As of Monday, February 22, 2021, the job search for a new superintendent/principal for Three Rivers Union School District was posted on EDJOIN, the Education Job Opportunity Information Network used by 21 different states including California. Applicants must … [Read more...] about TRUS begins search for new superintendent/principal
Suspect shot, apprehended. On the morning of Friday, February 19, 2021, Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks rangers responded to a report of an individual brandishing a firearm and threatening visitors on the Big Trees Trail in the Giant Forest area of … [Read more...] about Gunman causes Sequoia closure, TRUS lockdown
The TRUS Board of Trustees met in special session Tuesday, February 17, at 6:30 p.m., via Zoom video conference. Members present included David Karplus (board president), Leeor Brown, Peter Mestaz, Anne Pfaff, and Sue Winters along with superintendent/principal … [Read more...] about Updated: TRUS Board of Trustees votes to extend superintendent/principal’s contract
The TRUS Board of Trustees has scheduled a special meeting via Zoom this Wednesday, February 17 at 6:30 p.m. Of special note will be two items related to the superintendent/principal position currently held by Sue Sherwood. At the regularly scheduled meeting of … [Read more...] about Special TRUS board meeting set for Wednesday, February 17
Here's a great way to access your local news quickly and easily by placing a shortcut to 3R News on the home screen of your mobile device. The first method works for those of you who have iPhones or iPads. Add 3R News to Step 1. Begin by opening the Safari … [Read more...] about Add 3R News to the home screen of your device!
On February 3rd at 6:30 pm the TRUS Board of Trustees held its regularly scheduled monthly meeting via Zoom video conference to discuss a variety of issues ranging from the building project update, a proposed 8th grade trip to San Francisco, and the need for a … [Read more...] about A shift in leadership for TRUS
Driving in the Kaweah canyon, especially when roadways are wet, can be risky. Being unfamiliar with the curves and shoulders of Sierra Drive add to the odds of being in an accident. On Saturday, Feb. 16, at 4:55 p.m., Cesar Vasquez, 47, of Los … [Read more...] about LA motorist injured in cliffside crash
AND HE WAS HEARD TO EXCLAIM AS HE DROVE OUT OF SIGHT,Sleighs are for city peeps.When in Three Rivers, I drive Jeeps! … [Read more...] about Where’s the sleigh?
Interior secretary Ryan Zinke’s resignation, announced Saturday, Dec. 15, ended speculation of whether the former Montana congressman and Navy SEAL could stay on and survive ethics investigations that are coming following the change to a Democrat … [Read more...] about Zinke to step down from Interior Department post
Although the early December rains brought some needed relief to all of California — to borrow a colloquialism with local meaning: we are not out of the woods just yet. That's because one model is showing an extended cold, dry period for the … [Read more...] about White Christmas forecast for local mountains