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Vol. 32, No. 4 (Winter 2007-2008)

  • California Energy Commission Launches Power Plant's Review Process
  • Valley Cities, Counties and Irrigation Districts Called Back for Water Grant
  • Storms Create Happy New Year for Water Supply Hopes
  • General Manager's Report: Kings River Flood Channels Ready for Action
  • 'Census' Finds Many Fish to Count in Kings River

Vol. 32, No. 3 (Fall 2007)

  • KRCD Files Community Power Plant Application for Certification
  • Water Management Plan Is Taking A Regional Look At Groundwater
  • Dry Water Year Comes To An End
  • General Manager's Report: Powering Added Value
  • Flood Control Works To Remove Unauthorized Encroachments

Vol. 32, No. 2 (Summer 2007)

  • Thirteen Communities Make Historic Choice For Local Power Plan
  • Upper Kings Water Plan Approved By KRCD Board; Grant Will Be Sought
  • Kings River Water Delivery Season Has An Early Ending
  • General Manager's Report: Increasingly Regional Solutions
  • KRCD Affirms Commitment To Improve Air Quality
  • KRCD Embraces Solar Energy For Power Authority

Vol. 32, No. 1 (Spring 2007)

  • Critically Dry Conditions Facing Kings Water Users
  • Community Choice Wins Big CPUC Nod
  • Water Bill Is Boost To River Fishery
  • General Manager's Report: Fisheries Program Success
  • KRCD Names Citigroup As Regional Energy Provider
  • Power Plant Construction Application Being Readied By KRCD
  • Renewable Energy Proposals

Vol. 31, No. 4 (Winter 2006-2007)

  • Big Trout Prove Popular With Kings River Anglers
  • Water Forum Looking For Grant Funding
  • New Water Year's Start Falls Short Of Wet Hopes
  • General Manager's Report: A Big Power And Water Agenda
  • KRCD Has River, Levees Set For Any Flood Flows
  • Mark McKean Is Named New KRCD Board Leader
  • KRCD's Malaga Power Plant Meets Off-Season Peaking Needs

Vol. 31, No. 3 (Fall 2006)

  • Upper Kings Basin Water Forum Progresses With Regional Planning For Projects
  • Recharge Basin Sites Selected For More Studies
  • End Of A Big Water Year
  • General Manager's Report: On The Home Stretch
  • Legislative Update by Governmental Affairs Officer Melissa Goliti
  • KRCD Forges GIS Work Pact With Irrigation District
  • Learn About KRCD's Power Program

Vol. 31, No. 2 (Summer 2006)

  • Work Begins To Permit And Construct Much Needed Power Plant In Region
  • Community Choice Website Is Launched
  • Preparation Pays Off, KRCD Flood Staff Finds
  • Spring's Surprising Storms Fill Pine Flat
  • General Manager's Report: Water, Our Past And Present
  • Graham Named To KRCD Board
  • Director Johns Retires From Board
  • KRCD Having A Big Power Supply Season

Vol. 31, No. 1 (Spring 2006)

  • Trophy Trout Plantings Are A Big Hit
  • Sanger Joins Community Choice Partnership
  • A Big Year For Pine Flat Power
  • General Manager's Report: Positive Power
  • KRCD Has River's Flood Readiness At Peak Level
  • Early Water Season Outlook Is Good But More Storms Needed
  • McMullin Study May Still Yield Recharge Project
  • Upper Kings Forum Wins A State Grant

Vol. 30, No. 3 (Fall 2005)

  • KRCD Presents Views To Cabinet Secretary
  • Draft PUC Rules Are Highly Favorable To Community Choice Power Program
  • Pine Flat Power Plant Concludes A Big Generation Year
  • General Manager's Report: The Target Is You
  • River Bank Erosion At Key Structure Is Repaired
  • Fisheries Program Gives Boost To Minimum Flows
  • KRCD Flood Fighters Have Kings System Ready
  • Lack Of Storm Activity Gets Water Year Off To A Slow Start

Vol. 30, No. 2 (Summer 2005)

  • Peaker Power Plant Is Dedicated By KRCD
  • Big Year Keeps Kings Water Supplies Plentiful
  • Upper Kings Forum Grant Application Prepared By KRCD
  • General Manager's Report: A Day For Connecting
  • 'Blueprint' Looks At Golden State's Water Needs
  • Community Choice PUC Application Decision Nears
  • Valley Coalition Opposes Ag Discharge Fee Plan

Vol. 30, No. 1 (Spring 2005)

  • Peaking Power Plant Nearing Completion
  • Celebration Will Take Place At Reedley Beach
  • Kings River History Talk Is May 12
  • General Manager's Report: Bright Springtime Views
  • Big Snowpack May Spawn Kings Flood Release
  • West Side Recharge Project Study Is Extended
  • Budget Cuts For Pine Flat Spark Concern
  • Discovering 'The River Of The Holy Kings'

Vol. 29, No. 4 (Winter 2004-05)

  • Community Choice Power Moving Ahead
  • A Golden Milestone For Pine Flat Dam
  • Watershed Snow Pack Is Given Huge Lift
  • General Manager's Report: Why ERAF Is A Big Deal for KRCD
  • Howe Re-elected As KRCD Board Chair
  • Veteran KRCD Engineer Sinor Retires
  • State Grant Prepared For Groundwater Studies
  • Cloud Seeding Contract Renewed

Vol. 29, No. 3 (Fall 2004)

  • Work Moving Rapidly On KRCD Power Plant
  • Proposed Rules Are Favorable To KRCD
  • Kings' Sixth Straight Dry Year Ends
  • General Manager's Report: It's Too Soon To Tell If It Will Be A Wet Year
  • Lightning Incident Destroys Key Power Plant Equipment
  • Upper Kings Water Forum Regional Approach

Vol. 29, No. 2 (Summer 2004)

  • Many Signing Up To Join Kings River Ag Discharge Coalition
  • Peaking Plant Receives State Pact Approval
  • Veteran Director Alvin Quist Rejoins KRCD Board
  • General Manager's Report: District's CCA Power Project Still Progressing
  • Dry Year May Pose Fall Fishery Challenge On Kings River
  • Dry Spring Weather Shortens Water Runs For Growers

Vol. 29, No. 1 (Spring 2004)

  • Summer Start Set For 'Peaker' Construction
  • Plant Renaming Honors Former General Manager
  • Pine Flat Power Season Underway
  • General Manager's Report: Important Fishery Opportunities
  • Veteran KRCD Director Garvin White Retires
  • KRCD Power Studies Are Advancing On CCA

Vol. 28, No. 4 (Winter 2003-04)

  • State Board Wants Ag Dischargers Identified
  • KRCD Power Reaches Out To Cities, Counties
  • Snowpack Near Average Despite A Dry January
  • General Manager's Report: KRCD's Many Protections
  • KRCD Peaker Power Plant Regulatory Review Begins
  • Channels Are Ready If Flood Flows Occur

Vol. 28, No. 3 (Fall 2003)

  • Ag Discharge Listing Requirement Delayed
  • Haugen Is New KRWA Watermaster
  • Fifth-Straight 'Dry' Water Year Comes To A Conclusion
  • General Manager's Report: Framing KRCD’s Future
  • Senator Trying Again With Wild-Scenic Bill
  • New Developments In KRCD Groundwater Activities

Vol. 28, No. 2 (Summer 2003)

  • Ag Discharge Rules Target Valley Farmers
  • Kings River Water Supply Is Adequate
  • Orth Named Water Quality Coordinator
  • General Manager's Report: Regulations Miss The Target
  • Legislative Update by Melissa Goliti
  • Newest 5-Year Fisheries Plan Shifts Gears
  • KRCD Helps Manage Surplus San Joaquin Water
  • Tours Have Been Changed But Still Offered

Vol. 28, No. 1 (Spring 2003)

  • Turbine Bypass Dedication Opens New River Chapter
  • Ag Discharge Issue Remains Unresolved
  • Spring Storms Give Big Boost To Water Supply
  • General Manager's Report: Power for the Future
  • Watermaster O'Halloran Takes Yolo District Post
  • Groundwater Remains A Key KRCD Effort