A group of citizens who attended last week’s board meeting of the Siskiyou Union High School District wanted to know how each trustee feels about AB 1266, a California law meant to ensure equal rights for transgendered students.
Tip of the WeekCareer growth, job stability and employee benefits have increased the pursuit of a college education, and with it, the cost of earning a degree.
College of the Siskiyous Foundation has opened a second thrift store in Weed. The Vintage Nest is located across from Eagle’s Nest Resale Shop on Main Street and features antiques, vintage collectibles, new home decor, furniture and art work.
Consolidation of all Mount Shasta Elementary School students to the Sisson campus isn't a step the board will jump to take unless it's absolutely necessary, said trustee Bob Winston at Monday evening's packed board meeting.
It’s Carnival week at Weed High School, and dress up days are leading up to a Friday spirit assembly and Friday night royalty ceremony, scheduled to be held between the JV boys and varsity girls basketball games against Fall River.
Teachers being laid off have the least seniority.
Students in Mr. Adkisson’s 7th grade life science class at Dunsmuir Elementary School rolled up their sleeves and got their hands dirty during a week-long project studying bacteria and the process of fermentation.
Dunsmuir High School made a nod to its past and looked to its future Wednesday evening. During a multifaceted evening, administrators and staff hosted a look at the new library, the re-interment of the school's time capsule, a dinner and a...
With no definitive answer from the state about the future of McCloud High School’s funding, the Siskiyou Union High School District is preparing for the worst.
Seniors Sean Hughes and Tori Hansen received the royal treatment Friday night in Mount Shasta High School's Robert E. Novo Gymnasium after they were named 2014's Carnival Queen and King 2014.
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