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

The original High Sierra Jazz Band in 1976 included (back, from left to right) Al Smith, Stan Huddleston, Bruce Huddleston, Earl McKee, and (front, l-r) Charlie Castro and Vic Kimzey. (Click arrows for additional photos)
        SEE FAREWELL TOUR SCHEDULE AT THE END OF THIS ARTICLE    On the eve of their 42nd anniversary, the inevitable has happened. This week, High Sierra Jazz Band, Three Rivers’s longest running...
Looking through the smashed-out passenger-side window of a 2017 Ford Transit Connect in the aftermath of a September 10 break-in. Several empty cases were left behind that prior to the heist contained surveying equipment.
  There’s a good chance the thief (or thieves) had no idea what they were stealing. It looked digital and expensive so it must be easy to sell and worth plenty.    But in the case of the break-in to...
Tucked away beneath a canopy of native manzanita is a recently raided marijuana grow site and all its associated trash, toxins, and water-diversion equipment. (Click arrows for additional photos.)
  Legalization of cannabis in several states, including California, has already affected consumer markets but unfortunately there is still incentive to grow illicit marijuana on public lands to sell...
  At the regular monthly meeting of the Tulare County Planning Commission on Wednesday, Sept. 12, Michael Washam, associate director of the Resource Management Agency, told commissioners that an...
This time of year, it is common for deer to unexpectedly dart onto a roadway. Drive defensively, slow down, and don't be distracted to lower the odds of a wildlife vs. vehicle collision.
  So far this month, a bear cub, a fawn, and a doe have been killed on Highway 198, all in a two-mile stretch between Three Rivers Mercantile and Sierra Lodge. Add to these wild animals on the move...
Left to right: Kevin Riggi, battalion chief; Robb Hubbard, lieutenant; Steve Mayfield, firefighter; Dody Marshall; John Hanggi, engineer; Cole Frazier, firefighter; Jason Hawes, engineer; Charlie Norman, Tulare County fire chief.
  July’s community Hot Dog Festival netted $3,500 for the Three Rivers Historical Society and Station 14-Three Rivers of the Tulare County Fire Department. In this photo, Dody Marshall, TRHS...
The original High Sierra Jazz Band in 1976 included (back, from left to right) Al Smith, Stan Huddleston, Bruce Huddleston, Earl McKee, and (front, l-r) Charlie Castro and Vic Kimzey. (Click arrows for additional photos)
Looking through the smashed-out passenger-side window of a 2017 Ford Transit Connect in the aftermath of a September 10 break-in. Several empty cases were left behind that prior to the heist contained surveying equipment.
Tucked away beneath a canopy of native manzanita is a recently raided marijuana grow site and all its associated trash, toxins, and water-diversion equipment. (Click arrows for additional photos.)
This time of year, it is common for deer to unexpectedly dart onto a roadway. Drive defensively, slow down, and don't be distracted to lower the odds of a wildlife vs. vehicle collision.
Left to right: Kevin Riggi, battalion chief; Robb Hubbard, lieutenant; Steve Mayfield, firefighter; Dody Marshall; John Hanggi, engineer; Cole Frazier, firefighter; Jason Hawes, engineer; Charlie Norman, Tulare County fire chief.
The original High Sierra Jazz Band in 1976 included (back, from left to right) Al Smith, Stan Huddleston, Bruce Huddleston, Earl McKee, and (front, l-r) Charlie Castro and Vic Kimzey. (Click arrows for additional photos)

High Sierra Jazz Band to play swan song in April 2019

September 17, 2018 - 19:50
        SEE FAREWELL TOUR SCHEDULE AT THE END OF THIS ARTICLE    On the eve of their 42nd anniversary, the inevitable has happened. This week, High Sierra Jazz Band, Three Rivers’s longest running and most loved and well-known band, announced they are retiring after Jazzaffair 2019. This means effective after the...
Looking through the smashed-out passenger-side window of a 2017 Ford Transit Connect in the aftermath of a September 10 break-in. Several empty cases were left behind that prior to the heist contained surveying equipment.

Vehicle break-in occurs behind Village Shopping Center

September 17, 2018 - 19:18
  There’s a good chance the thief (or thieves) had no idea what they were stealing. It looked digital and expensive so it must be easy to sell and worth plenty.    But in the case of the break-in to a vehicle that occurred at 4:30 a.m. on Monday, Sept. 10, in the parking area behind Casa Mendoza restaurant in Three...
Tucked away beneath a canopy of native manzanita is a recently raided marijuana grow site and all its associated trash, toxins, and water-diversion equipment. (Click arrows for additional photos.)

Marijuana grow site raided in Sequoia National Park

September 17, 2018 - 19:13
  Legalization of cannabis in several states, including California, has already affected consumer markets but unfortunately there is still incentive to grow illicit marijuana on public lands to sell on the so-called black market. On Wednesday, Sept. 5, a law enforcement task force composed of National Park Service...

County moves forward on short-term rentals ordinance

September 17, 2018 - 17:44
  At the regular monthly meeting of the Tulare County Planning Commission on Wednesday, Sept. 12, Michael Washam, associate director of the Resource Management Agency, told commissioners that an administrative ordinance regulating the operation of short-term or vacation rentals could go out for public review in late...
This time of year, it is common for deer to unexpectedly dart onto a roadway. Drive defensively, slow down, and don't be distracted to lower the odds of a wildlife vs. vehicle collision.

Watch out for wildlife on the roadways

September 17, 2018 - 17:22
  So far this month, a bear cub, a fawn, and a doe have been killed on Highway 198, all in a two-mile stretch between Three Rivers Mercantile and Sierra Lodge. Add to these wild animals on the move an escalation of speeding motorists that are passing vehicles in the business district, ignoring the double yellow lines...

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