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The 20-year Trinity High School class of 2002 reunion is approaching. Organizers need your contact information. Send your contact information to Jessica Tillinghast at forttillinghast@gmail.com or sign up for emails at: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSehrb_NK4xmhgsWEPs_KX7VKmrSY5UF… Read more

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The Weaverville Rotary Club recently conducted its roadside cleanup along Highway 3 at Musser Hill northeast of Weaverville. The club recently inducted two new members — Gus Kormeier and Colleen O’Sullivan. The Rotary Club meets at noon on Thursdays at the Trinity Alps Golf Course Restaurant. Read more

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A Chenrezig Ceremony for the Deceased will be conducted by the lamas and sangha during the Sunday afternoon, May 29, session of the Chenrezig Drubchod at the Chagdud Gonpa Rigdzin Ling, 341 Red Hill Road, Junction City. Read more

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This Friday and Saturday is the Bigfoot BBQ! The fun will start on Friday from 4 to 11 p.m. with live music, vendors, the Chili Cook-Off, a BBQ dinner, a dessert/craft auction, and more! Then, the fun will continue on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m., with the BBQ Competition, cornhole and h… Read more

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Greetings, readers! Let’s talk about the term “sustainability.” I’ve touched upon it before as the phrase is ubiquitous in the field, but today, we deep-dive! Read more

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As I write this, it is snowing outside, and it’s May 8! Hopefully when you read this May 11 or later, the weather will have improved. I feel like we had a mild winter, a lovely spring, brief dab of summer, then, whoops, back to winter! For all of you impatient early birds who couldn’t wait t… Read more

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Hello, everyone, and welcome to May. It is snowing as I write this. I had plans to sit on the deck and read a new book for my Mother’s Day, but that did not go as expected. At least I had not packed away my winter clothes just yet. Read more

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The North Fork Grange recently hosted a meet and greet with Sheriff Tim Saxon and county Sup. Jeremy Brown. A good size crowd was in attendance and had the opportunity to ask questions and learn more about what each incumbent will focus on if re-elected. Cannabis regulation and enforcement w… Read more

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Nature has a number of ways of signaling the beginning of spring for me. Many of us think of robins flying north with the spring, but for me it is that hummingbirds appear at my place around St Patrick’s Day bringing their flashes of color. And then there are the splashes of color on the lan… Read more

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The 20-year Trinity High School class of 2002 reunion is approaching. Organizers need your contact information. Send your contact information to Jessica Tillinghast at forttillinghast@gmail.com or sign up for emails at: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSehrb_NK4xmhgsWEPs_KX7VKmrSY5UF… Read more

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A Chenrezig Ceremony for the Deceased will be conducted by the lamas and sangha during the Sunday afternoon, May 29, session of the Chenrezig Drubchod at the Chagdud Gonpa Rigdzin Ling, 341 Red Hill Road, Junction City. Read more

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Coast Central Credit Union President/CEO James T. Sessa announced its Board of Directors has approved $100,000 in grants through its Community Investment Program’s spring round to 14 local organizations. A total of 54 nonprofits had requested more than $750,000.  Coast Central also supports … Read more

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The Roderick/Hayfork Senior Center is open again, finally! We held an Open House on Friday night to welcome everyone back. It’s so enjoyable seeing all your familiar faces and we hope that new people in the community will come by to have a meal and make new friends, as well. Read more

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Today is the special Mother’s Day Bingo event at the Fairgrounds Dining Hall. It starts at 9 a.m., with 11 games costing $10. Individual game pages can be purchased for $2 each. Breakfast and drinks will be available, and there will be a raffle for 2 free breakfasts from U-Rok Bakery. Read more

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The Golden Age Center opened for lunch last Tuesday, April 26. A wonderful crowd of about 50 people came in for eating and visiting. We were open yesterday, May 3, for a lasagna lunch, and will continue to be open on Tuesdays from 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Lunch will be available between noon and… Read more

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There was quite the weekend crowd this past Friday and Saturday at the Lakeview Terrace Resort above Lewiston Lake as the first Spring Into Musical Festival rocked their amphitheater. Thanks to owners Ryan Cinelli and Jordan Snow, who know how to throw a good party, there was great music lin… Read more

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Lots happening in the North Lake! There are still tickets left for the Cinco de Mayo dinner at the IOOF Hall on Saturday, May 7. Call Betty at 530-266-3807 or Suzanne at 530-941-0495 for reservations for a delicious dinner of chili rellenos, taco bar and much more for only $25. Take your mom… Read more

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Another Hyampom Pie Auction is set to take place outdoors Saturday, April 30, at the Hyampom Community Hall. Free dinner at 4 p.m. Billy Starrs is again providing fabulous free barbecued chicken. There will be free salad and pasta, a vegetarian option, Sparky will deliver his traditional pie… Read more

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The Weaverville Community Band and Chorus presented a Spring Concert Sunday, April 24, at the Trinity Alps Performing Arts Center. This concert was the first live performance by the WCBC in more than two years, and the first concert produced by new musical director Taylor Aglipay. Read more

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Though not as well attended as in past years, this past weekend’s Countywide Yard Sale was still quite successful for many of us. Due to rain all of Thursday night, some participants got off to a late start setting up on a clear and dry Friday. I will personally thank all who came to support… Read more

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Last week was pretty darn action-packed. The Junction City Fire Jills hosted a fun-filled night of Bunco. I had never played before, but decided to give it a go, and was pleasantly surprised. There were lots of snacks and drinks to keep everyone happy during breaks in the game. The game roun… Read more

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Goodness, that was a crazy week of weather. Snow, rain, freezes, frost, fog and wind. There had better be some awesome May flowers in the North Lake’s future :). Seriously, the precipitation was so needed and enjoyed. Read more

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An LGBTQ Coalition and Pride planning meeting is scheduled from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday, April 30, at Trinity County Office of Education, 201 Memorial Drive, Weaverville. Read more

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May 7 is the Monthly Art Walk, Weaverville, 5 to 8 p.m., part of the expanded First Saturdays event. Receptions for featured artists, refreshments. The Visitor Center will have historic pictures in honor of the May 21 Heritage Day celebration.     Read more

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The Hayfork Valley Legacy Mural was installed on the Sharon Eggleston building just last week. A lot of hard work and dedication went into making the mural, and it really shows. The mural captures the essence of Hayfork beautifully through its many details. If you have the chance, check it o… Read more

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The Trinity County Friends of the Library Book Sale is going to be April 29-30. Friday evening, April 29, is a presale event from 6 to 8 p.m., for members only. You can join TCFL that evening if you haven’t for 2022. They will have free refreshments and you get first choice of the books. The… Read more

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Exciting things are happening at the Roderick Senior Center! First, what we know you’ve all been waiting for – we will finally be open to the public. Our first dine-in service will be Taco Tuesday on May 3, serving promptly at noon. To celebrate this momentous occasion, next Friday on April … Read more

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The 2022 community Easter Egg Hunt held at the Hyampom Community Hall was a grand success. It turned out to be a large and very festive crowd and we were so pleased to see some old Hyampomers return for the event. It was a gorgeous spring day and a wonderful turnout of children of all ages. … Read more

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The April show at the Highland Art Center features the artwork of students throughout Trinity County. K-12 public school kids as well as youngsters studying privately fill the gallery with artworks in various media and techniques. This popular exhibit is a high-water mark in the annual show … Read more

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Looks like we are finally having some wonderful drizzly days! No complaints here. Just happy to see some rain and snow, even as late as it is. Thanks to the rain, I’m starting to see all those wildflowers that we love pop up. Maybe it’s time to take a walk down your road, or drive to a meado… Read more

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Nearly everyone with a child in sports has seen that parent or has been that parent who starts screaming from the bleachers at coaches, umpires and players at a questionable call, a missed ball or a cheap hit. For many, the outburst is isolated, but others yell and complain all nine innings,… Read more

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The warm sunshine this past weekend was welcomed by delighted Easter egg hunters and families across Trinity County who shook off the raindrops and snowflakes and went outdoors to enjoy the day. Our communities really owe some big thanks to all the folks who braved the blustery pre-Easter we… Read more

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This coming Saturday, April 23, we will say our final goodbyes to Laurie Hamilton and Mary Buttram.  Laurie’s service will be held at 11 a.m. at the Trinity Center Community Church. Mary’s celebration of life will take place at 1 p.m. at the IOOF Hall.   Read more

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The Hayfork High School Theater Arts Class is now pre-selling tickets for their play, titled “1984.” The performances will be on May 20, 21, 27 and 28. You can buy tickets by going to the HHS office or calling them at 530-628-5261. Read more