Rural Cleansing by Kimberley A. Strassel,
Wall Street Journal 7/26/01.
(Japanese) Opposition: Airport
fence desecrates Tule Lake,
H&N 7/28/13. "During
World War II, an estimated 130,000 Japanese-Americans, two-thirds of them
American citizens, were sent to 10 detention centers following the Japanese
bombing of Pearl Harbor.
44 acres of the original 7,400 acres, is
designated as the Tule Lake Unit of the World War II Valor in the Pacific
National Monument. The fence, however, is not within the park boundaries."
KBC NOTE: There is one small plaque in Tulelake honoring the WWII
veterans. The Japanese (those held in Tulelake would not pledge allegiance
to our country during the war) are protesting what we can do on private
property because the airport security fence will make them feel
"assaulted with the reminder of rejection, exclusion and emotional pain.”
Airport owner said,
“We have never denied access. We’ve always
welcomed them to come to the airport...”
Next time you eat, think of the farmer, letter to editor by Adena Huhmann, H&N 7/7/13
task force to meet Aug 1 in Klamath Falls, H&N, posted to KBC 7/22/13.
KBC NOTE: Tulelake Irrigation Manager and an assistant have not been
informed of the Klamath Basin task force meeting Aug 1 and said they are not
involved, so we have no confirmed details. We heard rumor that this is at
OIT Thursday Aug. 1, and open to the public.
Deut: 8:18-20 "And you shall
remember the Lord your God..." sent by Frank Tallerico 7/27/13.
http://klamathadjudication.com/current-water-flow is a new page
displaying the current stream flows compared to the tribal claims in Upper
Klamath Basin where thousands of acres of irrigation water have been shut
off by Klamath Tribes and Klamath Project leaders.
vote on this amendment 100 would have stopped spying on Americans. See who
voted to stop spying, and who voted to endorse spying, and who did not vote.
TID well report:
groundwater pumped 7/25/13.
TID well water levels
Feds to start shooting
barred owls, The Westerner 7/24/13. "The U.S. Fish and Wildlife
Service on Tuesday released a final environmental review of an experiment to
see if killing barred owls will allow northern spotted owls to reclaim
territory they’ve been driven out of over the past half-century."
Irrigation District: Trading a dam for a pump station, H&N, posted
7/22/13. “We felt like we had an agreement
with the Tribes,” Long said. “We didn’t think they would call on our
water. But we were wrong.” (KBC NOTE:
Klamath Tribes shut off water to Modoc Point Irrigation District despite the
fact it is not producing more water for the 10's of thousands of
"endangered" suckers, and despite the fact they made a deal when Modoc ID
supported Chiloquin dam removal to help suckers recover "90%."
HERE for Chiloquin Dam Page