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Pulling into the Hayfork Bally lookout, among a jack rabbit crossing the road, mountains for miles, tons of greenery and wind blowing, on a day Annelle Durham, the fire lookout is working, her truck is stationed for the work week with a cut-up water bottle hanging off her open hood and a pie…

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Hot days across Trinity County have turned into cloudy afternoons and mild thunderstorms that sparked several fires throughout the county.

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Trinity River Restoration Program representatives and specialists from other agencies presented a new flow schedule proposal for the Trinity River, Tuesday, Aug. 2, to the county Board of Supervisors they say could lead to better survival of juvenile salmon.

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Residents and rafters along the Trinity River likely noticed a recent change in its color this past week, but storms notwithstanding, it should clear itself up.

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This common California Scorpion was found in a towel after a swimming trip at Canyon Creek, Junction City. It’s less than one inch long and quickly went into hiding when people approached. While its venom is instantly lethal to other insects, it’s not considered dangerous to humans and will … Read more

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Kenneth Charles Whipple was born to Edward and Mildred Whipple…

“Gerry” Gerald Michael Schaden, 71, died at home in Redding, C…

Marcia Catherine Ivey of Douglas City passed away July 13, 202…

Words cannot begin to express our profound sadness as we annou…

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My family moved to Trinity County in 1980. I have lived in Hayfork, Hyampom and Peanut. I went to school K-12 in Hayfork, except for the two years we lived in Hyampom when my dad was helping build the hydroelectric station there. I graduated from Hayfork High School in 1994.

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