The Siskiyou Golden Fair is seeking Siskiyou County residents to compete in the Buffalo Broadcasting/KSYC Talent Show Wednesday August 10, 2011 at 5:00 pm on the PremierWest Bank Mall Stage.
This year, the Talent Show format will include both a teen division and an adult division. Teens will need to be 12 years old by January 1 and the adult division will include anyone 16 and over on January 1, 2011. This year, both contests will include a $100 prize for first, $50 for second and $25 for third.
The first seven (7) entries in each category will get to share the stage with local radio celebrities Susana Fox and Kevin Sponsler.
This is a great way to kick off the fair in 2011,” said Fair CEO Cliff Munson. “It’s also Siskiyou Telephone’s Everyone’s a Kid Day where everyone gets in for two bucks.” (more…)Share on Facebook
The Yreka Little League Majors champion Stidham Trucking Dodgers laid claim to the Siskiyou County crown on Saturday night with a 7-3 win over the Skinner’s Roadside Truck Repair Red Sox. The Red Sox are the South Siskiyou Little League Majors champions. (more…)Share on Facebook
The Little League Tournament of Champions got under way on Saturday night at Ringe Park in Yreka. The minors game pitted the South Siskiyou Little League champion Rich Toreson Insurance Agency Iron Pigs against the Yreka Little League champion Don’s Sporting Goods Reds. (more…)Share on Facebook
Article by Andy Bailey; photos by Bailey and Zack Church
The first round of the Klamath Board Spots Skate Wars! is in the book. Tim Hunter won both contests, boasting a considerable Ollie height of 2 feet, 6 inches, and an incredible hippie jump of 4.0 feet.
Honorable mentions have to go out to Hazi Padilla and Eric Fergoso, who each cleared the 2 foot bar during the Ollie contest.
Hunter scored himself a free deluxe copy of Creature Skateboard’s video, “Hesh Law,” as well as a limited edition, tie-dyed hippy handkerchief from Volcom.
Big thanks to all the participants! Be sure to check out the videos on the KBS YouTube page, and join us next week for the consecutive Kickflip challenge! (more…)Share on Facebook
The 2011 Weed Carnevale Slow Pitch Softball Tournament is scheduled for July 8-10. The Weed High School baseball team is running the tournament, with all proceeds going to benefit the Cougar baseball team, and the Weed Chamber of Commerce Scholarship Fund.
There is a cash payout for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place in the tourney of $600, $350, and $100 respectively. The entry fee is $350. There is a 10 team maximum. (more…)Share on Facebook
Registration is now open for the first-ever Math Success Skills Camp at College of the Siskiyous. Designed for students ages 14 to 17 (but not limited to), this one-week Math Camp will help students improve their study and test-taking skills in a quiet, campus setting. The camp starts June 20. Lecture, group and one-on-one activities will account for different levels and learning styles.
The rigorous daily schedule will be complemented by outdoor Yoga, geo-cache hunts, and film viewings. This camp will be taught by Debbie Derochers, an instructor of math and yoga, who has experience in conducting testing anxiety workshops and tutoring high school math students. (more…)Share on Facebook
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The College of the Siskiyous Foundation hosted its 17th Annual Golf Tournament, on Sunday, June 5, at the beautiful Lake Shastina Resort with 110 golfers enjoying a “somewhat soggy” but fun day of golf at the Resort.
The event held three individual contests, including a hole-in-one contest where the winners had the opportunity to win a cash prize of $7,500 sponsored by Market Place Insurance – Lou Sbarbaro and Larry Stock in Mt. Shasta, Closest to the Pin and Longest Drive. Players also enjoyed a continental breakfast and lunch prepared by the Lake Shastina Resort, as well as a raffle, auction and awards ceremony following the tournament. The event raised approximately $9,000 to support the Rural Health Sciences Institute endowment campaign which is in its fifth and final year of fundraising.
Tournament winners were: (more…)Share on Facebook
Jackson St 135
7/8 Boys Large Schools
Jackson St. 180
Scott Valley 83
Elem Boys Large Schools
Jackson St 106
Weed 10 (more…)Share on Facebook