Feeding the Future
In The News:
Law enforcement officers continued to search Monday night for two suspects who fled on foot from Hoopa Valley Tribal Police after a traffic pursuit ended with police gun fire around 1 am Monday morning.
The January 21st edition of the TRT included the article “Shasta River Deal Struck” reporting on settlement of lawsuits by Klamath Riverkeeper and the Karuk Tribe which had challenged Dwinnell Dam on the Shasta River. I was quoted in the article: “He criticized the settlement as a “sell out” and said it would prevent Riverkeeper and the Karuk Tribe from advocating for Shasta River restoration.”
Sonoquie, joined by another parent, Lynn Abarr, said she believes many of the behavioral issues and academic challenges within the schools could likely be solved if children receive healthy meals, loaded with nutrients and obtained locally using a farm to school program linked to nutritional education projects.
A male pedestrian, age five, traveling westbound, crossed into the path of the pickup on State Route 96, and was struck. The child sustained major injuries and was transported from the scene by ambulance to Mad River Community Hospital, and was later transported to Oakland Children’s Hospital.