County extends cannabis growing ban on tribal lands

Joint meeting held with Yurok Tribe to discuss reasons

The Del Norte County Board of Supervisors has extended a moratorium on new cannabis permit … Read more

Bird shorts out power to Smith River, Fort Dick

A bird is the likely culprit of a power outage that affected 975 customers in … Read more

Six Rivers seeks public comment on OHV grant proposal

Six Rivers National Forest and USDA Forest Service law enforcement staff is seeking public input … Read more

Public Health Branch to hold health assessment meeting

The county public health branch seeks the community’s input on the health and wellness of … Read more

Redwood Parks Conservancy gets new executive director

The nonprofit organization that supports Redwood National and State Parks will receive a new executive … Read more

Homeless numbers said to be consistent

While preliminary numbers released in the county’s yearly Point-in-Time Count are showing an increase in … Read more

Snow blankets sea level areas north of Crescent City

For the second time in less than a week the sea level denizens of Del … Read more

Firefighters respond to fully engulfed mobile home

It took more than three hours for firefighters from Crescent City, Fort Dick and Pelican … Read more

The reason your clocks may have been blinking

Pacific Power says an outage affecting about 1,900 customers in and around Crescent City Saturday … Read more

‘It’s about the children. Always’

First 5 Del Norte’s anniversary celebration will have all the trappings of the best kids’ … Read more

Former District Attorney Dale Trigg hired by Mendocino County

Former Del Norte County District Attorney Dale P. Trigg, who abruptly left that position in … Read more

Commission recommends CESA listing for spring-run chinook

The California Fish and Game Commission on Wednesday recommended the Klamath-Trinity spring-run chinook as a … Read more

Lake Earl breached

Flooding over Kellogg Road was one of the indicators that the sandbar keeping Lakes Earl … Read more

Caltrans to ask for $40 million for Last Chance

Local and state legislators are excited money may soon become available to pay for environmental … Read more

Reward being offered in Smith River Homicide investigation

A $10,000 reward is being offered for information that will lead to the arrest and … Read more

Commission recommends CESA listing for spring-run chinook

The California Fish and Game Commission on Wednesday recommended the Klamath-Trinity spring-run chinook as a … Read more

Council, harbor discuss removal of dams

Out of two local governing bodies that heard presentations on Klamath dam removal this week, … Read more

City Council discusses possible park camping rules

City Attorney Martha Rice reflected Monday on the Sept. 9 ruling by the Ninth Circuit … Read more

Firefighters tackle house fire

On Wednesday, February 6, 2019 at 3:38 PM Crescent City Fire & Rescue responded with … Read more

Former CHP officer arrested in Wash.

James A. Lambert, a former officer of the California Highway Patrol office in Crescent City, … Read more

Memorial for Officer Davis to take place Feb. 9

The California Highway Patrol will be coordinating a memorial service Saturday for retired Officer Douglas … Read more

Snow day in Del Norte

People living and working at sea level in Del Norte County experienced a rare event … Read more

Police see more thefts from cars

Crescent City police notified residents Monday via social media that officers have noticed an increase … Read more

Petition to list spring Klamath chinook as endangered considered

The California Fish and Game Commission on Wednesday will consider a petition to list spring … Read more

Dengler: Earthquake swarm good reminder to be prepared

Though a swarm of about a dozen earthquakes jiggled an area south of Humboldt Bay … Read more

Snow falls in Crescent City

People living and working at sea level in Del Norte County experienced a rare event … Read more

who’s a good boy? Patients say champ is

Sometimes the best therapists don’t say a thing. They let you run your fingers through … Read more

Harbor to discuss dam removal

Following a presentation from Pacific Power representatives Tuesday, Crescent City Harbor commissioners will weigh in … Read more

Snow expected in inland areas this weekend

Meteorologists at National Weather Service offices in Northern California are posting a range of warnings … Read more

Changes coming to Triplicate

For 140 years now the Del Norte Triplicate has been the newspaper of record and … Read more

National Forest resumes normal hours following shutdown

The Gasquet Ranger District has resumed its normal business hours since it and other areas … Read more

CR literary magazine accepting entries

College of the Redwoods’ literary magazine is accepting submissions from community members, staff and students. … Read more

Inmates to keep up highways

Inmates from Pelican Bay State Prison walked the four-lane section of U.S. 101 north of … Read more

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