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Pizza trailer impounded over permit issues
Simmering for months, a dispute between the owner of a mobile food trailer in Hayfork and the Trinity County Environmental Health Division boiled over at the end of November when county officials impounded the trailer and hauled it away as the owner watched, demanding to keep his property that he sa
47-year-old man killed in Dinsmore area identified as Trinity County resident
The following is a press release from the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office:. The Humboldt County Coroner’s Office has identified the victim of a homicide occurring Dec. 7, 2018, as that of 47-year-old Anthony Joseph Calderone of Trinity County.
Good guy to the rescue
On Nov. 30, late afternoon, my daughter with her two daughters and a friend were traveling from Humboldt County, Eureka, to Redding for a basketball tournament and their game was later that evening.
‘Nutcracker’ hits TAPAC stage Saturday
Redding City Ballet’s the “Nutcracker” will be celebrating 20 years of performing this holiday ballet at 3 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 15, at the Trinity Alps Performing Arts Center in Weaverville for one performance only.
What’s up with the South Fork chinook this year?
On Nov. 19, I joined the U.S. Forest Service and the Watershed Research and Training Center team effort on the South Fork Trinity River to survey for fish redds, the aquatic nests where salmon lay their eggs.
$9 million settlement in 2012 Flat fire
Kernen Construction Co. and Bundy & Sons Logging have collectively agreed to pay $9 million to settle a lawsuit brought by the United States for damages resulting from a 2012 wildfire that burned more than 1,600 acres of national forestland in Trinity County, U.S. Attorney McGregor W. Scott announce
Food bank seeks staffing help
Trinity County supervisors last week heard a passionate pitch from supporters of the Trinity Community Food Outreach nonprofit program seeking help from the county to create a county-funded food bank manager position.
Forest Service seeks to acquire coveted parcels within Trinity Alps Wilderness
Granite-rimmed Emerald Lake and lower Morris Meadows, two popular destinations in the middle of the Trinity Alps Wilderness, have long been privately owned. Backpackers and hikers haven’t been restricted from the area which is surrounded by public land, so news recently that the U.S. Forest Service
Cannabis cultivation rules back on agenda
There are significant changes proposed to Trinity County’s zoning ordinance adopted in October 2017 allowing for commercial cultivation of cannabis, and the Trinity County Planning Commission is set to take up the discussion for a second time Thursday night, Dec. 13, during its regular meeting at 7
Humboldt firms agree to pay damages from wildfire
Two Humboldt County firms have agreed to pay $9 million in damages from a 2012 fire in Trinity County. Kernon Construction Co. and Bundy & Sons Logging agreed to the settlement amount in a lawsuit filed by the U.S. Attorney's Office in Sacramento.
Local Appellation Exploration: NorthCountry Farms, Hayfork
This is the third installment in a five-part series exploring the diverse range of environments for local cannabis farms in the Emerald Triangle. We are heading east to NorthCountry Farms near Hayfork in Trinity County, the Triangle’s most remote and sparsely populated component.
Humboldt sheriff ID’s homicide victim as Trinity man
The Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office has identified the victim of a homicide it’s investigating as a Trinity County resident, 47-year-old Anthony Joseph Calderone. On Friday, Dec. 7, at about 2:49 a.m., Humboldt deputies were dispatched to the area of Highway 36 near mile marker 43 for the report of
Fuels reduction project near Packers Bay on Shasta Lake
The Shasta-Trinity National Forest will soon begin the Northwoods Deuce fuels reduction project on Shasta Lake near Packers Bay south of O’Brien Mountain and west of Interstate 5. The main goal of this project is to reduce the severity of future wildfires and provide added protection for communities
Booms to blooms: Planners OK Hayfork cannabis nursery, distribution facility
The site of a former fireworks manufacturing business, Boom Boom Productions in Hayfork, is in the process of converting to a large cannabis farm, wholesale nursery and distribution facility located between the Hayfork airport, county Fairgrounds and former lumbermill on land zoned for heavy industr
Fun for all at the Hayfork Christmas Festival and Light Parade
The 2018 holiday season got off to a wonderful start in Hayfork on Sunday, Dec. 2, with the Christmas Festival and Light Parade. Many thanks to all who participated and made it such a wonderful evening! Steve Imhof and friends for the stupendous Light Parade, The Hayfork Chamber of Commerce, Friends
Supes Set to Consider Large-Scale Zoning Changes
The Mad River Grange meeting hall in Blue Lake was packed with about 100 worried residents on the evening of Dec. 6 who intently watched three county planners explain proposed zoning changes in Glendale. The small, unincorporated community between Blue Lake and Fieldbrook along the Mad River, near w
Prezident Brown to perform in Hayfork
Prezident Brown (Fitz Cotterell) will play at Northern Delights Coffeehouse, 7091 Highway 3, Hayfork, this Friday night, Dec. 7. The artist Winstrong will open at 9 p.m. Tickets are $20 at the door.
Woman Medevacked After Being Struck by Vehicle
On December 2, 2018, at approximately 5:28 PM, Trina Amore (P#2) was walking across SR-3 to Wileys Market in Hayfork , just prior to the start of the Hayfork Christmas Parade. Abdul-Latif (P#1) from Houston Texas was traveling in his 2015 Nissan Altima, northbound on SR-3 at a stated speed of 30 mph
St. Helena General Plan hearing fails to draw a crowd
As the Planning Commission kicked off Tuesday’s public hearing on the long-anticipated General Plan, Chair Lester Hardy asked the obvious question: Why was the room almost empty?
Raid on Trinity County Property Today
About 1 p.m., a number of vehicles belonging to different government agencies congregated by the Douglas City Fire Department in Trinity County, according to several readers.