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Solid Waste Authority Board debates future direction

Following the recommendation of an independent consultant’s assessment, the Del Norte Solid Waste Management Authority Board held a special meeting last week to debate the future direction of the embattled public agency that handles all local trash and recycling issues.

First up on the list of pressing issues was what to do about the top two staff positions at the authority: program manager and executive director.


Driver of Harley dies from crash off 199

A motorcyclist died on Tuesday evening after he struck a guardrail and was thrown down a ravine on Highway 199.


According to the California Highway Patrol, Robert Gatlin, 59, of Gold Beach, was traveling alone southbound on Highway 199 on a Harley-Davidson when he left the roadway and struck a guardrail just north of mile marker 24 on Tuesday around 5 p.m.


Collision on 101 diverts traffic

A collision on U.S. Highway 101 in front of Anchor Beach Inn left both drivers with minor injuries and caused the highway to close for about half an hour on Tuesday.

Christina Zendejas, 26, of Crescent City pulled her Chevy Astro out of the Anchor Beach parking lot onto Highway 101 just before 1 p.m., according to a press release from the California Highway Patrol.


Teen girls arrested for kidnapping minor

A Crescent City woman and a juvenile were arrested late Tuesday night by the Del Norte County Sheriff’s Office following an altercation that occurred on the 200 block of Maiden Lane.

Kianna Ownsbey, 18, of Crescent City was arrested on charges of kidnapping and accessory and a suspected accomplice, a 17-year-old female whose name was withheld due to her age, was sent to juvenile hall, Del Norte Sheriff’s Commander Bill Steven said.


Pelican Bay's inmate firefighters find a place to do some good

Members of Pelican Bay State Prison’s inmate firefighting program practice outside their firehouse. Del Norte Triplicate / Bryant Anderson
“We’re clamp sliding! We’re moving!” 

Three firefighters in heavy yellow jackets and helmets are crowded around a bulky hose connected to a fire engine — a pale yellow one, not the traditional red. The hose is blasting water 20 feet in front of them, and on command the firefighters begin to maneuver through a corridor of wooden pallets that have been set up outside the firehouse to simulate a burning structure.

The nozzleman — that’s the firefighter on the front of the hose shouting the commands — begins to move forward, and the guys behind him follow as water continues to shoot wildly around.


Radio personality ‘Dapper Dutch’ fondly recalled

For Homer “Dutch” Dremann, better known to his friends as Dutch, dedication meant a lot.

From the songs he’d dedicate to his wife Katherine on the radio — “And this one’s for Lady Kay,” he’d say — to the various hobbies and aspirations that he kept up with throughout his entire life, to the loyalty and encouragement he gave unconditionally to his family, friends, and strangers, Dutch could only be considered passionate, people who knew him say.


Sutter Coast names Hanna interim CEO

An interim CEO for Sutter Coast Hospital has been chosen to head Crescent City’s sole hospital while recruitment for a more long-term CEO continues.

Mitch Hanna, CEO of Sutter Auburn Faith Hospital in Auburn, has agreed to serve as the interim CEO of Sutter Coast and split his time between Auburn and Crescent City, heading both facilities at the same time, according to information released by Sutter Coast on Friday.


News of Record June 20-26

These are the misdemeanor and felony sentencings provided by the Del Norte County Superior Court for the dates of June 20–26:

Adam Link Nott, 26, Crescent City, was sentenced to 16 months in jail and fined $370 for petty theft with prior and sentenced to 12 months in jail and fined $220 for battery on a cohabitant. 

Carmina Alemar, 30, Crescent City, was sentenced to 18 months of probation and fined $620 for false/fraud claims. 


Mining foes speak

A mining company is planning to drill core samples for nickel in the watershed of Baldface Creek, shown here. The creek is one of the primary tributaries of the North Fork Smith River, which helps supply the vast majority of water for Del Norte County. Courtesy of Zach Collier / Northwest Rafting Company
 Public has 2 weeks to weigh in on strip mining in watershed 

The Oregon Water Resources Department is accepting public comment until July 8 on an application to use surface water for exploratory drilling in the North Fork Smith River watershed with the intent of operating a strip mine for nickel and other metals.



Splash Sight: Fire hydrant gushes on 101

Read more...A blue Ford pickup truck traveling south on U.S. Highway 101 lost control and spun around, striking a fire hydrant just north of Cooper Avenue in front of Home Depot at about 2 p.m. on Wednesday.

The top of the fire hydrant was separated from the base, allowing water to shoot dozens of feet into the air for about 20 minutes.

The driver of the vehicle, Deedee McDonald, was visibly shaken but unharmed and refused medical attention.

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