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Driving through Weaverville the morning after the governor’s executive stay at home order, one could find little difference from the day before. In fact, most stores were still open, people were still fueling up at local gas stations, and there seemed to be slightly more people on the sidewa…

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While fire and medical personnel have been and continue to be affected by the potential for COVID-19 exposure, local law enforcement say their jobs haven’t changed all that much.  

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Currently, Trinity County has no confirmed cases of community-spread COVID-19 coronavirus. California has also declared a state of emergency due to the spread of COVID-19 in various communities in the state, as has Trinity County. The governor has advised that the statewide protections again…

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The coronavirus pandemic has prompted many changes in the ways Trinity County is conducting business ranging from office closures limiting public access to employees working from home and public meetings either being canceled or limited in attendance.

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In accordance with the governor’s shelter-in-place order, the Trinity Alps Golf and Country Club’s restaurant is closed until further notice. All perishable foods have been donated to the local Food Bank for those in need.

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Douglas City Elementary School will be providing breakfast and lunch meals for any children under the age of 18, whether a student at Douglas City School or otherwise, from 9:30 to 11 a.m. every Monday.

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Donald K. “Don” Palmer, age 86, a resident of Weaverville, die…

Virginia Mae Fields of Redding, formally of Douglas City, died…

Edward Leroy Bull of Weaverville died March 8, 2020, at his re…

I, Barbara (McKnight) Leas, am sorry to announce my husband of…

Debra Ann Nichols passed on March 6, 2020, at the home of her …

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We are fortunate, at least by comparison to the more urban areas of the state and country, that we can try to go about our lives in this unprecedented time of “social distancing” to try to limit the increasingly likely impact of the so-called Corona virus or COVID-19, without panic. I, like …

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About two weeks ago I had a life-threatening health issue. I had a respiratory infection that almost completely stopped me being able to breathe. After one visit to the doctor and one to the ER where they released me, I once again had to go to the ER three days later. My wife took me and pro…

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