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

The inscription says, “Yours for Race and Country. Chas. Young. 22 Feby. 1919”
  This multi-part series was first published in The Kaweah Commonwealth in tribute to African-American History Month, beginning with the February 16, 1996, issue. * * * In 1903, Charles Young was...
Looking downstream from the North Fork Bridge at the Middle Fork of the Kaweah River on Wednesday, Feb. 13, at noon. (Click arrows for additional photo to see what a difference a day makes.)
  WEATHER WATCH (a weekly summary): It has been a chilly winter around these parts, and it’s not over yet. It doesn’t look as if the  high temperature will rise much above 50 degrees in the next...
A government shutdown isn't going to happen. But the story of wall-building on the U.S. southern border is ongoing.
  The White House announced Thursday Feb. 14, that President Trump will support a spending bill that includes a border security package reached by a bipartisan group of lawmakers, averting another...
Death Valley National Park has been enlarged, along with the protection of millions more acres, in bipartisan legislation passed by the U.S. House of Representatives.
  On Tuesday, Feb. 11, the U.S. Senate passed a bill that protects millions of acres of public lands and hundreds of miles of river, creates four new national monuments, restricts mining and...
Woody Smeck, superintendent of Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks
  When you’re adept at what you do and passionate about who you work for, sometimes your superiors call on you to help address problems elsewhere. Filling in where he was needed this time, Woody...
The cabins at Montecito Sequoia Lodge are buried in snow after recent winter storms.
  Recent winter storms across the Sierra Nevada brought heavy snowfall to Sequoia National Forest, resulting in over 120 visitors and staff snowbound at Montecito Sequoia Lodge. Sequoia National...
The inscription says, “Yours for Race and Country. Chas. Young. 22 Feby. 1919”
Looking downstream from the North Fork Bridge at the Middle Fork of the Kaweah River on Wednesday, Feb. 13, at noon. (Click arrows for additional photo to see what a difference a day makes.)
A government shutdown isn't going to happen. But the story of wall-building on the U.S. southern border is ongoing.
Death Valley National Park has been enlarged, along with the protection of millions more acres, in bipartisan legislation passed by the U.S. House of Representatives.
Woody Smeck, superintendent of Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks
The cabins at Montecito Sequoia Lodge are buried in snow after recent winter storms.
The inscription says, “Yours for Race and Country. Chas. Young. 22 Feby. 1919”

Charles Young: The Road to Sequoia

February 19, 2019 - 17:43
  This multi-part series was first published in The Kaweah Commonwealth in tribute to African-American History Month, beginning with the February 16, 1996, issue. * * * In 1903, Charles Young was military superintendent of Sequoia National Park and General Grant National Park (the predecessor to Kings Canyon National...
Looking downstream from the North Fork Bridge at the Middle Fork of the Kaweah River on Wednesday, Feb. 13, at noon. (Click arrows for additional photo to see what a difference a day makes.)

Atmospheric river brings rain and snow to Kaweah Country

February 19, 2019 - 17:10
  WEATHER WATCH (a weekly summary): It has been a chilly winter around these parts, and it’s not over yet. It doesn’t look as if the  high temperature will rise much above 50 degrees in the next seven days. This past week has had everything from clear to stormy, freezing to humid, rainbows and alpenglows to winds and...
A government shutdown isn't going to happen. But the story of wall-building on the U.S. southern border is ongoing.

Shutdown averted as President Trump expected to sign spending bill

February 19, 2019 - 16:55
  The White House announced Thursday Feb. 14, that President Trump will support a spending bill that includes a border security package reached by a bipartisan group of lawmakers, averting another partial government shutdown. That shutdown was scheduled to begin Saturday and most likely won’t happen, but the President...
Death Valley National Park has been enlarged, along with the protection of millions more acres, in bipartisan legislation passed by the U.S. House of Representatives.

Two California national parks enlarged

February 19, 2019 - 16:51
  On Tuesday, Feb. 11, the U.S. Senate passed a bill that protects millions of acres of public lands and hundreds of miles of river, creates four new national monuments, restricts mining and development around national parks while expanding other parks, and saves taxpayers $9 million, according to Congressional Budget...
Woody Smeck, superintendent of Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks

Sequoia-Kings Canyon superintendent completes Grand Canyon assignment

February 19, 2019 - 16:42
  When you’re adept at what you do and passionate about who you work for, sometimes your superiors call on you to help address problems elsewhere. Filling in where he was needed this time, Woody Smeck, superintendent of Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks, returns to Ash Mountain this coming Tuesday, Feb. 19,...

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