Siskiyou Daily News
A man at a police swearing-in ceremony in New Hope, Minnesota, pulled out a gun and shot two officers before several of the many police officers in attendance shot back and killed him. The two officers who were shot are expected to survive. The motive for the shooting is unknown, police said.
YREKA – Three men from Allstate Enterprises Roofing became 12-year-old Christina Hankin’s hero after rescuing her cat Angel from a roof Monday morning.Hankin’s cat went missing on Thursday, according to her aunt, Autumn Hankins.Autumn Hankins said she put a notice on the Siskiyou County Grapevine’s Facebook page, and a patron responded with a photo of the cat on the roof [...]
A look at the bookings in the Jan. 23, 2015, edition of the Siskiyou Daily News.
The Siskiyou County Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Commission will meet at noon on Tuesday, Jan. 27, in the Board of Supervisors Chambers at the Siskiyou County Court House, 311 Fourth St. in Yreka.
MONTAGUE – After more than two decades, Randy Risner is back in business with his new saddle shop Saige Brush Saddle and Tack Repair in Montague.Risner said he began making saddles in the late 80s and is self-taught."It kind of came naturally to me," said Risner.Risner said he has built nearly 20 saddles throughout his years. [...]
Fairchild Medical Center is continuing its Health and Wellness Forum Jan. 29 with a look at the conversations that can help loved ones make crucial end-of-life decisions.
An experiment that went awry – that’s what I’ll say about this ale.Brewers’ Class is number three in the Bridgeport Trilogy, meant to celebrate Bridgeport’s 30th anniversary.It went up against a crystal dry-Hopped pale ale and an Aussie Salute IPA.For obvious reasons, at least to me, it came in last. [...]
MONTAGUE – After 12 years, Montague’s new water treatment plant is finally up and running.The $5.8 million plant came about after many years of the city not meeting water standards.Maintenance worker Dave Dunn said many years ago, the legal limit for trihalomethanes was lowered, and Montague came in way above those limits.Dunn said it was not [...]
Yreka Ponytail Softball 2015 sign-ups will be from 5:30-7 p.m. at the Pacific Power Building, 300 S. Main St., Yreka, on the following days: Tuesday, Jan. 27; Thursday, Jan. 29; Tuesday, Feb. 3; and Thursday, Feb. 5.
With the participation of local volunteers and churches, Yreka's Beacon of Hope Rescue Mission now offers shelter for the homeless seven nights per week.
Bonds, sewers and waste were all addressed Tuesday as the Siskiyou County Board of Supervisors cast votes on current county issues.
Looking for some educational ways to pass the time while you find yourself waiting in lines or taking a break at work? History buffs will find all sorts of apps to feed their curiosity and test their knowledge of moments of history from all over the world.The History Channel App: The History Channel's free app allows users to watch their favorite History Channel shows and specials on their smartphone or tablet, from "I Love the 1880s" to "Revelation: The End of Days." The network also [...]
It might not have been on the agenda, but Yreka’s animal control issue was a hot topic for the residents who came out in droves to share their thoughts with the Yreka City Council Thursday night.
The Weed Police Department reported today that an injured male discovered at the Pilot truck stop in Weed Wednesday was suffering from a gunshot wound.
YREKA – More than 60 residents flocked to the Siskiyou County Museum on Wednesday to see famous television personality and historian Mark Hall-Patton.Widely known for his presence on the reality series "Pawn Stars," the bearded man, dressed in his famous red shirt and flat-brimmed Amish hat, spoke to the crowd about the importance of preserving history."You’ve got a collection to die for," [...]
A new round of questions – and concerns – started Wednesday as the Siskiyou County Planning Commission took its first official look at the county's draft medical marijuana cultivation ordinance.
The FBI has completed its investigation into the shooting of Michael Brown by a police officer in Ferguson, Missouri, and it will not recommend federal charges, according to CNN. A decision will be made by the Justice Department based on the report, and even if it doesn’t recommend charges against officer Darren Wilson, Attorney General Eric Holder will issue the final ruling. Brown was shot and killed last August in an incident that pot the spotlight on race issues in the U.S.
YREKA – A van crashed into Bill's Sew and Vac on Main Street shortly before noon Wednesday.A preliminary report from the Yreka Police Department indicates that the driver had stopped to check his transmission fluid. He attempted to put the vehicle in neutral, but put it in drive instead. The driver then attempted to stop the vehicle but was unsuccessful. He was run over instead and sustained [...]
YREKA – Following the death of two dead puppies in the possession of the Animal Control Office, several community members have been calling for the reinstatement of former Animal Control Officer Ashly Leaf.Leaf was dismissed by the Yreka Police Department in November.Records obtained by the Siskiyou Daily News from the Yreka Police Department via a public records request show that during her [...]
ETNA – Dotty’s owners Christy and Robert Bartneck are ready for opening day after their first temporary winter closure.The small town burger joint will open February 1, and the pair is ready with exciting new events, menu changes, and expanded catering.Christy Bartneck said the time off gave the pair a chance to regroup and assess the needs of Scott Valley. [...]