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Supervisors in the capitol

by John Bowman
, Siskiyou Daily News March 7, 2012
PHOTO PROVIDED On Feb. 27 and 28 Siskiyou County supervisors Jim Cook and Michael Kobseff met with congressional legislators and staff members to rally opposition to the removal of dams on the Klamath River. From left: Fred Kelly Grant, Jim Cook, Idaho Sen. Mike Crapo and Michael Kobseff.


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