The New River War 

NEC stakes out tough anti-settlement position on the Klamath River

For a long time, the fight over the sickly Klamath River -- once home to one of the state's most magnificent salmon fisheries -- has been between farmers and fishermen, dam owners and Native American tribes. Nowadays, though, most of those old…

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