Tehama County Board of Supervisors Address Grand Jury Recommendations, Groundwater Fee Controversy

Red Bluff, California – The Tehama County Board of Supervisors is set to address the recommendations from the 2024 Grand Jury Report at its upcoming meeting on Tuesday. According to public agency regulations, governing bodies must respond to grand jury reports within 90 days of receiving them. The deadline for Tehama County’s response is March 11. The grand jury report included four recommendations, one of which focuses on compensating individuals who paid the well registration fee. Another recommendation highlights the groundwater sustainability agency’s need to repay a $634,000 loan from the county’s road department, which … Read more

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Jury Shares Recommendations to Prevent Future Tragedies After James Smith Cree Nation Stabbing Massacre

Melfort, Saskatchewan – The coroner’s inquest into the devastating stabbing massacre at James Smith Cree Nation has come to a close after more than two weeks of testimony. The jury, comprised of six individuals, has reached a consensus and is now sharing its recommendations aimed at preventing similar tragedies in the future. The inquest, which began on January 15, focused on the events that unfolded on September 4, 2022, when Myles Sanderson took the lives of 11 individuals, including 10 from James Smith Cree Nation and one from the neighboring village of Weldon. Over the … Read more