North Coast Youth Envision Their Impact

Dream Quest teens joined over 300 teens from Humboldt County and beyond 11th Annual Northcoast Youth Summit: “Envision Your Impact!” on March 15th at College of the Redwoods. The event was coordinated by the Humboldt County 4-H for 7th-12th graders and adults who work with youth. The fun, interactive conference was to increase the leadership skills of youth and adults, provide workforce preparation and empower them to become agents of change in their world. There were over 40 dynamic workshops, two motivational keynote speakers, service projects, and lunch. Read More →

Blazing Trails with Fire Planning Collaborative

In some cases it is code for Why-Can’t-Everybody-Agree-With-Me? In others, like the roll-out a few years ago of a timber sale in Orleans, it was a thinly-veiled announcement of an already formulated Forest Service plan. Read More →

Love List

The crowd clapped at every scene change and laughed loudly throughout the romantic comedy’s Sunday matinee performance at the Camp Kimtu Cookhouse in Willow Creek. Both Pintos were joined on stage by Richard Junkin and directed by Rick Stewart (in his directorial debut) for this funny and unpredictable performance of the play written by Norm Foster. Libby Pinto said, “The best part is hearing all of the laughter from the audience.” Read More →

Housing Authority Chairman: Zero Tolerance Policy Needs Teeth

Less than a month after the Hoopa Tribal Council proclaimed a zero tolerance policy against methamphetamines, heroin, and illegal sales of prescription drugs, community members called for even tougher anti-drug enforcement measures. Read More →

Humboldt County Looks To Cut Another $2 Million From Budget

By KRISTAN KORNS, Two Rivers Tribune Humboldt County’s five supervisors met over video link from five different locations and took questions over Twitter for the County-wide public budget hearing on Thursday, March 6. Supervisor Ryan Sundberg, who represents the County’s 5th District, said, “I appreciate being able to have these County meetings here in Hoopa, [...] Read More →

Chairperson Swears-in New Youth Leaders

The seven newly-elected members of the Junior United National Indian Tribal Youth (UNITY) Council were sworn-in by Hoopa Valley Tribal Chairperson Danielle Vigil-Masten on Wednesday, March 5, as they took their seats in the Council chambers. Read More →

Salmon Run 2014 Begins May 30

This coming May, with a carved wooden salmon in hand, he, and hopefully many others who care about the Klamath, will embark on an epic 263 mile journey from the Mouth of the Klamath River to Klamath Falls, Oregon. “There are words, and words, and words, and nobody is actually doing something,” McAllister, who is a Karuk Tribal Councilmember, and Iraq War Veteran said. “This is our chance to go out and do something that says ‘this is what I support’ without actually having to say it.” Read More →

Schools to Evacuate During 2014 Disaster Drill

Don’t be alarmed when the alarms sound at 11 am on March 26. Hoopa’s emergency sirens, during a planned drill, will initiate a thoroughly planned evacuation of Hoopa schools and the Hoopa Tribe’s Neighborhood Facilities building (NF). Read More →