Enough fishermen provide information to secure grant
After fears that the Crescent City Harbor District would be forced to repay half of a $5 million grant used to rebuild the inner boat basin, commercial fishermen and harbor-based businesses prevented such a scenario by documenting that the port’s existence helps provide them with jobs.
Legislation would enact agreements on dam removal, water rights and stream flow
Upper Klamath Basin water sharing legislation introduced Wednesday by California and Oregon’s United States Senators includes authorization of the agreements that will remove four dams on the Klamath River and pump millions of dollars into improving salmon runs in the basin.
Handbags, jeans and electronic equipment reported stolen were found at the house where burglary suspect Benjamin Brittain was arrested, Crescent City Police officials say. Photo courtesy of Crescent City Police Department
Police: Suspects also had items stolen from City Hall, school dist.
Crescent City Police arrested two suspects Saturday in connection with a string of recent burglaries of local hair salons as well as burglaries of Crescent City Hall last week and a Del Norte County Unified School District building.
An elephant seal is given electrolytes through a tube Monday afternoon at the Northcoast Marine Mammal Center. Del Norte Triplicate / Bryant Anderson
Ignoring the guttural cackle of more than 20 hungry mouths, the two volunteers carefully dosed Tunamelt, an 80-pound northern elephant seal, with electrolytes. Found near Trinidad, Tunamelt came into the center on Sunday. Despite having a tube shoved down his throat, the northern elephant seal didn’t put up a fight, which isn’t a good sign.