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Trinidad Tidings: Fishing fleet, council protest crab closure

Trinidad Tidings: Fishing fleet, council protest crab closure

The Trinidad City Council unanimously approved Resolution 2019-08 “In Support of the Local Dungeness Crab Fishing Industry” at last week’s council meeting.  Most of the 17 commercial crab fishermen and their crews were in attendance to voice dismay at the “abrupt closure of crab fishing” mid-season because of concerns over whales and turtles potentially being

Trinidad Tidings: History and art celebrated in Trinidad

“Rocking the Boat: John Muir’s Travels in Southeast Alaska,” with Michael Turek is set for Wednesday, April 17 from 2 to 4 p.m. at Trinidad Library. It’s an HSU OLLI class on John Muir’s 1879 Alaska journey during which he had his first prolonged contact with Indians and a life changing voyage in a Tlingit

Trinidad Tidings: Seaside village welcomes new manager, gets hotel update

Eli Naffah of Crescent City is Trinidad’s new city manager. He was introduced to a large gathering of Trinidad residents by Mayor Steve Ladwig at last week’s Trinidad City Council meeting. Eli Naffah has a background in economic development from 13 years of working in La Mirada, Montebello, Huntington Beach and Antioch.  He also helped

Trinidad Tidings: Self-betterment, St. Pat’s and Scholarships, plus jazz and films

“Gauguin at the de Young,” “Lightening Your Life Spiritually and Emotionally,” and “Trinidad Seabirds” are March OLLI (Osher Life Long Learning) classes in Trinidad.  Julie Alderson, art historian, will lead “Gauguin at the de Young” on Friday, March 15 from 1 to 3:30 p.m. at Trinidad Library. The workshop will be held in conjunction with

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: A Valentine celebration the seaside village way

“An Elegant Celebration: Landscapes & Songs of Love” will take place on Valentine’s Day, Feb. 14 in Trinidad Town Hall from 6 to 9 p.m. It’s an evening of live music and art presented by the Trinidad Civic Club as a benefit for the Memorial Lighthouse relocation fund. Hearty appetizers and desserts will be served,

Trinidad Tidings: Thanks Dan!

Outgoing City Manager Dan Berman was honored at last week’s Trinidad City Council meeting with cake and coffee and well wishes from Trinidad Civic Club and the community. The council is actively screening applications for the job, however, it was decided that the council would hire Dan as an independent contractor, working about 15 hours

Trinidad Tidings: recognizing veterans and volunteers

‘A Vicarious Trip to Iceland’ Marilyn Tucker will be guest speaker at the Thursday, Jan. 3 Trinidad Civic Club meeting. She’ll present “A Vicarious Trip to Iceland” starting at 11:30 a.m.  Members and guests are invited to come to Club Room, Town Hall at 9:30 a.m. to socialize followed by a 10 a.m. business meeting

Trinidad Tidings: Leadership changes in the seaside village

Trinidad’s last City Council meeting of 2018 last week brought many changes to City leadership. Councilman Steve Ladwig was selected mayor and Councilman Jack West was chosen as mayor pro tempore. Newly sworn-in council members Jim Baker, Dwight Miller and Tom Davies were seated at the Council table.  Trinidad Planning Commissioner John Graves remains in

Trinidad Tidings: Club busting out the nice dishes and cutlery

Trinidad Civic Club’s past and current presidents will be honored at the Club’s annual Christmas Tea on Thursday, Dec. 6 in the Club Room, Town Hall. Socializing starts at 9:30 a.m. followed by a short business meeting with Co-Presidents Dana Hope and Jan West presiding, and then pianist Jackie Hogan and program chairman Penne O’Gara

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