A colorful and musical celebration of Chinese New Year opened with a string of exploding firecrackers next to the Joss House Saturday morning in Weaverville. When the smoke cleared, drums and cymbals signaled the arrival of traditional lions. The lions danced, played, ate lettuce and took do… Read more
Polls will open at 7 a.m. and close at 8 p.m. next Tuesday, March 3 for the Presidential Primary Election. There are eight candidates running for three seats on the Board of Supervisors and several important local ballot measures on the ballot in Trinity County along with candidates for pres…
Five candidates with a wide variety of experience seek to represent California’s 2nd Congressional District.
Three-term state Assemblymember Jim Wood says if re-elected he’ll continue working on issues such as health care and fire prevention.
Proposition 13, the only statewide measure on the March 3 ballot, would create a $15 billion bond to build, repair and modernize schools, from kindergarten through public colleges and universities.
Hoisting the spoils of victories in California’s hard-fought water wars, President Donald Trump is directing more of the state’s precious water to wealthy farmers and other agriculture interests when he visited their Republican Central Valley stronghold last Wednesday.
Not admitting any violation of California’s Ralph M. Brown Act open meeting laws, the Trinity County Board of Supervisors committed in writing last week that it will “cease, desist from, and not repeat the challenged past action” involving its lack of disclosure on a closed session item last…
A long-serving employee of Trinity County including most recently as the Director of Health and Human Services and Office of Emergency Services, Letty Garza is retiring with her last official day on the job coming this Friday, Feb. 28.
Crime & Punishment
Diane Richards is at it again! She’s going to save the county from corruption, millions (where does she get her statistics?) fix the roads, more police – on and on – but since we are 3rd poorest county in California, where is the money coming from, new taxes?
We do not live in District 2, so we can't vote for Jill Cox. However, we are residents of Trinity County, and as such, we are impacted by the decisions of each of our supervisors. There is no question in our minds that Jill Cox is far and away the most qualified candidate to serve as Distri…
It is a sad commentary on our culture and our county when a candidate for supervisor puts, and needs to put, civility as part of her campaign ad. The lack of civility at public meetings does nothing but turn ears deaf, harden hearts and drive our communities and its people farther apart.
First off, I want to say that no industry wants to pay a tax and that includes the cannabis cultivation industry here in Trinity County. Yes, they say they are willing to pay a tax and we’ll