THE WARNER MOUNTAINS are famous for its variety of obsidian throughout the rockhounding community. Digging for the special types is hard work but the rainbow rocks are worth the effort. See the story in this week's issue of the Modoc Record to read more about this unique type of glass. Photo by Elaine West.
The Modoc County Record is published every Thursday morning for the communities of Alturas, Cedarville, Fort Bidwell, Eagleville, Lake City, Canby, Likely, Adin, Davis Creek, Bieber, Lookout, New Pine Creek, Tionesta and neighboring counties of Lassen, Plumas and Siskiyou. The Modoc County Record has been locally owned and operated since 1892.
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