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

Karen Dallett will trade red rocks for big trees as she takes over the helm of Sequoia Parks Conservancy this spring.
  The Sequoia Parks Conservancy and Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks announced Thursday, March 16, that Karen Dallett of Page, Ariz., has been chosen as the new executive director of SPC....
Lake Kaweah water level is currently on the decline preparing for the monster snowpack that will come down the canyon when the weather warms.
  Spring weather will continue through the weekend with temperatures in the 70s, but by Tuesday, Kaweah Country will experience more like what has been the norm for 2017: a chance of rain with snow...
Tunnel Rock is one of the first visitor attractions seen when driving on the Generals Highway in Sequoia.
  Following the third consecutive year of record visitation to national parks, Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks announced some additional fee-free days for 2017. The  exact impact of fee-free...
The inaugural State Champion team of the FFA Food Science and Technology Competition are Woodlake FFA members (from left to right) Kiara Beneavides, Isabella Torres, Pia Martinez, and Jasmine Paniagua with their advisor, Jason Ferriera.
  Woodlake FFA was recently crowned 2017 California FFA State Champion in the FFA Food Science and Technology Competition. This competition tests students’ knowledge in basic Food Science principles...
The obsolete restroom. (Click arrows for additional photos.)
  On Saturday, March 11, the dilapidated concrete-block structure on North Kaweah River Drive was torn down and removed. The building was formerly a restroom that was part of a county park in the...
Keenan Hochschild (left) and Cole Karr were in Three Rivers on Tuesday, Feb. 28, and will return March 22 to meet again with McCarthy constituents.
  Due to an enthusiastic response from the Three Rivers contingent of the 23rd District, Congressman Kevin McCarthy’s field representative Cole Karr is returning on Wednesday, March 22. The meeting...
Karen Dallett will trade red rocks for big trees as she takes over the helm of Sequoia Parks Conservancy this spring.
Lake Kaweah water level is currently on the decline preparing for the monster snowpack that will come down the canyon when the weather warms.
Tunnel Rock is one of the first visitor attractions seen when driving on the Generals Highway in Sequoia.
The inaugural State Champion team of the FFA Food Science and Technology Competition are Woodlake FFA members (from left to right) Kiara Beneavides, Isabella Torres, Pia Martinez, and Jasmine Paniagua with their advisor, Jason Ferriera.
The obsolete restroom. (Click arrows for additional photos.)
Keenan Hochschild (left) and Cole Karr were in Three Rivers on Tuesday, Feb. 28, and will return March 22 to meet again with McCarthy constituents.
Karen Dallett will trade red rocks for big trees as she takes over the helm of Sequoia Parks Conservancy this spring.

Sequoia Parks Conservancy names new executive director

March 20, 2017 - 16:48
  The Sequoia Parks Conservancy and Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks announced Thursday, March 16, that Karen Dallett of Page, Ariz., has been chosen as the new executive director of SPC. Dallett will assume her duties as SPC’s executive director in mid-April.   Mark Tilchen, SPC’s current executive director...
Lake Kaweah water level is currently on the decline preparing for the monster snowpack that will come down the canyon when the weather warms.

WEATHER WATCH: March 17, 2017

March 20, 2017 - 16:43
  Spring weather will continue through the weekend with temperatures in the 70s, but by Tuesday, Kaweah Country will experience more like what has been the norm for 2017: a chance of rain with snow in the mountains for the next 10 days. There’s little chance that the monster snowpack in the nearby mountains is going...
Tunnel Rock is one of the first visitor attractions seen when driving on the Generals Highway in Sequoia.

Sequoia-Kings Canyon plans additional fee-free days

March 20, 2017 - 16:41
  Following the third consecutive year of record visitation to national parks, Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks announced some additional fee-free days for 2017. The  exact impact of fee-free days on the local parks’ visitor numbers is unknown but it does fuel a spike in local business in Three Rivers and...
The inaugural State Champion team of the FFA Food Science and Technology Competition are Woodlake FFA members (from left to right) Kiara Beneavides, Isabella Torres, Pia Martinez, and Jasmine Paniagua with their advisor, Jason Ferriera.

Woodlake FFA team is reigning State Champion

March 20, 2017 - 16:36
  Woodlake FFA was recently crowned 2017 California FFA State Champion in the FFA Food Science and Technology Competition. This competition tests students’ knowledge in basic Food Science principles, Sensory Evaluation, Product Compliance, Food Safety and Sanitation, as well as Product Development. This is the first...
The obsolete restroom. (Click arrows for additional photos.)

Old restroom razed

March 20, 2017 - 16:25
  On Saturday, March 11, the dilapidated concrete-block structure on North Kaweah River Drive was torn down and removed. The building was formerly a restroom that was part of a county park in the 1950s and early ‘60s but in recent years was a target of graffiti and vandalism.

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