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Headlines from Two Rivers Tribune:

Somes Bar Builder Tries Old Methods To Build Houses of the Future 10/01/2014
Creasy says that homes built with the same methods in Europe 800 years ago are still in use. The straw content of the walls would make them seem vulnerable to rot and fire but the infusion of the clay slurry just before the packing stage adds durability.
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Bear Activity on the Rise 10/01/2014
He comes everyday at this point. Mattz said. And he plows through everything. He cleans everything, and he will stand there and stare at me. I watch for as long as I can before he freaks me out. I dont know if he was going to attack or what he might do. Although he seems really mellow, he still is a wild animal.
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Stories, Legends and Other Things: Mount Mazama 10/01/2014
The destruction of Mount Mazama, which created Crater Lake about 7,500 years ago was witnessed by the Klamath Indians of Oregon. One of their legends recounts when two chiefs, Llao of the below world and Skell of the above world were pitted in a battle which ended up in the destruction of Llaos home; Mount Mazama.
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Home Town Heroes: Wildland Firefighters Part XII 10/01/2014
I have worked hard to become a lead firefighter, but I am not in a rush. Im trying to learn as much as I can to become a better firefighter, Luna said. I didnt ever think about what I was doing or what my job entailed until I was on my first fire.
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Medi-Cal Debt Weight Shaming Salty Kids 10/01/2014
Governor Brown has until September 30th to sign or veto several critical health and consumer protection bills, including SB1124 (Hernandez), a crucial bill that protects California families from having to choose between their health and their home. Current California law directs the state to recover from the estate of a deceased Medi-Cal recipient to recoup its long-term costs of the Medi-Cal beneficiaries. In 1993, the federal government began requiring all states to recoup the costs and apply liens on assets from the deceased Medi-Cal beneficiaries older than 55 years of age.
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