Fish Fair Guide

Fish Fair presenter Ed Duggan demonstrates the use of a fishing net at the annual event held June 1, 2012 in Hoopa. / Photo by Allie Hostler, Two Rivers Tribune. Read More →

Kiwanis Club Helps Young Readers

The Willow Creek Kiwanis Club is on a mission to help the children in the community. This year, the club donated cash to four classrooms in need of books by guided reading level. Read More →

Back and Better Than Ever School

The massive construction and modernization of KTJUSD schools began with the passage of Measure H and S on the Humboldt and Trinity County November 2008 ballot. The measures allowed the district to sell bonds of up to $5.9 million to finance their specific school facilities projects listed in their master plan. Voters passed the measure with 831 votes for and 333 votes against. Read More →

HVES Student Breaks Reading Record

A Home Reading Incentive Program led by KTJUSD Director of Indian Education, Margo Robbins, at Hoopa Elementary School for the past two years, has been implemented district-wide this school year. Read More →

K-T Area Offers Much in the Way of Haunted Houses and Fall Festivals

1641TrickrTreatersThere‚Äôs no shortage of fall fun in the K-T area this year. Jack Norton Elementary, Hoopa Elementary, Burnt Ranch Elementary, and the Forks of Salmon Community Club, to name a few, are all hosting carnivals this fall. Read More →

Bake Sale

A bake sale will be held on Friday, April 30 from 10am until sold out, in front of Ray's Food Place in Hoopa. Proceeds benefit Hoopa Elementary 8th grade. Read More →