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Emergency dispatch Call Logs, Sept. 9-10

Excerpts from the call logs for Del Norte County Emergency Dispatch, September 9-10:

Wednesday, September 9

At 8:22 a.m., caller reports bike theft from his open garage on the 300 block of Joaquin Street. 

At 11:03 a.m., caller reports overnight theft of tools from his vehicle on the 600 block of N. Pebble Beach Drive.

Head-on collision shuts down U.S. Highway 199 for 4 hours Thursday

Three people are dead and two sustained major injuries in a head-on collision shutting down U.S. Highway 199 north of Cave Junction for about four hours Thursday evening, according to Oregon State Police.

Correction, Sept. 12, 2015

A story in the Thursday Del Norte Triplicate concerning sewer rates contained an error on the dollar amount to be paid a consulting firm. Crescent City will pay a maximum of $18,700  to Willdan Financial Services to assess a change in rate structure. 

The Del Norte Triplicate endeavors to accurately report local news events. Errors of fact will be corrected in a timely and appropriate manner. Please notify Editor Robin Fornoff of errors by calling 707-464-2141

Art Gallery salmon feed cancelled

Low harvest strained by multiple festivals Saturday 

The Crescent Harbor Art Gallery has cancelled its annual salmon feed due to a lack of fish.

First PenAir flight from C.C. Tuesday

PenAir’s inaugural flight takes off for Portland Tuesday morning, after a five-month lull in commercial service for Crescent City. 

Beachgrass removal to close Gold Bluffs

The northern section of Gold Bluffs Beach will be closed starting Tuesday while Redwood National and State Parks removes about 100 acres of European beachgrass.

Dr. Fine Bridge to be one way overnight

Overnight paving work on U.S. 101 at the Dr. Fine Bridge will result in one-way control traffic from 6 p.m. to 7 a.m. weeknights starting Sunday.

Prize bull

Jesse Pearcey measures his elk with the help of a forklift on Friday. Del Norte Triplicate / Bryant Anderson
 Lucky to win small lottery for hunting tags, first-time 
elk hunter had to buy a new freezer for his 1,100-pound kill 

With three years under his belt of hunting mostly deer, Del Norte resident Jesse Pearcey decided that it was time to take a shot at bigger, and more sought-after game this elk season.

“People have been telling me that if you want to hunt elk eventually, you’d better start putting in,” Pearcey said. “I wasn’t really planning on getting it, but I am pretty stoked that I did.”

Murray enters County Board race


 Incumbent Gitlin says no decision on running till next year

Crescent City Councilwoman Kathryn Murray announced her candidacy for Del Norte County District 1 supervisor at a Labor Day picnic on Monday. 

Format blamed for test scores

Students fared poorly in newly revised assessments 

Del Norte County education officials say evolving curriculum and a new test format made for poor results the first year of the new California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress testing system.

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