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Vet’s trek is for fallen in the War on Terror

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As part of a 7,100-kilometer cross-country hike to raise awareness for fallen vets and their families, Mike Viti walked through Jed Smith Redwoods State Park on Howland Hill Road on Thursday. Courtesy of Alex Larson
 When Mike Viti returned to civilian life after being discharged from the Army last August, he was surprised at how little the American public seemed to think about the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.


Honoring veterans: ‘I finally got my parade’

 

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Lou Goodgame, second from left, was one of three veterans who placed a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Courtesy of Lou Goodgame
 Honor Flight program sends Del Norte vets to memorials in capital

Lou Goodgame and Hiram “Stan” Jones were still in their seats in Chicago when nearly 100 people came up to shake their hands.


Hospital CEO Horn stepping down, citing health

Read more... Linda Horn, the CEO of Sutter Coast Hospital since April 2013, announced that she will be stepping down from her post after learning last week that her cancer has returned.


Supervisors to vote on signs honoring veterans

Soon, anyone driving through Del Norte could know that veterans are respected around here.


Howland Hill to be closed to vehicles

Two unpaved roads at different sections of Redwood National and State Parks will be closed to vehicle traffic to allow for maintenance work.


Choral Concert set for May 27

Del Norte High School’s Spring Choral Concert will be held at 7 p.m. on Tuesday in Crescent Elk Auditorium. Admission at the door is $5 general and $3 for students and seniors.


Harbor clears $2.5M hurdle

Enough fishermen provide information to secure grant 

After fears that the Crescent City Harbor District would be forced to repay half of a $5 million grant used to rebuild the inner boat basin, commercial fishermen and harbor-based businesses prevented such a scenario by documenting that the port’s existence helps provide them with jobs.


Senators introduce Klamath water bill

Legislation would enact agreements on dam removal, water rights and stream flow 

Upper Klamath Basin water sharing legislation introduced Wednesday by California and Oregon’s United States Senators includes authorization of the agreements that will remove four dams on the Klamath River and pump millions of dollars into improving salmon runs in the basin.


10 months for role in embezzling from tribe

Read more... The Humboldt County biologist who falsified several dozen work invoices and helped embezzle almost $1 million dollars from the Yurok Tribe was sentenced on Tuesday to less than a year in prison.


Tribal council: Newcomer, two incumbents win

Two incumbents were re-elected and one council member lost her position to a newcomer in the Smith River Rancheria Tribal Council election for three at-large seats.


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