Diana Marcum

Diana Marcum writes about life in the small towns and rural areas of California for the Los Angeles Times. In 2015, she won the Pulitzer Prize for narrative portraits of farm workers, farmers and others in California’s drought-stricken Central Valley. She is the author of “The Tenth Island, Finding Joy, Beauty and Unexpected Love in the Azores.”
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Whether good news or bad, northern Sierra readers can always blame the Messenger

In the pages of the Mountain Messenger, Don Russell has exposed double-dipping and ineptitude by public officials. He covers everything from school board meetings to federal land use in a tone that ranges from head-shaking to finger-pointing outrage.

Sobrevivientes del incendio de Camp acusan a PG&E de ‘desprecio insensible y cruel’ por la seguridad

Varias demandas presentadas después del incendio forestal más letal de California culpan a la decadencia general de la infraestructura eléctrica de la región.