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Papers unveil new products

Read more...With new designs, upgraded technology and expanded territory, the Del Norte Triplicate and Curry Coastal Pilot have announced major changes in their Wild Rivers Coast tourism marketing products for 2014.

Under the overall brand of “Go Wild Rivers Coast,” the two newspapers are:


Airport runway funding sought

City may help, but $1.8M loan is needed through county

The Crescent City Council has agreed to provide funding that would help the Border Coast Regional Airport Authority complete its runway safety area expansion project.


Family asks for help to find missing woman

Danielle Nicole Brooks-Bertolini is 5 feet 3 inches and weighs 115 pounds. Submitted
A local family is asking for the public’s assistance in helping to locate a Fortuna woman who is missing.

Danielle Nicole Brooks-Bertolini, 23, was reported missing to the Fortuna Police Department on Feb. 19.


State Senate hopeful pays visit to Del Norte

A Santa Rosa accountant who hopes to represent Del Norte as its state senator visited Crescent City on Wednesday to gather signatures and turn them into the county Elections Office. 

Lawrence Wiesner stationed himself just outside the post office and spoke with residents on topics ranging from education reform to gun rights and his position on the Jefferson state effort. 


Alder Camp is inaccessible

On Tuesday afternoon, a CalFire official walks around the washout that made Alder Conservation Camp inaccessible to vehicles. Del Norte Triplicate / Bryant Anderson
From invasive weed pulling to fighting fires, the inmates at Alder Conservation Camp in Klamath are used to manual labor.

But hauling boxes of eggs and slinging sacks of potatoes over their shoulders in order to supply the camp with food is probably a new one.


Thievery in the redwood parks

Evening closure eyed for parkway as preventative step

An 8- by 10-foot burl was hacked from this redwood last year. Courtesy of Redwood National and State Parks
Thefts of natural resources in the redwood parks has officials planning to close a portion of Newton B. Drury Scenic Parkway during evening hours.


Tell us your stories of the 1964 tidal waves

Next month brings the 50th anniversary of the tsunami that devastated Crescent City and also hit other parts of Del Norte County on March 27-28, 1964.

If you were here then and would like to share your memories of that night and the days that followed, email them to This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it or send them by regular mail to Triplicate Newsroom,  312 H St., Crescent City, CA 95531.


City considers how to allocate its Block Grants

Recipients include RHS and the Head Start building

Upgrades to the Crescent City Head Start building and a sewer project on B Street will be included in Crescent City’s 2014 application for Community Development Block Grant funding.


Briefs Feb. 20, 2014

Sinkhole on Highway 101

An active sinkhole on U.S. Highway 101 south of Crescent City has Caltrans staff constantly monitoring the situation in case it becomes something bigger.

The sink area is at mile post 17.7, roughly 2.6 miles south of the entrance to the Mill Creek Campground.


Smith times two

Del Norte Triplicate / Adam Spencer
The return of winter rain to Del Norte County reinvigorates its rivers, including the Middle and South Forks of the Smith, which were roiling in the morning mist as they converged Thursday.
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