Howonquet Hall in Smith River sparkled with Christmas lights and décor, as representatives from local organizations mingled and munched on desserts handmade through the Brookings-Harbor High School Youth Transition Program.
The Redwood Caregiver Resource Center is offering a video discussion group titled “Understanding Dementia” from 11 a.m to 1 p.m. Dec. 11 in the boardroom at the Del Norte Senior Center, 1765 Northcrest Dr. in Crescent City.
The Crescent City Downtown Divas have made the decision, along with the City of Crescent City and ReMax, to postpone First Friday and the downtown Christmas events scheduled for this Friday, Dec. 6th due to weather conditions.
Tim Palmer is excited to share his latest book, “America’s Great Mountain Trails: 100 Highcountry Hikes of a Lifetime,” He’s written 28 other books since 1980 about the environment, outdoors and adventure travel.
The College of the Redwoods and Humboldt State University have formalized a partnership designed to make it easier for students who transfer to earn a four-year degree.
Christie Lynn Rust retired in 2008 after three decades of teaching everything music at Del Norte High School, from concert and jazz bands to all of the choirs.
For 28 years, Thanksgiving has meant “community” for Crescent City residents looking forward to the annual feast with friends, old and new. This year is no exception.
Crescent City Elks Lodge No. 1689 has incorporated two lively community events into its itinerary over the past few months – dance lessons and the occasional Flamingo Fridays.
Valerie Starkey filed her declaration Nov. 14 to run for the District 2 seat on the Del Norte County Board of Supervisors in the March 3, 2020 election.
The annual Soroptimist International of Crescent City annual Holiday Artisan Fair is scheduled for 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Nov. 24 at the Crescent City Cultural Center, 1001 Front St.
U.S. Rep. Jared Huffman answered Crescent Elk Middle School students’ questions on politics, his job and issues facing Del Norte County on Wednesday, then encouraged the students to be active members of our democracy.
Students who have completed Licensed Vocational Nursing or Paramedic degrees (LVN/PMED) can now become registered nurses (RNs) in just three semesters at the College of the Redwoods (CR) campus in Crescent City. The first cohort of ten students will begin in the spring 2020 semester.
Gillian Boldt wasn’t religious. She went to the jail’s church service as an excuse to get out of her cell, she said. Little did she know she’d meet a woman who would change her life there.
The sun gleamed through the library windows, resting on fraying book covers and catching dust midair. Soft sounds tickled listeners’ ears as Lisa Lynne’s fingers picked the harp strings.
On Dec. 4, 1969, three storm systems converged on Oahu, Hawaii to create once-in-a-lifetime breaks for big-wave surfers of that era.
Christmas tree permits will be available online and at locations across southwest Oregon, including Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest district offices and Bureau of Land Management offices in Medford, Grants Pass and Coos Bay, beginning Nov. 8.
Dozens of children in neon T-shirts too long for their height danced around to Bruno Mars’s voice blasting from an iPhone speaker into the football field.
Fourth-graders in Del Norte County are participating in a series of six safety swim lessons, this week and next, to learn how to stay safe in the county’s numerous bodies of water.
The Doobie Brothers Band was recently nominated for the 2020 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, after 50 years on the music scene. They’ve sold more than 48 million albums and have had 16 top-40 hits on Billboard’s Charts.
Candle lights flickered, warming the inside of Mason jars. They reflected on handcrafted hearts that lined the grass of Beachfront Park in Crescent City.
After Bob West retired from a 30-year career in law enforcement, including six as Crescent City’s chief of police, he wondered what to do with that free time on his hands.
Michael Reid and Yonatan Belik jumped onto their 50cc Honda Ruckus motor scooters on Sept. 7 in Philadelphia ready to ride nearly 9,000 miles for two reasons: to break a Guinness World Record and to highlight the stories of people they met along the way.
The Del Norte Association for Cultural Awareness continues its 37th Performance Series at 7 p.m. Nov. 16 in Crescent Elk Auditorium, 994 G St., with California Guitar Trio, a returning favorite of Del Norte County audiences.
The Tobacco Free Del Norte Coalition hosted a “Vaping and Youth” town hall meeting Oct. 24 to discuss the growing dangers of youth vaping and possible solutions in Del Norte County.
When we purchased the Del Norte Triplicate and the Curry Coastal Pilot on July 1, I hit the decks running. Making decisions like crazy, many of which had been long delayed.
Del Norte High School students and families experienced a scare Tuesday afternoon when the school went into lockdown after students reported a possible gun on campus.
Tucked away in a rural corner of Crescent City is what appears at first glance to be a quiet farm house. But a look inside reveals it’s a small-scale factory. The interior is perfumed with herbal scents, a production site for what the owners say no one else makes – completely sustainable, o…
Del Norte County Harvest and Halloween EventsGasquet Annual Harvest Festival October 18, 4-6 p.m. Gasquet Ranger Station, 10600 U.S. Highway 199 in Gasquet