Results 1 - 20 of 27 for "u:tworiverstribune.com" in Klamath, CA
A small crowd of property owners, community organizers and firefighters gathered in Orleans last week to help, on a local level at least, to struggle against the burgeoning odds in favor of more giant wildfires. Comment?
It's that time of the year again. You know spring is in the air when AmeriCorps Watershed Stewards Project interns begin moving from class to class, teaching students about the watersheds they live in and the organisms they share it with. Comment?
The Klamath-Trinity Joint Unified School District gave layoff notices to one district administrator and several teachers because of across the board spending cuts by the U.S. Government. Comment?
Hoopa Valley Tribal Councilmember Hayley Hutt reported back from lobbying efforts in Washington D.C. with mixed results to the Tribal Council on Monday, March 4. "Of course sequestration was a top priority," Hutt said. Comment?
A well pump in the Scott Valley on August 23, 2009, powered an array of overhead sprinklers on a day when water flow in the river was 9 cfs, a figure below the minimum needed by fish. Comment?
Gold miners on the Salmon River have long seemed inventive. It should come as little surprise, then, that their brethren on the Klamath would come up with a ploy to evade the state's moratorium on suction dredging. Comment?
The Yurok Tribal Elections Committee certified the results on Monday Feb. 24, of a controversial special referendum on the Nez Perce v. Salazar Settlement that called for $10.1 million to pay attorneys' fees and to finance a resort casino in Klamath. Comment?
New commissioners in Klamath County, the equivalent of supervisors in a California county, have reopened discussions to decide whether or not to cancel an extension for the Klamath Basin Restoration Agreement . Comment?
Scientists from the U.S. Department of Interior, the U.S. Department of Commerce, and the National Marine Fisheries Service released a final 400-page overview of the expected effects of dam removal on the Klamath River. Comment?
I agree with PacifiCorp VP and chief PR man Dean Brockbank who in the January 22nd TRT wrote: "Everyone owes it to those who are impacted by this issue and trying to sort out its complexities to responsibly stick to the facts." That's why I can't understand how Mr. Comment?
Many locals know her as 'Becky Toe,' a spin off nick name that was given to her late father 'Jimmie Toe' James. Comment?
When the directors of the Salmon River Restoration Council met recently to consider whether to extend the sunset date for the Klamath Basin Restoration Agreement , they got a big surprise. Comment?
James Dunlap and Frank McCovey were surrounded by a small crowd in front of Lucky Bear Casino in Hoopa on Wednesday, Jan. Comment?
Recent claims of retribution by government scientist come as no surprise. The Klamath Bureau of Reclamation has used bad science in the past. Comment?
Seven biologists claim "coercive threats" are being used to censor scientific reports and to silence scientists working for the Bureau of Reclamation. Comment?
There were early signs when he was growing up in Forks of Salmon, that Rush Sturges would do stuff as crazy as what he does. Comment?
All of the 42 groups involved in negotiating the Klamath Basin Restoration Agreement , including Humboldt County, the Karuk Tribe, the Yurok Tribe, and framers in the Upper Klamath Basin, have signed on to extend the agreement for another two years. Comment?
Marge ran the Forks of Salmon Store, which, in those days, was located at the mouth of McNeal Creek barely up the South Fork from where it joins the North. Comment?
Barely a century since burning by tribal people and others was outlawed, the clamor and campaign for its return continues to grow. Comment?
Scientists have said the wayward whale that died last summer after swimming from the sea into the Klamath River and attracting hundreds of well-wishers suffered a fungal skin infection caused by the river's fresh water. Comment?