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Trinity Public Utilities District says it has reached a settlement regarding wildfire claims arising from the 2017 Helena fire that destroyed many homes and buildings in Junction City. According to a release from TPUD Tuesday, the action stems from claims that TPUD equipment was responsible for starting the fire.

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At a lightly attended online meeting Jan. 7, Trinity County Resource Conservation District sought input on the Trinity County Community Wildfire Plan.

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Trinity County firefighters and other first responders have been receiving COVID-19 vaccinations as part of Phase 1A of the California Department of Public Health COVID-19 vaccine rollout. According to Trinity County Public Health, the county will soon see drive-through Vaccine Point of Dist…

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The difficulty of seating a jury during a pandemic is illustrated in the fact that several people arrested in 2019 and 2020 have still not made it to trial in Trinity County Superior Court.

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A normally routine matter of updating the Trinity County Board of Supervisors’ annual list of board appointments to some 36 committees, regional boards and commissions sparked a clash last week as one newly sworn supervisor challenged a third-term supervisor for his seat as a voting member o…

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As one of their first orders of business in the new year, Trinity County supervisors elected District 4 Sup. Jeremy Brown of Burnt Ranch to serve as board chairman through 2021 and District 5 Sup. Dan Frasier of Hettenshaw as vice chairman.

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A Trinity County grand jury report released in December had nothing but praise for the ballot processing and tallying done by the Trinity County Elections Department chief and staff in both the 2019 and 2020 presidential elections. The grand jurors’ only negative finding was that a larger sp…

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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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Elsie Jewell McLaughlin Glass at 98 years old, passed through …

Johnny Edward Case Sr., aka Ed & E Greenum Pullem, clocked…

Opinion

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It is almost over. There is light at the end of the tunnel; but did we learn anything? Will we be willing to forgive but never to forget? Will we put aside self-will and pride, consult God, and then allow Him to lead us, or will we let history repeat itself as it has so often done in the past?