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Bigfoot Tales

Cover art provided by Bigfoot One. Visit their website at www.bigfootone.com Welcome to the Bigfoot Capital of the World. Klamath-Trinity communities love their furry friend of the forest so much that dozens of local businesses and products boast his name and likeness from the Bigfoot Burger at the Early Bird in Willow Creek to the larger-than-life metal sculpture in Happy Camp. Our community’s deep reverence for Bigfoot is steeped in a rich history of stories—personal accounts, legends, beliefs, investigation and mystery. Upon learning about the Bigfoot Festival planned by the Discovery Channel’s Animal Planet, we cracked open our poorly organized vault of previously published Bigfoot stories and hand-picked a few of our favorites to share with you. The special edition is for sale now on eastern Humboldt newsstands. We couldn't fit all of what we wanted into the newspaper, so we're posting the overflow here. Read More →

Sworn to Serve

Karl NortonPromotions: Jason Benge – Compliance Officer, Andre Hale – Animal Control Facilities, Manager, Mark Peterson – Investigator, Jennifer Turner – Investigator, Natalie McCall – Senior Dispatcher, Chelsey Camilli – Correctional Corporal, Samantha Sintic – Correctional Corporal. Read More →

Tribes Join Together to Lead Search for Missing Happy Camp Man

23-16 HC Homicide-Ben Camarena-WEB VERSIONThe Karuk Tribe assembled a search party in Happy Camp Wednesday to continue the search for 42-year-old Karuk Tribal member Benjamin Camarena. Read More →

Breast Cancer Awareness Truck Held Up On Highway 96

A U.S. Forest Service crew located BuddyOn April 13 at approximately 3:15 a.m. a flatbed tow truck, owned by Buddy’s Auto Center, was completing a service call on Hwy 96 north of Hoopa in Humboldt County when the driver stopped to remove a chainsaw that was in the roadway. Read More →

Baseball Season Is Here!

Wilson Medina, Willow Creek Nationals 3rd baseman, fields a throw from the outfield during the Klamath Trinity Little League jamboree at Candystick last weekend. The jamboree was a huge success and had more participation and volunteerism in recent years for the KTLL.Klamath-Trinity Little League held their season opening jamboree in Willow Creek on Saturday, April 8. Players and fans converged at Candystick Park and Veteran's Park for sunny day of baseball./All Photos by Shelly Middleton. Read More →

New Playground Finds A Home at Tulley Creek

After two days of hard work, members of the Foster City Rotary and Interact Clubs gather with Yurok Tribal employees in front of the reassembled Queen James Park structure./Photo by Jim McQuillen.The Foster City Rotary Club recently traveled from the bay area to Acorn Flat at Tulley Creek with about two dozen high school-aged students. The kids are part of Interact, the youth arm of the Rotary club, and they spent their spring break working to accomplish the Rotary’s mission to “Provide service to others, promote integrity, and advance world understanding, goodwill, and peace through its fellowship of business, professional, and community leaders.” Read More →

Bold and Boundless

Leona Colegrove was featured on the Bold and Boundless website, an online magazine that celebrates the strength of women through mind, body and soul./Photo by Venessa Jose, Bold and Boundless founder and director. She walked into the studio and I immediately felt her positive energy. I reached out to Leona Colegrove weeks ago because she was nominated by a friend of mine, who told me a little about Leona’s incredible journey. I knew I had to meet her. A funny thing happened, a few days before the photo shoot, I realized I actually knew Leona from many years ago. Read More →

In Loving Memory: Dona Marie Short

23-15 Obit Pic (Dona Short)Dona Marie Short was born at the Hoopa Hospital on July 15, 1928 and passed away in her sleep in Oak Run, Ca on April 8, 2017. Dona was the last surviving child of Leland and Viola Short from Orleans. Her grandparents were Harry and Katherine Ferris from Orleans. Dona was the younger sister of Ora Smith, Gene Short, Queenie Mertle, and Lorraine Taylor. She was a upriver and downriver Native and a member of the Yurok Tribe. Read More →