The release from Lewiston Dam to the Trinity River is increasing for a second spring peak flow. The first peak flow in April was cut short due to an oil leak at the Trinity PowerPlant. Water that was held back due to that incident is now scheduled to be released as part of the second peak. Read more
A teenager from Weaverville and a motorcycle rider from Canada lost their lives in two separate crashes in Trinity County on Friday, May 10.
As California moves toward regulating the cultivation of industrial hemp, the Trinity County Board of Supervisors last week voted 4-1 to enact an urgency ordinance imposing a temporary ban on the activity based on potential harm it poses to local cannabis producers.
Frontier Day Opening Prayer and drumming by the Nor Rel Muk Wintu Nation at the Highland Art Center meadow.
Court documents shed some light on why child molestation charges against former Coffee Creek teacher David Frederick were dropped.
Members of the Trinity Management Council agree that modifications to the Trinity River Restoration Program are needed.
The attorneys for Trinity County and the Trinity Action Association have informed the Trinity Journal that through cooperative negotiations good progress has been made toward settlement of the lawsuit filed by TAA against the county early this year.
Public scoping sessions were held in four Trinity County communities last week to help identify needed improvements to 10 county and U.S. Forest Service roads providing recreational access to Trinity Alps Wilderness trailheads.
Crime & Punishment
Rev up your engines and get ready to fly with Douglas City School’s production of “Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Jr.,” at 6:30 p.m. Thursday through Saturday, May 16-18, at the Trinity Alps Performing Arts Center, 101 Arbuckle Court, Weaverville. Tickets at the door $6 for those 9 and older, $3 fo… Read more
Fire and ice. Both wreak havoc throughout the North State and in California. This past winter, it was snow. In some places power was out for almost a week, others five days, in most of Trinity County a day or two. Every power problem we had, PUD reports, was downed trees on major power lines.
Where have the birds, bees, bats, frogs, deer, etc. gone? This year I have seen exactly two honey bees on my ceanothus and lilac flowers. No deer. No robins. Come to think of it, no birds. I pollinated my apple and cherry trees with a small paint brush.
The Mountain Community Healthcare District is in violation of the California Constitution, section 13C and 13D. 13D gives directions for the public to tax against the people of California (Trinity County). It states in there that the defending government tax can’t be placed upon the people w…
We recently visited the Nat (San Diego’s Natural History Museum) to see the famous (or infamous to mainstream scientists) Cerutti Mastodon exhibit which proves that humans were living in North America 130,000 years ago. This is only one of 50 current sites across America which claims to push…
Is anyone else indignant to hear that our county will issue a grow permit to someone who has not paid their property taxes in multiple years? Would being current on your taxes be a prerequisite for a license?