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Letters to the editor published June 7, 2014

Resighini Tribal Council opposes Senate bill

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.

 


Pages of History: Nation delays civil defense observation

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.


Coastal Voices: Grads, start thinking about your futures

Dear graduates, with your graduation you are about leave the comfort of your youth to embark on a new and wonderful portion of your life. Now is the time to grow beyond the security of your youth, your high school years and create new experiences.


Letters to the editor June 5, 2014

Undeterred by challenges of protesting rate increases

Seven years ago I protested the $42.5 million sewer upgrade/expansion. The questions in my mind before ever going on the City Council were:

Was the one and only bid by Wahlund fixed? Why did they start construction before doing a Prop 218 protest vote? How was a community of less than 30,000 people with about 3,800 people on sewer going to afford to pay $42.5 million? Why should the ratepayers be compelled to pay when the 11.8 percent expansion figure was pure fiction? Developers have to pay for expansion.


California Focus: Will voters create a de facto third party?

California voters created tectonic changes in state politics four years ago, when they approved the “top two” primary election system that takes effect in races for statewide offices next month.


Letters to the editor published May 31, 2014

The elusive state of Jefferson

There is a book written by Peter Lauffer, a professor at the University of Oregon, that is a comprehensive history of the state of Jefferson starting in the late 1800s in the rural counties of Southern Oregon and Northern California.

This movement reignited just before Pearl Harbor and actually was to the point of pushing Judge John Childs of Del Norte County as its governor. Pearl Harbor occurred and the effort disappeared in the fight to save our country in a world war.

 


Pages of History: Carnegie awards won by DN men

From the pages of the Del Norte Triplicate, May 1964.

Two Del Norte fishermen have been awarded Carnegie Hero awards for the rescue of another fisherman from the stormy Pacific Ocean off Crescent City.

 


Letters to the Editor: May 29, 2014

I am absolutely not voting for Doehle

Judges have more power than we will ever know. It is very important to elect a judge who can be trusted with this power and authority. I don’t know what judge I will be voting for, but I do know that I am absolutely not voting for the incumbent and temporarily appointed judge, Chris Doehle. 


Did You Know?: We do not have to vote on everything

Is it really true that I am urging you not to vote? Yes, it’s partly true. Quite possibly you have an interest in several of the local races and may feel passionately about one or more races. It could be Measure A or any of the three local countywide races for office.


Coastal Voices: Correction: ‘Good news out of Sacramento’

My good friend Bob Berkowitz must have gotten a dose of bad data in his “Did You Know?” column (“Good news, bad news out of Sacramento,” May 20).


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