Heat watch issued inland

While many people will head up the Smith River to swim and enjoy some heat, … Read more

Nonprofit bringing all-terrain wheelchairs to town

A Medford-based nonprofit is bringing its all-terrain power wheelchairs to the Brookings and Crescent City … Read more

Fugitive remains at large

Law enforcement personnel say they still have not caught up with Nolan Travis, who escaped … Read more

Locals honored by Red Cross

Six volunteers — three from Crescent City — were honored by the American Red Cross … Read more

Cleanup scheduled

Three organizations are teaming up to clean up areas of blight behind the trees along … Read more

Ranger station now open on Saturdays

The Gasquet Ranger Station and Smith River National Recreation Area visitor center will be open … Read more

News of Record June 29 to July 5, 2018

Felony and misdemeanor sentencings provided by Del Norte County Superior Court from June 29 to … Read more

Crescent City sign’s future uncertain

Though harbor staff like the new “Crescent City” sign that’s currently perched on the edge … Read more

District hopes to use $500k in bond money

School board members today will be asked to authorize $500,000 in voter-approved bond money to … Read more

Harbor Solar project moving forward

Crescent City Harbor commissioners on Wednesday gave their blessing to the construction of three carport … Read more

Fugitive at large in hills after pursuit

A wanted subject remained on the loose in the hills about 18 miles from the … Read more

Gitlin claims no wrong doing in contentious issues

Two contentious issues were placed on the Del Norte County Board of Supervisor’s agenda this … Read more

Sister city delegates discuss exchange ideas

A second meeting of the Crescent City Delegation Monday was less about disaster management and … Read more

Police looking into shooting

Police are continuing to investigate whether a shooting incident Saturday was a case of self … Read more

Group raising funds for Beachfront Park labyrinth

Members of a group raising funds to install a labyrinth at Beachfront Park will meet … Read more

New advertising director takes reins at Triplicate and Pilot

Matt Dierlam, until recently general manager for a Pacific Publishing Company publication in the Winnemucca … Read more

Tolowa Nation to demonstrate culture

The Tolowa Nation will share their culture with visitors to Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park … Read more

Fourth of July

What a blast

From Pebble Beach to South Beach, locals and visitors celebrated July 4 in spectacular fashion. … Read more

Fourth of July

Holiday revelers keep public employees busy

No official numbers exist, but to say Crescent City was crowded on Wednesday would be … Read more

Flags fly at veterans monument

Flags for each branch of the military fluttered alongside Old Glory briefly on Tuesday at … Read more

Council approves wayfinding signs

After taking a close look Monday, the Crescent City Council approved new wayfinding sign designs … Read more

Surfriders clean up beach after holiday celebrations

With the amazing amount of people who came to Crescent City’s South Beach this year … Read more

Yurok, Humboldt courts to tackle juvenile dependency

The Yurok Tribal Court is partnering with the Superior Court of Humboldt County to create … Read more

Wildflower walk on Sunday

Explore a kaleidoscope of blooms Sunday at Tolowa Dunes. Botanist Laura Julian will give a … Read more

News of Record: June 29 to July 5, 2018

Felony and misdemeanor sentencings provided by Del Norte County Superior Court for June 29 to … Read more

“From Sea to Shining Tree”

Thousands of people lined Crescent City’s downtown on Wednesday. Youngsters scrambled for candy and clamped … Read more

Del Norte to receive $1.19M in federal dollars

Del Norte’s federal payment in lieu of taxes (PILT) allotment is expected to be much … Read more

Grand Jury looks into Mental Health

By far, the largest segment of the 2017-2018 recently issued Del Norte County Grand Jury … Read more

Window dressing

Eight downtown businesses participated in a competition to decorate their windows and storefronts ahead of … Read more

Yurok judge speaks to training academy students

Yurok Tribal Court Judge Abby Abinanti recently spoke about her court’s approach to restorative justice … Read more

Local Rotary clubs welcome new presidents

A former county supervisor will take over as president of the Crescent City Rotary Club, … Read more

"I was listening to the voice of the tree"

Bay Area 8-year-old leads $500 fundraiser for Grove of Titans

When he was younger, Keita Nakayama was hypersensitive to sounds, taste and touch. As a … Read more

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