Crescent City resident Olivia Jeffcoat made the academic Deans' List at Azusa Pacific University. A mathematics major, Jeffcoat was honored for a fall semester 2019 academic standing of a 3.5 or better grade-point average. Jeffcoat was joined by 2,171 other students receiving the same honor.


As the social distancing guidelines to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus extend into the first week of April, local pastors are turning to technology to provide essential services to their congregations.


View the online version of our 2020 "Discover Del Norte" Destination Guide and Business Directory here!

The Spring Whale Watch Week event returns to the coast March 21-29 to celebrate the more than 25,000 Gray whales expected to migrate north past Oregon over the next few months.

Crescent City has a new healthy lunch option. The Wild Rivers Market, a natural foods market, just opened a deli, an endeavor that has been on their radar since 2013.    


State Senator Mike McGuire and College of the Redwoods Del Norte Campus hosted a press conference on Saturday, Feb. 22, to celebrate the growing nursing educational opportunities in the north coast, particularly the CR Del Norte’s four-week-old Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN) to Registered N…

When customers walked into Enoteca on Saturday, Feb. 22, they found Crescent City’s competitive cheer team, the Tsunami All-Starz, serving up plates of spaghetti and tri-tip.   

After receiving more than 200 submissions, the Del Norte County Fair staff have chosen Smith River resident McKenzie Amos’s suggestion for its 2020 theme — “Stampeding into the 20’s at the Del Norte County Fair!”

Sheriff’s deputies took a rare break from the action to attend the 2020 Del Norte County Sheriff’s Office Award Ceremony. Deputies in full uniform trickled into the Elks Valley Rancheria, accompanied by proud family members, and awaited announcements from Sheriff Erik Apperson.  

A building partnership between Humboldt’s Food for People, Del Norte and Tribal Lands Community Food Council, and the Yurok Education Department will bring fresh vegetables and fruit to Klamath once a month for a free produce distribution for income-eligible households.

Two pharmacies in Del Norte County now take back medicines for no charge. Both CVS and Walgreens drug stores now have bins next to their pharmacy counters where customers can deposit their prescription and over-the-counter medicines, ointments, lotions, vitamins, medicine patches and pet med…

While summer may seem like the natural time to float along the river, February is the chosen month for a group of white water enthusiasts.    

After a difficult season, the Del Norte High School Warriors girls basketball team showed off for their home crowd on senior night, defeating Arcata 46-38 on Wednesday, Feb. 5.   

The Northcoast Marine Mammal Center (NMMC) in Crescent City is seeking applicants for three spring internships in marine mammal stranding response and rehabilitation.  

Arguably the sweetest festival in southwestern Oregon is back for its 15th consecutive year — the Winter Art and Chocolate Festival. The event is set for 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Feb. 8 and 9 at Kalmiopsis Elementary School, 650 Easy St., Brookings. 

Thousands of sea lions made landfall to rest en masse on the pier and sidewalk near the Chart Room Restaurant Jan. 30, located at 130 Anchor Way in Crescent City. Photos by David Hayes.

As Valentine’s Day approaches, Del Norte and Curry counties have events anywhere from craft making to romantic dinners. Below is a comprehensive list of the holiday’s events. It will be updated on the Triplicate website as more events surface. 

It’s time to dust off memorized monologues and brush up on acting skills, the Lighthouse Repertory Theatre will be holding auditions for two of its upcoming one-act plays– “Suddenly Last Summer” and “The Last Dance of Salome.”  

In the age of technological communications, schools are joining in with the trends. The Del Norte County Unified School District (DNUSD) is introducing a few new communication methods, including its own app.    

The Del Norte-Curry Community Concert Association reaches all the way to Scotland for its next concert. The Glasgow-based Maxwell Quartet performs at 7 p.m. Feb. 6 at Crescent Elk Auditorium.

The Department of Health Care Services and the California Product Stewardship Council are promoting a federal grant-funded California Statewide Drug Take-Back Program to help combat the opioid crisis and reduce the misuse of medications.

A partnership among Humboldt’s Food for People, the Del Norte and Tribal Lands Community Food Council, and the Yurok Education Department will bring fresh vegetables and fruit to Klamath once a month for free distribution eligible households.

The Del Norte County Library this week featured attorney Ryan Dowd presenting three training sessions on interacting with individuals experiencing homelessness.  

Students stood in front of the six judges, their voices shaking slightly, as they recited poems to their peers, teachers and guests at two different competitions last week.  

With Golden Globes and Oscars, Hollywood is buzzing with award season. But they aren’t the only ones to enjoy the glamour of award galas.  

When an organization like the Del Norte County 4-H Council has 230 active members and supports another 1,000-1,200 students through classroom curriculum, leadership thinks big when raising funds to support its programs.

Down a Crescent City residential street, the aroma of fresh-baked brownies and baklava waft through the air. In the early-morning hours, Mary Corcovelos-Mullin is prepping bakery orders while her four children sleep.  

The Del Norte Youth Council will host its annual Middle School Day Camp on Jan. 25, this year featuring 16 different workshops.