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Rape and kidnapping case retried

The retrial of a Crescent City man charged last year with forcible rape and rape in concert with a kidnapping began on Tuesday after a 12-person jury failed to reach a verdict in a four-day trial in early May.

Wilson Lor, who was 16 when the incident took place on Jan. 11, 2015, is accused of participating in the rape of a then-24 year old Crescent City woman along with two unknown subjects at Lor’s house on 6th Avenue and C Street.


Veteranís woes donít end with dog attack

Richard Hagan, a disabled veteran, says he was sitting in his home June 2, when he was attacked by his neighbor’s bull terrier.

The dog severely damaged his left hand almost ripping his thumb completely off, Hagan said. It wasn’t to be the worst of his problems.



Harbor upgrading phone, software systems

Ever have trouble calling the Harbor District? Harbormaster Charlie Helms feels your pain. An old phone system has been causing missed communications and lost voice messages and just general communication mayhem, he said.


State regains medical control at PBSP

SACRAMENTO — California is regaining responsibility for providing medical care at Pelican Bay State Prison after a decade of reforms.

A federal court-appointed receiver on Wednesday gave the state Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation control of inmate health care at PBSP and one another state prison, Centinela.


McGuire seeks system to track prescriptions given to foster children

California foster kids are prescribed psychotropic drugs at an ever increasing rate without any oversight or accountability, according to state Sen. Mark McGuire. 

“Over the past fifteen years, the rate of foster youth prescribed psychotropic medication has increased 1,400 percent,” McGuire said in a press release Wednesday. “The state must advance data driven protections which will ensure outlier prescribers are held accountable.”


Public welcome at amateur radio field day event

Del Norters are invited to learn about amateur radio Saturday and even get a chance to appear on the air.


Emergency Dispatch Call Logs, June 20-22, 2016

Excerpts from the call logs for the Del Norte County Sheriff’s Office and the Crescent City Police Department, June 20–22:

Monday, June 20

Note: From 6:03 p.m.

At 7:47 p.m., report of a vehicle fire between Orick and Klamath.

At 8:09 p.m., report of a vehicle driving with tags from 2015 on U.S. 101 near Smith River.


B street nears finish line

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Crews are laying groundcloth and grading B Street in preparation for repaving as the sewer rehabilitation project nears its end. Del Norte Triplicate / Bryant Anderson
All but a small punchlist of items expected to be completed by July 4 

Under the bright rays of the first summer sun Monday, Casey McLennon of McLennon Excavation put the finishing touches on the $1.4 million B Street Sewer Rehabilitation Project. 

The B Street Sewer Project involved replacing the existing 18-inch line between 2nd Street and the treatment plant and along B Street with a new 36 inch diameter sewer line, according to Public Utility Director Eric Wier.


Last Chance campaign launched

 

Ads urge North Coast to appeal to officials for help

A campaign to increase Last Chance Grade awareness is spreading through Humboldt County.

Brian Papstein, owner and manager of radio station KURY, 95.3 FM and 910 AM, is spearheading a series of on-air commercials encouraging Del Norte and Humboldt County locals to reach out to state and federal officials asking for help with Last Chance Grade.

“A cornucopia of entities, from business owners, to schools, healthcare, sheriff deputies, local manufacturers and more are reaching out to help educate and spread the word,” said Papstein.


Harrington House seeks large pool of volunteers

Del Norte County’s domestic violence shelter will hold a training session next month and is hoping to draw from as big a pool of volunteers as it can.

Jolanda Ingram, the Harrington House’s new director, said the facility needs volunteers for a plethora of jobs ranging from manning its 24-hour crisis telephone line and staffing the emergency shelter to helping with peer support groups and being an advocate for clients as they figure out how to leave an abusive relationship.

Those who want to volunteer must be able to pass a background check, a drug screening and have a good driving record. They also have to be able to work with Harrington House’s hours, which could include working the graveyard shift at the emergency shelter, Ingram said.


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