Community Calender

Healing for Families and Communities

A Family Camp will take place from August 13-15 at Pookey’s Park in Hoopa. This is a drug and alcohol free event. Read More →

Buffy Sainte-Marie to Rock Humboldt

According to her online biography, Sainte-Marie disappeared from the mainstream American airwaves during the Lyndon Johnson years. Her name was included on a White House memo listing musicians whose music "deserved to be suppressed," and radio airplay disappeared. She was even told by a talk show host that Native issues and the peace movement had become unfashionable and to limit her comments to celebrity chat. Read More →

Volunteers Sought in Horse Linto Interpretive Trail Restoration

Help promote environmental education and maintain stream enhancement structures that benefit salmon by volunteering on Saturday, Sept. 18. Trail restoration will begin at 10am at the Horse Linto Interpretive Trail, 7.7 miles northeast of Willow Creek. Volunteers are asked to bring water, gloves, and to dress in long sleeves and pants. Lunch will be provided. Read More →

Taste of Willow Creek Prepares for Evening of Music with Local Bands

Included in the Taste of Willow Creek's weekend festivities this year is a music event hosted by Willow Creek business owners Marc and Londa Rowley who will be offering music by three local bands, Good Dog Band, Delta Nationals, and Feed Bag for everyone's enjoyment on Saturday, Sept. 18, from 4pm-10pm at the Coho Cottages on Willow Way in Willow Creek. Read More →

Mid Klamath Watershed Council to Host Free Art and Wine Event at Panamnik Building in Orleans

Panamnik Building on Highway 96 in Orleans. / Photo by Lorencita Lavine, Two Rivers Tribune.To celebrate the Panamnik Building purchase, the Mid Klamath Watershed Council (MKWC) will be hosting a local art and wine show on Sept. 18 from 7-10 pm at the Panamnik Building in Orleans. Read More →

Hoopa Tribe Kicks Off Annual Sovereign Day Weekend

Sherman Norton (center) hides the ace from the other team as they try to guess which hand it's in to score a point during a game of Indian Cards at the Hoopa Tribe's 2009 Sovereign Day Celebration. This year's Sovereign Days event starts on Thursday with the Honored Elders Dinner sponsored by K'ima:w Medical Center. […] Read More →

Correction (Pilates Class)

Pilates Class by instructor Jeanette Henry is currently being offered on Mondays at Dream Quest in Willow Creek starting at 5:30pm and Tuesdays at the Hawkins Bar Grange at 10am. Classes will also be offered on Saturday's beginning in September. The TRT incorrectly printed the wrong date and times the class was currently being held […] Read More →

Father’s Day Events Planned in Hoopa

Organizers of the Thomas Morton Memorial Scholarship Fund are hosting a Father’s Day weekend co-ed slow pitch softball and horseshoe tournament at Pooky’s Park in Hoopa on June 19 and 20. The softball tournament is expected to be an eight-team, double elimination tournament. The deadline to enter teams is scheduled for June 11 and the entry fee is $275 per team. Read More →