One of the unsolved riddles handed down by Kaweah Country native people to present-day occupants are the prehistoric rock basins. Their distribution is confined to Tulare County and, in fact, they are only located in a small section of the Sierra Nevada in and … [Read more...] about Sequoia’s ancient mystery: Prehistoric rock basins
The draft of Tulare County's short-term rental ordinance remains on schedule for a mid-September public hearing at the bi-monthly meeting of the Tulare County Planning Commission. The purpose of the ordinance: To establish uniform regulations in the county for … [Read more...] about Short-term rental ordinance on track for September hearing
In this horrific, flags flying constantly at half-mast society of today, there is a program at UC Berkeley/UC Merced that strives to make a difference. They won't make news headlines but they are changing lives — one backpacker at a time. Adventure Risk … [Read more...] about Adventure Risk Challenge: Changing the world one backpacker at a time
At the Wednesday, July 31, meeting of the Tulare County Planning Commission, planning director Aaron Bock recommended that the public hearing on the Sunshine Paradise Guest Ranch be continued. The vote to continue the hearing on the special use permit followed … [Read more...] about Planning Commission continues South Fork guest ranch hearing
https://vimeo.com/351335367 It's not surprising that during the busiest visitation month of the year, there would be a lot happening at Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks. This week, 3RiversNews.com ventured up canyon to Ash Mountain headquarters … [Read more...] about Sequoia-Kings Canyon: Camping, construction, dark skies, soundscapes, and a new visitor app
Want to pack the Three Rivers Memorial Building with a standing-room-only crowd on a sweltering, mid-summer Wednesday night? Then present these hot button topics: short-term vacation rentals and a proposed $30 million hotel development. In addition to those … [Read more...] about Town meeting plays to packed house
Our question this week: Where do you find inspiration? See what Kaweah Country is saying. Video Snapshots: Where do you find inspiration? We invite you to weigh in on this thoughtful question and post your answer as a comment. … [Read more...] about Video Snapshots: Where do you find inspiration?
What's the best road trip you've ever taken? See what your Kaweah Country friends and neighbors are saying. … [Read more...] about Video snapshots return
Just the mention of Airbnb in Three Rivers is likely to elicit myriad responses. It's like a speeding freight train heading downhill and everybody is wondering when or if we should apply the brakes. When the founders started Airbnb in 2008, they did not … [Read more...] about Airbnb guests: Who are they and why are they here?
Gautam Patel attended the July 10 Three Rivers Community Services District (CSD) meeting, and answered some frequently asked questions about the Patel Group's proposed $30 million hotel project in Three Rivers. Where will you get the water and will the … [Read more...] about Patel reveals water, sewage treatment plans