DN recycling finds new home

Recology may have found a permanent home for Del Norte’s recycling, but the community still … Read more

Smith River could hit 90 today

Del Norte may be in for some sweltering heat Thursday with temperatures in the 90s … Read more

Shoppers pleased by hiring of new guard

An unarmed security guard has been on the job in the Jedediah Smith Square shopping … Read more

Fire destroys cabinet shop, owner plans to rebuild

Firefighters from four agencies were unable to save a local cabinet shop after an overnight … Read more

New project pairs students with employers

The local school district, Del Norte Workforce Center and Building Healthy Communities have embarked on … Read more

County to hold fourth marijuana workshop

The fourth workshop on the regulation of legal marijuana in the Del Norte County will … Read more

Property owner wants RV gone

At a recent meeting of the Crescent City Council, a local realtor informed councilors of … Read more

Veterans Hall murals get a touchup

The twin murals flanking Crescent City’s Veterans Memorial Hall are getting a much-needed facelift this … Read more

Youth Training Academy looks ahead to the new summer

Young adults can learn how to advocate for a cause they’re passionate about, gain experience … Read more

Class of 2017: A new beginning

Golden tassels bounced as half of Del Norte High School’s graduating class made a circuit … Read more

Rescue mission surprised by requirements

A list of requirements from the county came as a surprise to the staff of … Read more

Airport Authority receives award

The Border Coast Regional Airport Authority received the Federal Aviation Administration’s 2017 Airport Safety Award, … Read more

Drain project to close Harding for up to six weeks

Some motorists will have to adjust their commute soon as Harding Way will be closed … Read more

When life gets tough, saddle up

Shots rang out… shortly after dawn this past Wednesday at the Eugene Simpson Stadium ball … Read more

CLOSED: Wet winter damages local trails

With summer upon us, many locals and tourists are looking for an adventure in the … Read more

A loan to save a life: Scouts and Cadets will lend you a life jacket

In an effort to promote and facilitate water safety off the Del Norte Coast, The … Read more

Taking issues to Washington

Supervisors, Mayor, take local priorities to D.C.

A trip to Washington D.C. creating tension between Del Norte County supervisors over the last … Read more

Senate aims for salmon disaster relief

Del Norte’s representatives in the state legislature are behind a resolution that calls for disaster … Read more

Rain: 94.08 inches and counting

Last week’s bout of rain may have caught some by surprise but an early June … Read more

Jury complete, Ranger trial set to begin today

Trial proceedings are scheduled to begin today in Del Norte Superior Court against Bryan Ranger, … Read more

A tribute to their river

If asked to name a waterway they feel a sense of ownership toward, most Del … Read more

Three of four released in Klamath murder case

Attorney details information about killing

Three of the four people arrested after a killing March 20 in Klamath have been … Read more

Can teachers speak their minds?

School district policy on classroom discussion of controversial issues is debated

Proposed changes to a policy on controversial issues sparked a debate at Thursday’s School Board … Read more

City Council reviews draft budget

At its June 5 meeting, the Crescent City Council heard and commented on the 2017/18 … Read more

Stephanie Barbara Deupree

October 2, 1954 – May 27, 2017

Stephanie Barbara Deupree passed away quietly in her home on May 27, 2017. She was … Read more

Weekend was busy for first responders

Residents in and around Crescent City probably heard a lot of sirens and saw a … Read more

Getting ready for growing up

Infant Toddler Center helps working parents and teaches children

Most of their peers were out sick, but that didn’t stop 2-year-olds Chenoa Thornton and … Read more

The next district attorney?

Following the abrupt June 1 resignation of District Attorney Dale Trigg, the question many certainly … Read more

Feds affirm PenAir for air service

Following community approval of keeping PenAir as the Border Coast Regional Airport’s Essential Air Service … Read more

Tolowa Dee-ni’ election results announced

Newcomer Kara Brundin-Miller and incumbents Denise Richards-Padgette and Marvin Richards Sr. were elected to the … Read more

Council adds CCPD roof to budget

Crescent City Police will soon need to vacate the department’s building to allow repairs to … Read more

Student athletics policy debated

During their second discussion regarding a coach’s handbook Thursday, trustees with the Del Norte County … Read more

One injured in Smith River fire

Smith River and Fort Dick Volunteer fire departments along with CalFire responded to a mobile … Read more

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