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October unemployment rate falls slightly in Trinity

Trinity County's unemployment rate in October was 4.7 percent, down 0.1 percent from the revised September rate of 4.8 percent. The year-over-year rate is also down 1.2 percentage points from the October 2016 rate of 5.9 percent, according to data released this past week by the Labor Market Informat


Pacific Logging Congress holds memorial tribute to Larry Holmgren

This year, the late Larry Holmgren would have been the president of the 109th Pacific Logging Congress, an organization that represents timber industry workers and related businesses in the United States, Canada, and New Zealand. Holmgren was asked to lead the group in 2013 and the Hydesville reside

EUREKA TIMES-STANDARD - 2017-11-23 08:00:00

Mountain Magic to kick off holiday season

Weaverville is under the spell of Mountain Magic. At the foot of snow-capped Alps, Weaverville Chamber of Commerce volunteers climbed 10- and 20-foot ladders that straddled bushes and rocked on uneven ground to install ice cycle lights in the Historic District. "It's tricky, reaching these high roo


So. Trinity teacher honored

Talk about someone who makes the most out of so little. Southern Trinity High School volleyball coach Clint Maybee has been awarded the distinguished North Coast Section coach honor award in volleyball. Maybee is the girls volleyball coach at one of the tiniest schools in the North Coast Section. Wi


Grandfather disappears heading to wedding in Seattle

Arizona resident Keith J. Olsen, 74, was reported missing on Wednesday, Nov. 15, after he disappeared in Northern California. His car was found and towed from MP 18.5 on Zenia Lake Mountain Road in Trinity County on Saturday, Nov. 18. Belongings including his wallet, cell phone, cell phone charger,


Subaru and Roderick Center 'Share the Love'

Roderick/Hayfork Senior Nutrition Center joined Subaru of America, Inc. and Redding Subaru General Manager Jonathan Campbell to celebrate the annual Share the Love Event in 2017. Campbell visited Roderick Center on Thursday, Nov. 16, to kick off the event. This year marks the automaker's 50th annive


Bridge Lighting & Fireworks this Saturday

Thanks to the overwhelming generosity of the residents and businesses in Lewiston, Weaverville and beyond, there is enough money in the proverbial Christmas stocking to pay for the annual Lewiston Bridge Lighting & Fireworks! The fireworks, set for Saturday, Nov. 25, will be lighting up the skies ar


Black police officers complain about racial Facebook post by police recruit

The Little Rock Police Department has acknowledged a complaint by the Little Rock Black Police Officers Association about a racially tinged message allegedly found on the Facebook page of a member of the police recruit class as well as an insensitive drawing posted on a window of police offices Th

ARKANSAS TIMES - 2017-11-24 08:00:00

PB Zebras heading to state after Friday win over Searcy

The Pine Bluff Zebras defeated the Searcy Lions Friday night at home, earning a trip to Little Rock to face off against the Greenwood Bulldogs in the 6A State Championship at 7 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 1. This isn't the first time Pine Bluff has topped Searcy in 2017. On Oct. 13, Pine Bluff handed Searc

PINE BLUFF COMMERCIAL - 2017-11-25 04:53:52

Fayetteville council appoints resident to fill vacancy

NWA Democrat-Gazette/STACY RYBURN Kyle Smith (left), Ward 4 resident, speaks Tuesday to Fayetteville's City Council. The council appointed Smith to fill former member Alan Long's vacant Ward 4 seat. FAYETTEVILLE -- The City Council appointed a school teacher to fill a vacancy left by former member


Ex-alderman sued by former partner

A Fayetteville City Council member who resigned Saturday is accused of stealing tens of thousands of dollars from his former domestic partner and of not living in the ward he represented, according to a lawsuit filed late last month. Lawyer Steven Kay filed the suit Oct. 31 in Washington County Circ


D.J. Williams to Usher in 2018 in NYE Countdown Show

DALLAS -- What's a New Year's Eve without parties, music, a countdown and even some fireworks to finish it off? "Lone Star NYE: Countdown to 2018" will bring all of that and more into living rooms across Texas and beyond during a live broadcast as Nexstar Media Group and NBC 5/KXAS in Dallas ring i


Park Vandalism Pushes Positive Message

LONOKE, Ark. - New cases of vandalism have captured the attention of the Lonoke Police Department. But, the message behind recent graffiti have some people asking authorities to re-think their disciplinary strategy. "Come on girls. Let's go." With paws pulling him along, Bob Glover takes a stroll ar


Fire department warns residents of controlled burns

Fire department warns residents of controlled burns Dry conditions and high winds are a potentially deadly mix. Now, a local fire department is warning residents about their controlled burns. "We are seeing several of them a day and our crews are getting tired," said Chief Autumn Carlisle with the 7


Deadly opening weekend of waterfowl season

LITTLE ROCK (AGFC) - Along with extreme wind and dry conditions throughout most of the state, this year's opening weekend of waterfowl season was marked by many boating accidents and near misses, including two tragic fatalities: one on Bald Knob Lake and the other on the Arkansas River. "The last th


Reporter's Notebook: Self-defense for women gets boost at SUCO

The State University College at Oneonta has held women's self-defense classes since the 1990s, but University Police and Chief Jennifer Fila are trying to get the word out again that the course is available to students and faculty. "We've kind of reinvigorated the program with fresh young blood," sa

DAILY STAR - 2017-11-24 22:44:59

Engagement: Galleazzi - Tino

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Galleazzi of Stamford announce the engagement of their daughter, Amy Galleazzi, to Nicholas Tino, son of Kelly and Jim Tino of Johnstown. The bride-to-be and her fiance are graduates of the paramedic program at the State University College of Agriculture and Technology at Cobles

DAILY STAR - 2017-11-24 20:00:00

Schoharie County man arrested for alleged child sex abuse

RICHMONDVILLE - A Schoharie County man was arrested for alleged child sex abuse earlier this week, State Police said Friday. Jose Bruno, 29, of Richmondville was charged with felony sex abuse and misdemeanor endangering the welfare of a child Tuesday. Troopers said they received a complaint regardin

TIMES UNION - 2017-11-24 15:40:28

Richmondville man charged with sex abuse, endangering

A Richmondville man is behind bars, on sexual abuse charges. State Police arrested Jose E. Bruno, 29, on Wednesday. In February, the Bureau of Criminal Investigation at the Princetown barracks received a complaint about possible sex abuse of two children under the age of 10. Following an investigati

WRGB - 2017-11-24 15:29:52

Man accused of felony stabbing

A Worcester man has been charged with felony assault, Oneonta city police said Tuesday. Dustin Robinson, 35, was charged Nov. 10 with second-degree assault and criminal possession of a weapon, a 4-inch folding knife, said Chief Douglas Brenner. Robinson was arguing with a woman at about 1 a.m. Nov.

DAILY STAR - 2017-11-24 00:19:54