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California's water contractors would have a key role in the design and construction of the $14billion twin-tunnel plan for the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta under a pact quietly being negotiated by state water officials, a newspaper reported on Monday.
53 PM Text Size: tool goes here Remember those stories last week about a scary, record-setting dry spell in January and February? You'll forget all about them if we see a series of storms this month and next...It might drop a foot of new snow in the
The Dundee Dam, which spans the Passaic River from Clifton to Garfield , was such an engineering marvel when it opened in 1859 that New York newspapers sent correspondents to describe the structural feat. The dam was designed to fill a 2-mile canal
Host Los Banos High's wrestling team won its fourth consecutive league championship on Saturday after taking the Western Athletic Conference Championships with 217 points. The Tigers put four wrestlers atop the medal podium, with brothers Jimmy Felix,
A cool-thinking 67-year-old pilot from Susanville successfully guided his crippled plane to an emergency landing on Highway 70 at about 8:30 a.m. today. According to Enterprise-Record photographer Ty Barbour, John Schneider was alone in his Cherokee
State officials are set to conduct this winter's first survey of the Sierra snowpack, which provides about a third of the state's water supply. The survey by the Department of Water Resources is scheduled for 11 a.m...The snowpack is expected to be
Plans to build new courthouses in Los Banos, Sonora and Modesto made it through another round of budget cuts Thursday. Court construction projects in Fresno, Sacramento, Nevada City and Los Angeles were axed instead to save the state more than $550
Fire crews mopped up and surveyed damage on Friday from a fire at a Northern California plant that supplies electricity to pumps used by a major water delivery system, authorities said...Robie Thermalito Pumping-Generating plant near Oroville after
The Thanksgiving day fire destroyed the control room of the Thermalito Pumping/Generating Plant, which is located a few miles downstream of Oroville Dam on the Feather River. The facilities are operated by the California Department of Water Resources.
Thursday morning in the Thermalito Pumping/Generating Plant, which is located at Thermalito Afterbay downstream of Oroville Dam. The facilities are operated by the California Department of Water Resources. No one has been injured in the fire, which