For 6-month old Nox Toler and his 2-year-old brother, Theo, of Crescent City, it was an up-close and personal visit with first-responders and superheroes … with no emergencies to deal with.
Traffic in both directions on U.S. Highway 101, north of Brookings at Harris Beach, was routed around a worksite this week during an invasive weed-abatement project.
The Triplicate carries an Adopt-a-Pet full-page ad on alternating weeks that features photos of four-legged friends looking for a family. Why are there so many photos? Because local animal shelters are filled to capacity with rescued animals.
Jamie Brassard is eager to get the word out about the Gasquet American Legion, especially thanks to recent actions of President Donald Trump.
The Yurok Tribe’s 57th-annual Klamath salmon festival is set for Aug. 17, with this year’s theme Skue’n ‘Owook (“Can’t Wait Until Tomorrow”).
More than 350 people celebrated the hard work, activities and accomplishments of hundreds of Del Norte County youth during the Aug. 8 “Summer by Design Showcase” at the Crescent City Cultural Center, hosted by Building Healthy Communities (BHC).
There are numerous ways one might spend those golden years after retirement — traveling, spending more time with family and friends, pursuing a hobby …
When Crescent City’s Downtown Divas host an event like their “Live From Downtown: It’s First Friday,” you never know who you’ll meet.
A trio of artists with Crescent City backgrounds have made a short film highlighting the U.S. anti-Asian immigration policy of the late 1800s. That film now is in the post-production process and scheduled to debut at a Sacramento film festival this fall.
Imagine an alien invasion last night in Crescent City. A group of youthful musicians here did just that, playing an appropriate soundtrack to accompany such a sci-fi spectacular.
As the group of young adults with the nonprofit international exchange Rios to Rivers rounded the bend in the Klamath River and came within earshot of the Requa Boat Ramp, some 50 Yurok tribal members rose to their feet in welcome.
The deadline for the inaugural “Tansy Games” has been extended by a month, allowing participants to continue collecting tansy ragwort through Aug. 22 because of a late bloom this year.
Meet just a sampling of the 70 or so eclectic, creative craftspeople and artists displaying their talents during this weekend’s “Festival of Art” in Brookings ….
As they usher in the 126th-annual Del Norte County Fair on Aug. 1-4, organizers are touting fresh, new attractions plus returning favorites.
If you drive by the Brookings Municipal Pool first thing on a summer morning, Monday through Friday, you’re likely to hear plenty of laughter and see a pool filled with seniors.
A seemingly endless line of German vintage, air-cooled Volkswagen cars and vans overtook the California-Oregon border this past Sunday, July 21.
Cancer survivors — still in the fight — and their supporters took a victory lap this past weekend at the 2019 “Relay for Life” at Del Norte High School in Crescent City.
Scientists now can predict where and when blue whales are most likely to be foraging for food in the California Current Ecosystem, which helps in the management of the endangered population, a new study shows.
Carpenter ants are the scourge of homeowners in the Pacific Northwest. They do far more structural damage to homes and other buildings than all other insects combined.
Firefighters work the scene of a blaze that broke out July 22 near Elk Valley Road and Michigan Avenue. The fire scorched abandoned vehicles and other items, but was quickly contained and put down. There was evidence of other recent fires in close proximity. No injuries were reported. The ca…
Earlier this week, one of our reporters was asked by a news source if Country Media would be shutting down The Triplicate and/or The Pilot. In response, he wondered aloud to her, “Why would the new owners spend all of that money just to close the doors?”
Those attending the “Southern Oregon Kite Festival“ will see a variety of sizes, shapes and colors filling the sky above Brookings Harbor on Saturday and Sunday, July 20-21.
The old Red’s Twin Cinema theatre located at the corner of 4th and G streets has new owners already hard at work getting the building back in working shape.
When learning a new task as a youngster, it could be frustrating and seemingly impossible. But my mom would remind me that as long as I was taking two steps forward and only one back, I was making progress.