City water system sees changes, gets upgrades

Technical difficulties at Tuesday’s special City Council meeting prevented residents from hearing a presentation by … Read more

County jobless rate continues to improve

Del Norte County’s jobless rate continued to show improvement in May, according to the California … Read more

Glimpse of 1992

A day after Sunset High School bid 43 graduates farewell, its current students, staff and … Read more

Harbor initiative cleared for November ballot

A citizens initiative that could bring the Crescent City Harbor enough revenue to pay down … Read more

County Board adopts personal cannabis ordinance

Despite some bickering Tuesday, Del Norte County supervisors unanimously approved a Personal Cannabis Cultivation Ordinance, … Read more

Delegation packing bags for Japan

A delegation of 15 local officials are leaving Saturday for Rikuzentakata, Japan and will get … Read more

CR students ride for free on RCT

Redwood Coast Transit is offering free rides to students enrolled at College of the Redwoods’ … Read more

"Giants of land and sea"

The Yurok Tribe’s efforts to revitalize the Klamath River’s once substantial salmon runs will be … Read more

Effort begins to recall Gitlin, Berkowitz

An effort is afoot to recall Del Norte County Supervisors Roger Gitlin and Bob Berkowitz … Read more

Police dogs take drugs off the street

This month, Crescent City Police K9s have sniffed out a notable amount of drugs and … Read more

Port O’ Pints wins bronze in Denver with Irish red ale

Crescent City’s own Port O’ Pints took home a bronze medal in the Denver International … Read more

Richards managing Advanced Security Systems branch

John Richards is the new manager for the Crescent City branch of Advanced Security Systems, … Read more

Six Rivers National Forest offices to close all day Thursday

Six Rivers National Forest offices, including the Gasquet Ranger District, will be closed Thursday due … Read more

Stout protection

Viewing platform installed to guard iconic tree

Visitors to Stout Grove will notice a wooden viewing platform around its most iconic tree. … Read more

Loftin confesses, plea entry set

Family members of homicide victim Romeo Glaze were surprised to hear Deputy District Attorney Todd … Read more

"Bird Box" spending tallied

With a crew of 351 staying at local hotels, eating at local restaurants and shopping … Read more

Election results unchanged after further counting

The outcome of Tuesday’s election hasn’t changed, according the latest numbers released Thursday by the … Read more

Rancheria announces plan to close golf course

Del Norte Golf Course will be closing July 1 and some golfers would like to … Read more

Sutter Coast hands out scholarships

Seven local high school students received a total of $5,000 in scholarships Wednesday from Sutter … Read more

Volunteers needed for Saturday cleanup

The Interfaith Fellowship Council is looking for volunteers to help with cleanup and painting at … Read more

Summer Food Program starts June 18

School may be winding down, but Del Norte kids ages 0-18 will still be able … Read more

CBS and NBC return to Charter cable users

Charter cable subscribers will be able to access the local CBS and NBC affiliates for … Read more

Election 2018: Incumbents triumphant

Incumbent Del Norte County Supervisors Chris Howard and Gerry Hemmingsen retained their seats with solid … Read more

Loftin arrested four years after killing

A murder charge was filed Wednesday and an arrest made in a four-year-old homicide that … Read more

Turnout numbers incorrect on state website

Data from the California Secretary of State’s website showing Del Norte County had the highest … Read more

Personal cannabis ordinance passed by Council

By a 4-1 vote Monday the Crescent City Council approved an ordinance regulating cultivation of … Read more

Harbor crab numbers up slightly from last year

Despite a late start to the season, commercial fishermen brought slightly more Dungeness crab to … Read more

Del Norte Trail Alliance receives grant to clean up local trails

The Del Norte Trial Alliance plans to put a $4,700 grant to use this summer … Read more

Help researchers study local elk

California Department of Fish and Wildlife is reminding people while elk are magnificent to see … Read more

Howland Hill Road closed next week

Howland Hill Road through Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park will be closed to vehicle traffic … Read more

Voters happy with incumbents

Incumbent Del Norte County Supervisors Chris Howard and Gerry Hemmingsen retained their seats with solid … Read more

Water safety day at harbor

A long list of agencies came together Friday to teach all aspects of water safety … Read more

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