Learn about Marine Protected Areas

Learn about California's Marine Protected Areas at the latest Tolowa Dunes Stewards presentation on Sunday. … Read more

Del Norte finalist in national health award

Culture of Health Prize includes $25,000

Del Norte County has received recognition from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and is one … Read more

Sarah Caron to resign as chamber director

Caron will work through July 4th celebration

After overseeing a restructuring of staff, a major overhaul of the visitors bureau and the … Read more

Long-time Jazzercise enthusiast turns 80

If there were such a thing as Jazzercise Queen, Joan Bolman would reign over Crescent … Read more

World traveling cyclist robbed of bike in Crescent City

Theft of bicycle highlights local problem

A 72-year-old bicyclist, on his seventh trip around the entire planet, had his life goal … Read more

Crash kills one, injures three

One person died and three others were injured Friday in a crash on U.S. 101 … Read more

National forest seeks camp hosts

Six Rivers National Forest is looking for a volunteer to be a host at Patrick … Read more

Supervisors send lots of letters

The Del Norte County Library has stepped up to provide immediate help and support of … Read more

No new leads on homicide cases

Sheriff’s investigators are continuing to follow leads on a suspected homicide and missing persons case … Read more

“Friends” group seeks to buy KHSU

Station reorganization felt in Del Norte

Though there's no local voice telling her about activities in the community or what the … Read more

DNUSD, BHC, True North release LCAP report

Those who took part in community meetings with local school officials, have called for expanded … Read more

Graffiti mentioning bomb and shooting found at high school

Officials say no credible threat exists

Law enforcement have increased their presence at Del Norte High School on Thursday and Friday … Read more

Fire sends two to hospital

Two people were taken to the hospital — one with minor burns — following a … Read more

Proposed condor reintroduction will have impacts beyond the North Coast

Bringing the California condor home will make Yurok land whole and complete, wildlife biologist Tiana … Read more

Council sends Mayor to Japan

Crescent City Council approved up to $2,500 in expenditures Monday for Mayor Blake Inscore to … Read more

Job training program seeks applicants for work experience

Employers have again signed onto a program that helps local teens gain work experience. Now … Read more

From the Source: Homeless issues aren’t exclusive to Crescent City

In my time here, I’ve heard several people talk about homeless issues as if Crescent … Read more

SB1 projects start

A local street has been repaved with SB1 (gas tax) funds. District 1 Supervisor Roger … Read more

Rep. Jared Huffman introduces new telecommunications bill

Del Norte’s representative in Congress introduced a bill that would make it easier for public … Read more

From the source- Exploring mental illness and homelessness

What it’s like to be a homeless woman

In this continuing series, I am talking to people who are, or have been, homeless … Read more

City reapplies for Front Street money

Another joint application has been filed by Crescent City and Elk Valley Rancheria to repair … Read more

Respectfully, in honor of Steve

In the months following his retirement announcement last year, Fire Chief Steve Wakefield was honored … Read more

Crescent City bids farewell to Chief Wakefield

Silence filled Cornerstone Community Church's sanctuary Saturday when emergency dispatcher Tom Betlejewski called Steve Wakefield … Read more

Tolowa Dunes Stewards plans bird excursion

The Tolowa Dunes Stewards will kick off its summer nature series Sunday with a morning … Read more

$2.3 million in bond funding may be used for school projects

Trustees will be asked Thursday to approve allocating $2.3 million in bond funding for a … Read more

Public meeting on condor reintroduction for Klamath

National park and Yurok Tribal officials are seeking public comment on a project to reintroduce … Read more

From helped to helping

In praise of Our Daily Bread

Give us this day our daily bread and forgive our trespasses as we forgive those … Read more

RHS tailgate program to resume in June

Rural Human Services will continue to provide free fresh produce to anyone who wants it … Read more

Prison recognizes victims advocates

Pelican Bay State Prison recently celebrated advocates for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault … Read more

Six Rivers to resume burn program

Gasquet residents and motorists on U.S. 199 may see smoke in the area as Six … Read more

Foundations award $18,000 to 23 youth programs

Twenty-three summer youth programs on both sides of the state line received $18,000 in mini … Read more

Memorial services to honor Wakefield

Multiple agencies, including those from surrounding counties, are expected to take part in a procession … Read more

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