Mountain Valley Raceway

sets 2019 schedule

Trinity County Fairgrounds, Hayfork

Mini Stocks, Hobby Stocks, Sport Modifieds and Enduros

April 13: First race

May 4: First Responders’ Night

May 18: Race No. 3

June 8: Kids Night

June 22: Race No. 5

July 13: Fourth of July celebration

July 27: Race No. 7

Aug. 10: Trinity County Fair race

Sept. 14: Final race of the season

Fan Appreciation Night

Spectator fees: adults 18+ $10, seniors (62+) and veterans $8, students 17 and under $5, children 5 and under admitted free.

Trinity Pool League

Standings through March 3

Team Pts.

Tangle Blue III..........201

Tangle Blue V............196

Tangle Blue II...........168

TAP ........................165

New York I.............. 159

Tangle Blue I ...........159

Diggins I .................151

Diggins II ................137

Boozehounds ...........126

New York II .............125

Tangle Blue IV .........117

Moose I ..................109

Trinity Women’s Pool League

Standings as of Round 2, Feb. 27

Team Wins

Tangle Blue .........18

Diggins ...............13

Lewiston Hotel .....12

New York Saloon ...5

ROUND 3, March 6: Diggins vs Tangle & New York Saloon vs Lewiston Hotel

ROUND 4, March 13: Lewiston Hotel vs New York Saloon & Tangle Blue vs Diggins

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STNF OHV grant proposal

The Shasta-Trinity National Forest is planning to request grant funds from the California Off-Highway Motor Vehicle Recreation Division to enhance and manage motorized recreation in the area. Three projects are being submitted as part of the grant proposal:

► Mt. Shasta Avalanche Education Program will deliver classroom and field-based snowmobile avalanche education classes. This project provides education patrols and field presence in local snowmobile riding areas. Maintenance of safety signage at winter trailheads and daily avalanche weather forecasts are also part of this project. 

► A Shasta-Trinity National Forest maintenance, operations and repairs project to hire seasonal staff to perform maintenance activities on OHV (off-highway vehicle) and OSV (over-snow vehicle) routes including: removal of fallen trees, tread maintenance, cleaning of water bars, etc. The Forest will also install OHV and OSV route markers and directional signs, service OHV and OSV restrooms, campgrounds, trailheads, and remove trash. OHV and OSV maps will also be updated and printed.

► Shasta-Trinity National Forest Law Enforcement’s project proposal will include public information, education and enforcement, as well as resource monitoring and protection. The plan supports enforcement of all laws pertaining to OHV operation. The grant proposal will provide patrol coverage and supplies for supporting public safety, wildlife, soils and habitat protection while sustaining OHV recreation opportunities.

The public will be able to review and comment on the grant proposals through May 6 by logging onto the California state website: http://olga.ohv.parks.ca.gov/egrams_ohmvr/user/ReviewProjects.aspx. On this website search for “Shasta-Trinity” under the “Agency” tab. For more information about the state grant process and requirements, visit the OHMVR Division website at www.ohv.parks.ca.gov.