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In the final count, they were just 10 votes apart in the June 5 primary election for the District 4 Trinity County Supervisor’s seat, placing …

Pouring rain didn’t dampen the turnout in Junction City last Wednesday night to hear local candidates spar over qualifications, experience and…

Trust all of you are staying “cool” some way or another. If it is a dip in the Trinity or even Canyon Creek, stay water safe and enjoy. This comes with a reminder that if you pack it in, please pack it out. There seems to be an increase in roadside debris and that truly is a shame. Our household keeps a trash bag in the truck to pick up wherever/whatever/whenever.

A couple of columns back I mentioned I had asked the TC “Recorder Elections” office about an address or info on how Bill Burton’s District 4 position could be filled. Took a while to get the info and I am including the response I did get: “July 31, 2017 is the last day for Bill Burton, Supervisor District 4. The County Admin office will put out a press release at that time.” Now, maybe there has been a press release.

No one knows how long the Trinity County Board of Supervisors seat representing District 4 will remain vacant once the incumbent, Bill Burton, passes his last day in office on July 31.

The Trinity County Board of Supervisors last week adopted a preliminary budget for 2017/18 in the amount of $108,454,508, acknowledging a gap of more than $3 million between department requests and available general fund revenues.

Trinity County’s District 4 Sup. Bill Burton of Junction City delivered a surprise announcement during Tuesday’s board meeting in Weaverville that he is resigning from office as he prepares to leave the country to try and resolve his family’s immigration issues.

Newlyweds Joana Noth and Bill Burton of Junction City are finding out the hard way just how difficult it is for a foreign-born resident to navigate the immigration path to U.S. citizenship, much less board an airplane back into the country without proper documentation.