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On paper, Madison Farley plays third base for the Del Norte High School Warriors softball team, but she is much more than that.

Coast Central Credit Union announced it is currently accepting applications for its college scholarships, available to all high school seniors graduating this year from schools in Humboldt, Del Norte and Trinity counties. Generally, up to 13 scholarships are awarded in the amount of $5,000 e…

We extend a heartfelt thank you to our valuable friend and supporter, Ruth Rhodes for her personal account on how the Library has helped her. If you would like to contribute to our Library Love campaign by sharing your story with us, send us a message by writing us at info@delnortecountylibr…

Clide Mason Lewis was born January 12, 2021 at 6:32 a.m. at Sutter Coast Hospital in Crescent City. At birth, Clide weighed 9 pounds 1 ounce and was 21.5 Inches long. Clide’s parents are Jerime and Jamyelynn Lewis of Crescent City. Also celebrating Clide’s birth is his brother Henrie Lewis a…

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We thought a brief update from Public Health was a good idea. Last week, our county qualified to move back to the less restrictive Red Tier. This means that some businesses can reopen at limited capacity and not try to conduct business outdoors (not a good option in Del Norte during the wint…

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The Del Norte County Library strives to provide programs and services to be of an impact and a bright spot in your day. Today, we thank our friend and patron, Kendra, for her kind words about our library. If you would like to contribute to our Library Love campaign by sharing your story with…

DNACA’s 6th Annual “Art From the Inside” Exhibition

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The College of the Redwoods Art Gallery presents the Art Department 2021 Faculty Exhibition, opening online Feb. 23 and featuring work by Natalia Margulis, Shannon Sullivan, Tova Lund, Benjamin Funke, Lindsay Lacewell Kessner, Gary Christensen and David Wilson.

Coast Central Credit Union announced that the spring 2021 round of its Community Investment Program is now open. A total of $100,000 is available to support local organizations throughout its tri-county area. Grant amounts generally range from $3,000 to $25,000, and there are usually eight t…

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Sarah Vevoda’s 7-year-old daughter Jaz used to say she had “up hair,” her natural Black curls growing upward instead of hanging down like nearly everyone else’s around her, including her family. Sarah, who is white, says Jaz has commented on not seeing other people who look like her.

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Del Norte Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution gathered Jan. 23 for a Community Clean-Up event. Putting the DAR motto, "God, Home and Country," into action, the volunteers cleaned around the POINT OF HONOR to the adjacent parking lot area.

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We are launching our Library Love campaign by spotlighting the words of one of our faithful patrons, Melissa Endert. It is feedback like this that makes our work meaningful. If you would like to contribute to our Library Love campaign by sharing your story with us, send us a message at info@…

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In a time of a global pandemic where it feels like people are always fighting, Tricia Bartlett-Iverson has a suggestion – turn to music.

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The Del Norte County Library District has a free book cart outside the front doors of the main branch on various genres from fiction to non-fiction to children’s books, you name it. The selection changes daily. And the best part - you may take whatever you like – for FREE.

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The Humboldt-Del Norte County Medical Society recently presented three awards to local physicians in recognition of their outstanding contributions. The awards were presented at the virtual annual Membership Gala held in December.

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DNACA’s 6th Annual “Art From the Inside” Exhibition

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Do you have a library card? Even though the Del Norte County Library is closed, we are still offering services and this is one of them. No matter how old or young you are, you can benefit from our free resources, media and books. Your first library card at the library is free if you are a re…

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Austin Healy, from Crescent City, was recently named to the dean’s list at MidAmerican Nazarene University.

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By popular demand and our desire to better meet the needs of our valuable patrons, we’ve expanded our hours for curbside services. The curbside hours are now expanded to Mondays through Thursdays from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. and Saturdays from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

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This month, we remember our friend and faithful volunteer, the late Albert Halls, M.D., on what would have been his 93rd birthday. Many of his friends knew that Dr. Halls was a “walker;” he did not drive. He would track his mileage every day and every year he would have a total for the miles…

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Del Norte Association for Cultural Awareness will hang the Sixth aAnnual Arts in Corrections exhibit, entitled “Art from the Inside VI,” on Jan. 14 at the Del Norte County Courthouse, located at 450 H St. in Crescent City. The exhibit will remain on display through March 3.

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The Pacific Ocean was raging last weekend as heavy waves pounded the coast. In Crescent City, the big waves were perfect for surfers who wanted to get a ride in toward the sand.

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The Rogue Community College Board of Education at its Dec. 15 meeting unanimously selected Maria Ramos Underwood to serve as an interim member. She will represent Zone 7 which encompasses the northeast quarter of the city of Medford. The position was filled due to the passing of board member…

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Grange Co-op in partnership with local Rogue Co-ops has awarded over $118,000 in scholarships within the last eight years. Grange Co-op is excited to continue this gift to the hard-working and committed young adults of the community by announcing the opening of the 2021-22 Grange Co-op and R…

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CRESCENT CITY — Amidst the chaos of the COVID-19 pandemic comes an inspirational story of giving that brings hope to students and teachers of the small, rural Redwood Elementary School in Del Norte County.

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From mid-December to mid-January, a tradition takes place along the Oregon Coast that has intrigued and fascinated thousands for years.

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Most Del Norters return their library materials on time. They understand that others may be waiting to use them. But many civic-minded book-lovers struggle to return books. They may not have reliable transportation. They may live in insecure housing. They may be dealing with domestic violence.

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The Crescent City Harbor was a beehive of activity Friday night as boat owners and their crews waited to see if they could head out to fish for Dungeness crab. By Saturday morning, it was eerily quiet.

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The HSU Native American Studies Food Sovereignty Lab and Cultural Workspace project has received an award for $80,000 from Humboldt Energy Independence Fund. In Spring 2020, students working on the project submitted an idea paper to HEIF to apply for funds to begin remodeling the lab space.

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The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced Wednesday, Dec. 2, that the tufted puffin, a charismatic seabird on the North Pacific Ocean, does not warrant listing as threatened or endangered under the Endangered Species Act.

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Wild Rivers Community Foundation awarded $25,000 in Holiday Partnership grants this week to 21 nonprofit organizations, agencies and churches that provide thousands of children and adults in Curry and Del Norte counties with much-needed food, clothing, gifts and other services.