Tag Archives: Cher-ae Heights Indian Community of the Trinidad Rancheria

Garth Sundberg: History repeats as organized racism thwarts Trinidad Racheria’s vision

Garth Sundberg: History repeats as organized racism thwarts Trinidad Racheria’s vision

Today our message to the City of Trinidad, HARP, Steve Madrone and others who have made it your mission to stop the Tribe’s development is: educate yourselves, understand that your biases, your prejudice, and your discrimination is just as bad as what happened over two hundred years ago, and what is happening in our nation today. We are committed to our Vision and our pathway forward for future generations. It is our sovereign right.

Trinidad Rancheria makes McKinleyville pipeline plea

Jack Durham Mad River Union MCKINLEYVILLE – A proposal by the Trinidad Rancheria to connect to McKinleyville’s water system received a mostly chilly reception from the public during a meeting last week of the Humboldt Bay Municipal Water District (HBMWD) Board of Directors. A majority of more than three dozen written comments submitted to the

Trinidad Tidings: Memorial ceremony, music and more

Trinidad Civic Club will hold its 24th Annual Memorial Lighthouse Ceremony on Sunday, May 26 at 2 p.m. outdoors at the former Memorial Lighthouse site at Edwards and Trinity Street. The ceremony honors those who have been lost or buried at sea and whose names, many of whom are military service veterans, are engraved on

Trinidad Tidings: Outdoor art, outreach event and more in the seaside village

Trinidad School board member and parent Rose Adams will accompany Stephanie Strasser’s third-grade class to the Howland Hill Outdoor School in Redwood National Park in April. The camping expedition includes historical narratives with rangers dressed as local historical figures and environmental education as well.  Rose reports that “Trinidad School goes above and beyond on field

Trinidad Tidings: Lions and rentals and lights

“Freedom of the Press, What Does It Mean?” was the topic for the annual Trinidad Lions Club Student Speakers Contest held last week.   Four students from three local high  schools competed before a Trinidad Town Hall audience. Isabelle Ely from North Coast Preparatory Academy (NPA) won the contest in the first of five more

Trinidad Tidings: Beauty, art and advocacy

The Humboldt Alliance for Responsible Planning (H.A.R.P.), a citizens group interested in fostering citizen involvement in communities countywide on proposed land developments, invites the community to a public information meeting on Thursday, Sept. 27 from 6 to 9 p.m. at Trinidad Town Hall. The principal topic of discussion will be the Cher-ae Heights Indian Community

Trinidad Tidings: Mystery, music and marine life

Cal Fire, Trinidad Volunteer Fire Department, Westhaven Volunteer Fire Department and several out of area fire departments responded to an emergency fire on a bluff off Scenic Drive in the middle of the night on Sept. 5. The professionals and volunteers worked for several hours to douse the fast-spreading fire up the bluff about a

Trinidad Tidings: Art, music, dinner and continued cell service

The Trinidad School Library and first grade class will hold a Tri-tip Dinner on Friday, May 4 from 5 to 7:30 p.m. at Trinidad School during the first Trinidad Art Night of the season. All of the community is invited to enjoy the meal. Each dinner ticket is $10 and includes Tri-tip, baked potato, baked

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