Smith River

Paddle with care

Prison staff recovering from attack

Healthcare District withholds money from RHS, calls for change

Governors ask federal government to declare fisheries disaster

Memorial Day services planned

Tribes begin annual Klamath Salmon Run along river

News of Record May 12–18, 2017

Yurok traditional fire management

Keeping the flame

Details scarce in fatal shooting

Board updated on Last Chance Grade

Eight guards, seven inmates injured at Pelican Bay

All hands on deck for EOC training

Crowdsourcing transportation issues

Healthcare District eyed action before Feller quit

Yurok officials to speak at fisheries hearing

Local man thankful new device saved life

Volunteers on wheels

Feller resigns from RHS

Emergency declared for Harding Avenue

Fishermen air harbor fee concerns

News of Record May 12–18, 2017

City hires interim manager

Scott Feller resigns from RHS

Solid Waste Authority

Recycling suggestions offered

City chooses interim manager

SB54 opposition letter dies in council meeting

Bruder gets county jail time, probation, for rape by use of drugs

Hearing to examine fishery collapse

$5 million approved for Last Chance Grade bypass studies

Rocks the size of cars tumble onto U.S. 199

Petition calls for Feller’s firing

Pig at high school brutally killed

Parks acquisition to connect groves

College of the Redwoods

Pomp and happy dance


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