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Help sought in finding man wanted in assault case

 The Del Norte County Sheriff’s Department is requesting the public’s assistance in locating a suspect wanted for assault and battery, robbery and vehicle theft.

Three-vehicle wreck claims C.C. woman

A Crescent City woman was killed in a three-vehicle wreck on Highway 199 on Friday afternoon.

Warrior MMA: Coming together as warriors

The new Warrior Mixed Martial Arts team includes Gil Calvio, Arnold Berber, Matt Chadwick, Josh Barnts, Kellin Coffman, Chris Hooper, David Whitaker, Austin Moore, Chad Bond, Brian Carey and coaches Eli Stancliff, Pete Bilancarte, Tracy Yates and Ron Otremba. Warrior MMA says thay have 20 people who have signed up to check out the new team, with about five or six that show up regularly and are “fight ready.” Del Norte Triplicate / Michael Zogg
New mixed martial arts team combines coaches, fighters from Gym Rats and Tsunami MMA

Mixed martial arts has received a makeover in Del Norte County. The Fighting Gym Rats have combined with Tsunami MMA to for a brand new club — Warrior MMA.
“It made more sense in this small of a town to combine our knowledge and all work together,” said Warrior coach and former Tsunami MMA owner Eli Stancliff. “We all live here and we all get along great, so why have two separate teams in a small town?”
As the teams combined they wanted to pick a brand new name, and the Warriors were the obvious choice.

Klamath revitalization: Hotel Opens

Rooms at Redwood Hotel Casino opened for guests Tuesday. The casino is expected to open later this summer. Del Norte Triplicate / James Haban
 $10 million development just part of Yurok Tribe’s vision for town

Hotel options just got a whole lot classier in Klamath. 
On Tuesday, the Yurok Tribe opened the doors of its Redwood Hotel Casino, billed as the only hotel casino property in Redwood National and State Parks, and even with a soft opening, the Holiday Inn Express hotel was nearly sold out on Wednesday and Thursday nights.
The luxurious 60-room hotel, adorned in themes inspired by the Klamath River and Yurok culture, booked at least 20 rooms on the first night it was open, including guests from Germany, Korea and Canada.
“We are excited to bring new, comfortable lodging to the Klamath area,” said Tribal Chairman Thomas O’Rourke Sr. in a press release. “Dozens of new jobs are now in place, and when the casino opens its doors, nearly 100 more new jobs will be created.”

Icon escapes danger again

A sacred religious icon that legends say has survived Huttite blades, Tartan arrows and Swedish invasions experienced another brush with destruction on Thursday evening in Crescent City.
The Black Madonna, a religious icon painted by St. Luke in the 14th century that’s associated with not only near-destruction but also miracles, narrowly escaped another  close call when an accidental fire broke out in the sacristy at 

Smith River NRA gets addition

Another 320 acres of former timber land was added to the Smith River National Recreation Area last week as a result of the Hurdygurdy land purchase brokered by the Smith River Alliance.
The 320-acre acquisition in the watershed of Siskiyou Fork, a tributary to the Middle Fork Smith River, includes a 160-acre parcel purchased by funds from the Land and Water Conservation Fund, which is funded through federal offshore oil and gas drilling revenues, and a 160-acre parcel donated by the Smith River Alliance.

Crescent Elk Middle School: Student mural is painted over

RJ Salvaressa was an eighth-grader when he started sketching the design that ultimately became the mural at Crescent Elk Middle School’s garden.
Inspired by the foxgloves and hummingbirds he saw in the school garden, RJ, who is entering his junior year at Del Norte High School, said he spent much of his freshman year drawing and painting the design on the wall that faced the garden. He was nearly a sophomore when he finished the mural. 

Rancheria hopes to improve fire station

The Elk Valley Rancheria has plans for the old firehouse on I Street.
The Rancheria aims to apply for a $605,000 Indian Community Development Block Grant in order to bring some upgrades and renovations to the Crescent City fire station located at 520 I Street. After the application gets turned in next week the tribe will find out if it’s been awarded the money in a couple months.

Fresh to the farm: Youngsters learn agricultural skills and responsibility by caring for calves

Del Norte kids learn how to raise a heifer and are introduced to the dairy and agriculture industries through the Bucket Calf Project, a 4-H Community Service Project hosted by Alexandre Dairy in Fort Dick. Participants will show their animals off at the fair. Del Norte Triplicate / Bryant Anderson
Bradley Tripp had worked with his calf Nibbler since June 17, visiting Alexandre Dairy every other day to feed and walk it, so when he was told to switch calves with another youngster last week, he grew nervous.

After a few minutes, though, the 8-year-old decided his worries were unfounded.

“This is as easy as my calf,” Bradley told his mother, Mavis Tripp.

“You can’t fall in love with somebody else’s cow,” Tripp retorted.

Hussey suit gets a boost

Sutter Health denied claim that case lacks legal basis 

A visiting judge of Del Norte Superior Court ruled last week that a lawsuit against Sutter Coast Hospital’s plan to convert to a Critical Access Hospital may go forward.

Beverly Hussey, the widow of the donor of the land where the hospital was built, filed suit against Sutter Coast in April, alleging that plans to convert to a Critical Access facility violate the contract outlining conditions of the land donation.

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