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While two residences and a garage were destroyed in an accidental fire Monday night, Lewiston Fire Chief Mel Deardorff said all were lucky it didn’t destroy more homes.  

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With most Trinity County schools set to reopen their campuses next week for in-classroom learning, they have been busy through the summer preparing to do so under a countywide health and safety plan to protect students and staff from the potential of spreading the COVID-19 virus.

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Shasta College courses for the fall semester will commence on Monday, Aug. 17, with most being held online. Shasta College decided to move the majority of fall classes online back in May 2020 in response to the national pandemic and out of concern for student’s and faculty’s safety and well-being.

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A release from Trinity County Health and Human Services just after 5 p.m. Tuesday reports a sixth case of COVID-19 has been confirmed in the Trinity County.

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It’s rare for an item already voted on to come back for reconsideration, but that’s what the Trinity County Board of Supervisors has agreed to do on the matter of displaying the national motto “In God We Trust” in the board meeting room at the Trinity County Library in Weaverville.

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The California Highway Patrol is continuing to investigate a head-on collision that killed a Modoc teenager east of Douglas City Monday morning. According to CHP reports, the crash occurred about 9 a.m. when an eastbound 2003 Chevy pickup, driven by a 15-year-old female, attempted to pass a …

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Ground has been broken for what Trinity County Food Bank officials say will be a major and important expansion of the Weaverville facility. Director Jeff England said the new 40- by 60-foot insulated metal building will be used for food storage and truck parking, as well as employee protection.

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A Redding man was arrested on suspicion of DUI and released after crashing his car into a ravine off Highway 299 in Junction City Saturday night, July 25. According to a CHP report, Richard Marquis, 38, of Redding was driving westbound on Highway 299 approaching Dutch Creek Road when he cros…

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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 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 other county meetings will be held by teleconference until further notice.

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Norris Vance Shears of Weaverville died July 25, 2020, in Weav…

Traven Joseph Garrison died July 17, 2020, at his residence in…

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As is the Carr fire evacuation wasn’t enough, Mother Nature decided to present us with another surprise. Sometime around 5 p.m. an oak fell down and, of course, across some power lines causing a spark-induced fire. My place is the last unit 1.5 miles up the canyon and about 0.25 of a mile fr…

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Thank you Peter Brydon for the continued dialogue on judicial review and the 2A. Please be honest Peter and admit that your preference is not for scholars with degrees, but for scholars who agree with your statist ideology. Degrees are dime a dozen.

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