Indigo Creek Outfitters recently helped Gasquet shuttle driver Brad Camden fulfill his dream of taking his family down the North Fork Smith, a celebrated whitewater run. Courtesy of Will Volpert / Indigo Creek Outfitters
Every morning at 7 a.m. during the rainy winter season, “Bearfoot” Brad Camden goes down to the Gasquet forks swimming hole to check the height of the North Fork Smith River using lines he personally painted on the pipe that draws Gasquet’s water supply.
As of today, “Doonesbury” is out and “Non Sequitur” is in on the Triplicate comics page.
“It was that or publish reruns,” said Triplicate publisher and editor Richard Wiens, referring to the fact that “Doonesbury” writer Garry Trudeau has stopped penning his longtime daily comic strip so that he can continue work on “Alpha House,” a video comedy series.
Smith River principal Paige Swan speaks at an assembly Monday: “Students are what this building is all about.” Del Norte Triplicate / Bryant Anderson
“It’s been a long time coming.”
Those words from the famous Sam Cooke song, “A Change is Gonna Come,” were spoken by several people in Smith River on Monday as school staff, students and community members celebrated the grand opening of the Smith River Community Gymnasium.
Ex-assistant principal’s lawyers can’t convince judge to overturn the jury’s verdict against him
An alcohol-related crash that killed one person sent another to state prison Monday when former Crescent Elk Middle School Assistant Principal Coulter Mann was sentenced to three years on charges of driving under the influence and causing injury.
There’s also slight chance advisory vote may be delayed
County supervisors’ approval of a Jefferson-state advisory measure for the June 3 ballot means tight deadlines for those wanting to submit arguments for and against the movement, according to the Del Norte County elections officer.