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The Digital 299 project will consist of an underground conduit system, large-sized fiber optic cable and a half-dozen prefabricated buildings. The cable will roughly follow Highway 299, but will diverge onto alternative routes to minimize traffic control on the highway during construction./Photos courtesy of Inyo Networks Inc.

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River Schools Jump Into the 40th Annual River Olympics

8 year old Mikaila Polmateer races for the 50 meter finish line. Mikaila was Junction’s winner of the “Best Girl Athlete” plaque with 6 blue ribbons./All Photos by Molli Myers, Two Rivers Tribune.Last Friday kids and families gathered to celebrate the annual River Olympics held in Forks of Salmon. This year was the 40th anniversary of the competition held for kids from local elementary schools, and was as hot and fun as it has been since the first River Olympics was held in 1977.

Firewise Community and Youth Ecology Day Fair

Fair timeC-4The Ham Radio demonstration was a big hit with the kids and Local 4-H kids brought some of their projects; chickens, rabbits and rockets to share with the community. A water safety demonstration was held and children were given free bike helmets that they later decorated with pipe cleaners and stickers.

Video of School Fight Hits Social Media

23-20 School Fight-Internet Photo-no creditOn May 19, at approximately 4:02 p.m., an officer with the Eureka Police Department responded to the St. Joseph Hospital emergency department to meet with a juvenile assault victim and her grandmother. The officer learned that the victim was assaulted on the campus of Zane Middle School. The officer opened an investigation into the assault.

VOICES: Commercial Tobacco Use

I am writing to you to state that tobacco is killing too many people. I am a member of the Teen Advisory Group (TAG) for United Indian Health Services. In the TAG Program we learn about the dangers of commercial tobacco use. Tobacco use is the leading preventable cause of premature death in the US. This issue is important to me because we’re the future.

VOICES: Teens Talk About Tobacco Use

I am writing this letter because I want to share some information with you. I’m a member of the Teen Advisory Group (TAG) for United Indian Health Services (UIHS). In this youth program, we learn about tobacco and how to stop and prevent inappropriate use. This issue is not only important to me, but to many others because it destroys lives.

VOICES: Thank You From the Jackson Family

Dear Two Rivers Tribune, The family of Muriel Jackson wants to thank everyone who showed us support of any kind during this very difficult time. We will all miss her so much in so many ways. Special thanks to so many (too many to remember and we don’t want to leave anybody out). God bless […]

Attempted Armed Robbery at Hoopa Mini Mart

Hoopa Mini MartOn Thursday, May 18, at about 7:20 a.m., The Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office along with the California Highway Patrol and the Hoopa Valley Tribal Police responded to a business on Highway 96, in Hoopa for a report of an armed robbery.

Track Champions

Kisdyante Joseph, Alanna Nulph, and Emilee Mabry stop for a photo as they celebrate their victory at the North Coast Sections meet last weekend. Joseph placed first in the Class A competition and Mabry placed third.  The throwing duo will compete at the Meet of Champions this coming weekend in Berkeley where they hope to move forward to the State Championships in Fresno./Photo courtesy of Alanna Nulph, HHS track and field coach. Junior Kisdyante Joseph is the 2017 Girls Shotput champion, dominating the competition and successfully defending her title from last year. This moves her on to the Meet of Champions in Berkeley to compete with all the top champions in the entire North Coast Section, large schools included. She is currently ranked fourth, and presents a real threat to move on to the California State Championships in Fresno. Senior Emilee Mabry is the 2017 Girls Discus bronze medalist, overcoming many hurdles and proving herself worthy to move on to the Meet of Champions where very few elite athletes are allowed to compete. Emilee has been throwing since the sixth grade, and was finally rewarded for her dedication.