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

Allen Ishida, District 1 supervisor for Tulare County and 2018 gubernatorial candidate.
  He’s a farmer, an ex-state agency official, an experienced politician, and a three-term county supervisor, so why not? On Friday, May 15, Supervisor Allen Ishida, officially filed to be among what’...
The Marble Fork canyon is steep and rugged. This is the second rescue in the vicinity this year.
  Emergency personnel responded to a call for help at 7:15 p.m. on Wednesday, May 13, near Potwisha Campground in the foothills of Sequoia National Park. The incident began when an 18-year-old Fresno...
See this year's blooming dogwood display in the Giant Forest area of Sequoia National Park, less than an hour’s drive from Three Rivers. Don’t delay because it never lasts long. (Click arrows to see additional photo.)
  Wells in the Central Valley are running dry. After four years of below-average precipitation, water-storage reservoirs are low and surface-water allocations have been slashed. Groundwater pumping...
A RECIPE FOR ART: A display of handcrafted and locally created items, just a taste of what is available at the new Main Fork.
  A new art gallery and gift shop is opening this Saturday, May 16, in Three Rivers, and it will display a youthful exuberance for art with a dash of different. That is according to proprietor Monica...
  Criminologists estimate that drugs, including alcohol, are a factor in nearly 75 percent of all crimes. This number is often higher in rural areas where there is a lack of law enforcement. But the...
The faces of the Three Rivers Music Festival. (Bottom right photo taken by Greg Ruhe.)    Click arrows for additional photos.
  Held for the fourth year on Saturday, May 9, this day-long extravaganza of live music, food, beverages, art, and distractions for the kids is a major fundraiser for the benevolent Emergency Aid...
Allen Ishida, District 1 supervisor for Tulare County and 2018 gubernatorial candidate.
The Marble Fork canyon is steep and rugged. This is the second rescue in the vicinity this year.
See this year's blooming dogwood display in the Giant Forest area of Sequoia National Park, less than an hour’s drive from Three Rivers. Don’t delay because it never lasts long. (Click arrows to see additional photo.)
A RECIPE FOR ART: A display of handcrafted and locally created items, just a taste of what is available at the new Main Fork.
The faces of the Three Rivers Music Festival. (Bottom right photo taken by Greg Ruhe.)    Click arrows for additional photos.
Allen Ishida, District 1 supervisor for Tulare County and 2018 gubernatorial candidate.

Three Rivers supervisor enters race for governor

May 18, 2015 - 15:37
  He’s a farmer, an ex-state agency official, an experienced politician, and a three-term county supervisor, so why not? On Friday, May 15, Supervisor Allen Ishida, officially filed to be among what’s expected to be a large field of gubernatorial candidates in the 2018 race for California’s top executive office. ...
The Marble Fork canyon is steep and rugged. This is the second rescue in the vicinity this year.

Hiker rescued at Potwisha

May 18, 2015 - 15:35
  Emergency personnel responded to a call for help at 7:15 p.m. on Wednesday, May 13, near Potwisha Campground in the foothills of Sequoia National Park. The incident began when an 18-year-old Fresno man, who was rock-hopping along the Marble Fork of the Kaweah River near Potwisha, slipped on a rock, and went over a...
See this year's blooming dogwood display in the Giant Forest area of Sequoia National Park, less than an hour’s drive from Three Rivers. Don’t delay because it never lasts long. (Click arrows to see additional photo.)

WEATHER WATCH: MAY 15, 2015

May 18, 2015 - 15:24
  Wells in the Central Valley are running dry. After four years of below-average precipitation, water-storage reservoirs are low and surface-water allocations have been slashed. Groundwater pumping is unsustainable as escalating well failures demonstrate (1,210 in Tulare County as of May 12, up an additional 22 from...
A RECIPE FOR ART: A display of handcrafted and locally created items, just a taste of what is available at the new Main Fork.

New Three Rivers gallery opens

May 18, 2015 - 15:16
  A new art gallery and gift shop is opening this Saturday, May 16, in Three Rivers, and it will display a youthful exuberance for art with a dash of different. That is according to proprietor Monica Rodriguez of Three Rivers, who is opening her gallery and gift shop, called Main Fork, in a part of the former digs of...

Additional drug-related arrests occur in Three Rivers

May 18, 2015 - 15:12
  Criminologists estimate that drugs, including alcohol, are a factor in nearly 75 percent of all crimes. This number is often higher in rural areas where there is a lack of law enforcement. But the Tulare County Sheriff’s Department is changing that criminal culture. This past week, five more arrests were made in and...

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