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Gold thief ordered to pay county $1.35M

GOLD, Siskiyou County

By Daily News Staff
Posted Oct. 31, 2013 @ 11:20 am

Scott Wayne Bailey, 52, of Pinole, has been ordered to pay $1.35 million for gold stolen from the Siskiyou County Courthouse.

Bailey pleaded guilty to burglary in August and was sentenced to five years in jail.

“This closes the case against Scott Bailey but leaves open the questions of what he did with our local treasures,” District Attorney Kirk Andrus said. “We are not in any way satisfied with this remedy, as it exchanges a paper judgment for a part of our local heritage of immeasurable value and which will likely never be repaid. However, it is the best that can be done under the circumstances and represents only the financial aspect of this tremendous loss.”

Another suspect, David Dean Johnson, is scheduled to go to trial on Nov. 19.

Read more: http://www.siskiyoudaily.com/article/20131031/NEWS/131039903#ixzz2jMU3kyIT

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Close to Home: Time to halt Point Reyes degradation

Agriculture, Greenies & grant $, Lawsuits

PNP comment: I hate posting this article, because it is packed full of lies — lies the Greenies spout from the roof-tops of bias media. Ugh. This is sickening. The area was only recently designated as “Wilderness” so how can it be “Wilderness?”  —  Editor Liz Bowen

 Press Democrat


                    Drakes Bay Oyster Co., located inside Point Reyes National Seashore, is challenging a denial of a permit renewal. (CHRISTOPHER CHUNG / The Press Democrat)



n its quest to privatize the West Coast’s only marine wilderness area — Drakes Estero at Point Reyes National Seashore — the Drakes Bay Oyster Co. has submitted various unsupported claims to the federal courts. Thankfully, two courts have rejected the company’s lawsuit.

But now the company has filed yet another appeal, hoping that the full U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals panel will help the company continue operating even though its lease on taxpayer-owned land expired almost a year ago.

The company claims that two federal courts were wrong when they concluded that the National Park Service, not the state of California, had primary jurisdiction to permit commercial aquaculture on national park property. Directly undermining the company’s claims are the positions of three state agencies (the state Lands Commission, Department of Fish and Wildlife and Coastal Commission) that have written that the Park Service gets to decide what to permit on this federal property.

It’s not just the law, it’s common sense. It’s also what the company agreed to because when it bought out the original operation in 2004, the oyster company signed a lease that explicitly stated the state aquaculture lease was “contingent on a concurrent federal Reservation of Use and Occupancy for fee land in the Point Reyes National Seashore.”

Delivering the nail in the coffin was the state Attorney General’s Office, which wrote in 2013 that the company’s state lease was contingent on the Interior Department granting a new permit and because that permission to operate was declined, the company’s state lease is “no longer valid and cannot be relied upon by the company as authority to operate” in the estero.

If you are wondering what the company’s campaign is about, simply look at the list of ultra-conservative supporters backing its campaign. It includes Koch-brothers funded organizations such as the Pacific Legal Foundation and Americans For Prosperity and politicians such as Sen. David Vitter, R- La., who introduced legislation this year that would expedite permitting for the Keystone XL pipeline, allow drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, permit drilling off the coast of California and also provide Drakes Bay Oyster Co. with an unprecedented new permit by stripping national park wilderness protections.


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Mel Fechter photos, Photos, Salmon and fish, Siskiyou County

PNP comment: Whoa, these are way cool! — Editor Liz Bowen

Comment from Mel Fechter:


I took these photos this morning at the Iron Gate Fish Hatchery outside of Hornbrook, CA.  These are Chinook [King] Salmon near the end of their 190 mile spawning run from the Pacific Ocean to the hatchery.  The salmon in this slideshow were leaving the Klamath River and starting up the fish ladder to Bogus Creek, which is the end of the line for them.

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Fish Ladder 103013

Oct 30, 2013 by Mel Fechter

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Join Congressman Doug LaMalfa

Doug LaMalfa Congressman CA

For a

Community Town Hall Meeting

November 6, 2013

Jensen Hall

Lassen County Fairgrounds

195 Russell Avenue

Susanville, CA 96130

6:30 pm

Congressman LaMalfa is looking forward to meeting with constituents to hear their thoughts, answer questions, and discuss issues facing our communities and families today.


For more information or to RSVP, contact Representative LaMalfa’s Oroville District Office at (530)-534-7100.

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Witnesses Tell Federal Government to STOP Trampling on Private Property Rights

Federal gov & land grabs, Lawsuits, Property rights

Witnesses Tell Federal Government to STOP Trampling on Private Property Rights

Today, the House Natural Resources Subcommittee on Public Lands and Environmental Regulation held an oversight hearing entitled “Threats, Intimidation and Bullying by Federal Land Managing Agencies.”  The hearing examined the ongoing and abusive conduct by federal land management agencies taken against private property rights.

“Pioneers viewed the West as the land of opportunity. They saw a chance for greater independence, self-sufficiency, and a better way of life for their families. Today, however, some of these same families, industries, and communities are struggling to stay afloat thanks to some overbearing federal agents who think they are above the law. The witnesses today shared their personal stories of federal intrusion, harassment, and bullying. These incidents involving certain federal land managers and private citizens are not isolated to the recent shutdown, but have become all too routine in communities throughout the West. Private property rights have regularly been trampled by well-funded activist operations and their political allies, but to have federal agents using similar tactics is absolutely unacceptable.  My hope is that through this hearing we can shed light on this growing problem and advance solutions that limit the federal government’s abusive behavior in the future,” said Subcommittee Chairman Rob Bishop (UT-01).

(House Committee on Natural Resources)

Below is Wayne Hage, Jr. testifying at the Congressional Hearing on Oct. 30, 2013 in WA D.C.


This is a shorter version touch on Wayne’s testimony.

Ramona Hage Morrison

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Power rate increases and surcharges bring frustration to Siskiyou residents

Siskiyou Water Users Assoc


Pursuant to today’s conversation please consider this a formal request to PacifiCorp to conduct a meeting in Siskiyou County to discuss with ratepayers the structure and components of the billing format and the calculation of these costs.  We would also like to see a projection of rates for the next 18 to 24 months.  We would like to have the meeting in the next 30 -45 days in Yreka at the Greenhorn Grange.  It would be preferable to have the meeting in the late afternoon.

You may communicate with me on this and we will work on a specific date.  I believe we could get 40-50 people there.  Thank you in advance for your consideration.

Richard Marshall

President Siskiyou Water Users Assoc.

My email:


PO Box 187

Fort Jones, CA 96032

Phone 530-468-4204

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Halloween Parody: ‘He Did the Mash…the Health Care Mash’


This is such fun. Worth the short watch!


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Fundraiser Turkey Shoot is Nov. 2


Scott Valley Protect Our Water is holding its annual Turkey Shoot on Sat. Nov. 2 at a ranch up East Moffett Creek in Scott Valley. It starts at 9 a.m. with categories for a variety of rifles, black powder and pistols at a variety of distances to targets. Special classes for novice and youth will be available.

Prizes are frozen turkeys, hams, salami, cheese and bacon. Several grand prizes will be offered. Non-shooters will also have a chance to win at the “splatter-board.”

Coffee and pastries will be available all day and lunch offered from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Open to the public. Alcohol is NOT allowed.

For more info, call Mike Cramer at 468-2680, Tom Pease 468-2414 or Chris O’Neil 842-2865.

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Sore-tailed chinook in the Scott River

Photos, Salmon and fish

Thanks to Mel Fechter for this photo of a Chinook salmon that has returned to its spawning grounds and will soon die. That is the way of nature.



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Fresh photos of Scott Valley from Mel Fechter

Photos, Scott River & Valley


Rockside Ranch 102713

Oct 28, 2013
by Mel Fechter

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