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

  At its regular meeting Wednesday, Oct. 3, the Three Rivers Union School board  of trustees moved decisively to fill two upcoming vacancies. Since no candidates filed to officially run for the...
The high country in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks awaits the winter snows. At the end of September, all wilderness rangers closed up their stations and headed to the front country as Summer 2018 came to a close.
  WEATHER WATCH: Well, that little bout of fall weather last week has been bullied away by a ridge of high pressure that will let a little taste of summer creep back in. There is no precipitation in...
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  Woodlake High School’s cross country team held its annual invitational meet at Lake Kaweah on Saturday, Oct. 6, fielding varsity teams from Lindsay, Porterville, Yosemite (Oakhurst), Woodlake, and...
  In photo: Captain Tim Scoville, Tulare County Fire Department, serves Nadine Steel of Three Rivers her “Drive-thru BBQ” meal on Saturday, Oct. 6, a fundraiser for the Three Rivers Historical...
Alize Gonzales’s first-place Raven and other seventh-grade art. (Click arrows for additional photo.)
  On display during the 1st Saturday birthday commemoration in McDowall Auditorium at Three Rivers Union School on October 6 were works of art by students. Judges Nikki Crain, Earl Thompson, and...
WEATHER PERMITTING: A dramatic and vibrant double rainbow on Tuesday morning was seen from the upper Kaweah canyon, such as this view from the Sierra King neighborhood off Mineral King Road.
  WEATHER WATCH: Much-needed precipitation will be knocking the dust down and cleaning up the air quality around Three Rivers for the coming week. No telling how much rain this weather disturbance...
The high country in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks awaits the winter snows. At the end of September, all wilderness rangers closed up their stations and headed to the front country as Summer 2018 came to a close.
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Alize Gonzales’s first-place Raven and other seventh-grade art. (Click arrows for additional photo.)
WEATHER PERMITTING: A dramatic and vibrant double rainbow on Tuesday morning was seen from the upper Kaweah canyon, such as this view from the Sierra King neighborhood off Mineral King Road.