With a new space to call its own, Curvy Roads Kegged Wines has put on a fresh coat of paint and started production of a new line of carbonated wines.
Trinity County’s unemployment rate rose in December to 8.7 percent which was better than a year ago, but still up from November’s 7.8 percent, according to preliminary data released last week by the Employment Development Department’s Labor Market Information Division.
Last week’s Week of Wellness was such a success, Kelly’s Fitness Plus & White Wolf Gym have decided to extend the event through the end of the month. Informative workshops and classes covering health, wellness and nutrition are being offered. You may set up a complimentary consultation with a trainer to design an individualized workout for your needs and answer nutrition questions.
After 30 years in public accounting, 18 of which were in Trinity County, CPA Jeanne Hodge is retiring from her certified public accounting practice. Calli Coleman began serving her accounting and tax clients as of the first of the year.
Trinity County’s unemployment rate rose to 7.9 percent in November, up over a point from October’s rate of 6.8 percent and the year’s lowest of 6.1 percent recorded in September, according to preliminary data released last week by the Employment Development Department’s Labor Market Information Division.
The owners of Bonanza King Resort in Coffee Creek have added a service they hope will bring new visitors to the area.
The Growing Wild Garden Supply and Stella Blue clothing/gift store in Hayfork have undergone a transfer to new ownership since the start of this year when Teresa and Russell Newman purchased the businesses from former owner and founder Michele Georgeson.
On Dec. 16 State Supt. of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson and Sen. Mike McGuire hosted a bipartisan meeting of influential Northern California business, agricultural, education and labor leaders on career technical education in public schools.