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We'd all love a pic of the town. --Coryma 23:21, 14 August 2006 (UTC)
there you go Tenunda 22:41, 28 August 2006 (UTC)
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(Copied from the Modoc County Talk page, where this is already an issue.)
It may be tempting cite from a source such the local Chamber of Commerce for additional information about a city or county, but in this case at least, the Alturas Chamber of Commerce web site's History page is questionable. While some content seems to be original work dating to 1992, some has been added so recently that Google hasn't collected it into their search engine yet, and it's a collection of snippets of information plagiarized from a variety of uncredited sources. This came to my attention when I recognized some of my own work on their page.
Their original work contains contradictions of scholarly works, without citing a source.
Googling a selection of phrases that should be unique to their page shows that these phrases occurred earlier on other web sites:
- "The village was knows as Kosealekte"
- "Valley on Top of a Mountain"
- "the brothers had settled in the Willamette Valley of Oregon"
This is not to say that the Alturas Chamber of Commerce web site is of no use to us. However, having found information on it, we would be wise to google the phrase we want to cite, in order to find the original source, and determine whether it is reliable. Downstrike (talk) 19:42, 3 April 2010 (UTC)
Re: "Alturas/Modoc County has a local independent television station KMDC on channel 9."
There have never been any Television broadcasting facilities in Alturas. The nearest are in Klamath Falls, OR and Redding, CA, both at least 100 miles away. Further, Modoc County is part of the Redding/Chico television market, for which channel 9 is occupied by KIXE in Redding.
There's nothing debatable here. A search of the FCC database reveals no television licenses for the call sign KMDC in Modoc county or anywhere else in the United States. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 184.108.40.206 (talk) 21:44, 28 February 2011 (UTC)
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