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Hoopa High School and Hoopa Elementary No Longer On Lock Down

Authorities determined the firearm brought to school was a BB gun./Photo by Teresa Mitchell, Two Rivers Tribune.Hoopa High and Hoopa Elementary school were on lock down today May 26, following a report of a firearm on campus. Read More →

Tribe Starts Endowment As Alternative To Grant Funding

Restoration of the fire management regimes used by the tribes in the region is one of the goals of an endowment fund recently started by the Karuk Tribe’s Department of Natural Resources. The fund has already raised $11,425 from 86 contributors, mostly local. Details are available at https://www.gofundme.com/bdjn9ezq. Silk painting by Susan Terence.The Karuk Tribe may not have flocks of rich alumni, but this month its fundraising crossed the threshold to begin its own endowment. Bill Tripp announced that the Karuk Endowment for Eco-Cultural Revitalization had raised $11,555 in four months, not billions, but enough to invest in a portfolio managed by Humboldt Area Foundation (HAF). Read More →

Community Discusses Solutions to Public Safety Problems

More than 100 people gathered in Hoopa on Tuesday, February 16 to discuss their growing public safety concerns./Photo by Allie Hostler, Two Rivers Tribune Contributing WriterMore than 100 people gathered in Hoopa last Tuesday, February 16 to discuss their growing public safety concerns. The community’s cry for help came on the heels of a violent homicide that claimed the life of 30-year-old Rodger Allan Yale at the Hoopa Mini Mart on the morning of Saturday, February 13. Read More →

Sheriff Meets With Willow Creek

In Willow Creek, he heard from many of the participants about their concerns about transients who hang out on Highway 96 and detract from potential tourists and residents. Hoopa area residents and others will have a chance to meet with Humboldt County Sheriff Mike Downey this week in one of his planned discussions with community members. Read More →

Search and Rescue Efforts Continue

Humboldt County Sheriff’s Department assist in the search to find missing Hoopa Man in the Trinity River. /Photo by Rhonda Bigovich, Two Rivers Tribune Contributor.The search continues to find 31-year-old Mark Nelson, who allegedly entered the Trinity River on February 5, at approximately 11:30 p.m. while fleeing from police. Read More →

Residents Voice Concerns About Klamath River Dams

More than 20 Orleans area residents expressed their concerns about the dams on the Klamath River at a scoping meeting before California Water Resources Control Board officials last week. All of the speakers said they want the dams removed./Photo by Leslie Lollich, TRT Contributor.An ex Yurok and Karuk water scientist stood up to put on record that “spring Chinook have been suffering since conquest.” He also reminded the water board that the dams would only rightly be considered point source polluters, since, removal of the dams would release accumulated mercury sludge. Pointing out that the dams were a genocidal project, he set the tone for the rest of the meeting. Read More →

Timber Ridge Apartments

There are three buildings as part of the apartment complex.  It includes 12 units, 1100-hundred square feet, two bedrooms and one bath. One unit is compliant to disability-access rules./Photos by Teresa Mitchell, Two Rivers Tribune. The Timber Ridge Apartments project is nearly complete. As part of the Campbell Field Expansion Project, the apartments are getting the finishing touches and it’s expected all of the work will be done by the end of March. Read More →

Trinity County Holds Its First Medical Marijuana Forum

As rain pounded Northern California on Saturday January 16, the crowd at the North Fork Grange Hall in Junction City, swelled to standing room only with an overflow crowd outside of the door. Although Highway 299 was closed due to a rock slide, one speaker, Conner McIntee, a scientist from the North Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board, made it to the meeting by kayaking up the Trinity River to bypass the slide./Photo by Dave Garrison, Two Rivers Tribune Contributor.As rain pounded Northern California on Saturday January 16, the crowd at the North Fork Grange Hall in Junction City, swelled to standing room only with an overflow crowd outside of the door. Fifteen miles to the west a rock slide dammed highway 299 stopping traffic in both directions for several days. Read More →