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St. George Reef Lighthouse: History in photos

A National Archives photograph from the late 1800s shows “47 men, their wives, and children (in lower right corner), posing at the base of the engineering marvel they have just constructed,” according to a photo description in “Images of America: St. George Reef Lighthouse” by Guy Towers.
 It took 10 years to build, saw the death of five keepers and one construction worker and warned sailors away from the dreaded Dragon Rocks of St. George Reef for nearly a century.

Klamath boy dies in shooting

 Juvenile suspect in custody after deputies respond to call of gunshot 

An arrest has been made in connection with the death of a 13-year-old Klamath boy who was shot in the head Friday and died two days later.

Flights to Portland to go on sale soon

As Crescent City’s new air carrier approaches its Sept. 15 takeoff, area travelers may soon be able to purchase their first tickets to and from Portland.

Fairgrounds spring fest this week

Del Norte will be gearing up for a party starting this weekend.

News of Record April 24-30

These are the misdemeanor and felony sentencings provided by the Del Norte County Superior Court for April 24–30:

Carnello Garcia, 39, Redway, was sentenced to three years probation, 96 hours in jail and fined $1,864 for driving under the influence with high blood alcohol level.

Illinois Valley Airport project at risk of default

CAVE JUNCTION — An Oregon developer is late on the rent six months after ambitious development plans were announced for the Illinois Valley Airport.

4th-graders go to college

Alex Sheets feeds bloodworms to a Mexican salamander named Axl Rose. Del Norte Triplicate / Bryant Anderson
 Area elementary students get a peek at higher education at College of the Redwoods

Some students cringed when Candy Kiss slid their way, but not Aalandra Bain.

Council mulls water cutback

Will city have to turn down tap like drier areas of state?   

As California scrambles to address dwindling water sources four years into its worst drought on record, Del Norte County is notable for having continued to see damp winters, though with less rainfall than usual. 

'Wet Drought' possibly a sign of things to come

The desiccated soils and barren slopes of California have grabbed news headlines for months on end as the state is in its fourth year of a crippling drought that has forced unprecedented statewide water restrictions and billions of dollars in agricultural losses.

Feds to pay bill for lawsuit over highway project

Legal fees to the tune of $130,000 were granted to environmental groups to fund the lawsuit that resulted in a court-ordered injunction for a Caltrans highway improvement project last year.

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