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Redwood Parks accessibility plan available for public review

A plan to make Redwood National Park’s programs and facilities more accessible to people with a variety of disabilities – from mobility to hearing and vision impairments — is available to read online.

The Accessibility Self-Evaluation and Transition Plan focuses on physical barriers that limit accessibility for visitors with disabilities and provides recommendations on how remove or modify barriers limiting how visitors enjoy the park and use park facilities.

The plan describes changes to facilities at key park locations such as beaches, picnic areas, and visitor centers. It will also guide changes to services, activities, and programs at federal facilities in Redwood National Park.


Emergency dispatch call logs, April 22-25, 2016

Excerpts from the Del Norte County emergency dispatch call logs, April 22-25:

Friday, April 22

Note: From 7:32 p.m.

At 8:59 p.m., report of a runaway juvenile from the 200 block of Kerby Street.

At 10:30 p.m., report of a gunshot heard near the 4400 block of North Bank road.

At 11:59 p.m., report of a barking dog bothering customers at a business on the 100 block of L Street.

Saturday, April 23

At 2:09 a.m., caller on the 900 block of 9th Street says her dog bit through her husband’s arm.

At 2:09 a.m., report of a man throwing rocks at buildings from the parking lot of Home Depot on the 500 block of U.S. 101.


'Unplugged' on television

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A television crew from Unplugged Nation experiences Big Flat, allowing a family to discover off-the-grid living. Del Norte Triplicate / Bryant Anderson
Fourteen miles up South Fork Road, a North Carolina family is discovering what off-the-grid living is like.

For the past four days, this family, including three teenagers and an 8-year-old boy, have stayed in a house powered either by generator or solar energy. Their showers are timed to conserve water and each day they care for chickens and kunekune pigs steps from the front door. All the while television cameras are rolling.

The camera crew belongs to the FYI Network show Unplugged Nation. Its host, Jay Gruen, sporting a beard, clad in flannel, is at home in the outdoors and wants to show folks that homesteading isn’t as scary as it sounds.


Crab relief money divvied up

Nearly all of the $40,000 raised locally this winter has been dealt out to crabbers who never made it to sea.

Marooned by toxic domoic acid levels in California’s Dungeness crab, fisherfolk have spent the good part of the crabbing season scraping by on whatever work or aid they could find.

The March 5 fish fry at the Del Norte County Fairgrounds, coupled with donations made to the Community Assistance Network, totaled $28,000, CAN Interim Director Stuart Nichols said.

This was divided to provide 56 fishermen who applied with their valid licenses, boat captain’s name and income a $500 check.


Deal inked to install 1.7K solar panels

Harbor Commissioners signed a memorandum of understanding with Trinergy LLC, a Florida company, moving forward with plans to install a solar panel system capable of  harnessing enough sunlight to produce 539 kilowatts of electricity.

The system includes more than 1,700 solar panels with the potential to produce more than 100 percent of the Harbor’s electrical power needs. Any excess power would be sold back to the Pacific Power via the power grid.

The system has a potential savings of $24,400 annually on the harbor’s  electric bill, according to a Harbor District solar review update.


Yuroks showcase GMO ban

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Ancestral Guard Adviser Sam Gensaw speaks at the first ever tribal food sovereignty gathering hosted by the Yurok Tribe. Native tribal members discussed ways to protect and cultivate use of traditional foods at home. Yurok Tribe / Matt Mais
The Yurok Tribe put its newly adopted GMO ban on display during a two-day indigenous food sovereignty gathering in Klamath this week, with  tribes from around the nation sharing seeds and ideas for cultivating traditional foods.

The GMO ordinance is the first enforceable ban on genetically engineered (GE) crops and animals enacted by a sovereign nation in the U.S., and is meant to be a model for other tribes.

Developing the law, then sharing and discussing it during the two-day conference, was done through a $50,000 National Congress of American Indians grant.


Roadwork around Del Norte

Flatiron West, Inc. has posted the following schedule for replacement of the George Tryon Bridge (Second Bridge) on South Fork Road:

On Monday, May 9, extended 2-hour closures, 8 a.m.-10 a.m. and noon-2 p.m.

On Thursday, May 19, all-day closure, 7 a.m.-7 p.m.


News of Record, April 7-14, 2016

Danielle Renee Stover, 45, Crescent City, was sentenced to 45 days in jail for a probation violation.

Paul Lawrence Fisher, 32, Crescent City, was sentenced to 6 days in jail for a probation violation.

Robert Christopher Saylor, 22, Crescent City, was sentenced to 30 days in jail for a probation violation.

Bridget Sarah Litz, 31, Crescent City, was sentenced to 20 days in jail, 3 years probation, and fined $2,274 for driving on a suspended driver’s license with a prior conviction.


Emergency dispatch call logs, April 20-22, 2016

Excerpts from the Del Norte County emergency dispatch call logs, April 20-22:

Wednesday, April 20

Note: From 3:24 p.m.

At 3:53 p.m., caller on the 400 block of Elk Valley Road says someone broke into a business a few days ago and stole some items.

At 5:27 p.m., caller on the 100 block of Annandale Court says her son and husband got into a fistfight but have since separated.

At 5:32 p.m., report of a person trespassing at a residence on Dell Street.


Recreational crabbing opens at Humboldt Bay

Recreational crabbers can now fish at the northern jetty of Humboldt Bay, the California Department of Fish and Wildlife announced Friday.

Recent test results show domoic acid levels in Dungeness crabs south of the Humboldt Bay entrance and in Mendocino County no longer pose a significant human health risk, according to the California Department of Fish and Wildlife. However, the commercial Dungeness crab fishery remains closed north of the Sonoma-Mendocino county line.

The recreational Dungeness fishery in Humboldt and Mendocino County ends July 30.


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