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

The access road to the Clover Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant in Sequoia National Park. NPS officials have until October 3 to submit a plan to correct violations. (Click arrows for additional photo.)
  Sequoia National Park officials are currently preparing a report as to how Ash Mountain headquarters will address more than 110 violations that occurred since 2008 at the Clover Creek Wastewater...
Julia MacKenzie, 30, who died in a climbing accident this month in Kings Canyon, was featured on the Summer 2014 cover of California Climber magazine.
  COLLEGE STUDENT DROWNS AT EAGLE LAKE (MINERAL KING AREA) The body of William “Billy” Nguyen, a second-year kinesiology student from San Jose State University, was recovered Sunday, Sept. 18, from...
  The roads in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks are steep and curvy, requiring extra attention to drive them safely. The Mineral King Road is an especially steep, curvy, narrow route that...
Click arrows for additional photo.
  Tom Marshall took these photos at the Three Rivers Historical Museum on Tuesday, Sept. 20, where he volunteers almost daily, as mother and cubs strolled the museum’s Heritage Trail. “Mama is...
The aspens in Mineral King are turning from green to blazing yellows, oranges, and reds. If wanting to make a fall pilgrimage to the Mineral King area of Sequoia National Park, the time is now. (Click arrows for additional photo.)
  With the first day of fall being Thursday, Sept. 22, it seems nature is right on schedule. In Three Rivers, the temperature dropped about 20 degrees from the last day of summer to the first day of...
A fringe benefit of running in Kaweah Country is the beautiful views.
  WEEK 3 Well, by now the newness of this fitness routine has worn off and all that’s left is the daily grind of hard work. This is where your mind starts trying to convince you to quit, and your...
The access road to the Clover Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant in Sequoia National Park. NPS officials have until October 3 to submit a plan to correct violations. (Click arrows for additional photo.)
Julia MacKenzie, 30, who died in a climbing accident this month in Kings Canyon, was featured on the Summer 2014 cover of California Climber magazine.
Click arrows for additional photo.
The aspens in Mineral King are turning from green to blazing yellows, oranges, and reds. If wanting to make a fall pilgrimage to the Mineral King area of Sequoia National Park, the time is now. (Click arrows for additional photo.)
A fringe benefit of running in Kaweah Country is the beautiful views.
The access road to the Clover Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant in Sequoia National Park. NPS officials have until October 3 to submit a plan to correct violations. (Click arrows for additional photo.)

Sequoia faces sanctions for wastewater violations

September 27, 2016 - 14:32
  Sequoia National Park officials are currently preparing a report as to how Ash Mountain headquarters will address more than 110 violations that occurred since 2008 at the Clover Creek Wastewater Treatment Facility, located off the Generals Highway between Lodgepole and Wuksachi Lodge. The violations were outlined in...
Julia MacKenzie, 30, who died in a climbing accident this month in Kings Canyon, was featured on the Summer 2014 cover of California Climber magazine.

Three perish in separate accidents in Sequoia-Kings Canyon during September

September 27, 2016 - 14:09
  COLLEGE STUDENT DROWNS AT EAGLE LAKE (MINERAL KING AREA) The body of William “Billy” Nguyen, a second-year kinesiology student from San Jose State University, was recovered Sunday, Sept. 18, from the bottom of Eagle Lake in the Mineral King area of Sequoia National Park. Nguyen, 19, was one of a group of 21 SJSU...

Incidents at Sequoia-Kings Canyon National Parks: September 12 to 18

September 27, 2016 - 13:10
  The roads in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks are steep and curvy, requiring extra attention to drive them safely. The Mineral King Road is an especially steep, curvy, narrow route that leads 25 miles from Three Rivers to the road’s end in the Mineral King valley. The road, which has no center dividing line...
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The bears are back in town

September 27, 2016 - 12:46
  Tom Marshall took these photos at the Three Rivers Historical Museum on Tuesday, Sept. 20, where he volunteers almost daily, as mother and cubs strolled the museum’s Heritage Trail. “Mama is scolding little one,” Tom wrote (photo right). “Look at the mama bear’s face and the head down and ears back on little one.”...
The aspens in Mineral King are turning from green to blazing yellows, oranges, and reds. If wanting to make a fall pilgrimage to the Mineral King area of Sequoia National Park, the time is now. (Click arrows for additional photo.)

WEATHER WATCH: September 23, 2016

September 27, 2016 - 12:39
  With the first day of fall being Thursday, Sept. 22, it seems nature is right on schedule. In Three Rivers, the temperature dropped about 20 degrees from the last day of summer to the first day of fall due to an upper-level low just off the West Coast and remnant activity from Tropical Storm Paine moving...

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