When Blake and Stephanie Alexandre started the Alexandre Family Farm in 1992, they had one focus — dairy cows.
William E. (Bill) Roberts, an American actor, author and voice artist living in London, England, has published his latest novel, “The Rivers: An Arnold Rednapp Mystery,” which is set up the Klamath River amongst the Karuk, Hupa and Yurok people, with parallel stories in the modern day and ba…
In a tourist town, pets are bound to get left behind by visitors. Especially cats, which led to a growing feral cat population in Crescent City.
For many foster children in the community, keeping up with educational demands is a challenge. Without the proper equipment, it can be close to impossible.
The Fogbank Clothing Company founding trio launched their idea to better promote Del Norte County and Northern California in 2015.
Former Brookings resident Jonathan C. Gehrig has written a book, “A Son’s Promise,” and will be in town for a book signing on Nov. 14 at 11 a.m. at the Port near the Bells and Whistle coffee shop.
Join Tolowa Dunes Stewards, Redwood Parks Conservancy, and California State Parks this Sunday, Nov. 15 from 12 noon to 4 p.m., to restore the precious native habitat of the Big Dune in Tolowa Dunes State Park. We will be safely distancing as we work. Bring your MASK (for getting within 10 ft…
In 2006, Michael Ekkart was hired on as a regular flooring associate when Home Depot debuted in Crescent City after replacing the old Kmart building.
The Del Norte Trail Alliance has rallied volunteers the past 2 1/2 years to help the Six Rivers National Forest maintain their trails.
Organizers for Sea Cruise fought an uphill battle to pull off the 29th annual event. First they overcame a year of the coronavirus pandemic shutting down most other social events. Then the rain Saturday, Oct. 10 threatened to chase away all but the most die hard fans.
‘Along came a spider and sat down beside her,’ words from a famous nursery rhyme we all learned as children, but don’t be surprised if you are seeing more and more spiders in, on or around your homes and gardens as the weather gets a little cooler.
While for decades the Coast Guard has permitted women to serve in every job – from aviator to captain of a ship to boarding officer, there are roles in the service that have remained predominately filled by men. That tide is turning, especially among the Coast Guard's most highly trained and…
Coast Central Credit Union announced this week that Klark Swan has been appointed by its volunteer board of directors to replace Joyce Jury, who retired this year after serving on the board for nearly 30 years.
The last chance of the year to fish for free arrives over the Labor Day holiday weekend. Free Fishing Day is being offered by the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) on Saturday, Sept. 5.
Four new arts classes for veterans, active military and family members are offered by the Del Norte Association for Cultural Awareness. Three of the classes will be held in person in Crescent City and the fourth will be held online via Zoom.
In the age-old tale of man versus nature, Rick and Jessie Shepherd are trying to come out on top against a local herd of elk that annually invade Blueberry Hill Farms.
Many beloved events have been impacted by COVID-19 and among them is Crescent City's Relay for Life, one of more than 2,500 events around the country to support and celebrate survivors and caregivers.
Gov. Gavin Newsom recently appointed Yurok Education Department Director and Crescent City resident Jim McQuillen to the State Board of Education.
The Ladybugs were swarming July 17 in the Hunter Creek subdivision. But these were not the typical bugs renowned for eating and controlling the pest population of aphids.
Wrapping up the decorating contest sponsored by the Crescent City Del Norte Chamber of Commerce for the Fourth of July was the recent presentation of the "Best in Show" Championship Belt to the Del Norte Senior Center.
In March, Beth Austen was just three days into her new job as Del Norte County Library District manager when the governor issued his stay at home order at the start of the coronavirus pandemic.
In a news cycle dominated by COVID-19 coronavirus setbacks, the Crescent City Del Norte Chamber of Commerce received some good news Wednesday.
The Northcoast Marine Mammal Centers make many rescues along the coast each year thanks to volunteers in Del Norte and Humboldt counties.
The Independence Day Community Pride Committee announced its top selections from entrants in the 4th of July Community Pride Decorating Contest. From the more than 50 entries, judges Melodee Mitchell, Alex Campbell and Larry Timpe selected the following winners:
SMITH RIVER — The Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation seated three new council members after the Tribe’s May 16 General Election. Debbie Boardman, Jaytuk Steinruck, and Scott Sullivan were sworn in and took their oath of office as newly elected Tribal Council members at the Tribal Council meeting on May 21.
The Del Norte Association for Cultural Awareness is offering a variety of arts classes and workshops for veterans, active military and their families. Families may participate whether or not the veteran attends.
The annual Del Norte Association for Cultural Awareness Veterans Art Show will be held from Aug. 13 to Oct. 1, in the Del Norte Superior Court at 450 H St. in Crescent City.
It won't be a race because of COVID-19 restrictions, but organizers of the Gasquet Raft Race still hope people can have a lot of fun on the Smith River Saturday, July 11.