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CR begins security upgrades

The College of the Redwoods has initiated several campus safety upgrades in communications, infrastructure, and personnel at their locations in Crescent City and Eureka, according to a press release from the college.

Emergency Dispatch Call Logs, Nov. 9-12

Excerpts from the Del Norte County emergency dispatch call logs Nov. 9-12:

Monday, November 9

At 12:31 a.m., caller requests the removal of two dogs from inside a business on the 400 block of M Street.

News of Record, Nov. 6-12

Del Norte County Superior Court felony and misdemeanor sentencings for the week of Nov. 6–12 include:

Kimberly A. Lourenzo, 49, Crescent City, was sentenced to 30 days in jail for probation violation.

Man escapes car wreck off U.S. 199 with minor injuries, car rolled into Smith River

A 38-year-old White City, Oregon, man suffered minor injuries Wednesday when his 2006 Ford careened off Highway 199, rolling down an embankment and landing upside down in the Middle Fork Smith River.

Conservation Corps offers diploma, job skills help for young adults

Young adults have an opportunity to earn their high school diploma, gain job skills and potentially earn scholarship money.

Costs saved, fugitive lost

Shirley Rush, 65, is under investigation in Del Norte County and sought on warrants from Arkansas and Missouri.
An alleged con artist wanted for decades by several states was briefly in custody in Del Norte County but slipped away from law enforcement trying to save the county some money.

The 65-year old woman identified as Shirley Rush came to Crescent City no later than September. Since then she is believed to have written more than $40,000 in bad checks, according to a press release issued Thursday by Del Norte County District Attorney Dale Trigg.

Counties in Arkansas and Missouri are willing to extradite Rush on active felony warrants for similar crimes in their states. 

Sutter case heads to private mediation

A lawsuit alleging Sutter Coast Hospital violated a contract through which it received land to build the hospital might be settled in private mediation next week.  

If a settlement is not reached, Judge Leslie C. Nichols announced during a court hearing Thursday that he is inclined to decide the case from the bench and not grant a jury trial as requested by the plaintiff, Beverly Hussey.

Hussey, widow of the man who donated land for the hospital to be built, alleges Sutter Coast’s pursuit of a Critical Access Hospital designation, which brings in higher Medicare reimbursement for rural hospitals, would degrade the hospital to a point that it would violate the Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions (CC&Rs) contract that outlined how the donated land could be used.

Caltrans says Last Chance Grade fix going as quickly as possible

Last Chance Grade’s precarious placement on a sliding seaboard has the county abuzz over how to fix it fastest, while Caltrans maintains it’s doing all it can to move the project along.

“The reason I brought up the emergency status is because Caltrans hasn’t given us any answers short of declaring that,” Kurt Stremberg said at Thursday’s Del Norte Local Transportation Commission meeting.

When U.S. 101 collapsed north of Klamath in 1972, it proved fatal for both of Stremberg’s parents. To save his neighbors the heartache, Stremberg has made it his onus since then to keep the slide out from happening again.

School Board mulls upping hours for instructional aides

The Del Norte County Unified School District Board took a cursory look Thursday at increasing instructional aides’ hours to furnish its special education program with better trained and invested staff.

At 3.5 hours a day maximum, the aides have little reason not to call in sick frequently or quit early, according to a study on the district’s special education program prepared in May by School Services of California, Inc.

With no retirement plan, “there’s no reason to save sick leave if you’re 3.5,” said Assistant Superintendent of Business Services Jeff Napier.

O'Rourke, Masten trailing in early results

Preliminary results from Tuesday’s runoff election were announced Wednesday, favoring new leadership on the Yurok Tribal Council

James Dunlap took 576 votes for chair over incumbent Thomas P. O’Rourke’s 383.

The race for vice chair was slightly closer, with David L. Gensaw Sr. winning 543 votes. Incumbent Susan Masten claimed 410.

The Election Board meets Nov. 16, to certify results.

Contact the Election Department at 707-482-1350 or This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it for more information.

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