California Secretary of State candidate Mark Meuser's statewide campaign bicycle tour stops in Big Flat on Sunday, July 15. Read more
The Flat fire that started June 28 southeast of Douglas City was declared 100 percent contained Thursday, July 5. No structures were lost in the blaze which burned in vegetation in the area of Reading Creek Road.
An 18-year-old woman from Trinity Center died Monday, July 2, in a crash south of Coffee Creek, the California Highway Patrol said.
Delays continue to plague the installation of Trinity County’s first permanent traffic signal that was last reported to be anticipated by late spring or early summer, but is still nowhere in sight for motorists traveling through the Highway 299/Lance Gulch/Glen Road intersection in Weaverville.
As you explore the beauty of hiking, camping or fishing this summer in the mountains of Trinity County, make sure that you stay alert. With summer comes days filled with the warm sunshine that makes you end up spending most days outdoors, but you’re not the only one who’s out this time of ye…
The California Poison Control system suggests being on the lookout for spiders which are increasingly active when the temperature rises. Spider bites can result in small puncture wounds, pain, redness, itching and swelling that can last a couple of days. Most bites are usually not serious. T…
A big rig carrying asphalt oil crashed on Highway 299 east of Slattery Gulch on Saturday, July 7, spilling oil and injuring the driver.
A Santa Monica man sustained major injuries and two other people were hurt in a suspected DUI-related crash in Salyer on Sunday, July 8, the California Highway Patrol said.
Crime & Punishment
The 2018 racing season will begin this Saturday night at the newly renamed Mountain Valley Raceway in Hayfork. The Trinity County Fairgrounds-based facility will be opening with the first event of a seven-race season this week. It’s the Independence Day Celebration. The regularly featured cl… Read more
As we await solutions to our societal ills from Washington, Sacramento, or the local authorities, many unsolved problems persist in our communities and neighborhoods.
You know the Pledge of Allegiance, probably by heart. You may recite it only occasionally, or get the chance several times a week. Sometimes, I’m guessing, you say it mechanically, and other times filled with deep meaning.