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

ARE WE THERE  YET: The final push to Glen Pass (Jennie is on the left, arriving at the top). (Click arrows for additional photos.)
  This is a continuing series about a mother-and-daughter thru-hike on the John Muir Trail (north to south) in the Sierra Nevada Mountains from July 19 to August 13, 2015.  Previous installments and...
Victor Mozqueda, 22. (Click arrows for a photo of the river at the scene)
  It was the second death by drowning in the same Sequoia National Park location within two weeks. Other similarities in the recent incidents include (1) the victims jumped into the river to save a...
A bear doing natural bear things in the Mineral King area of Sequoia National Park.
  A young, male bear was trapped and euthanized this month by Sequoia National Park wildlife officials after breaking into cabins and other offenses in the Silver City area of Mineral King. According...
DEADLY RIVER! The sign posted along the trail to the river where two recent fatalities due to drowning occurred. Pay heed to the warnings; they are there for a reason.
  SEQUOIA NATIONAL PARK   Ash Mountain   June 23— At about 7:15 a.m., the park was notified of a river incident occurring near the Sequoia entrance sign. Park rangers, along with Tulare County Fire,...
Big changes are happening at Three Rivers Union  School.
  Three Rivers Union School board of trustees held a special meeting and public budget and LCAP adoption hearing Wednesday, June 27.     Superintendent recruitment set to begin   John Rodriguez of...
Kuyler Crocker, Supervisor, District 1 (which includes Three Rivers).
  At its regular meeting on Tuesday, June 26, the Tulare County Board of Supervisors agreed with recommendations that the Planning Commission made at a special meeting held on Wednesday, May 30.  The...
ARE WE THERE  YET: The final push to Glen Pass (Jennie is on the left, arriving at the top). (Click arrows for additional photos.)
Victor Mozqueda, 22. (Click arrows for a photo of the river at the scene)
A bear doing natural bear things in the Mineral King area of Sequoia National Park.
DEADLY RIVER! The sign posted along the trail to the river where two recent fatalities due to drowning occurred. Pay heed to the warnings; they are there for a reason.
Big changes are happening at Three Rivers Union  School.
Kuyler Crocker, Supervisor, District 1 (which includes Three Rivers).
ARE WE THERE  YET: The final push to Glen Pass (Jennie is on the left, arriving at the top). (Click arrows for additional photos.)

Hiking the John Muir Trail: Day 22

June 29, 2018 - 14:12
  This is a continuing series about a mother-and-daughter thru-hike on the John Muir Trail (north to south) in the Sierra Nevada Mountains from July 19 to August 13, 2015.  Previous installments and more photos are here.   Day 22: Sunday, August 9 Rae Lakes to Vidette Meadow via  Glen Pass 6 miles   The hardest climb...
Victor Mozqueda, 22. (Click arrows for a photo of the river at the scene)

Man saves child then drowns

June 29, 2018 - 13:30
  It was the second death by drowning in the same Sequoia National Park location within two weeks. Other similarities in the recent incidents include (1) the victims jumped into the river to save a child who had slipped in, (2) both children were saved, and (3) neither of the rescuers could swim so didn’t stand a...
A bear doing natural bear things in the Mineral King area of Sequoia National Park.

Bear euthanized in Sequoia

June 29, 2018 - 13:07
  A young, male bear was trapped and euthanized this month by Sequoia National Park wildlife officials after breaking into cabins and other offenses in the Silver City area of Mineral King. According to Sintia Kawasaki-Yee, public affairs officer at Sequoia National Park, who requested information from the park’s...
DEADLY RIVER! The sign posted along the trail to the river where two recent fatalities due to drowning occurred. Pay heed to the warnings; they are there for a reason.

Incidents at Sequoia-Kings Canyon National Parks: June 18 - 24, 2018

June 29, 2018 - 13:02
  SEQUOIA NATIONAL PARK   Ash Mountain   June 23— At about 7:15 a.m., the park was notified of a river incident occurring near the Sequoia entrance sign. Park rangers, along with Tulare County Fire, and Tulare County Sheriff, responded to the call. There was one fatality. See article on page 1 in this issue.    ...
Big changes are happening at Three Rivers Union  School.

TRUS one step closer to on-ballot bond measure

June 29, 2018 - 12:56
  Three Rivers Union School board of trustees held a special meeting and public budget and LCAP adoption hearing Wednesday, June 27.     Superintendent recruitment set to begin   John Rodriguez of the Tulare County Office of Education gave a presentation detailing services his team can provide to the board in their...

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