to be up here holding this ...



Perfection: Etna VB finishes 10-0 in SCL with home win vs. Weed  Siskiyou Daily News

The Etna Lions ended the regular season at home Thursday with a convincing three set win over fellow Siskiyou County squad Weed 25-8, 25-10, 25-9.With the ...



Robert Guthrie Lindsay  Siskiyou Daily News

Bob was proud of his Scottish heritage. Both his parents emigrated to the United States. William Patterson Lindsay and Jessie Guthrie Mason met, married and ...



Carver is CattleWoman of the Year - News  Siskiyou Daily News

The 2018 CattlleWoman of the Year honor is awarded to an active member that has been involved in a number of Siskiyou CattleWomen activities and ...



Etna FFA: trip was fun and successful  Siskiyou Daily News

The Etna FFA attended the Superior Region speaking competition and meeting on March 20 and 21 in Chico.



71st Annual Scott Valley Pleasure Park Etna Open Rodeo set for May 6  Siskiyou Daily News

An annual tradition in Siskiyou County is set to return for another year.The 71st Annual Scott Valley Pleasure Park Etna Open Rodeo is set for Sunday, May 6 in ...



Obituary: Heidi Ann Mullis  Siskiyou Daily News

Heidi Ann Mullis was born on January 8, 1957 in Yreka, California. She was the daughter of Ben Hurlimann Jr., and Glory Ann Hurlimann.



Guest column: Remembering Etna High - Opinion  Siskiyou Daily News

People often ask me, “how'd you come into the Marines?” I usually start with, “well, Mr. Oster taught me physics in the 10th grade;



Guest Opinion: Remembering a local hero  Siskiyou Daily News

There haven't been very many nights in the past 10 years that I look out the living room window and see the porch light on at Buddy's house, which is across the ...



45 years and 6,525 students later, school secretary to retire  Siskiyou Daily News

In her 45 years working as a secretary at Fort Jones Elementary, Patsy Piersall has become a staple at the school, in some cases having served three ...



Etna High Schools 2016 homecoming royalty  Siskiyou Daily News

Payton Dickinson and Shailyn Tupman were named the Etna High School homecoming king and queen before the start of the varsity football game against ...



Etna High Football Preview: Lions seek another successful year on the gridiron  Siskiyou Daily News

The Etna Lions look to continue their positive play on the gridiron in 2016.Under fourth year head coach Wade Dickinson, the Lions have earned playoff berths ...



Nancy Carver will be Etna Rodeo Parade’s grand marshal  Siskiyou Daily News

Nancy Carver's connection with the Scott Valley Pleasure Park Rodeo has covered most of her life, beginning with a young Nancy riding her tame cow in the ...



Fort Jones man charged with attempted murder  Siskiyou Daily News

Rick Calvin Case, age 41, is suspected of shooting at a person from a distance of 20 feet, but missing his target, according to a report from the Siskiyou County ...



30th annual Etna FFA dinner-auction is Oct. 7  Siskiyou Daily News

The 30th annual Etna FFA dinner-auction is coming up on Saturday, Oct. 7, at Etna High School, which is located at 400 Howell Avenue in Etna.



A succulent venture in the valley - News  Siskiyou Daily News

For 20 years, even before there was a drought, locally-owned Mountain Crest Gardens in Fort Jones was selling succulents, but lately the business has really ...



Siskiyou American Legion team one of top six in state  Siskiyou Daily News

The team, comprised of players from across Siskiyou County, are competing in the American Legion California State Tournament, which begins today in ...



More than $400,000 missing in Fort Jones  Siskiyou Daily News

Where's the money?” That's the question Fort Jones Volunteer Fire Department Chief Christian Sherfy says he's been asking the Fort Jones City Council for the ...



Bookings: 1/18-1/22 - News  Siskiyou Daily News

The Siskiyou County Sheriff's Office reported the following: January 18 • William Cody Hughes, age 52 of Weaverville, was charged with two counts of burglary, ...



Etna Lion Pride fundraiser dinner set for February 25  Siskiyou Daily News

The Etna Lion Pride Athletic Booster Club annual fundraiser dinner will take place next month in Fort Jones.The event, in its ninth year, raises funds that help ...



Reporting Center adds to community - News  Siskiyou Daily News

“Giving back to the community is the most important thing we do here,” said Klamath River resident Cory Smith, who is serving a 45 day sentence at Siskiyou ...



What to do if you encounter a cougar in the wild  Siskiyou Daily News

YREKA – Cougars in California are a protected species and their numbers are growing without control, said Siskiyou County Agriculture Commissioner James ...



Hornbrook man found not guilty after trial overturned  Siskiyou Daily News

Young was convicted in June of 2014 by a Siskiyou County jury on seven charges covering acts with three different children. At the time, he prosecution's case ...



Lawsuits seek to stymie Crystal Geyser - News  Siskiyou Daily News

The Winnemem Wintu Tribe and WATER (We Advocate Thorough Environmental Review) have filed two lawsuits to prevent the project, both of which are ...



Melanie Fowle named 2016 CattleWoman of the Year  Siskiyou Daily News

Siskiyou County CattleWomen proudly awarded the 2016 CattleWoman of the Year honor to Melanie Fowle of Etna.



Booked into jail Aug. 30, 2018 - News  Siskiyou Daily News

A look at the bookings in the Aug. 30 edition of the Siskiyou Daily News.



Etna varsity and Yreka JV earn 2nd place finishes at Miner Mountain Blast Tourney  Siskiyou Daily News

The Yreka Miners junior varsity volleyball team placed second at the Miner Mountain Blast Tournament in Yreka on Saturday. Jada Swenson was voted to the JV ...



Local snowpack reaches average ahead of schedule  Siskiyou Daily News

According to measurements taken February 1, the snowpack is at 95 percent of the historic average snow height (snow depth) and at 100 percent of the historic ...



Updated: Numerous fires burning in Siskiyou County  Mail Tribune

Update: The Little Deer fire located north of Grass Lake near Little Deer Mountain on the Goosenest Ranger District of the Klamath National Forest has grown to ...



Yreka woman dies in solo rollover accident - News  Siskiyou Daily News

The Yreka CHP reminded motorists to wear their seatbelts at all times, no matter how short the drive. A 47 year old woman from Yreka was killed Wednesday ...



Yreka High Miners compete at NAL Center Meet  Siskiyou Daily News

In the varsity girls events for YHS, junior Alisha McFall set a season record in the 100-meter dash, finishing with a time of 12.35 seconds to earn a first place ...



Assemblyman Dahle wants to represent District 1 in senate  Siskiyou Daily News

This story is the last in a series of profiles about the candidates running for the District 1 Senate seat. Candidates include Democrat Silke Pflueger and ...



Newspaper seeks input through online survey - News  Siskiyou Daily News

Siskiyou Daily News is looking for input from our readers.



Siskiyou County federal employees feel stress of furlough  Siskiyou Daily News

There were 720 federal employees in the Siskiyou County workforce in November, according to the state's Employment Development Department.



Two arrested in armed car jacking  Siskiyou Daily News

On June 16, at around midnight, Yreka Police Department officers responded to Raley's Supermarket in Yreka on a report of an armed car jacking.



Booked into jail Aug. 21, 2017 - News  Siskiyou Daily News

A look at the bookings in the Aug. 21 edition of the Siskiyou Daily News.



Former Belcampo president is COS CTE Dean, Yreka Center Director  Siskiyou Daily News

Klever, who originally moved to Siskiyou County in 2011 and worked as president and general manager at Belcampo Farms, has been serving as the Interim ...



Weekends Sportsmens Expo was the place to be  Siskiyou Daily News

With typical spring weather on Saturday, the kind where if you don't like it just wait five minutes because it is changing fast, and a really nice spring day on ...



Unemployment rate up slightly in June  Siskiyou Daily News

Siskiyou County's unemployment rate rose slightly to 6.2 percent in June, up from 5.5 percent in May, according to information released Friday by the state's ...



Letters to the Editor: Thank you Audrey  Siskiyou Daily News

Audrey Denney, candidate for California's First District for Congress, visited Siskiyou County again! The occasion was the Paint Siskiyou Blue Democratic ...



Dunsmuir man accused of burglarizing residence - News  Siskiyou Daily News

DUNSMUIR – A Dunsmuir man suspected of burglarizing a residence in January was arrested Friday after an extensive investigation that included the Siskiyou ...



Political musical chairs may be costly for Siskiyou  Siskiyou Daily News

Republican Assemblyman Brian Dahle announced Tuesday that he will run for Senate District 1 when incumbent Ted Gaines vacates his seat to serve on the ...



Sheriff’s deputy commended for two notable arrests  Siskiyou Daily News

Siskiyou County Sheriff's Office Deputy Rob Stewart was commended for “exemplary law enforcement work” by Sheriff Jon Lopey on Friday for two noteworthy ...



'American Pickers' searching for Siskiyou treasure - News  Siskiyou Daily News

American Pickers” is a documentary series that explores the world of antique “picking,” featuring Mike Wolfe and Frank Fritz, two of the most skilled pickers in the ...



Hash oil lab shut down after Lake Shastina raid  Siskiyou Daily News

Two Lake Shastina residents were arrested Friday morning, Oct. 26, after a butane hash oil lab was discovered in their garage, which was adjacent to a ...



Madrone Hospice introduces new board president  Siskiyou Daily News

Nancy Barnes grew up in Davis, California, where she met her husband, Rick, while in school at UC Davis.



One of Etnas own tests her mettle  Siskiyou Daily News

Sarah Loogman, formerly of Etna, held her own against a group of elite athletes at this weekend's Regional CrossFit competition, which is held each year to ...



Fla. pastor sentenced to 100 years in child-sex case  Siskiyou Daily News

Florida Circuit Judge John Kastrenakes said he was glad to hear from family and friends who know Palm Beach County pastor James Jackson as an ...



Births: Bailey Rae - News  Siskiyou Daily News

Delaina Lynn Farmer and Joshua Dale Mott of Yreka, California are proud to announce the birth of their daughter, Bailey Rae Mott. Bailey was born January 25, ...



Bookings/Arrests  Siskiyou Daily News

Oct. 3• Joseph Alberto Rosado, 61, of Redding CA, was charged with DUI and BAC 0.08 percent.



Habitat for Humanity breaks ground in Weed  Siskiyou Daily News

Williams had to wait two years for Saturday's groundbreaking and there are four more people on the waiting list. Siskiyou Habitat for Humanity is not taking any ...



Suspect in Dunsmuir antique store burglary arrested  Siskiyou Daily News

Benjamin Osborn, 43, attempted to flee the Florence Loop home but was apprehended by a Siskiyou County Sheriff's deputy and a K9, according to a press ...



Siskiyou beef ambassadors compete at the local level  Siskiyou Daily News

The 2018 Siskiyou County CattleWomen's Beef Ambassador Competition was held on Thursday, March 1, at Etna High School. Eight high school students from ...



Crash puts a halt to season opener at Siskiyou Golden Speedway  Siskiyou Daily News

Saturday night was the inaugural event promoted by Kevin Barba at the Siskiyou Golden Speedway in Yreka. With rain causing the cancellation of the three ...



$1 million warrant for stabbing suspect - News  Siskiyou Daily News

Joseph Alonzo Millan, age 30, should be considered armed and dangerous, the YPD reported, and there is an active $1 million warrant for his arrest on charges ...



Shayne Looper: The most damaging lie  Siskiyou Daily News

One of the most pernicious and damaging lies, also one of the most pervasive, told by people to others and to themselves is: “It's no use.” Variations on this ...



Karuk Tribe supports Beacon  Siskiyou Daily News

Michael Thom of the Karuk Tribe, center, presents a $500 check to Beacon of Hope Gospel Rescue Mission earlier this week.



Susan Sparks: Resurrection biscuits  Siskiyou Daily News

Easter reminds me of resurrection. Which reminds me of death. Which reminds me of my grandmother's biscuits. Ganny, as we called her, lived in a tiny little ...



Second candidate enters race for senate seat  Siskiyou Daily News

Hime is described as a lifetime conservative and “tireless advocate for reducing government red tape.”



Starbucks makes big changes to rewards program ... and not everyones happy  Siskiyou Daily News

Next time you open the Starbucks app, things will look a lot different.Starting Tuesday, the Seattle-based coffee chain has revamped its rewards program.Before ...



Booked into jail June 4, 2018 - News  Siskiyou Daily News

A look at the bookings in the June 4 edition of the Siskiyou Daily News.



Ick! Study finds mens beards have more germs than dog fur  Siskiyou Daily News

Bad news for fans of facial hair: Beards are swimming in germs, according to a newly released study.TV station KPLC reports that the Hirslanden Clinic in ...



Wilma Doris Ferrell  Siskiyou Daily News

Wilma “Doris” Ferrell, dedicated wife, mother, sister and friend, passed away Tuesday, March 5, 2019 in Albuquerque, NM at the age of 85 after a long struggle ...



Dr. Elaine Heffner: Tuned in - Opinion  Siskiyou Daily News

An important factor in any relationship is the way one person reacts to the other's emotional needs and moods. In studies of mothers and infants, researchers ...



Klamathon Fire suspect has no criminal history  Siskiyou Daily News

A 32 year old man from San Francisco sat quietly with his head down as he was arraigned in a Yreka courtroom Thursday afternoon, charged with involuntary ...



Klamath National Forest officials give update to supes  Siskiyou Daily News

Klamath National Forest Supervisor Patty Grantham and new KNF Deputy Supervisor Kris Sexton came before the Siskiyou County Board of Supervisors on ...



Electromagnetic Soul Vehicle is Thenos tribute to New Age  Siskiyou Daily News

Performances are scheduled for Jan. 25, 26 and 27 at College of the Siskiyous in Weed.



Booked into jail June 29, 2018 - News  Siskiyou Daily News

A look at the bookings in the June 29 edition of the Siskiyou Daily News.



Casey Elizabeth Pearson  Siskiyou Daily News

Casey Elizabeth Pearson died suddenly on Sept. 30, 2013, in Morgan Hill, Calif., at the age of 27.



Booked into jail May 3, 2018 - News  Siskiyou Daily News

A look at the bookings in the May 3 edition of the Siskiyou Daily News.



Man arrested for starting Klamathon Fire  Siskiyou Daily News

John Colin Eagle Skoda was booked into Siskiyou County Jail after CAL FIRE investigators determined he caused the fire by “burning debris recklessly,” ...



Family Law facilitator offers many services - News  Siskiyou Daily News

Just about the last job Mark Skinner had in mind when he graduated from law school was family law attorney, but, he says, a professor of his had said, “You can ...



Dear Monty: 3 ways to buy a home with no down-payment and marginal credit  Siskiyou Daily News

Reader question: Can I buy a home with no down payment and marginal credit? I have been working a good job for over two years. I had several years of a bad ...



Siskiyou County native Keely Bosler new Cabinet Secretary to governors office  Siskiyou Daily News

Keely Bosler, a Siskiyou County native, was recently appointed as Cabinet Secretary to the California Governor's Office. Bosler, who grew up in Scott Valley, has ...



Booked into jail Nov. 2, 2017 - News  Siskiyou Daily News

A look at the bookings in the Nov. 2 edition of the Siskiyou Daily News.



Yreka Miner JV boys hoops squad improves to 15-1, takes Corning tourney title  Siskiyou Daily News

The Yreka Miners junior varsity boys basketball team improved to 15-1 for the year by winning a tourney down in Corning on Saturday.YHS took down Anderson ...



Stable Hands Annual Gala Benefit set for July 21  Siskiyou Daily News

It is once again time for Stable Hands' Annual Gala Benefit, and some exciting changes have taken place for this year's event.



Slow down and watch for wildlife  Siskiyou Daily News

The California Highway Patrol and the Department of Fish and Wildlife are asking drivers to slow down and watch for wildlife.



Movie review: Jordan Peele’s freaky horror flick, ‘Us,’ will scare you silly  Siskiyou Daily News

Blame Jordan Peele if you're unable to sleep peacefully again. In “Us,” Peele's follow-up to his Oscar-winning horror satire, “Get Out,” the ...



Carr Fire pyrocumulus plume  Siskiyou Daily News

Mount Shasta's JoAnna Jones captured this photo of the pyrocumulus cloud rising over Shasta County from the Carr Fire from Highway 36 on Thursday ...



Concrete work means delays on I-5  Siskiyou Daily News

It is estimated that 25000 vehicles zoom up and down Interstate 5 in the Siskiyou County area each day.



Weed PD officer, unruly crowd clash on video  Siskiyou Daily News

An incident that took place in Weed on Saturday evening has caused an uproar on social media and in the local community.



Draft EIR details Klamath dam removal impacts and alternatives  Siskiyou Daily News

Another important step in the process leading up to removal of four dams along the Klamath River was reached at the end of 2018. On Dec. 27, 2018, the ...



Injured firefighter recovering  Siskiyou Daily News

A fundraising effort has exceeded its goal after nearly $30000 was donated to support Brandon Feller, a Siskiyou County firefighter injured in the Klamathon Fire ...



Siskiyou County Athletes of the Week  Siskiyou Daily News

Below are the Daily News Siskiyou County athletes of the week selections for the week of Oct. 3. Football* Payton Dickinson of Etna High ran for 101 yards and ...



Miner St. Meat Market/Siskiyou Distributing scholarship application  Siskiyou Daily News

In an effort to promote local agriculture involvement and support local farming and ranching families, Miner St. Meat Market and Siskiyou Distributing are offering ...



Sheriff-District Attorney team seize drug lab and firearms  Siskiyou Daily News

On Friday, June 29, the Siskiyou Interagency Marijuana Investigation Team, a combined team made-up of Siskiyou County Sheriff's Office and Siskiyou County ...



Butte Valley teachers work to expand students' options  Siskiyou Daily News

Even though it serves just 98 students in an economically depressed area, Butte Valley High School in Dorris is offering more opportunities than ever for those ...



Mountain lion sighted in Yreka neighborhood  Siskiyou Daily News

The mountain lion above was seen Monday morning at approximately 6:30 a.m. in the 800 block of Discovery Street in Yreka, according to the Yreka Police ...



JH Ranch sues CAL FIRE over PDPA opinion  Siskiyou Daily News

Faith-based guest ranch JH Ranch Mountain Resort has taken an issue with CAL FIRE to the court system, with an allegation that the agency has violated the ...



Booked into jail June 22, 2018  Siskiyou Daily News

A look at the bookings in the June 22 edition of the Siskiyou Daily News.



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