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Code enforcement officer Dave Mason retires

Dave Mason was honored by Del Norte County supervisors Tuesday for his 11 years of service as the County’s code enforcement officer.

Mason’s accomplishments are extensive and the resolution honoring him listed many of them. The resolution was adopted, unanimously, 3 - 0, with Supervisor Roger Gitlin out for knee surgery and Supervisor Martha McClure not in attendance. 


Emergency Dispatch Call Logs, July 11-13, 2016

Excerpts from the call logs for the Del Norte County Sheriff’s Office and the Crescent City Police Department, July 11–13.

Monday, July 11

At 12:36 a.m., a caller on the 700 block of Second Street reported he was checking his mail and noticed a car door that is open.

At 12:40 a.m., a caller at Cooper and Butte Avenue reported a group of people were looking into cars with a flashlight.

At 1:49 a.m., a caller on the 200 block of Hill Street reported that someone may have broken into the house and may still be in there.


Rangers ask for aid in identifying a suspect

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Photos courtesy of Redwood National and State Parks Surveillance cameras caught these images of a suspected burglar and the vehicle he was driving on May 31.
Redwood National and State Parks rangers are asking for the public’s assistance in identifying a subject recorded seen on scene at two of three separate burglaries. A all took place on May 31.

According to a press release from Redwood National and State Parks, the Patrick’s Point State Park visitor center, an employee residence at Redwood National Park, and a visitor’s vehicle at Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park were all broken into on May 31 with multiple items taken in each instance.


‘A slice of Americana’

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Rafters await the starting gun for the 47th annual Gasquet Raft Race near the Horace Gasquet bridge Saturday on the Smith River. Del Norte Triplicate / Michael Zogg
47th Annual Gasquet Raft Race draws 159 entries for 2.5 mile float down the Smith 

Ready, set, boom! Smoke filled the air as racers dug their paddles into the water in an attempt to get ahead.

The 47th annual Gasquet Raft Race, presented by the American Legion on Saturday, had 159 entries this year. According to Jina Bowen, Event Coordinator, “That’s about 50 less than last year,” she said.


Supervisors to discuss Grand Jury response

Board plans to take full 90 days to examine the report 

Today at 10 a.m. the Del Norte County Board of Supervisors plans to discuss direction to give County Administrator Jay Sarina regarding the draft of a letter supervisors must submit in response to the 2015/16 Grand Jury Report.

Sarina said the Board has 90 days from the publication of the report to file a response with the court.


School district kicks off with Ready? Set! ‘K’

Register your child for kindergarten and they can be one of eight winners to receive a K-pad.

Del Norte County Unified School District (DNCUSD) has launched its ‘Ready? Set! ‘K’ campaign in an outreach effort toward parents and guardians with kindergarten-age children.


One disaster away from homelessness

Nannette Reid, is in her 70s. And like so many on a fixed income, she is losing ground fast. 

Every month she receives the same check and it seems like every month the cost of living rises. Her income is just enough to cover expenses. She has no money beyond that. No safety net. Meanwhile the trailer she lives in is falling apart around her.

Her situation began 24 years ago when in 1998 she used her Social Security settlement to buy a mobile home in the Spruce Haven Mobile park. The home even came with a travel trailer that she lives in today. Reid planned to live there the rest of her life.


Second cougar sighting in Brookings area

Another cougar sighting has been reported in the Brookings area — this one in the driveway of a Tuttle Lane home in Harbor on July 1.

“The alarm sounded at 10:45 p.m. and I went out to see what was in the driveway,” said Vickie Jewell. “With the sensor lights on we could see the whole event. We watched until it dragged its prize up the hill into the darkness.”


Emergency Dispatch Call Logs, July 9-11, 2016

Excerpts from the call logs for the Del Norte County Sheriff’s Office and the Crescent City Police Department, July 9–11.

Friday, July 8

Note: From 6 p.m.

At 6:01 p.m., a caller on Highway 199 reported a male subject in a small field right before Hiouchi who is just laying on the ground not moving.

At 6:27 p.m., a caller on the 1300 block of Douglas Street reported that a male subject pounded on her door and walked away in an unknown direction of travel.

At 6:49 p.m., a caller on the 100 block of Klamath Blvd. reported that her children’s father was kicking her kids out of the home. The father lives six hours away and she wanted documentation only.


Summer sprucing

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A maintenance crew works on the roof of Del Norte High School on Wednesday afternoon. Del Norte Triplicate / Bryant Anderson
Schools ticking off summer to-do list of maintenance, upkeep and building projects 

Students may be off but Del Norte County Unified School District (DNCUSD) administrators and the maintenance crew is working through the summer on construction projects as well as a thorough maintenance at all DNCUSD school sites. 

Jeff Napier, assistant superintendent, business services, said “General maintenance at all of the school sites include floor finishing, cleaning and routine upkeep.

“In addition to general maintenance, special summer projects are underway and planned to be completed by the end of summer,” Napier said.


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