North Coast Update: Localizing School Lunch + Klamath flood levels By KHSU Staff • Feb 15, 2017 TweetShareGoogle+Email Lupe Gutierrez, Jan Moorehose, and Susan Andrews report on Del Norte county news: local food in school lunches and Klamath's fourth-highest watermark in recorded history. Listen Listening... / 31:03 The Del Norte county news team on Klamath flooding and school lunches. Tags: NORTH COAST UPDATECRESCENT CITYKLAMATHTweetShareGoogle+EmailView the discussion thread. Related Content North Coast Update: Yurok Tribe's $400,000 Language Education Grant By KHSU Staff • Sep 22, 2016 On this week's North Coast Update, Lupe Gutierrez and Susan Andrews report on a new grant to be used by the Yurok Tribe to preserve the Yurok language. The money will be used to teach the language, as well as training Yurok speakers to educate others. Also on this week's North Coast Update: North Coast Update: Del Norte Election Results, Contemporary Dance, Supermoon By KHSU Staff • Nov 16, 2016 Mike Dronkers Jan Moorehouse, Lupe Gutierrez and Susan Andrews from the KHSR news team report on how Del Norte County voted in the presidential election, Del Norte's incoming city councilmembers and supervisors, Taylor II: Paul Taylor Dance Company's performance at the Crescent Elk auditorium, and the Supermoon as seen over northern California. Listen Listening... / 6:33 North Coast Update for the week of Nov. 15 2016 The Winding Path To Klamath Dam Removal By Mike Dronkers • Nov 22, 2016 Scientists estimate that a century ago, hundreds of thousands of coho may have run up the Klamath’s streams and tributaries. Now it’s a few thousand.