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Missing woman’s remains identified

Read more... Remains found in the Eel River in March have been identified as belonging to a missing Fortuna woman with family in Del Norte County that says investigators have a person of interest in the case.


No bowling for summer, at least

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A sign informs patrons that Tsunami Lanes will be closed this summer. Del Norte Triplicate / Adam Spencer
 Folks on the Wild Rivers Coast will have to spend a long time in the driving lanes if they want to put in time on the bowling lanes this summer as Crescent City’s bowling alley — the only one within 80 miles of Brookings and Crescent City — announced Friday that it will close for the season starting June 28.


Police Log, May 30, 2015

Excerpts from the Crescent City Police Department call logs for May 21–28:

Thursday, May 21

• At 12:54 a.m., report of a bonfire at 100 Battery Point Drive.

• At 12:14 p.m., request for an officer to speak with a juvenile who is in possession of stolen property on the 1300 block of El Dorado Street.


Sheriffs Logs, May 30, 2015

Excerpts from the Del Norte County Sheriff’s Office call logs for May 21–28:

Thursday, May 21

• At 9:58 a.m., report that a resident on the 1500 block of Summer Park Court had their computer hacked.

• At 11:48 a.m., report that a guest stole a housekeeper’s cell phone, hasn’t paid their bill and is refusing to leave at a motel on the 2000 block of U.S. Highway 199.


Police cannot confirm report of kidnapping

A widely-shared Facebook post on Thursday claimed that an unidentified blonde woman in a white shirt was “pushed” into the trunk of a car by two men with dark hair and skin on Gainard Street at around 10 p.m.


Owen to be sworn in as CCPD sergeant

Crescent City Police Officer Jennifer Owen will be sworn in as a sergeant Monday; her promotion comes after serving with the department for eight years.


Howland Hill closing for work

Beginning Monday, Howland Hill Road through Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park will be closed to all vehicle traffic on weekdays for annual maintenance work.  The work is expected to take approximately two weeks and is scheduled to be completed by June 12 or sooner, a press release from parks officials says.


Trees of Mystery: Right where it belongs

Read more... Felled arm restored to Trees of Mystery’s landmark Bunyan statue on Tuesday 

Paul Bunyan has his wave back.

Donnie Pollock and his crew from North Coast Fabricators in Arcata rebuilt the right arm of the 49 foot tall statue and renowned roadside attraction at Trees of Mystery. Pollock and Brent Seaman reattached the arm on Tuesday.


Smith River: Water Board plans more tests

The non-conclusive preliminary findings from a water quality testing project in the Smith River floodplain had people lined up at Tuesday’s County Board of Supervisors meeting to say they didn’t believe enough was being done to assess the health of the lower river and the humans who live nearby.


Safe sex brochure causes stir at DNHS

A brochure that contained graphic language and adult-related material was distributed to a handful of Del Norte High School students during a teen health fair on Tuesday.


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