There will be a special meeting of the Trinity Alps Unified School District Board of Trustees on Friday, July 31, to interview candidates for a vacant board seat representing the Weaverville area following last month’s resignation of longtime board member George Tkach.
Weaverville Elementary School and Trinity Preparatory Academy have officially announced the opening of Superhero School.
Trinity High School held its annual Scholarship Awards Night on May 20 at the Trinity Alps Performing Arts Center. Thirty-one students were given scholarships from various organizations in our community and surrounding areas.
The Trinity High School class of 1990 will be holding a 25-year class reunion from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Friday, July 3, at Papa Dogs in Weaverville. Join classmates for tri-tip, drinks, music and old friends. Food and drinks available for purchase. Call or text Stacey with questions, 530-945-9571.
As hundreds of well-wishers packed the stands last Friday to share in the celebration, 74 Trinity High School seniors graduated as the class of 2015, preparing to embark on new adventures around the globe.
A very small class of 14 seniors graduated from Hayfork High School on Friday in a ceremony that highlighted memories of the close-knit class and the message to pursue their dreams.
Tulane University awarded degrees to more than 2,800 graduates on May 16, 2015, in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans. Crystal Grippin of Hayfork graduated from the School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine with a master’s degree in public health.
Bridget Carson, in period dress, tells tales of early Trinity County to Weaverville Elementary School students participating in the school’s annual wagon train outing. Students braved cold, rainy weather on Wednesday and Thursday, May 27-28, with improvised wagons in their trek to East Weaver Campground. Stew and s’mores were on the evening’s menu.
The "chiropractic first" movement gets more ammunition.
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Many families are finding that with a little effort at accommodation, two, three or more generations can live happily together under one roof—and using one kitchen. (NAPS)