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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.

Police seek leads in teen beating case

Victim was seen shouting racial epithets before attack

Authorities are asking for the public’s help in solving the case of a 15-year-old who was beaten unconscious on Oct. 23 by four men.

“Our officer was dispatched to Social Services (880 Northcrest Drive). We got the report of a battery ... that the victim was a minor and had lost consciousness,” said Crescent City Police Chief Doug Plack.

Swift-water classroom

Del Norte County Search and Rescue volunteer Tim Sanderson crosses the river on a ‘zip line.’ Sanderson is attached to a rope and uses the force of the current to get from one side to the other.Photos courtesy of Bill Wortell
Volunteers practice on the Smith

Del Norte County Search and Rescue team members only get this chance every two to three years.

Over the weekend, the volunteers participated in a Rescue 3 International swift-water rescue certification class. Phil Turnbull, a swift-water rescue instructor and member of Josephine County Search and Rescue, put on the three-day class, said Terry McNamara, coordinator for Del Norte Search and Rescue.

Friday was classroom work, but Saturday and Sunday found rescuers on the middle fork of the Smith River by Slant Bridge — and in some cases in the river.

City panel considers wind power ordinance

Middle school project brought need to light

When Crescent Elk Middle School teacher Joe Gillespie asked the city for permission to construct a 40-foot-tall wind turbine outside his classroom, it helped trigger a discussion that might make it easier for others to do the same.

Because Gillespie needed to cut through a substantial amount of red tape to build his alternative energy project — one that is supported by city officials — the Crescent City Planning Commission decided the city needed a new ordinance that would streamline the process in the future.

Wintry blast forecast for region

Drivers warned of snow and hail, even rockslides

A dry fall means that the freezing temperatures due to hit the North Coast this weekend are a mixed blessing, experts say.

“It will be bringing some much-needed precipitation, but it is also bringing very cold air,” said National Weather Service meteorologist Troy Nicolini. “There is a huge amount of cold air draping down the coast.”

The cold front will drop temperatures so extremely that Nicolini said the area could experience everything from snow and black ice to hail and rockslides.

Three taken to hospital after bloody fight

Police: More charges likely

A man’s ear was partially punched off in an altercation Sunday night that left two men hospitalized after being severely beaten by another man, police said.

At approximately 10:29 p.m. on the 600 block of C street an altercation broke out between Coby Fiikanen, 28, and Scott Chambers, 48, and Michael Caldwell, 51, said Crescent City Chief of Police Doug Plack.

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