As chairman of the Del Norte District of the Humboldt-Del Norte Medical Society, past trustee of the California Medical Association and the local urologist in Crescent City for the past 21 years, it is my responsibility to share with you the Medical Society’s policy statement on Sutter Health’s activities in our community.
I see in Saturday’s paper (June 7) where Keep It California campaign director Kevin Hendrick took out an ad celebrating the victory over Measure A. He cited the 59 percent who voted no on Measure A as a crushing defeat for the Jefferson state backers.
I write this piece in response to the arrogant behavior by Board of Supervisors Chairman David Finigan. At a Board of Supervisors meeting, Chairman Finigan spoke and acted like he was the emperor of Del Norte County. I urge all residents of this County to watch the video of the Board meeting for May 27 (31:30-01:08:00).
Carelessly left ember is a fire season warning for us
To the person who left a burning ember of some kind at the lower end of Blackhawk Bar: When we got there on Saturday there was a 15-foot-round hot spot of burning dirt. The wind was howling, and before our eyes we saw flames come to life.
The Resighini Rancheria of Yurok Indians located at the mouth of the Klamath River, joins with other Klamath Basin Tribes who are not signatories to the Klamath Hydroelectric Settlement Agreement (KHSA) and the Klamath Basin Restoration Agreement (KBRA) in opposition to Senate Bill S.2016, introduced in the Senate by Oregon senators Wyden and Merkley, and California senators Feinstein and Boxer. S.2016 is a bill to extinguish priority treaty water rights of Indian tribes.
From the pages of the Del Norte Triplicate, June 1952.
The nationwide delay in putting civil defense air observation posts on 24-hour duty was caused by other states not being ready. California is primed with volunteers and linked by telephone connections with state headquarters.
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