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Spring Wild

From trilliums to kitten ears, more than 100 local wildflowers filled the Willow Creek Museum last weekend  during the Annual Wildflower Show. Displayed in antique glass bottles and jars, most of the flowers bore a name placard.  Some were mystery flowers still unidentified by local flower enthusiasts. The show, complete with a potluck and guest […] Read More →

Honor Walk

Public Health Nurse from K’ima:w Medical Center, Martha Meade; Alden Yazzie; Humboldt County District Attorney, Paul Gallegos and Project Connect manager, Pam Risling take a lap around the Hoopa Football Field to campaign against sexual assault.  April was declared Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month by the Hoopa Valley Tribe./Photo by Jewel Frank, Project Connect. Read More →

Fired Up

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Walk on the Wild Side

Lions, tigers, foxes, bears, and even a few fairies swarmed Willow Creek on Saturday during the all-species parade at the Wildlife Fair sponsored by Studio 299 and Creekside Arts and Education. Real live owls were there too, and carnivorous plants were seen lurking nearby./Photo by Kristan Korns, Two Rivers Tribune Click Here for the Story Read More →

Doorway to Adventure

Hoopa Valley Elementary School students from Teacher Teresa Cyr’s third grade class head through the doorway to adventure during a class project near Tish Tang Campground. Students designed a scavenger and quest to teach visitors about the area’s plants and animals, and acted in a short film about exploring the outdoor./Photo by Kristan Korns, Two […] Read More →

Low on Funds

Humboldt County Sheriff Mike Downey, center, and 5th District Supervisor Ryan Sundberg, right, talked about law enforcement staffing levels and possible ballot measures with the WCCSD Board of Directors and community members on Thursday, March 27. /Photo by Kristan Korns, Two Rivers Tribune Click Here for the Full Story Read More →

The New Klamath Deal

A water deal made hundreds of miles up the Klamath River between Oregon irrigators and the Klamath Tribes could have far reaching impacts for all tribes and communities up and down the river. Shown here: Buck Logan, Richard Myers II and two additional Yurok men brave the mouth of the Klamath River in the early […] Read More →

Klamath Activists Visit Amazon

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