Engagement: Leonard-Rhodes, George

Ruth Rhodes and Lathrop Leonard of Hiouchi are pleased to announce the engagement of their … Read more

A day at the fairgrounds

Inside the livestock building at the Del Norte County Fairgrounds, Future Farmers of America students … Read more


Church Notebook: Finding God’s protection

Did you ever make a wrong turn on a trip that sends you miles out … Read more


Everyday Believer: It’s our responsibility to make disciples everywhere

Sharing our Christian faith with others can be challenging. Although we may have the desire … Read more

Coming Attractions

All aboard for Model Railroad Day

A Del Norte Short Lines train passes by the Rumiano Cheese building, beginning the Third … Read more

Coming Attractions

‘Looking for Lichens’ with Tolowa Dunes Stewards

Delve into the strange world of lichens Sunday with botanist Tom Carlberg and the Tolowa … Read more

Art Scene June 8, 2017

Music at Gender Talk’s Pink Party Gender Talk’s annual Pink Party for women’s health will … Read more

Pages of History: June 1967 — Tidal wave warning system planned

From the pages of the Del Norte Triplicate, June 1967: Crescent City will soon have … Read more


Crescent City man receives writing award

A Crescent City writer was recognized at the largest nonprofit awards program for independent publishers. … Read more


Birth: Lily Jean Rayann Johnson

Lily Jean Rayann Johnson was born April 22, 2017, in Crescent City. She measured 19 … Read more

Student Spotlight June 6, 2017

Pine Grove Student of the Month — May: Matthew Owen, Jakyde Johnson, Isabella Preston, Kaylee … Read more


Student's day at gallery

Third grade students from Mary Peacock Elementary School recently got to see, and create, art … Read more


Fisherman honored at harbor

After honoring the lives of the servicemen and women who died on Memorial Day, Del … Read more


Parents Matter: Not all summer slides are fun

Ah, summer. It’s June and we seem to have finally — finally! — left the … Read more


Seeds for a Future: Creating a memorial garden

A living tribute for a loved one

My cousin, a Green Beret during the Vietnam era, was one of those who made … Read more


Gardening reminds me of the imagination that our Creator has

It’s finally happened. One dream come true. Thanks to my son-in-law, my hothouse is finally … Read more


Everyday Believer: Choose what you say, and how you say it, carefully

Words are powerful and have a huge impact on others. In fact, words have the … Read more

Pages of History: 1957 — New businesses opening

From the Pages of the Del Norte Triplicate, June 1957: Advertisement: “Grand Opening: Glen’s Bakery … Read more

Art Scene June 1, 2017

Arts for Veterans Students from DNACA’s oil and acrylic painting class for veterans and their … Read more


Applications due soon for Rodeo Queen

Competition takes place this weekend

Del Norte’s annual Rodeo Queen competition will be held this weekend, and there is still … Read more


Youth camp offered

The Del Norte County Recreation Department is offering a six-week summer camp for children. The … Read more


Church Notebook: Let’s not forget our veterans

It’s about to get busier. Monday is Memorial Day. Most likely every one of us … Read more


Everyday Believer: God commands us to honor our parents

If you’re a parent, you know your child is defiant. Even as infants, children naturally … Read more

Art Scene May 25, 2017

Arts for Veterans exhibit Students from DNACA’s oil and acrylic painting class for veterans and … Read more

Pages of History: 1947 — First regular airline flights begin

From the pages of the May 23, 1947, Del Norte Triplicate: The first regularly scheduled … Read more

Brookings Concert Series

2017 lineup for Summer Concerts in the Park announced

This year’s free “Summer Concerts in the Park” series on Sundays at Brookings’ Azalea Park … Read more


The Treasure of Black Gold

Worms! Not one of Nature’s most appealing creations and a bit slimy to boot, but … Read more


Church Notebook: Faith helps you to realize that your loved ones aren’t gone forever

There weren’t so many people in church Sunday. Odd, perhaps, because it was Mother’s Day. … Read more


Everyday Believer: Turn from sin and know forgiveness

Most believers understand what it means to be forgiven. We know that the death of … Read more

Pages of History: 1937 — City in grips of tax crisis

From the pages of the May 14, 1937, Del Norte Triplicate: The front page was … Read more

Art Scene May 18, 2017

Del Norte High School dance concert The dance classes of Del Norte High School present … Read more


$13,650 awarded to summer youth programs

The Wild Rivers Community Foundation hosted its Summer Youth Mini-Grant reception May 3 at Hownquet … Read more

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