Color on the concrete at Beachfront Park

No winners, no losers at this event

Amidst the Fourth of July activity throughout the afternoon in Beachfront Park, there was another … Read more

Crescent City parade floats honored

Shortly after Crescent City’s annual Fourth of July Parade wrapped up, the winners were announced. … Read more

Relay for Life July 19-20

Your chance to support the fight against cancer is just around the corner. Crescent City’s … Read more

Federal funds for local emergency food, shelter

Food insecurity is a growing problem in America that is being addressed at the federal, … Read more

Beachfront bustling on the Fourth of July

Following the parade, Crescent City’s Fourth of July celebration headed a few blocks south to … Read more

Deck Party back at Beachfront Park

Hundreds of people packed into Beachfront Park near the Cultural Center on Wednesday for the … Read more

State Senate pushes for increased fire budgets

The California Senate has put forward a budget that invests heavily in keeping neighbors and … Read more

New law requires background check for ammo

California gun control laws, already among the strictest in the nation, tightened another notch on … Read more

Turning a new page

Hello, Brookings and Crescent City! We’re privileged to be the new owners of the Curry … Read more

CHP will be watching the roads - and you - July 4

This Independence Day holiday weekend, the California Highway Patrol (CHP) will be working to keep … Read more

Pros, citizens light up Fourth in Crescent City

The Fourth of July fireworks show lit up the sky over Crescent City, blasting off … Read more

County and airport approve budgets

After receiving a clean financial audit with no findings, the County Board of Supervisors approved … Read more

Country media buys Triplicate

Del Norte Triplicate Country Media, Inc. was approved Friday as the successful bidder to acquire … Read more

From the Source

Well, it happened, officially

As you are reading today’s paper, the Triplicate, as we know it, no longer exists. … Read more

County and airport approve budgets

After receiving a clean financial audit with no findings, the County Board of Supervisors approved … Read more

News of Record: June 21-17

The following convictions were recorded in Del Norte Superior Court June 21-27: Randall Gene Center, … Read more

Free meal program to include DNHS

Every student enrolled at a Del Norte Unified School District K12 school will be able … Read more

School board to discuss 2019-2020 budget

The school board is expected to discuss a 2019-2020 budget Thursday that includes a 1 … Read more

First pot, now hemp

Board hears updates on hemp law changes

The Del Norte County Board of Supervisors took no action on a report from legal … Read more

Party continues with home brewers competition

The Crescent City Downtown Divas will continue the Independence Day celebration on July 5 with … Read more

Pelican Bay inmates receive their college degrees

Two inmates at Pelican Bay State Prison received their associate of arts degree from College … Read more

City favors contracted treatment plant operator

Following an extensive report from City Manager Eric Wier and staff, along with a three-hour … Read more

Harbor district to take on Bayside RV Park

Bayside RV Park tenants will likely begin paying rent to the Crescent City Harbor District … Read more

PBSP inmates donate $1,213.75 to Relay for Life

Abel Torres was in Pelican Bay State Prison's Security Housing Unit when he learned that … Read more

Providing a cat haven

Chris McChesney says the felines rescued her

Chris McChesney spends the first hour of her day cleaning litter boxes, filling feeders and … Read more

Correction: "Police face tough issues with homeless"

Dear Readers, Due to an editing error, most of Triplicate Staff Writer Tony Reed’s column … Read more

Tree takes out truck

No one was injured Wednesday when this large branch broke from a tree and landed … Read more

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

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