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CR’s DN director is losing her post

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Anita Janis
 The day after College of the Redwoods trustees held a rare meeting in Del Norte, the director of the local campus learned that she would be out of a job at the end of June.

Anita Janis said this week she was informed April 2 that her contract with the college wouldn’t be renewed once it expires June 30. The day before, CR President Kathryn Smith pledged her support for the Del Norte Education Center at the Board of Trustees’ first meeting held locally in more than two years.

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Supervisors approve $1.8 million loan for airport

Del Norte County supervisors on Tuesday agreed to a loan that will help the Border Coast Regional Airport Authority complete runway safety area improvements at Jack McNamara Field.

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Fire displaces three Smith R. households

Three households were displaced and one woman was taken to the hospital Wednesday after a fire damaged three trailers at the La Joya RV Park in Smith River.

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Solid waste money studied

Authority Board meeting on Wed. to discuss controls

A criticism of the Del Norte Solid Waste Management Authority that has driven recent reform efforts is that it has had problems managing finances.

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Distinguished Young Women: Scholarships up for grabs

11 contestants seek title as annual competition resumes Saturday at Crescent Elk 

Eleven Del Norte High juniors will compete for scholarships and the title of Distinguished Young Women of Del Norte County for 2015 on Saturday night.

The event begins at 7 p.m. at the Crescent Elk Auditorium.

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Supervisors eye airport loan idea

Del Norte County supervisors will discuss a loan request from the Border Coast Regional Airport Authority and pending surface mining legislation at today’s meeting.

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Candidates forum at fairgrounds

Candidates for Del Norte County district attorney and Superior Court judge have been invited to attend a forum tonight at the fairgrounds.

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Brookings port cleans up mink carcasses

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A boom around a commercial fishing dock contains rotten mink carcasses in Brookings Harbor. WesCom News Service/Scott Graves
 The sight of small, skinned animal carcasses bobbing on the water at the Port of Brookings Harbor last week was disturbing. The smell was even worse.

 

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News of Record March 28-April 3, 2014

Del Norte County Superior Court felony and misdemeanor sentencings for the week of March 28-April 3 include:

Benjamin Mikhael Jacobs, 33, Crescent City, was sentenced to 96 hours in County Jail, three years probation and fined $1,864 for driving under the influence of alcohol/drugs.

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New Harbor restaurant: Is the long wait really over?

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Charlie Fore, left, and Bobby Jernegan are making the final preparations for the long-delayed opening of Porcini restaurant. Del Norte Triplicate / Bryant Anderson
 Porcini looks to open Thursday after preparations that took longer than expected

A pot of mashed potatoes steamed on the stove, a tray of meatballs sat on the kitchen counter next to a vat of beef stock, but Charlie Fore was still hard at work.

Scores of wine glasses and water goblets gleamed behind the concrete bar. Prints of vintage paintings and original artwork mingled with postcards and ads depicting Crescent City’s early days. Nearly two months after giving Del Norters a sneak peak, Fore and his partner Bobby Jernegan are almost ready to begin regular dinner service at Porcini restaurant in Crescent City Harbor.

 

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