The Crescent City Downtown Divas are excited to announce our 2023 First Friday season. Please save the dates for our planned season to be held the First Friday of each month, from June through October.
Pivotal Connections is thrilled to announce its recent move, marking an exciting new chapter for the clinic.
College of the Redwoods has hired Amy Moffat as its new director of institutional effectiveness and research.
Carlyle and Barb Stout did a cycling trip through the redwoods in Jedediah Smith Redwood State Park and shared their photos with the Triplicate.
The Crescent City/Del Norte County Chamber of Commerce announced Dale A. Miller will be the grand marshal of the July 4th parade. The theme of this year’s parade is red, white and waves.
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On Wednesday, April 12, students from Del Norte Unified School District and Orange County Unified School District went head to head in their first Drone League competition.
Hosteling is returning to Del Norte… this time with the influence of the Dead Sea. Jordanian Amir Alghusin plans to have his low-cost Redwood Hostel open by July. The hostel will serve budget-conscious travelers at an estimated $25 per night.
A first-grade class at Redwood Elementary has published a book on kindness. The book is entitled Kindness makes the World Go ‘Round. Their teacher, Debbie Long loves kindness and encourages her class and other classes at Redwood to be kind to everyone.
Kira Lorene Standring, the daughter of Dr. James (Jim) and Lori Standring of Crescent City, has graduated from the Utah College of Dental Hygiene in Orem, Utah with a bachelor’s degree in dental hygiene and has earned her registered dental hygienist certification along with the Class of Dece…
Crescent City native Sahar Farshi will be traveling to Cannes, France in mid-June.
The Del Norte Trail Alliance kicked off its sixth season of trail maintenance this Spring, clearing downed trees and brush from the Craigs Creek Trail in March and the Coastal Trail in April.
Coast Central Credit Union President/CEO James T. Sessa announced that its Board of Directors has approved an increase in the number of scholarships awarded and selected 25 exceptional high school seniors out of 70 applications submitted. CCCU had previously awarded 19 students last year and…
Thirteen was the lucky number for the Del Norte Trail Alliance, as all 13 volunteers felt lucky to be out in the fog and drizzle that best highlights the beauty of the coastal forest.
Crescent City is sponsoring an exhibit showcasing the eccentric art from Ukrainian Val Polyanin. Entitled SAFEKEEPING: The art of Val Polyanin, some 900 paintings, sculptures and non-traditional expressions of this former Crescent City resident will be on display at the old Bank of America b…
The 2nd annual Acton Children’s Business Fair is accepting new young entrepreneurs for June event.
Les Schwab founded his first tire store in Prineville, Oregon in 1952. 71 years and 500 stores later, according to the tire store’s motto, “… he’s still doing the right thing.” The local Les Schwab store has been in business for almost half a century.
Some two plus decades back, the Redwood National and State Parks Gateway partnership was inaugurated. The partnership purpose was to support tourism, beautify the community and raise funds for worthy causes.
Soroptimist International of Crescent City, a global volunteer organization providing women and girls with access to the education and training they need to achieve economic empowerment, presented a $1,000 Live Your Dream: Education and Training Award for Women to help a local woman improve …
Coast Central Credit Union President/CEO James T. Sessa announced that its Board of Directors has approved $150,000 in grants to 22 local organizations through its Community Investment Program’s spring round, an increase of $50,000 over previous rounds.
Crescent City will co-host two events acknowledging the forty-year anniversary of the film, Return of the Jedi. Much of the iconic 1983 movie was filmed in Del Norte and Humboldt counties.
View the online version of our Spring 2023 Go Wild Rivers Coast publication here!
It’s well known that eating locally sourced food is good for us physically, and it also contributes to a healthier planet. On the Oregon Coast, there is a tremendous opportunity to reduce emissions by sourcing more of the local seafood bounty locally.
It’s been an up-and-down season on the baseball field for the Del Norte Warriors, with the wet spring playing havoc with the schedule and affecting the team’s preparation.
Redwood Parks Conservancy, the National Park Service and California State Parks invite folks of all ages to become Titaneers for the upcoming spring and summer seasons in the majestic Grove of Titans.
It’s been a good year on the wrestling mats for Del Norte’s Colton Schaad and it’s showing no signs of slowing down.
On June 2 and 3, the Humboldt Del Norte Film Commission will be hosting the 1st annual Forest Moon Festival, sponsored by Humboldt and Del Norte counties. Star Wars Fans, this is the summer event you are looking for.
The Crescent City Harbor District celebrated its 2nd annual Easter Egg Hunt with much success on Sunday, April 10. Over 400 children collected 8,300 eggs in minutes. This year, the Harbor event included local food vendors, a Harbor T-Shirt design contest, balloon animals, face painting and g…
The Oregon nonprofit bike tour organization Bicycle Rides Northwest (BRNW; www.brnw.org) is looking to partner with a local organization on a fundraising opportunity on Wednesday, July 12 as part of their tour.
The College of the Redwoods Agriculture program will be holding its 33rd annual Plant Sale on Friday, April 21, from 10 a.m. until 5:30 p.m. and Saturday, April 22, from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the CR greenhouse on the main Eureka campus.
Crescent City will celebrate the 10th anniversary of the landing of the Japanese boat, the Kamome, on the shores of Crescent City. The landing followed the devastating 9.1 earthquake near Rikuzentakata, Japan on March 11, 2011, creating a catastrophic tsunami and sending the small vessel on …
There’s a new coffeehouse in town. Paragon Coffeehouse officially opened with a ribbon cutting ceremony, Saturday morning, April 1.
The College of the Redwoods Big Band, directed by Brian Newkirk, will perform at the Trinidad Town Hall in Trinidad, CA on Saturday, April 15 from 5 – 7:00 p.m. Dance to the sounds of the Big Band era.
Del Norte Association for Cultural Awareness (DNACA) is pleased to announce a concert featuring the music of a legendary singer/songwriter in “How Sweet it Is! Steve Leslie Sings James Taylor.”
The Wild Rivers Symphony and Wind Ensemble is pleased to announce “At the Movies,” its upcoming spring concert series at Crescent City and Brookings, Ore. on April 16 and 17. The Crescent City concert will begin at 3 p.m. on Sunday, April 16, at the Crescent Elk Middle School auditorium, 994…
The Community Food Council for Del Norte & Tribal Lands, Wild Rivers Permaculture Guild, Garden Coalition, Calfresh Healthy Living, Open Door Wellness Garden, Del Norte Master Gardeners, and True North Organizing Network are collaborating to host a family-friendly Seed & Plant exchan…
Both Crescent City and Rikuzentakata, Japan have something in common: Devastating tsunamis. A tsunami leveled Rikuzentakata and hurled a boat from Takata High School across the ocean in 2011.
When I help my mom in the garden, I like to imagine a world where fairies help us too by battling cabbage moths, pulling weeds, fighting pests, and helping our garden grow. Once upon a time, there lived five garden fairies: May, Susanne, Charlotte, Nell, and Francis. They lived in my garden …
The Fred Endert Pool invites families to join them for the first Spring Egg-Venture. This event takes place on April 8 and will have three time slots for different age groups. 6 month – 3-year-olds will be at 9:30 a.m., 4–7-year-olds will be at 10:30 a.m., and 8–12-year-olds will be at 11:30 a.m.
Judge Abby Abinanti, a dynamic and effective leader for equal access to the justice system and expanded resources and programs for Native American residents across California, has been selected by Senate Majority Leader Mike McGuire as the 2023 North Coast Woman of the Year.
The Born to Breathe Youth Media Festival is accepting entries from youth in the four-county North Coast region of Lake, Mendocino, Humboldt, and Del Norte counties. Due to a generous donation from Adventist Health Clearlake, the prize fund for this year’s festival is $5,000.
The recent series of atmospheric rivers and high winds have damaged the roof of the Historic Carnegie Library, now the Morris Graves Museum of Art, and the Humboldt Arts Council is asking the community for support to replace the damaged roof.
On Saturday, March 25th, along northbound Highway 101, beginning at Parkway Drive, you may have seen men and women wearing hardhats and vests. The Del Norte Republicans participated in a statewide effort to clean up California one segment at a time.
The state of California is making an unprecedented investment in the arts. The “California Creative Corps” program will award $60 million in grants statewide to implement media, outreach, and engagement campaigns.
In case you missed it, spring is here. Catherine Boeckmann of Farmers Almanac says, “The Vernal Equinox occurred last Monday, March 20, at 2:24PM when the plane of the Sun passed over the equator. At that moment, Spring 2023 began.”
On Thursday, March 2, 25 cross-sector leaders from across the region came together over dinner at Café Marina as the inaugural class of Leadership Redwood Coast.
College of the Redwoods will hold a Career Exploration Day for current, prospective, and former students in the CR Learning Resource Center on the main Eureka Campus on March 27 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. The event is free and open to the public.
Some 50 youths and their parents from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints gave a Day of service, Saturday, March 11.
Fritz Gearhart, violinist, and Alexander Tutunov, pianist, will be performing an afternoon concert at the Cultural Center, 1001 Front Street, Crescent City, on Saturday, April 1, at 2 p.m. This is the second Crescent City concert presented by a collaboration of Lighthouse Repertory Theatre a…