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Yurok Tribe: Trinidad Memorial Lighthouse move premature

Yurok Tribe: Trinidad Memorial Lighthouse move premature

Yurok Tribe TRINIDAD – The Yurok Tribe is deeply disappointed with a premature decision to move the Trinidad Memorial Lighthouse, prior to the completion of a formal consultation process between interested parties. “To move the memorial in the midst of the consultation process, under the guise of an ‘emergency,’ is disgraceful and disrespectful,” said Rosie

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: Commemorations

The significance of Trinidad Memorial Lighthouse; the point of view of this columnist: A Trinidad city councilman strolled down to the Memorial Lighthouse recently to ponder the fate of this inspirational place and to take in the magnificent bay view with its bobbing boats, windy skies and rugged sea stacks, so beautiful to observe and

Trinidad Town, Harbor, and Landscape

‘TRINIDAD LIGHTHOUSE’ AND MORE Paul Rickard presents a new set of watercolor paintings on the theme of “Trinidad Town, Harbor, and Landscape” through September at the Trinidad Coastal Land Trust’s Simmons Gallery, 380 Janis Ct. in Trinidad, with an opening reception Friday, Sept. 4 from 6 to 9 p.m. as a part of Trinidad Art

Panel revisits Trinidad lighthouse options

Paul Mann Mad River Union TRINIDAD – A preservation committee is considering whether it might be possible to stabilize the Trinidad Memorial Lighthouse where it is instead of moving it. Nothing has been decided, but driving pilings underneath the erosion-threatened structure might turn out to be the cheaper and preferable alternative, because funding prospects are

Mad River Current for Thursday, Aug. 10: Drizzle, commissioner removed, Hammond Trail Stewards and butt-tat drama

Thunder and drizzle   Boom! It’s a thunderous morning here on the coast, and probably more so in the hills. And there drizzle. This should continue until about 11 a.m., according to the National Weather Service. By the afternoon, it should be partly sunny.   ‘Do you know who I am?’; Trinidad Council removes commissioner

Mad River Current for Wednesday, Aug. 9: Gloomy weather, pie dispute in Trinidad & a cannabis celebration in Arcata

Grey skies are gonna clear up, put on a…. Wait. Hold that happy face for a moment. We have conflicting reports from the National Weather Service regarding this blanket of grayness that we’re under. The seven-day forecast for Arcata says there will be fog before 11 a.m., then clouds and then it will gradually become

Mad River Current for Thursday, July 27: Racism acknowledged, lighthouse to be moved

McKMAC to discuss racism Weirdness abounds. The McKinleyville Municipal Advisory Committee wasn’t scheduled to discuss racism last night. Rather, it was scheduled to discuss whether to discuss racism at a future meeting. Committee Chair Ben Shepherd didn’t think that the topic of racism fell under the county advisory committee’s purview, but the public disagreed and

Patti Fleschner: Save the Trinidad Memorial Lighthouse

At this blessed time of year, when peace on earth, good will toward all humans, and well wishing expressions are exchanged, the 104-year-old community service organization, Trinidad Civic Club, finds itself in a push-me-pull-you situation reminiscent of Dr. Dolittle’s tale. The future of the tiny piece of land, 45 by 50 feet, on which the

Rental owners file claim against city

Patrick Evans Mad River Union TRINIDAD – Vacation rental owners filed two damage claims for tens of thousands of dollars against the City of Trinidad Wednesday, Sept. 14. The claimants, owner of Redwood Coast Vacation Rentals Mike Reinman and home owners Michael and Gail Covney, accuse the seaside village of unlawfully prohibiting them from operating

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