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New articles on the Nevada Bundy trials

Bundy Battle - Nevada, Bureau of Land Management, Constitution, CORRUPTION, Courts, CRIMINAL, Federal gov & land grabs, Hypocrisy, LAWS or law, Liberty

Redoubt.com news has a flurry of new articles regarding sentencing of defendants how Nevada’s Chief U.S. District Judge Gloria Navarro is handling the court room. 

Go to:  https://redoubtnews.com/

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News from Klamath Basin Crisis.org 7-27-17

Klamath Basin Crisis.org

KBC  News

Former Klamath County Commissioner Tom Mallams, challenging well shutdown, H&N, posted to KBC 7/26/17. “…Mallams has petitioned Marion County Circuit Court Judge Thomas Hart to overturn OWRD’s order because it’s “not supported by substantial evidence” as required by Oregon law…” KBC NOTE: Tom Mallams told KBC News he has not been interviewed by Herald and News or Capital Press regarding this matter within the past two years.

BOR acting commissioner tours Basin; New biological opinion, future of water agreements considered, H&N, posted to KBC 7/26/17

www.klamathbasincrisis.org

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Scott Valley Protect Our Water meets 7-27-17

POW

Scott Valley Protect Our Water

meets

Thursday, July s27, 2017

7 p.m.

Fort Jones Community Center

Fort Jones, CA

Please bring a dessert to share

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Liz Writes Life 7-25-17

Liz Writes Life

July 25, 2017

Liz Writes Life

Published in Siskiyou Dialy New, Yreka, CA.

She was sitting on the highest wire of the new deer-fence extension that Jack built. Knowing she might be skittish, I began talking in a soft voice asking how life was treating a hummingbird in our dry area. She had been sipping from the red bee balm flitting from one to another. Now she was checking me out. Instead of wearing my typical turquoise t-shirt, I had chosen a pink-patterned one this morning.

When I finally stopped talking, she took up the chatter. Chirp chirp gurgle gurgle chirp. It was a very long response. When she stopped, I asked more questions: How are your babies doing? Where is your nest? Again, she responded with a pretty long story. We conversed like that for several minutes. Honest, we did! Then she took flight and flew towards me hovering about two feet away and then decided I was not a giant flower. Sure wish I could have understood her. Two days later, we had another, though, shorter visit. Life is sweet in unexpected ways.

Jack picked our first small ripe tomato. It was getting bottom-rot, so he cut off the bottom and divided the top in half. Just enough for us each a nice bite and it was delicious, but too-short lived!

On Friday, I irrigated twice as long as we have been and the plants sure needed it. I spent time making new furrows in the corn and re-hoeing the irrigation-bowls for the cantaloupe, watermelon, zucchini and sunflowers. The giant bottom leaves on the cabbage were interfering with their watering, so I broke those off and re-did their irrigation bowls too. While I gave the potatoes extra water, I saw the tops of red ones, so I hand-dug a handful. This week we will have fried-red potatoes. Yum!

One evening, I transplanted the one to two inch-tall flat-head cabbages, pre-soaking the soil really well. They looked good the next morning and should be ok.

Oh, something ate another whole big onion and chewed on another. Maybe it is the possum that started coming at night eating the cat’s left-over food. I make sure there is no food left-over now. Anyway, I decided to pull the onions as most were quite large — got about 30. I left 19 smaller ones in the ground. Had planned to lay them out under the pine tree to dry, like I did the garlic last month, but I figured some would likely get eaten. So I put them in two plastic tubs in the garage up about five-feet high.

PCT

I’ve talked with the nicest folks and foreigners that are hiking the Pacific Crest Trail, when they come down to Etna. Last week, I chatted with a man from the Netherlands and this week one from Scotland. Yes, he started at the bottom of California and is pretty much on schedule, but the still-deep snow in the Sierras slowed him down. He figured the snow was 12 to 15 meters high and the tops of trees stuck-up looking like short Christmas trees!

I looked it up and a meter is 3.2 feet. So, even at his lowest estimate, the snow is 36 feet deep. Amazing!

J-H update

Friends of French Creek continue their concern of alleged unpermitted activities at the J-H Guest Ranch. Apparently, the new bigger-top tent also has a new and improved sound system affecting neighbors throughout the day and into the night. Friends said that when J-H is confronted with the fact they are doing unpermitted construction, like the recent new neighboring houses, the leaders claim they are working on a solution – yet they just keep on.

A major concern by those opposed to the proposed expansion of J-H Guests is the very real threat of fire and the campers being trapped. The recent Fay Fire on S. Hwy 3 forced an evacuation notice for French and Miners Creek Roads, including J-H Ranch. Cal-Fire stated the narrow dirt road into J-H on French Creek cannot accommodate fire engines that would be needed to fight fire and opposes any expansion from the 387 guests. J-H has sued the state agency over the issue.

Friends of French Creek also said an Etna business owner was recently harassed for having a “Stop J-H Expansion” sign and was told they would no longer patronize the store if the sign was up. It was taken down. Several other signs have gone missing and a game camera actually caught one thief on video.

The Friends will attend the Siskiyou Co. Board of Supervisors’ meeting on Aug. 8 at 10 a.m. to update the board of these concerns and more. I am for businesses in our valley, but the expansion of J-H guests from 387 persons does not fit the Scott Valley Zoning Plan, is unsafe for various reasons and adds tremendous traffic and noise for those living on French Creek Road. For more info on the Friends concerns, attend the board meeting.

Water meeting

The Siskiyou Water Users Assoc. will hold its annual meeting on Monday, July 31 at the Guild (was Greenhorn Grange) at 300 Ranch Lane in Yreka. Time is 6 p.m. Board members will be elected and there will be updates on the Klamath dam destruction issue. Bring a dessert to share. President Richard Marshal and board members Rex Cozzalio and Bob Rice addressed the Siskiyou Supervisors at the July 11, 2017 meeting regarding the California Water Quality Control Board and its Water Quality Certification process and bias for Klamath dams removal. More will be discussed at the meeting.

POW

Scott Valley Protect Our Water will meet this Thursday, July 27, 2017 at the Fort Jones Community Center. Time is 7 p.m. Siskiyou Co. Dist. 5 Supervisor Ray Haupt will provide info on a variety of issues.

Liz Bowen is a native of Siskiyou County and lives near Callahan. Check out her websites: Pie N Politics.com and Liz Bowen.com or call her at 530-467-3515.

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Yreka Tea Party Patriots meet tonight – 7-25-17

TEA Party

Yreka Tea Party Patriots
Meeting for Tuesday, July 25
Smart Meters are back!!
and
Updates on “Citizens for Fair Representation” lawsuit
And
The City’s and County’s Marijuana Ordinance


6:30 PM at the Covenant Chapel Church
200 Greenhorn Rd. Yreka


Free….no membership. Doors open at 6PM, come early to socialize with likeminded people.

Contact Louise @ 530-842-5443

 

 

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Siskiyou: SHERIFF’S OFFICE ARRESTS ESCAPEE-FUGITIVE

Sheriff Jon Lopey, Siskiyou Sheriff's report

SISKIYOU COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE NEWS UPDATE

 July 24, 2017

 

           On Monday, July 24, 2017, at 9:21 a.m., Deputies from the Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Office (SCSO) arrested the man accused of escaping from a Siskiyou County Superior Courtroom on Friday, which resulted in a three-day manhunt for the escaped felon.  Deputies Stewart and Gusaas arrested Mr. David Wayne Caldwell, Jr., 33, of Yreka, without incident after he was found hiding in a trailer at a park on the R-Ranch in the Hornbrook area.  Caldwell is facing unrelated felony charges associated with his original court appearance.  He was was booked at the Siskiyou County Jail for a felony arrest warrant for escape, with a posted with a bail of $150,000.00.

           On Friday, July 21, 2017, at about 8:55 a.m., Mr. Caldwell was remanded to custody by the presiding judge during an appearance in the Siskiyou County Superior Court in Yreka when he bolted from the courtroom prior to being restrained by a court bailiff.  Mr. Caldwell managed to escape from the courthouse, which prompted an extensive search of the area by the Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Office (SCSO) and the Yreka Police Department (YPD).  A “Code Red” was broadcast to local residents but leads failed to result in Caldwell’s apprehension.

           While still on the lookout for the suspect at about 11:17 a.m., YPD units received reports of a man matching Caldwell’s description walking behind businesses located on Main Street north of Raymond Street near downtown Yreka.  The suspect appeared to be evading contact and apprehension, and ran towards the Interstate 5 freeway perimeter fence.  Two SCSO units located the subject walking along the freeway side of the perimeter fence in a southbound direction.  The suspect then began running along the fence line and when confronted by law enforcement he refused to stop as directed and vaulted the perimeter fence.  The fleeing suspect was not the escapee but was identified as Mr. Michael Robert Thompson, 39, of Yreka.  Mr. Thompson had a valid felony arrest warrant and he was arrested for the outstanding warrant and for a misdemeanor charge of resisting, obstructing, and delaying a peace officer.

           According to Sheriff Jon Lopey, “This was a good piece of police work on the part of Deputies Stewart and Gusaas because they arrested Mr. Caldwell without anyone getting hurt. Arrests like this are always potentially dangerous because it was obvious Mr. Caldwell was facing felony charges, previously evaded arrest and he was intent on not returning to jail.  Anyone with information about Mr. Caldwell’s activities during the three days within which he was a fugitive at-large is urged to contact the SCSO’s 24-hour Dispatch Center at (530) 841-2900.”

 

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Liz Writes Life 7-18-17

Liz Writes Life

July 18, 2017

Liz Writes Life

Published in Siskiyou Daily News, Yreka, CA

Yep, I shouldn’t try to predict the weather. I just checked accu weather and NOAA – both show it will cool down a bit this week and heating back up to 97 or so for the weekend; then cooling down again. As long as we get some reprieve from so many hot days in a row that will be great.

Gotta admit that I am jealous. Three different people told me they are eating red tomatoes out of their garden! Ours are about a month off. Ugh! So I asked their secrets and here is what I could get out of them. One uses a small green house of plastic over a raised bed — next to a south-facing solid fence that radiates heat  –to start growing early and no over-head irrigation. Another said to back off on the watering at the right time. And the other puts them in the ground in April with a wall-o-water around them. She trims them back to just a few vines and also cuts off the tops when the vines start to get too tall.

Typically, I do this last suggestion, but had not done it, cuz it was so nice to see the tomato plants finally take off. But, I whacked off the tops to about four feet.

We did eat our first cucumber and the first crop of corn is over five feet tall.

The bright yellow yarrow and blue thistles are blooming together and a coneflower just opened up. The doe got in and ate the purple phlox that were blooming and an amaranth. So far, she hasn’t eaten the Alberta Skillen double tiger lilies that are about to bloom. Sure hope she ignores them.

Supervisors

I went to the Siskiyou Co. Supervisors meeting last week. Long day, but I liked the decisions they made. First the State Water Resources Control Board’s Vice President Steven Moore and staff, including lawyers, gave a presentation on the Water Quality Certification process the state agency must follow in order to remove the Klamath dams. It is the WQCB’s responsibility to address all environmental, economic and other impacts that would result from the destruction of the four Klamath hydro-electric dams. Under the law, the WQCB is also required to consider alternatives to dam removal, which it has not done.

First, Supervisor Chairman Michael Kobseff took the WQCB staff to task asking why the County of Siskiyou was not listed in the presentation as a coordination entity. WQCB staff admitted it was an error. He also said local landowner groups must be included and added the new draft Environmental Impact Report must be updated and include new information.

Supervisor Dist. 1 Brandon Criss asked where the needed number of salmon – currently produced by the Iron Gate Fish Hatchery — and cold water supply will be found if the dams are removed? He said ocean conditions are a major factor related to the returning number of salmon and Siskiyou cannot be blamed for problems occurring in the ocean.

Supervisor Dist. 4 Lisa Nixon said the WQCB must develop alternatives to dam removal and referred to the tremendous environmental mess that will occur if the dams are destroyed.

Supervisor Dist. 5 Ray Haupt wanted to know who will be the ultimate decision maker on dam removal. In previous meetings, including with the Shasta Nation, the WQCB insinuated it was the lead. Ray questioned their authority. He also stated that decisions were being made without the necessary analysis required under National Environmental Policy Act and a NEPA decision has not been published creating what looks like prejudice. At that point, some of the WQCB staff looked a bit uncomfortable.

Under the previous 2012 Klamath Basin Restoration Agreement and the Klamath Hydro-electric Settlement Agreement, a decision had been authorized allowing for the “take” of ESA species, such as the sucker fish in Upper Klamath Lake and coho salmon in Klamath River. Ray said that entire analysis is now unusable, because the KBRA is defunct. But, it sounded like those 2012 mitigations were being forwarded into the new WQCB Water Quality Certification, which is not acceptable to the new 2017 document.

Ultimately, WQCB staff admitted NEPA will be completed by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, which will then publish the decision regarding dam removal.

Finally! The tightly-held secretive process is no longer a secret and the county will know who and why to sue, if NEPA is not legally followed.

Marijuana

There was discussion on the county cannabis ad-hoc committee’s report suggesting the possibility of a limited pilot program for Commercial Medical Cannabis Cultivation. A mother and son from the Green Box cannabis group spoke with frustration that Sheriff Jon Lopey’s dept. had raided their 198 plants just 10 days earlier. Supervisor Nixon strongly rebutted the verbal attack. She said in the ad-hoc meetings the Green Box group had held themselves as commercial industry leaders, who followed the law, but were now “openly violating the letter and spirit of the current ordinance.” Oops, guess they couldn’t wait to start a commercial grow.

Discussion quickly moved to the explosion of the Black Market pot industry within the county. Nixon mentioned stats from the State of Colorado showed that even with legal commercial grows, the Black Market industry still skyrocketed.

Sheriff Lopey said there are more than 2,000 illegal grows in the county. He does not have the resources to bust them all. Likewise, Chairman Kobseff said the county does not have the resources or staff to create an entire sub-department dedicated to administering commercial cultivation with permits, fees, fines and enforcement. The supervisors voted 4-1 not to pursue commercial cultivation.

POW

The Scott Valley Protect Our Water will meet Thursday, July 27, 2017 at the Fort Jones Community Center. Time is 7 p.m.

Liz Bowen is a native of Siskiyou County and lives near Callahan. Check out her websites: Pie N Politics.com and Liz Bowen.com or call her at 530-467-3515.

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Scott Valley Protect Our Water meets 7-27-17

POW

Scott Valley Protect Our Water

meets

Thursday, July s27, 2017

7 p.m.

Fort Jones Community Center

Fort Jones, CA

Please bring a desert to share

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Oregon: On 7/23/2017 8:57 PM, RONALD GLYNN wrote:

Federal gov & land grabs, FIRES, Op-ed, Wilderness

 Dear Josephine County Residents:

Well, they are at it again! I found out on Senator Ron Wyden’s website that on 7-13-17 our two Senators introduce Legislation to create more Wilderness Areas in Oregon.

We currently have 47 Wilderness Areas across the State Of Oregon which 98% of Oregonians will never set foot in. It is nice that we have some Wilderness Areas for future generations. However, we have already too many Wilderness Areas now. Enough is enough!

We do not need anymore Public Lands put into the non-use categories.

The worst part of their proposal is that they once again seek to lock up more of our Public Land in Josephine County into Wilderness.  Plus,  the legislation creates an additional 125 miles of the Rogue River to go along the existing 84 mile Rouge River Wild And Scenic area. Specifically, they want to add around 50,000 acres (78 square miles) of our Public Land in Josephine County to expand the existing Wild Rogue Wilderness (55 square miles).

Senators Merkley and Wyden have tried this kind of land grab about 5 years ago.

What was really insulting is that they did not even bother talking to our County Commissioners before they introduce their bill 5 years ago. I doubt they bothered contacting our current Commissioners this time.

We must oppose their proposed plan.

We can not rest on the fact that the Republicans control both the House and the Senate. The margin of Republicans-Democrat is very thin in the Senate.

We have a better chance of stopping this Liberal Insanity in the House.   To start with, this is what I recommend as a course of action .  If you live in the Congressional District 4 portion of Josephine County, please contact Congressman Peter DeFazio on his web site to indicate that you OPPOSE locking any more of our Public Land into Wilderness.

If you live in the Congressional District 2, please contact Congressman Greg Walden to register your Opposition.

Here are some talking points: Stress that Josephine County already has 70,000 acres (109 square miles) in the 180,000 acre (281 square miles) Kalmiopis Wilderness Area. The Federal Government controls 67% of Josephine County’s land mass and timber harvesting is down to a small fraction of historical harvests.

Clear cutting is not done any more and the only timber harvest comes from thinning projects which take years to get approval.

All the time, the neo-environmental groups have been there gumming up the works with delay tactics make the process take years. I have taken 2 BLM field trips on thinning projects and found out what a long and difficult process the local BLM staff must go through. Our last large scale saw mill, Rough and Ready,  in Josephine County ceased operations forever in April of this year.

The mill owners in recent years had the mill retooled to change to milling smaller diameter trees, the kind of logs that come from thinning project sales. The reason for the complete dismantling of the mill was the lack of an adequate supply of small diameter logs. The cruel irony is that you can stand at the former mill site and view untold millions of trees on Public Land in the surrounding mountains.

Every year, we have to witness a portion of those trees burn up because the forest lands need to be thinned out to prevent catastrophic wild fires.   The North Portland based radical preservation group Oregon Wild is backing The Merkley-Wyden Oregon Wildlands Act.  Oregon Wild is a radical preservationist group headquartered in North Portland.. They have been the primary driver of the Wilderness Expansion movement in Oregon for the last 40 years and Senator Wyden is their main water carrier in the Congress. Their goal is to create 5 million more acres of Public Land into Wilderness Areas. That is 781 square miles and would triple the amount of Public Land locked up in Wilderness Areas.

These people in Oregon Wild don’t really care about the average Rural Oregonian. They want to convert much of Rural Oregon into a giant park so in the future a fraction of Urban dwellers can have a place to come play around once in awhile. Basically, Oregon Wild has had little opposition to their agenda over the last 4 decades. W

We need to oppose these people for the protection of future Rural Oregonians.   Yours For Freedom, Liberty, and Prosperity,   Ron Glynn 3930 Lower Wolf Creek Road Wolf Creek, Oregon 97497  ph. (541)659-9620

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Siskiyou Water Users Assoc. will meet Monday, July 31, 2017

Siskiyou Water Users Assoc

SISKIYOU COUNTY WATER USERS ASSOCIATION

 

GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING AND ELECTION OF BOARD MEMBERS

6  PM

JULY 31, 2017

LOCATION:      GREENHORN GUILD

                          300 RANCH LN.

                          YREKA, CA.

AGENDA:         Roll Call Members

                          Election

                          Review of Recent Accomplishments

                                             Issues Ahead 

                                                            Public Utility District

                                                            FERC

                                                            CPUC

                                                            Water Board EIR EIS

                                                            Underground Water Issue (SGMA)         

 

Bring a dessert to share!!!

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT SCWUA SECRETARY KATHY BERGERON AT 530-842-4400; MUST BE A CURRENT PAID UP MEMBER TO VOTE.

BOARD CANDIDATE ELECTION LIST

 

  1. KATHY BERGERON

  2. JERRY BACIGALUPI

  3. LEO BERGERON

  4. CHARLIE BLACKBURN

  5. REX COZZALIO

  6. LOUISE GLIATTO

  7. SAM JACKSON

  8. DON MACKINTOSH

  9. RICHARD MARSHALL

  10. JOE WATKINS

EMERITUS MEMBERS 

  1. MARK BAIRD

CONSULTANTS 

  1. BOB RICE

  2. DEBORAH BACIGALUPI

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