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.
Champions for Change Crescent City, CalFresh Healthy Living and Leah’s Pantry present Kids Food Smarts, a free, six-week selection of virtual classes on family nutrition. The nutrition education workshops, from 6-7 p.m. July 15 to Aug. 19 are: July 15: Setting the Stage for Healthy Choices …
In this odd and unprecedented year of 2020 in which all events have been canceled, the Rogue River Triathlon has been granted the green-light! We are going to run the event! We will be following Oregon state guidelines regarding COVID-19.
July brings with it thoughts of celebrating our freedom and independence. This year, with unrest taking on many different forms around the world and trying to impress us like modern-day Goliaths, it’s more important than ever to think about who we really are, how that affects our freedom, an…
The Del Norte Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution recently installed officers for the 2020-22 term. They are Regent Cori Higgins, Vice Regent Marlene Young, Chaplain Annette Short, Treasurer Paulette Eneim Recording Secretary Jackie Henry-Ross, Corresponding Secretary Prisci…
Hoping to attack weeds that have taken hold in sidewalks, curbs, and gutters through Crescent City, Roger Gitlin has formed a volunteer group, Pride in Community (PIC), which will begin work at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, July 1.
Del Norte High School’s Class of 2020 didn’t have a traditional school year or a traditional graduation because of the disruption related to concerns about the COVID-19 pandemic. But some traditions continued quietly behind the scenes as individuals and community organizations stepped up onc…
With the traditional, annual Independence Day events canceled due to the pandemic, organizers managed to pull together two excellent alternatives to keep people busy and full of hometown pride over the coming holiday week.
Alex Hutzell, O.D., of Crescent City was among 134 students recently awarded the Doctor of Optometry degree from Southern College of Optometry in Memphis. While at SCO, Hutzell served as a student ambassador, where she hosted campus tours and represented the college at important functions.
Del Norte Association for Cultural Awareness (DNACA) is offering two free arts classes for veterans, active military and their family members.
Tim Fortner only spent four years in the military; 14 months of that time in Southeast Asia. Little did he know, after he left the Marine Corps in 1972, he would spend the next four decades struggling with post-traumatic stress disorder.
This week, nearly 200 Del Norte County children moving on from pre-school to kindergarten are receiving backpacks and t-shirts during drive-by graduations thanks to the work of the Del Norte Child Care Council (DNCCC) and funding from Wild Rivers Community Foundation (WRCF).
Any Yurok Tribal members who are interested in running for election as a representative for the Yurok Tribal Council in the North, Requa and Weitchpec districts may pick up nomination papers in person by appointment only beginning June 15 at the Yurok Tribal Office in Klamath.
Despite the challenges the COVID-19 pandemic created, 180 members of the Del Norte High School Class of 2020 joined with their families, teachers and other community members to celebrate graduation Friday evening, June 12.
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.
There’s only so much to do when stuck in the confines of a home when practicing safe social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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.