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

Amanda Renteria at Woodlake High School’s Career Day in October 2014. (Click arrow for additional photo.)
  At least a dozen Republicans and a handful of Democrats have expressed an interest in running for their party’s 2016 presidential nomination. On the Republican side, three have officially announced...
GIVING THE BOOT: Wadaba and his wife, Keio Ogawa, OF THREE RIVERS with 47 pairs of boots that were donated to Wadaba’s native village of Oroko, Guinea. Currently, several hundred dollars are needed to deliver the lifesaving care package to Africa.
  Sometimes it takes a village to help a village. This recent story of Three Rivers helping the less fortunate began when Carol Berryhill of Three Rivers noticed a pair of unworn size 11 muck boots...
The food pantry storage center that has been the target of two break-ins since November is on the west end of the Three Rivers Arts Center building.
  It’s only been five months since the last burglary at the Three Rivers Bread Basket, During that heist, thieves stole Thanksgiving dinners right off the tables of local folks who may otherwise have...
The up-canyon draft in the Lake Kaweah basin last Saturday proved to be ideal kite-flying weather, and these kite navigators took advantage of the opportunity.
  Historically, April 1 is the peak snowpack. And that’s the time when whitewater rafters converge on Three Rivers and other rivers around the west to enjoy the seasonal thrill ride. But this year,...
The top runners at this year's Roundup for Hunger 5K Race.
  Each spring for the past seven years, the Kiwanis of Woodlake have sponsored the Roundup Against Hunger 5K Run and 2-Mile Walk. The event is held at Bravo Lake in Woodlake where a flat, mostly dirt...
Biologists releasing the relocated bighorn sheep. (Click arrows to see additional photos.)
  It was the second operation in a year that reintroduced a couple herds of endangered bighorn sheep to a location in Sequoia National Park. This time, the effort also relocated sheep to Yosemite. ...
Amanda Renteria at Woodlake High School’s Career Day in October 2014. (Click arrow for additional photo.)
GIVING THE BOOT: Wadaba and his wife, Keio Ogawa, OF THREE RIVERS with 47 pairs of boots that were donated to Wadaba’s native village of Oroko, Guinea. Currently, several hundred dollars are needed to deliver the lifesaving care package to Africa.
The food pantry storage center that has been the target of two break-ins since November is on the west end of the Three Rivers Arts Center building.
The up-canyon draft in the Lake Kaweah basin last Saturday proved to be ideal kite-flying weather, and these kite navigators took advantage of the opportunity.
The top runners at this year's Roundup for Hunger 5K Race.
Biologists releasing the relocated bighorn sheep. (Click arrows to see additional photos.)
Amanda Renteria at Woodlake High School’s Career Day in October 2014. (Click arrow for additional photo.)

Clinton's political director is WHS alum

April 19, 2015 - 13:06
  At least a dozen Republicans and a handful of Democrats have expressed an interest in running for their party’s 2016 presidential nomination. On the Republican side, three have officially announced their candidacies, and all three are current U.S. Senators: Ted Cruz, Rand Paul, and Marco Rubio. On behalf of...
GIVING THE BOOT: Wadaba and his wife, Keio Ogawa, OF THREE RIVERS with 47 pairs of boots that were donated to Wadaba’s native village of Oroko, Guinea. Currently, several hundred dollars are needed to deliver the lifesaving care package to Africa.

Boots bound for Africa

April 19, 2015 - 13:00
  Sometimes it takes a village to help a village. This recent story of Three Rivers helping the less fortunate began when Carol Berryhill of Three Rivers noticed a pair of unworn size 11 muck boots in her daughter’s closet. There must be someone who could use a perfectly good pair of boots in Three Rivers, Carol...
The food pantry storage center that has been the target of two break-ins since November is on the west end of the Three Rivers Arts Center building.

Local food pantry burglarized... again

April 19, 2015 - 12:54
  It’s only been five months since the last burglary at the Three Rivers Bread Basket, During that heist, thieves stole Thanksgiving dinners right off the tables of local folks who may otherwise have had none.  In this most recent theft, the losses were less, but still heartbreaking and annoying. Elizabeth LaMar, a...
The up-canyon draft in the Lake Kaweah basin last Saturday proved to be ideal kite-flying weather, and these kite navigators took advantage of the opportunity.

WEATHER WATCH: APRIL 17, 2015

April 19, 2015 - 12:47
  Historically, April 1 is the peak snowpack. And that’s the time when whitewater rafters converge on Three Rivers and other rivers around the west to enjoy the seasonal thrill ride. But this year, whitewater trips will be as nonexistent as the white water itself.  Rain is forecast for later in the week. That much-...
The top runners at this year's Roundup for Hunger 5K Race.

Running circles around

April 19, 2015 - 12:43
  Each spring for the past seven years, the Kiwanis of Woodlake have sponsored the Roundup Against Hunger 5K Run and 2-Mile Walk. The event is held at Bravo Lake in Woodlake where a flat, mostly dirt course encompasses the lake for over three miles. The run is held the second Saturday in April. This year, the top...

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