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College of the Redwoods will award a total of 426 associate degrees and/or certificates of achievement to students throughout the CR District this week during four separate commencement ceremonies.

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Pelican Bay State Prison is hiring Correctional Officers! Apply for a rewarding career in public service and earn up to $100,000 annually with available incentives. On Saturday, May 21st at the Elk Valley Rancheria, learn about becoming a Correctional Officer, apply onsite, and take the writ…

In an attempt to centralize coordination of District outreach efforts to local high school students, their parents and others community partners, College of the Redwoods has hired several new staff members to form a full-time Outreach Team. Myke Magdaleno will lead the efforts as the Outreac…

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Cooperation Humboldt’s Community Food Guide is available now at newsstands throughout Humboldt and Del Norte Counties, as well as at the North Coast Co-op and the North Coast Growers Association booth at local farmers markets. Content can also be accessed online at cooperationhumboldt.org.

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Summertime fun and worship was celebrated in February at the fourth annual Camp Living Waters reunion held on February 25, 2022 at St. Alban’s Episcopal Church in Arcata. 

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Mayor Jason Greenough recently presented a Crescent City proclamation recognizing the North Coast Rape Crisis Team. Receiving the honor are Bonnie Smith, client advocate, and Liz Hutchens, program supervisor. The  North Coast Rape Crisis Team hotline is 707-465-2851. Volunteers can contact t…

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Oregon State University’s Hatfield Marine Science Center will host a virtual Marine Science Day Saturday, April 9, that will include a live shark dissection and a talk about a rare whale sighting off the coast of Oregon.

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After receiving about 250 eligible submissions, the Oregon King Tides Project is excited to announce the winners of the winter 2021-2022 King Tides Photo Contest. The photo contest was sponsored by the Oregon Coast Visitors Association in partnership with the coordinators of the King Tides P…

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Sunset High School student Kevin O’Sullivan is the newest Del Norte County Poetry Out Loud Champion. As champion, O’Sullivan will be competing in the California Poetry Out Loud state finals virtually March 11. Winners will be announced on Wednesday, March 16.

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The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) is pleased to announce the ninth annual California Invasive Species Youth Art Contest. This year’s theme, “Unite to Fight Invasive Species,” reflects the need for all Californians to work together to prevent the spread and impacts of inva…

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Take a look at our 2022 Del Norte County Calendar here and contact the office at 707-460-6727 to purchase a printed copy for just $5!

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The Del Norte Food Security Task Force, a collaboration of over 30 partners who work together to increase food security for Del Norte County residents, is teaming up again to distribute holiday food boxes.

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Michael Mavris, a fifth-grade student from Mary Peacock Elementary in Del Norte County, was selected as the youth tree lighter in a surprise joint call between U.S. Representative Jared Huffman and Forest Supervisor Ted McArthur last week.

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 The Northern California Community Blood Bank recently celebrated the significant milestone of 70 years serving Humboldt and Del Norte Counties. To celebrate the milestone, the community was invited to join staff October 6 at the Blood Center located at 2524 Harrison Avenue. Some donors rece…

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Representative Jared Huffman (D-San Rafael) applauded a nearly $30 million federal grant awarded to the Yurok Tribe through the U.S. Department of Education’s Promise Neighborhoods grant program to build a regional five-year effort for a Cradle-School-Career Pathway Project in rural Del Nort…

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The award winners from this summer’s Art at the Port Exhibition will be displayed in the gallery at Manley Art Center from October 3- 30. There is a Second Saturday Art Walk planned for October 9 from 3-5 p.m.  Sixty-four entries in three categories; adults, teens and youth under 12, were di…

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The Oregon Shores Conservation Coalition is celebrating its 50th anniversary year with a series of online talks from far-flung experts, addressing the coming challenges of the next 50 years.

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As you may have heard, as part of the 51-year USDA Forest Service tradition, the Six Rivers National Forest is providing the People’s Tree for the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol and 80+ smaller companion trees to adorn the offices throughout Washington, D.C. for the 2021 holiday season.

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After cancelling last year due to COVID-19, the Del Norte County Fair drew in huge crowds over the weekend. Some of the largest crowds came out for the Demolition Derby, Tuff Truck and pit bike races on Sunday.

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The Lucky 7 Casino will be the site of a memorial for Dayle Niemie, longtime founder and promoter of the Lucky 7 MDA classic car show, who died February 25.

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After an initial miscount, a vote to increase funding to the Crescent City Fire Protection District through resident property taxes may have actually passed by an incredibly slim margin. 

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“Nature’s Magic” Exhibit by Carol Long

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State Senator Mike McGuire will host two remote meetings about the steps the state is taking to prepare for what looks to be an active fire season in California.

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Elk Valley Casino, home of entertainment in Crescent City, recently donated $2,075.63 to Gateway Education.  Elk Valley Casino has several donation boxes on the casino floor that customers utilize when depositing their tickets.  Typically, these are small amounts ranging from a couple of cen…