Stretching from the south side of Hayfork to Hyampom and over South Fork Mountain to the communities of Mad River, Zenia, Ruth, Hettenshaw and Kettenpom, Trinity County’s massive District 5 has two contenders running for county supervisor in the upcoming June 7 election.
Candidates night in DC
Douglas City Community Services District is sponsoring a candidates night at the DCVFD Fire Hall at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, April 28. Candidates for Dist. 3 supervisor and Superior Court judge will be in attendance. Contact Lee Brewer at 623-7767 with questions. All District 3 voters are invited.
There’s been no final decision yet in the ongoing debate over roundabout versus stoplight at the Lance Gulch Road intersection with Highway 299 and Glen Road in Weaverville, but the Trinity County Board of Supervisors last week voted 4-1 to order up a preliminary design for a roundabout. The alternatives defined in the design will be evaluated by the board when it makes a final choice anticipated in another couple of months.
On Aug. 2, 2014, Santa Rosa therapist Steve Morris vanished in the Trinity Alps Wilderness northwest of Coffee Creek after a grueling hike to the top of Billys Peak.
A Trinity High School graduate living and working in Ecuador is seeking donations to aid his colleagues who have lost family members, friends and homes in the earthquake April 16.
Caltrans still aims to have Highway 3 where the collapse occurred between Weaverville and Trinity Center open prior to Memorial Day Weekend.
“It’s still not a sure thing and won’t be until we actually get it open,” said Denise Yergenson, information officer for Caltrans District 2.
As California looks at possible ways to increase revenue to fix deteriorating roads, it is searching for more volunteers to participate in a road charge pilot program beginning in July.
Focused on the damaging impacts of illegal, large-scale marijuana grows on federal and tribal lands in the northwestern corner of California draining into the Klamath and Trinity River watersheds, Mark Higley, a wildlife biologist for the Hoopa Tribe, shared the results of his and others’ joint research during a presentation to the Trinity County Board of Supervisors earlier this month in Weaverville.
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