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

WINTER REFLECTIONS: On Wednesday, Feb. 15, Lake Kaweah visitors enjoyed the calm before the storm.as the prefrontal band of clouds moved in toward the Sierra.
  As if it wasn’t wet enough already this year, new NOAA projection models are showing at least a 60 percent chance that another El Nino will develop before the year is out. California could be...
This riverfront property was formerly Barby's antique and curios shop. It is now for sale.
  Chump’s DVDs has closed and now gone the way of most videos stores in an industry where streaming movies and content is the new normal. The management company is now readying the property for...
WATER PARK:  Sequoia for Youth students from Woodlake celebrate the finish of a relay race in which the students experienced how water flow increases as it travels downstream. (Click arrows for additional photo.)
  CAMP ZAP KICKS OF 2017 SEASON   Camp Zap in Lemon Cove has been hosting local youth since 1999. And during the weekend of February 4-5, more than 100 kids in third through fifth grades were on-site...
The North Fork of the Kaweah River at the Airport Bridge on Kaweah River Drive at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 7. (Click arrows for additional photos.)
  After four years of drought followed by a mediocre El Nino last year that dried out all too quickly, weather watchers were perplexed as to what might happen in 2016-2017. With a little more than...
DOG DAYS: Jeff and Holly Webb in Yosemite with their Greater Swiss Mountain Dogs, Nexpa (right) and Echo (left). Nexpa will be competing in the Best of Breed Competition at the renowned 
Westminster dog show in New York City. (Click arrows for additional photos.)
  A talented Three Rivers canine will be among more than 3,000 dogs competing in the events of Westminster Week in New York City. Nexpa resides in Three Rivers with her pet parents, Holly and Jeff...
The Totem Market, located one mile from the entrance to Sequoia National Park, was broken into on February 6.
  Breaking into and entering homes and businesses is an all too common occurrence. In the U.S., two million homes, or one every 13 seconds, are burglarized each year. One-third of all burglaries are...
WINTER REFLECTIONS: On Wednesday, Feb. 15, Lake Kaweah visitors enjoyed the calm before the storm.as the prefrontal band of clouds moved in toward the Sierra.
This riverfront property was formerly Barby's antique and curios shop. It is now for sale.
WATER PARK:  Sequoia for Youth students from Woodlake celebrate the finish of a relay race in which the students experienced how water flow increases as it travels downstream. (Click arrows for additional photo.)
The North Fork of the Kaweah River at the Airport Bridge on Kaweah River Drive at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 7. (Click arrows for additional photos.)
DOG DAYS: Jeff and Holly Webb in Yosemite with their Greater Swiss Mountain Dogs, Nexpa (right) and Echo (left). Nexpa will be competing in the Best of Breed Competition at the renowned 
Westminster dog show in New York City. (Click arrows for additional photos.)
The Totem Market, located one mile from the entrance to Sequoia National Park, was broken into on February 6.
WINTER REFLECTIONS: On Wednesday, Feb. 15, Lake Kaweah visitors enjoyed the calm before the storm.as the prefrontal band of clouds moved in toward the Sierra.

WEATHER WATCH

February 21, 2017 - 19:41
  As if it wasn’t wet enough already this year, new NOAA projection models are showing at least a 60 percent chance that another El Nino will develop before the year is out. California could be feeling the effects as early as July 2017.    Ocean surface temperatures, which were slightly cooler in the current La Nina,...
This riverfront property was formerly Barby's antique and curios shop. It is now for sale.

Business as usual

February 21, 2017 - 19:33
  Chump’s DVDs has closed and now gone the way of most videos stores in an industry where streaming movies and content is the new normal. The management company is now readying the property for whomever or whatever comes next at the riverfront business where zoning from the past still allows living quarters.    The...
WATER PARK:  Sequoia for Youth students from Woodlake celebrate the finish of a relay race in which the students experienced how water flow increases as it travels downstream. (Click arrows for additional photo.)

Youth-focused programs take students outside

February 21, 2017 - 19:21
  CAMP ZAP KICKS OF 2017 SEASON   Camp Zap in Lemon Cove has been hosting local youth since 1999. And during the weekend of February 4-5, more than 100 kids in third through fifth grades were on-site to experience camping and ranch life for a weekend of nature, speakers, competition, and camaradarie.   The camp was...
The North Fork of the Kaweah River at the Airport Bridge on Kaweah River Drive at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 7. (Click arrows for additional photos.)

More storms taking aim at West Coast

February 13, 2017 - 18:38
  After four years of drought followed by a mediocre El Nino last year that dried out all too quickly, weather watchers were perplexed as to what might happen in 2016-2017. With a little more than six weeks left before the April 1 benchmark, the current season is lining up as a record-setting drought-buster.    The...
DOG DAYS: Jeff and Holly Webb in Yosemite with their Greater Swiss Mountain Dogs, Nexpa (right) and Echo (left). Nexpa will be competing in the Best of Breed Competition at the renowned 
Westminster dog show in New York City. (Click arrows for additional photos.)

Three Rivers is represented at Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show

February 13, 2017 - 16:34
  A talented Three Rivers canine will be among more than 3,000 dogs competing in the events of Westminster Week in New York City. Nexpa resides in Three Rivers with her pet parents, Holly and Jeff Webb.    The highlight of this week of celebrating dogs is the 141st Annual Westminster Kennel Club All Breed Dog Show,...

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