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Trinidad Tidings: Holiday cheer in the seaside village

Trinidad Tidings: Holiday cheer in the seaside village

The Greater Trinidad Chamber of Commerce invites the Trinidad community to the annual Trinidad Holiday Ball on Saturday, Dec. 8 from 6 to 10 p.m. at Trinidad Town Hall. The Val Leone Jazz Quartet will perform while you enjoy beverages from local breweries and wineries and catering by Brett Shuler Catering. There will be a

Trinidad Tidings: So much going on the seaside village

“Creating Calm and Well Being,” an Osher Lifelong Learning (OLLI) class, begin Feb. 21 at Trinidad Library and continues each Wednesday through March 14. Explore a few simple and fun mindfulness practices that create states of happiness and joy instead of worry. By combining breakthroughs in neuroscience, learn how you can use your mind and

Trinidad Tidings: Tour the lighthouse

Bureau of Land Management, Trinidad Museum and the Indian Community of the Trinidad Rancheria will open the 1871 Trinidad Head Lighthouse for visitors on Saturday, Jan. 6, from 10 a.m. to noon.  The grounds are open throughout the day but tours of the lighthouse itself are limited to the two-hour slot. Park at the trail

Trinidad Tidings: The spotlight is on Trinidad’s lighthouses

The Native Daughters of the Golden West will be guests of Trinidad Civic Club Thursday, Nov. 2. The California heritage organization has been involved in preservation of the state’s historic buildings and places for generations. Several chapters are coming to Trinidad to support the civic club’s efforts to preserve the Trinidad Memorial Lighthouse, which is

Trinidad Tidings: Busy busy busy in the seaside village

Shirley Laos, of Yurok, Karuk and Chetco descent,  will present “What Are Baskets Made From?” at the Trinidad Museum Sunday, Oct. 8 from 2 to 4 p.m. Shirley, a member of the Cher-Ae Heights Indian Community of the Trinidad Rancheria, will present a slideshow on materials used in traditional baskets and also demonstrate how fern,

BLM offers up burros, wild horses for adoption

Bureau of Land Management CRESCENT CITY, Calif. – The Bureau of Land Management will offer 11 burros and two gentled wild horses for public adoption from Saturday to Sunday, Aug. 26-27, at the Del Norte County Fairgrounds, 421 U.S. Route 101, Crescent City. Adopters can select from six male (Jack) burros and five female (Jennies)

Mad River Current for Tuesday, Aug 1: Heat warning, permitting a grow, pulling weeds & tearing down a barn

It’s going to be hot, hot, hot! The National Weather Service has  issued an excessive heat warning for inland Humboldt County, where temperatures could get as high as 110 degrees today. This is ideal if you are a grow-bro who likes to fry eggs on the dashboard of your big diesel truck. It’s hellish if

Vital coast prairies in growing jeopardy

Paul Mann Mad River Union MCKINLEYVILLE — The North Coast’s ecologically essential grasslands are continuing to shrink at a rapid rate that requires a new fire management strategy, scientists say. In the 64 years between 1941 and 2005 coastal grasslands shrank by 32-40 percent, a loss of some 1,630 acres, according to the Arcata field

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