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In Loving Memory: KARRIE LYNNE KANE-BALDY

Karrie Lynne Kane-Baldy, March 7, 1960-May 25, 2017.Karrie Lynne Kane-Baldy, age 57, was ushered into the presence of the heavenly father on May 25th, 2017, surrounded by her family. Karrie was born to the late Alfred “Carlson” and Carmen Kane of Hoopa, CA on March 7, 1960. She was also a member of the Hoopa Valley Tribe. Read More →

Sanderson Wins 6th Boatnik Cup

Veteran racer Roger Sanderson of Hoopa piloted his (#B-200) hydroplane to back-to-back Boatnik wins to the claim the 59th Annual Tom Rice Memorial whitewater race on the Rogue River on Memorial Day in Grants Pass, Oregon./Photo by Ben Sanderson.Sanderson, 54, became the seventh driver in (CORRA) Cal-Ore River Racers Association history to repeat Boatnik wins. Sanderson won Boatnik Titles in 1993, 1995, 1997, 2007, 2016, and this year. Read More →

In Loving Memory: Arnold “Arnie” Beeson

23-21 Obit (Arnold Beeson)Arnold “Arnie” Beeson went to be with the Lord on May 23, 2017. He was the youngest son of Ernest and Marilouise Beeson Sr. Born October 16, 1954, Arnie was a lifetime resident of Hoopa and a Hoopa Valley Tribal member. Read More →

Equipping the Future

23-22 Heavy Equipment trainingThe Hoopa Valley Tribal Employment Rights Office (TERO) and Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) programs hosted a heavy equipment training program in Hoopa last winter. The training program was identified as a beneficial course in the Tribe’s planning process. All participants were cross-trained using both Hoopa Forest Industries equipment and Hoopa Roads and Aggregate […] Read More →

Tony Hacking Memorial Bigfoot Birding

Birders gathered together for a group photo near the Camp Creek confluence with the Klamath River, Saturday, May 6, 2017./Photo courtesy Teresa Hacking. The Tony Hacking Memorial Bigfoot Birding Day accomplishes this in the Orleans community. Hacking led local birding events as the wildlife biologist on the Orleans Ranger District for the Six Rivers National Forest. Read More →

Wildflower Hunters Gather Flora for Show

Purple Trillium./Photo by Charlotte Krupp, Two Rivers Tribune.Five folks went out to collect wildflowers for Willow Creek’s China Flat Museum’s Annual Wildflower show on May 5-6. The event not only celebrates the flora of eastern Humboldt County, it also signals the season opening of the China Flat Museum. Read More →

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. Read More →

IN LOVING MEMORY: Martin Gerstner

Martin was a World War II Veteran, serving with the U.S. Army. He moved to Hoopa in 1953, where he and his wife, Mary, resided until 1975. Martin owned and operated a log truck; working as an independent trucker for years before becoming employed with the Bill Wold Logging Company. His log-hauling years were spent traveling the mountains and back roads of the Hoopa Reservation and surrounding areas. Upon leaving Hoopa in 1975, he left behind many friends and acquaintances throughout the Community. Read More →