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News on Buffalo Broadcasting radio stations on June 20, 2013

Buffalo Broadcasting Service, KSYC radio, News in Jefferson Country

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At 5:45 p.m. on the Joe Show

And KSIZ 102.3 FM at 7:45 a.m.

from Mt. Shasta, CA

News in Jefferson Country

June 20, 2013

Senate Hearing on the Klamath Dams held today

News in Jefferson Country from Pie N Politics dot com Editor Liz Bowen: Klamath dams were the point of discussion in Senate Hearings back in Washington D.C. today and initially, Siskiyou County and those who want to save the dams were not allowed to give testimony.

But the new Klamath County Commissioner Tom Mallams persevered and was able to fly back to DC and testify about the misinformation and science being used as reasons to destroy four hydroelectric dams in the Klamath River.

When questioned by Oregon Senator Ron Wyden, Mallams responded with a solution for the Upper Basin farmers and that is to increase the storage of water. Rich Marshall, president of Siskiyou Water Users Association listened to the Senate Hearing over the Internet, and said that Senator Wyden actually seemed to jump at Commissioner Mallams suggestion of more water storage.

Hum, makes one wonder what the real reason is – that some Tribes, Greenies and government agencies are pushing so hard to destroy the four Klamath dams?

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June 20, 2013

Pacific Power increases electric bills

And closer to home, your power bill will be higher next month as Pacific Power has asked the California Public Utilities Commission for yet another rate increase that will recover costs for a new transmission project that is not even part of Northern California, but will provide additional power to customers in Northern Utah.

Kent James, a frustrated resident in Shasta Valley, told Jefferson News Service the Public Utilities Commission is out of control and it should be holding hearings in Siskiyou County regarding any rate increases. James said this rate increase will affect everyone and is a slap in the face especially after the two recent rate increases for the cost of Klamath dam destruction – when the Klamath Basin Restoration  Agreement has not been finalized.

This week, households in Siskiyou County received a notice of this ninety-five cent per month rate increase from Pacific Power, which is retro to June 10th.

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Memorial Day Special on Buffalo Broadcasting radio stations

Buffalo Broadcasting Service, Enjoy, KSYC radio, Mark Baird, Veterans & soldiers

KSYC at 103.9 FM in Yreka, CA.

streaming live at



and KSIZ 102.3 from Mt. Shasta, CA.

will broadcast a special one-hour

Memorial Day Program

to honor the fallen from all of America’s Wars.

The program will feature points of history;

Reminiscences of former servicemen;

Letters from soldiers.

The program will air 3 times on each station:

8 a.m. Sunday, May 26

8 a.m. Monday, May 27

5 p.m. Monday, May 27

Be sure to tune-in as Buffalo Broadcasting’s owner Mark Baird

 presents unique appreciation on the real Memorial Day.


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Points from CA. DFG Director Chuck Bonham meeting in Yreka on 1-29-12

Buffalo Broadcasting Service, Dept. Fish & Game, KSYC radio

1/30/13  Buffalo Broadcasting News Service

 CA. Fish and Game Director Chuck Bonham met with Siskiyou County Ranchers, Farmers and Government Officials.

Chuck Bonham, Director of the California Department of Fish and Game, met individually with members of the Siskiyou County Board of Supervisors yesterday.  Buffalo Broadcasting will bring you details of those meetings at a later date.  Later in the Day, Mr. Bonham met with 25 Siskiyou County ranchers, farmers and water right owners in an open forum setting.  The meeting was arranged by Siskiyou County Sheriff Jon Lopey in order that landowners could express opinions regarding resource issues which face our county.

There was nothing of substance forthcoming due to the one hour time restriction placed on the meeting by CDFG, however none of the participants missed the opportunity to express their displeasure with the agency.

Coho salmon and water issues were in the forefront, with mining and wolves also being discussed.

Leaving the meeting, one could say that perhaps none of our problems were solved, but there is no doubt that Mr. Bonham knows where the citizens of Siskiyou stand on these contentious issues.  Congressman LaMalfa and Senator Nielsen’s offices sent representatives.  Sheriff Lopey was also in attendance.

Among the points made:

Voters, taxpayers, property and water right owners object strongly to being given equal standing to the so-called “stakeholders” such as the Klamath River Keepers.

Mr. Bonham agreed that property owners should be held in much higher esteem than KS wild or other groups who have nothing to lose in resource decisions.

The property owners of Siskiyou County will not tolerate the illegal taking of property or water by CDFG or any other agency of the government.

No Comment from Mr. Bonham.

Mr. Bonham made the categorical statement that CDFG has no current plan to introduce wolves into California.

Mr. Bonham agreed to look at the destruction caused by the huge elk herds to Butte Valley ranchers.

It is fairly certain the CDFG will pursue the Coho salmon permit which it has been trying for years to get.  Under Mr. Bonham’s leadership, they will be smarter in the attempt to gain control over water rights and in stream flows.

The Fish and Game Commission is meeting in Mt, Shasta onMarch 7.  It would be in the interest of every property owner in Siskiyou County to attend this meeting.

Siskiyou mining interests were well represented by Mike Adams.  Mr. Adams insisted that CDFG comply with the law and finish the EIR, regulatory process and fee structure, so that miners could get back to work.

Mr. Bonham agreed to look revisit this issue from Sacramento.

One member of the Karuk Tribe also representing miners spoke of the greed and corruption which has been present in the Karuk Department of Natural Resources.  This gentleman also wishes to get back to making a living for his family.  Buster Attebury, Council Chairman, is trying to get a handle on these suspect activities in order to improve the situation for all of the Karuk people and not just a select few.

No Comment from Mr. Bonham on this issue.

The common theme from the people of Siskiyou County to CDFG is this:

Where is the Common Sense?  We would all like to know the answer.

This is your News Director Corkey Small reporting for Buffalo Broadcasting.


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