Let the Tansy Games begin

Competition targets poisonous weed

At first Janet Gilbert thought the tansy ragwort attractive. It didn't take long for a … Read more

From the source Police face tough issues with homelessness

Court ruling allows camping, not bad behavior

A few times this month, I’ve had the opportunity to ride along with local law … Read more

Chief Minsal to retire

After 38 years in law enforcement, Crescent City Police Chief Ivan Minsal has chosen to … Read more

Knopki Creek project moves forward

National Forest officials last week finished an environmental analysis on a collaborative fuels management project … Read more

Tolowas get $500k for lead, asbestos cleanup

The Tolowa Dee-ni' Nation received a $500,000 U.S. Environmental Protection Agency grant to clean up … Read more

DNACA gets $14k for veterans program

The Del Norte Association for Cultural Awareness will continue its programs for veterans thanks to … Read more

Summer food program starts Monday

Youngsters may be on vacation next week but school district staff and other community partners … Read more

Feds return seized cannabis money

Nine months after it was seized during a traffic stop in Stanislaus County, federal customs … Read more

Meet your new Emergency Services Manager

At an emergency operations group meeting inside the Emergency Operations Center June 6, representatives of … Read more

Claim of firearm affects nearby schools

A claim that a female subject was possibly carrying a gun in the 1000 block … Read more

Kayaker’s body located in Lake Earl

After a week of searching Lake Earl, a tip from a local helicopter pilot led … Read more

KFUG gifted $25,000 from Caldwells

Using dollars to set up youth-led news program

Roughly five years after it left AM for 101.1 FM, KFUG Community Radio is using … Read more

City adopts RV ordinance

ACLU letter couldn’t delay decision

Despite a “stern letter” from the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), Northern California Division, Crescent … Read more

Heat wave brings 100-plus temps to Gasquet

Brookings reaches 95 degrees Monday

After a toasty three days that saw some parts of Del Norte County break triple … Read more

RNP 2018 visitor spending up slightly from 2017

More people visited Redwood National Park and spent money in local communities last year than … Read more

Application deadline for youth academy looms

Teens looking to explore potential career options should attend a meeting about the Youth Training … Read more

Homeless issues brought to Council

Crescent City Council recently got an earful of public comments, opinions and some suggestions about … Read more

Steele still missing, search continues

Searchers with Del Norte Sheriff’s Office and California Fish and Wildlife have been unable to … Read more

First responders teach kids water safety

Kids from every elementary school in Del Norte County were given memorable lessons in water … Read more

Yuroks receive recognition from UN

The Yurok Tribe has received recognition from the United Nations for its efforts to restore … Read more

Wildfire meeting scheduled for Thursday

National forest and park staff will host a public meeting in Gasquet next week focusing … Read more

Lake Earl Search continues

By Tuesday evening, searchers were still unable to find a Crescent City woman who was … Read more

Wanted subject still at large

A pursuit that started near Hiouchi Tuesday afternoon ended with a wanted subject at large … Read more

Kids in kayaks (and rafts)

Roughly 40 kids watched trees transition from new to old growth Friday as they floated … Read more

Tsunami Allstarz cheer reaches the Summit

The Tsunami Allstarz Level 3 team was in Orlando, Florida recently to compete in one … Read more

Country Media Inc. wants to buy Triplicate, Pilot

Two Oregon companies want to buy most of Western Communications’ community newspapers, including the Curry … Read more

40 inmates involved in Alder Camp riot

Four people, including one officer, were transported to an outside hospital, treated and released, following … Read more

Commercial salmon season starts in Crescent City

Fishermen statewide optimistic about abundance

Though Pacific Coast Federation of Fishermen's Association representatives say fishermen statewide are optimistic about the … Read more

Firefighters snuff blaze in Ruth Compound

It took firefighters roughly 10 minutes to extinguish a blaze that consumed a small motor … Read more

Chili throw-down this Friday!

Local individuals and teams will show off skills with cumin, garlic, onions and other spices … Read more

Wildflower excursion on Sunday

Discover a kaleidoscope of wildflowers at the latest Tolowa Dunes Stewards field trip this weekend. … Read more

From the Source- Appalling conditions in local homeless camp

Property owner at his wit's end

In the three years I’ve been on the Del Norte Coast, I’ve photographed and reported … Read more

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