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Sullivan won’t run again for supervisor

Chris Howard announces candidacy for 3rd district

Regardless of the outcome of the June 3 election, Del Norte County’s District 3 will get a new supervisor.

Current Supervisor Mike Sullivan, whose district includes Smith River, Hiouchi and Gasquet, said Friday he doesn’t intend to run for a third term. Sullivan, who was elected in 2008, said he hopes his friend Chris Howard will succeed him. 

Howard told the Triplicate on Thursday he intended to run for the post. He said he wants to strengthen business and tear down “regulatory red tape.”

Sullivan said he is not seeking re-election due to increased business responsibilities as an Edward Jones financial advisor and a wish to spend more time with his 12-year-old son. He said he had always intended to serve two terms on the Board of Supervisors.

 

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Finally, rain due after dry month

In Crescent City, January was driest in recorded history

January in Crescent City was the driest in recorded history, but February is about to get wet.

Last month’s total rainfall of 2.5 inches broke the record, set in 1977, of 3.03 inches.

But this weekend up to 4 inches of rain are expected in the Smith River basin and 2 inches in Crescent City.

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A packed house hears the plan

New-state advocate Mark Baird and others seek Del Norte County’s support

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More than 300 people listen as Mark Baird explains the proposal to carve the state of Jefferson out of Northern California. Del Norte Triplicate / Bryant Anderson
During his second visit to Del Norte County on Tuesday as the leading advocate of an effort to create the state of Jefferson, Yreka pilot Mark Baird outlined what it would take to “escape” California and what role the Board of Supervisors is being asked to play.

A town hall meeting hosted by the Del Norte County State of Jefferson Declaration Committee drew more than 300 people, who filled nearly every seat and stood along the edges of the room at the county fairgrounds. They punctuated Baird’s comments with raucous applause and the occasional shout of approval. Many also purchased sweat shirts, bumper stickers and flags emblazoned with the “Great Seal of the State of Jefferson.” 

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Klamath activists turn toward Brazil

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Indian activists at an Un-Dam the Klamath Rally at the Pacificorps Headquarters in Portland returned toxic blue-green algae formed in the company’s reservoirs to protest dams. Photo courtesy of Stormi Staats, Klamath Justice Coalition
 Local delegation sets Saturday event

American Indians of the Klamath River basin have been fighting for the removal of dams for years through protests, political pressure and public outreach.

More than 5,000 miles away in Brazil’s Amazon basin, another battle between dams and the Indians’ way of life is being waged, and a delegation of young Klamath River Indians and river activists is heading south this month to join forces. 

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Police probe stabbing of local man, 37

Crescent City Police are investigating a stabbing that occurred Tuesday evening.

Around 11:20 p.m., officers were dispatched to the area of 7th and E streets on a report of a physical dispute, Police Sgt. Erik Apperson said.

“When our officers arrived there was nobody around,” said Apperson. “One of the investigating officers found a blood trail that led to a nearby residence.”

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Mistaken identity

The current herring run in Crescent City Harbor has stirred up sea lions to feed so actively that several spectators thought there were dolphins jumping in the port on Wednesday morning.

 

Bring out your red: Free paint recycling

Recycling paint in Del Norte County just got much simpler.

As of this week, residents can now recycle up to 15 gallons of paints, stains and varnishes for no charge every day at the Del Norte County Transfer Station.

The service comes thanks to a partnership between the Del Norte Solid Waste Management Authority, Hambro Waste Solutions Group and PaintCare.

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Molestation charges will move forward

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Molestation charges will move forward against David E. Wright, 42, of Crescent City, following the District Attorney’s Office’s presentation of evidence during his preliminary hearing Tuesday.

Del Norte Superior Court Judge Chris Doehle ruled enough evidence was presented in four of the five counts Wright was initially charged with. 

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Arson suspect turns himself in

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A local man was arrested  Tuesday in connection with a recreational vehicle fire in Crescent City.

Around 6 a.m. Sunday, a man inside an RV at Bayside RV Park was alerted his passenger door was on fire, said sheriff’s Commander Bill Steven.

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Safer scenery?

Supervisors approve plans to improve and widen a stretch of Crescent City’s beach drive

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Janet Parker goes off-road to walk her dog inside the guard rail along a narrow stretch of Pebble Beach Drive near Pacific Avenue on Monday.
A project that will add paved shoulders and sidewalks, improve drainage — and perhaps save pedestrians’ lives — is expected to begin this spring on a mile-long stretch of Pebble Beach Drive.

Del Norte County supervisors approved a $586,361 contract with Tidewater Contractors Inc. last week for the Pebble Beach Drive Safety Project.

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