News

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More than 100 local businesses have been cleared to reopen in Trinity County this week with modifications after closing their doors two months ago in compliance with state and local stay-at-home orders to prevent potential spread of the COVID-19 illness caused by the coronavirus.

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After going from zero positive test results for the COVID-19 illness in Trinity County to two in less than a week, the case number has since been revised back down to one.

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A survey sent out last week by the Trinity County Chamber of Commerce offered some interesting data regarding how local businesses have been affected by the state’s stay at home orders and how many were able to find financial assistance to weather the virus.

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The Weaverville Chamber of Commerce is launching a re-opening awareness initiative — “Responding to COVID Together” — to help local residents and visitors quickly assess the re-opening status of the community’s businesses. While it is up to the county to determine each business’s re-opening …

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While I don’t typically write in first person, I want to share with readers my experience of being tested last week for COVID-19. Being a mostly healthy guy in my early 50s, I still have concerns that I may become infected or facilitate the spread of a virus that may take someone’s life down…

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Shasta College successfully hosted its 70th annual commencement ceremony on Friday, May 15, in a virtual, online format. The college received 1,738 total applications for diplomas for 1,156 graduates (unduplicated headcount) with nine bachelor of science degree applications and 528 applicati…

Crime & Punishment

Gov't Calendar & Agendas

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(Meetings are subject to cancellation or closure to the public, or being held by teleconferencing,  to reduce potential exposure to the coronavirus. All meetings of the Board of Supervisors and most other county meetings will be held by teleconference until further notice.)

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(Meetings are subject to cancellation or closure to the public, or being held by teleconferencing, to reduce potential exposure to the coronavirus. All meetings of the Board of Supervisors and most others will be held by teleconference until further notice.)

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(Meetings are subject to cancellation or closure to the public, or being held by teleconferencing, to reduce potential exposure to the coronavirus. All meetings of the Board of Supervisors and most others will be held by teleconference until further notice.)

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Obituaries

James Earl Reed of Lewiston died May 11, 2020, in Medford, Ore…

It is with great sadness that we announce that Ray Bushman wen…

In the early morning hours of March 26, 2020, Mark William Tay…

Dolores G. Farnum passed away April 21, 2020, in her sleep at …

Opinion

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Diana and Terry Sheen wrote a letter “Against all-mail voting plan” in the April 29 Trinity Journal. They declare that they are “firmly against Gov. Gavin Newsom’s adoption of an executive order allowing an all-mail ballot election for the Nov. 3, 2020, Presidential Elections.”

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