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Feds double flows to Klamath

Parasite found in salmon prompts sudden increase 

After a deadly parasite that killed nearly 70,000 Klamath salmon in 2002 was detected in Lower Klamath River salmon Monday, a federal agency increased flows from a reservoir on the Trinity River, the Klamath’s largest tributary, to flush out the parasite.

U.S. Bureau of Reclamation doubled the flows from the Trinity River reservoir, Trinity Lake, on Tuesday and said it will keep the flows up for seven days to prevent the spread of Ich (pronounced “ick”), a common name for the non-native parasite Ichthyophthirius multifiliis and the disease that it causes. 


Four men sought in Monday shooting

A house party went awry Monday night when a 19-year-old man was shot in the leg following a scuffle outside a residence, Crescent City Police officials say.

The investigation into the shooting is ongoing, but the police department says it is looking for four suspects described as males in their late teens or early 20s in a white four-door sedan.


RV park renovation will start in October

Construction at Shoreline RV Park will soon be underway.

After a presentation and discussion at Monday’s City Council meeting in which McLennan Excavation Inc. was awarded a contract for the renovations, construction at the city-owned Shoreline RV Park will begin in early October as required by a grant received for the project. 


Free emergency training offered

Del Norte County will be offering free Community Emergency Response Team classes for interested Del Norte residents for three days in November. 


Pounding the Parkway

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Darcy Jo Glore, front, and Allan Sindelar run through a forested stretch of the 5K at Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park. Del Norte Triplicate / Michael Zogg
Runners of all ages take advantage of road closure in half-marathon and 5K races 

The first-ever Run in the Redwoods drew 75 participants to Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park to take advantage of Newton B. Drury Parkway’s closure on Saturday for 5K and half-marathon races.

“It is a fundraiser to do some trail improvement here, but it is also an opportunity just to get people out into the parks and realize that we have fantastic public land to support,” said Cathy Bonser, executive director of the Redwood Parks Association. “Every year the parkway is closed to vehicles on this day, and we encourage hikers and bikers to come out. We thought, ‘Why not have runners, too?’ This was a good way to publicize that.”


College of the Redwoods president to retire in 2015

College of the Redwoods President Kathy Smith announced Monday that she plans to retire when her contract is up at the end of June 2015.

In an email to college staff on Friday afternoon, followed by a Monday morning press release, Smith said that she had informed the Board of Trustees last week that she will retire at the end of June, the end of her three-year contract, in order to visit family and travel. She started as president in 2012.

 


Attemped murder charge after fight

A dispute early Sunday morning at a local campground turned violent, resulting in three arrests, including one on an attempted murder charge, after a 49-year-old male was rushed to the hospital following an alleged blow to the head from a flashlight, according to Del Norte County Sheriff officials.


New director at county health department

The new director of county Health and Human Services is one week in at her new job.

Barbara Pierson was appointed to the position at a Board of Supervisors special meeting earlier this month and began working last week. She has more than 30 years of experience in health care, including working as the Behavioral Health Director of Lassen County for the past two years as well as a clinic manager at the Community Health Center in Del Norte County.


Under new law, drivers must give 3 feet to bikes

A new state law requiring drivers to give 3 feet of clearance when passing bicyclists traveling in the same direction took effect Tuesday, according to the California Department of Motor Vehicles. 


Texaco tear-down

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Del Norte Triplicate / Stacy Pottorff
An old Texaco gas station on the 200 block of L Street across from Wild Bill’s Off the Beach was demolished Monday. Community Development Director Eric Taylor said that although there are no plans at this time, the property owners wanted to get the dilapidated building out of the way.


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