Weekly newspaper of Three Rivers, California, and Sequoia-Kings Canyon National Parks

An overview of the terrain that will be encompassed by the "Mosquito Prescribed Burn." (The Park Service has recently changed its terminology, choosing to call their fire-management projects "Prescribed Burns" instead of what were formerly "Prescribed Fires.")
  The Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park Fire Management Program will be conducting a prescribed burn beginning on Monday, October 20, 2014, weather and air quality conditions permitting. The 1,...
Flood waters rage past The Gateway Restaurant's outdoor dining deck on October 14, 2009. In contrast, on October 14, 2014, the Kaweah River's water level was barely trickling at 15 cfs.
  Another chance of rain for Tuesday, Oct. 21, was recently removed from the forecast. That system, previously predicting a 40 percent chance of rain for Three Rivers, is now showing in the 10-day...
John Reifenberg, D.C., specializes in holistic medicine. He will be at Family HealthCare Network in Three Rivers each Monday.
  Carolina Quezada, M.D., who provides medical services to Three Rivers a couple of days a month, has been named medical director of Family HealthCare Network.  After her residency as an National...
Heed the warning.
  Hector Hernandez, 26, of Porterville was injured in a solo motorcycle accident that occurred on Saturday, Oct. 11, about 5 p.m. on Highway 198 near Pierce Drive. A witness at the scene called 911,...
A National Weather Service graphic that shows precipitation nearly everywhere in view except for Central and Southern California and the desert Southwest. (Click on arrows to scroll through additional images.)
  A storm cell blew quickly through the interior of California on Tuesday, Oct. 14, and didn’t deliver any rain below about the San Francisco Bay Area, but its wind stirred up fallow fields, totally...
A highlight of the masquerade Raven Dinner. Disclaimer: No ravens died in the making of this cocktail, but a few bottles of rum did. (Click on arrows to scroll through additional Raven Festival photos.)
  The Raven Festival is a new tradition in Three Rivers. Started by the 1st Saturday artists' organizing committee, the Festival was founded in October 2013 as a way to celebrate fall with weekly...
An overview of the terrain that will be encompassed by the "Mosquito Prescribed Burn." (The Park Service has recently changed its terminology, choosing to call their fire-management projects "Prescribed Burns" instead of what were formerly "Prescribed Fires.")
Flood waters rage past The Gateway Restaurant's outdoor dining deck on October 14, 2009. In contrast, on October 14, 2014, the Kaweah River's water level was barely trickling at 15 cfs.
John Reifenberg, D.C., specializes in holistic medicine. He will be at Family HealthCare Network in Three Rivers each Monday.
Heed the warning.
A National Weather Service graphic that shows precipitation nearly everywhere in view except for Central and Southern California and the desert Southwest. (Click on arrows to scroll through additional images.)
A highlight of the masquerade Raven Dinner. Disclaimer: No ravens died in the making of this cocktail, but a few bottles of rum did. (Click on arrows to scroll through additional Raven Festival photos.)
An overview of the terrain that will be encompassed by the "Mosquito Prescribed Burn." (The Park Service has recently changed its terminology, choosing to call their fire-management projects "Prescribed Burns" instead of what were formerly "Prescribed Fires.")

Mineral King prescribed fire planned for next week

October 17, 2014 - 13:52
  The Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park Fire Management Program will be conducting a prescribed burn beginning on Monday, October 20, 2014, weather and air quality conditions permitting. The 1,485-acre burn is located in Sequoia National Park, south of the East Fork of the Kaweah River, bordered by Mosquito Creek...
Flood waters rage past The Gateway Restaurant's outdoor dining deck on October 14, 2009. In contrast, on October 14, 2014, the Kaweah River's water level was barely trickling at 15 cfs.

Temperatures cool but no rain in sight

October 17, 2014 - 13:34
  Another chance of rain for Tuesday, Oct. 21, was recently removed from the forecast. That system, previously predicting a 40 percent chance of rain for Three Rivers, is now showing in the 10-day forecast as 0 percent. The latest weather-maker once headed this way has turned more toward the northwest. Central Oregon...
John Reifenberg, D.C., specializes in holistic medicine. He will be at Family HealthCare Network in Three Rivers each Monday.

New medical director appointed to FHCN

October 17, 2014 - 13:27
  Carolina Quezada, M.D., who provides medical services to Three Rivers a couple of days a month, has been named medical director of Family HealthCare Network.  After her residency as an National Health Service Corps scholar with a focus on internal medicine and pediatrics, she completed the program at the Family...
Heed the warning.

Motorcyclist arrested for DUI

October 17, 2014 - 13:17
  Hector Hernandez, 26, of Porterville was injured in a solo motorcycle accident that occurred on Saturday, Oct. 11, about 5 p.m. on Highway 198 near Pierce Drive. A witness at the scene called 911, and Tulare County fire personnel responded to the scene within a few minutes. Upon arrival, the emergency responders...
A National Weather Service graphic that shows precipitation nearly everywhere in view except for Central and Southern California and the desert Southwest. (Click on arrows to scroll through additional images.)

WEATHER WATCH: OCTOBER 17, 2014

October 17, 2014 - 13:10
  A storm cell blew quickly through the interior of California on Tuesday, Oct. 14, and didn’t deliver any rain below about the San Francisco Bay Area, but its wind stirred up fallow fields, totally inundating the west side of the San Joaquin Valley with dust, impacting drivers on Interstate 5 and Highway 46. A recent...

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