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Yurok executive director dies of heart attack

Fletcher remembered as great Yurok, fisheries advocate 

Troy Fletcher, the Yurok Tribe’s long-time executive director and the tribe’s first fisheries manager, died suddenly of a heart attack Friday evening.

As executive director, Fletcher sowed the seeds that started the tribe’s natural resource protection programs, according to a Yurok Tribe press release. He is also responsible for ending a generations-long conflict between many competing Klamath River interests including farmers, commercial fishermen, a power company, environmental groups and other tribes.

Del Norte Library: Brand new board “will be tutored”

Amid an air of public confusion all four board seats were replaced with new members Friday at the Friends of The Del Norte Library’s annual membership meeting.

Name released in fatal collision

Jacob J. Shephard, 31, of Grants Pass died from injuries suffered in a crash Thursday near Cave Junction, according to Oregon State Police. 

Pedestrian killed on U.S. 101 crosswalk in Arcata

A  pedestrian was killed Sunday night in Arcata when struck by a car while walking in the traffic lanes on U.S. 101, according to a press release from the California Highway Patrol.

Emergency Dispatch Call Logs, Nov. 20-22

Excerpts from the Del Norte County emergency dispatch call logs Nov. 20-22:

Friday, November 20

At 12:16 a.m., caller says she thinks somebody is underneath her house on the 600 block of East Hoover Avenue.

Settlement with Sutter

The land on Washington Boulevard that Sutter Coast Hospital was built on was donated by Sonny Hussey over 20 years ago. Del Norte Triplicate / Bryant Anderson
Hussey lawsuit settled, specifics not yet released 

Beverley Hussey has settled her lawsuit against parent company Sutter Health over plans to slash the number of beds at Crescent City’s Sutter Coast Hospital.

True North holds immigration summit

Israel De Luna, of Smith River, was among two dozen or so Del Norters to come down for Saturday’s immigration summit in Eureka.
 Scores of community members from Tribal lands, Del Norte, and Humboldt counties converged Saturday afternoon at an immigration summit held in Eureka by the True North Organizing Network.

“Great Spirit of Life, here we have gathered your diverse people,” said Rev. Bryan Jessup of Unitarian Universalist Fellowship in Bayside, among opening remarks at the summit’s press conference.

Among those present were at least 16 community members from Del Norte, dozens from Humboldt, and representatives of Hoopa, Yurok, Wiyot, and Karuk Tribes.

Electronic voting machines leased

Annual cost of $110k gives county upgrade flexibility, clerk/recorder says 

The county will lease almost two dozen new voting machines as part of a statewide effort to improve election administration and enhance accessibility for voters. 

Library boosters board resigns

The Friends of the Del Norte Library went seeking new board members at its annual meeting Friday night when all four officers announced their resignation en masse. 

“It’s not out of meanness,” said President Charlie Wick, prior to the meeting. “Our secretary has gotten ill. I’ve taken another job. (Treasurer) Kelley (Nolan) has a new grandchild.” 

Tubes to measure traffic are deployed

What’s up with all the black-tube traffic-monitors running across the streets of Crescent City and out in the county?


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