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Alexander appeal rejected

Suspended DA’s attempt to overturn disbarment recommendation is denied 

Del Norte County’s suspended District Attorney Jon Alexander had the appeal of his disbarment recommendation rejected on Wednesday by the Review Department of the State Bar Court of California and was ordered to pay the Bar’s costs.

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A week to remember: Record-setting

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Beachgoers bask in the warm sun Thursday at South Beach. The weather drew many visitors to local beaches this week.
 No clouds, no wind, and a ridge of high pressure led to record-breaking temperatures in Crescent City on Wednesday and Thursday. 

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Authorities raid butane hash lab

 The largest hash lab ever found in Del Norte County was raided by the Del Norte County Sheriff’s Office Felony Investigation Unit on Friday.

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Men arrested on suspicion of using counterfeit bills

The Del Norte County Sheriff’s Office arrested a man suspected of using counterfeit bills on Wednesday.

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Harbor to move rec boats to inner basin

With the recently completed  state-of-the-art reconstruction of the inner boat basin, Crescent City Harbor will not be re-installing seasonal recreational fishing docks in the outer basin.

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School scare a misunderstanding

What initially appeared to be a threat against an unspecified school in Del Norte County turned out to be a misunderstanding.

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Superfund sites: Old mining areas may get cleanup

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A mine shaft at the Mammoth Mine in the Altaville mining area northwest of Gasquet Mountain is one of many areas impacted by mining that will be addressed in a cleanup proposed by the National Forest Service. Photo courtesy of Six Rivers National Forest
 Feds propose $1.6M project to deal with pollution of 19th century origin 

Two 19th century mining sites in the historic Altaville mining area of Del Norte County are being considered for cleanup by Six Rivers National Forest due to contamination concerns, and a public comment period on the proposed cleanup starts today.

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Redwood company leaving business

One of the last remaining regional mills that processes redwood logs, California Redwood Company, a subsidiary of Green Diamond Resource Company, announced on Wednesday that it “will transition out of the redwood lumber business,” according to a statement.

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Forest Service names new district ranger

Read more... David Palmer, an 18-year veteran of the U.S. Forest Service and a Humboldt State University graduate, has been selected to serve as the new District Ranger on the Gasquet Ranger District/Smith River National Recreation Area of Six Rivers National Forest.

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Pebble Beach Dr. closure revised

As surveyors ready Pebble Beach Drive for a major project expected to last most of the summer, the county has already modified plans for controlling traffic on the scenic lane.

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