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The Trinity Alps Unified School District is well underway in updating its Local Control and Accountability Plan for the upcoming school year for Weaverville Elementary School, Trinity High School and other programs within the TAUSD.  

The LCAP is a three-year plan that describes the goals, actions, services and expenditures to support positive student outcomes that address state and local priorities. The LCAP provides an opportunity for districts to share their stories of how, what, and why programs and services are put in place to meet their local needs. Read more

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Heavy snowfall this past week caused widespread power outages and trapped Trinity County residents in some areas.

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The Trinity River is a symbol of vitality. When it’s “pumping” properly (flowing in natural rhythms) things are healthier; just like a major blood artery in our body. It’s not only an environmental indicator, but also an economic one, as many businesses provide services on the river and most…

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An emergency closure of the spring chinook salmon sport fishing season on the Klamath and Trinity rivers until Oct. 15 has been proposed by the California Fish and Game Commission, allowing just five days for public comment.

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Trinity County’s newest District 4 Sup. Jeremy Brown of Burnt Ranch announced during the Feb. 5 board meeting that he will not be recusing himself from county decisions involving commercial cannabis regulations though he is a licensed cannabis farmer deriving income from the business.

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Four projects to make Trinity County communities better prepared to survive future wildfire events have been funded to the tune of $94,422 from Title III of the Secure Rural Schools and Community Self-Determination Act of 2000.

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Trinity County Behavioral Health Services has a new full-time director at the helm with the recent hiring of Connie Cessna Smith who reported for duty Jan. 2.

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The Small Business Development Center in Redding is holding a free workshop on QuickBooks Desktop for small business owners from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 26. The workshop will take place at the Shasta College-Trinity Campus, Room 1531, 30 Arbuckle Court, Weaverville. Read more

Obituaries

Bob “The Bus Driver” Kowalski passed away peacefully on Feb. 1…

Douglas William Malloy, 61, passed away on Jan. 30, 2019, in R…

Richard Messenger died peacefully Jan. 29, 2019, at his belove…

Opinion

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We the Douglas City community and Marshall Ranch Road neighborhood wish to thank all who have come out to support all sides of the Mines Rezone and Cannabis distribution issue. The overwhelming support in opposition to this single project neighborhood-inappropriate location, is evidence our …

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It is so painfully obvious that when you give someone a college degree without checking to see if either him or her have any “common sense,” then place them in a position of power, you end up with the two ridiculous situations we have in last week’s Journal, “Stop light cost rise and Homeles…

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We now understand that John L. Hamilton finally explained not only Dr. Seuss but that he doesn’t have his facts correct, as the judge saw in Wear’s lawsuit. He also didn’t have his facts right and he lost. So, Wear now is in appeal that has stalled the money to finish the school buildings again.