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Article needs an Infobox, I'll get to that this evening... Edit Centric 12:55, 20 November 2006 (UTC)
Error on lack of chains: An A&W drive-in was active when I moved to Weaverville in 1975 and remained active into the mid 1980s at least; I think the Ace Hardware (still open) has been there since 1975 too; I think the Longs Drugs has been there much longer than since 1999 - though in a different location at first. Other facts that could be incorporated: it is the second least populated county in California (after Alpine); the Joss House is the oldest Taoist temple in the western hemisphere; the Trinity Alps Wilderness makes up a large portion of the county. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Theothersideofthenet (talk • contribs) 04:38, 19 May 2009 (UTC)