On Friday, July 25, 2014, the Coroner’s Office was called to the scene of a fatal traffic collision. It was learned a passenger of the vehicle succumbed to her injuries as a result of the collision. The Shasta County Coroner’s… Continue Reading →
Tiffany Hayes, district conservationist for the Natural Resources Conservation Service in Weaverville, CA, and Jim Fitzgerald, a geologist consultant, were formally recognized for their heroism in a ceremony on Wednesday, Sept. 14, at the Jefferson Auditorium at the U.S. Department… Continue Reading →
Local fiddlers will be rosining up the bow for the Weaverville Open Fiddle Contest Saturday, September 17. This contest, now in its sixth year, has consistently drawn fifty or sixty of the best fiddlers from throughout California, Oregon, and Nevada.… Continue Reading →
What: Shasta Taiko Benefit Performance for Japan
When: Saturday (May 21), 5 p.m.
Where: Elementary School Gymnasium, 234 California Highway 3, Weaverville, CA 96093
Cost: Adults (13 – 59 years) $15, Couples $25, Children (6 – 12 years) and Seniors $5, Age 5 and under free. Advance tickets … Continue Reading →
What: David Jacobs-Strain with Bob Beach Perform at Mamma Llama Coffeehouse in Weaverville
When: Saturday (April 16), 8 p.m.
Where: Mamma Llama Coffeehouse, 490 Main Street, Weaverville
David Jacobs-Strain is a slide guitarist and modern roots singer-songwriter whose … Continue Reading →
WEAVERVILLE – In a region stung by recession, the much-anticipated restart of the Trinity River Lumber Co. signals a hopeful beginning. More than 16 months ago, the mill – Trinity County’s largest private employer – burned down in a dramatic… Continue Reading →
“Year Of The Tiger” Celebration Joss House State Park, Weaverville Feb 27, 2010 The “Year Of The Tiger” celebration is a traditional Chinese Lion Dance at the Joss House State Park. Dance performed by the White Tiger Kenpo studio of Weaverville.… Continue Reading →
Looking for Louie, Part 5 of 6 For 6,783 miles Mei-lang and I have traced Trinity merchant Louie Chow’s homecoming route back to his native province of Canton, China (see previous installments). Now we have come to this massive banyan… Continue Reading →
Looking for Louie, Part 4 of 6 Shrimp dumplings, taro crescents and “phoenix claws” (braised chicken feet). Sticky-rice tamales, radish cake and egg tarts, all washed down with countless pots of chrysanthemum tea – RMB 65 (about $8) for two.… Continue Reading →
Looking for Louie, Part 3 of 6 To get to see Mr. Lam, you have to stand for 45 minutes in the “U.S. Citizen Services” line at the American consulate in Hongkong – mercifully shorter, at least, than the three-hour… Continue Reading →