>Crescent City California News, Sports, & Weather | The Triplicate

News Classifieds Web
web powered by Web Search Powered by Google

Home arrow News arrow Local News

Local News

Cold rain, wind and maybe snow for weekend


Crescent City's secret garden

Scenic area has a bad reputation and few visitors

Read more...
The view across one of the ponds at Elk Creek Park, a 160-acre wildlife refuge behind Safeway in Crescent City. (The Daily Triplicate/ Bryant Anderson)

A plaque sits alone, unreadable and overgrown by trailing blackberries as great blue herons stand in a reflection of the sky; all within walking distance of downtown Crescent City.

Nearby, a homeless man sits drinking beer, head bowed and oblivious to the geese, ducks and other waterfowl cruising the nearby wetlands.

Elk Creek Park is Crescent City’s own secret garden. Just behind Safeway lies a 160-acre wildlife refuge and park that, despite beautiful grassy paths, arching willows and numerous interpretive signs, rarely attracts visitors.


Race riot breaks out at prison

23 black and white inmates join fray
 

 

Correctional officers deployed chemical agents, including pepper spray and tear gas, and fired three warning shots to squelch a riot at Pelican Bay State Prison on Thursday morning.


Fluoride issue headed for City Council




Reese joins solid waste management board

The Del Norte Solid Waste Management Authority has appointed former city councilman and county commissioner Jack Reese as the fifth member of its board.

Judge acquits Sutter of trespass charge

A judge Wednesday acquitted a Crescent City woman who was charged with trespassing at a local bar.

State eyes fishing businesses

The California Salmon Council is reaching out to salmon-related businesses in Del Norte County to identify which one are eligible for relief funds.


Holiday activities


Salmon celebration starts tonight

The good news about spawning comes just in time for this weekend’s celebration of the life cycle of salmon, “Smith River: A Salmon Stronghold.”

Fish-counters like what they see

After a year of bad news about failing salmon fisheries, experts are quietly optimistic about the numbers of salmon spawning in the Smith River Basin.


<< Start < Previous page 521 522 523 524 525 526 527 528 529 530 Next page > End >>

Triplicate front page

Get home delivery of the Triplicate for only $7.94 a month. After filling out one simple and secure online form you could be on your way to learning more about your city, state and world than you ever have before.
subscribe


Del Norte Triplicate:

312 H Street
P.O. Box 277
Crescent City, CA 95531

(707) 464-2141
webmaster@triplicate.com

Follow The Triplicate headlines on Follow The Triplicate headlines on Twitter

© Copyright 2001 - 2016 Western Communications, Inc. All rights reserved. By Using this site you agree to our Terms of Use