By popular demand and our desire to better meet the needs of our valuable patrons, we’ve expanded our hours for curbside services. The curbside hours are now expanded to Mondays through Thursdays from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. and Saturdays from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
This month, we remember our friend and faithful volunteer, the late Albert Halls, M.D., on what would have been his 93rd birthday. Many of his friends knew that Dr. Halls was a “walker;” he did not drive. He would track his mileage every day and every year he would have a total for the miles…
Del Norte Association for Cultural Awareness will hang the Sixth aAnnual Arts in Corrections exhibit, entitled “Art from the Inside VI,” on Jan. 14 at the Del Norte County Courthouse, located at 450 H St. in Crescent City. The exhibit will remain on display through March 3.
The Rogue Community College Board of Education at its Dec. 15 meeting unanimously selected Maria Ramos Underwood to serve as an interim member. She will represent Zone 7 which encompasses the northeast quarter of the city of Medford. The position was filled due to the passing of board member…
Grange Co-op in partnership with local Rogue Co-ops has awarded over $118,000 in scholarships within the last eight years. Grange Co-op is excited to continue this gift to the hard-working and committed young adults of the community by announcing the opening of the 2021-22 Grange Co-op and R…
CRESCENT CITY — Amidst the chaos of the COVID-19 pandemic comes an inspirational story of giving that brings hope to students and teachers of the small, rural Redwood Elementary School in Del Norte County.
Most Del Norters return their library materials on time. They understand that others may be waiting to use them. But many civic-minded book-lovers struggle to return books. They may not have reliable transportation. They may live in insecure housing. They may be dealing with domestic violence.
The Crescent City Harbor was a beehive of activity Friday night as boat owners and their crews waited to see if they could head out to fish for Dungeness crab. By Saturday morning, it was eerily quiet.
The HSU Native American Studies Food Sovereignty Lab and Cultural Workspace project has received an award for $80,000 from Humboldt Energy Independence Fund. In Spring 2020, students working on the project submitted an idea paper to HEIF to apply for funds to begin remodeling the lab space.
Pelican Bay inmates will be funding a handful of Christmas wishes this year, after the Pelican Bay Athletic Organization handed out checks to two different gift-giving charities last week.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced Wednesday, Dec. 2, that the tufted puffin, a charismatic seabird on the North Pacific Ocean, does not warrant listing as threatened or endangered under the Endangered Species Act.
COVID-19 cases continue to surge around the country, so this year’s holiday season may be quieter than usual. Gone are the guests, but there are still plenty of seasonal things that can be troublesome for your pets.
Wild Rivers Community Foundation awarded $25,000 in Holiday Partnership grants this week to 21 nonprofit organizations, agencies and churches that provide thousands of children and adults in Curry and Del Norte counties with much-needed food, clothing, gifts and other services.
In response to the rapidly increasing number of COVID-19 cases in the region, the Yurok Tribal Council voted to close the Yurok Reservation for three weeks starting Monday.
Time to get out your lights and dress up your vehicles, horses, wagons, busses, dump trucks and fire trucks for the annual Brookings Christmas Light Parade on Dec. 12. Parade lineup is at 4:30 p.m. at Azalea Middle School, 505 Pacific Ave., Brookings. The parade begins at dark, 5:30 p.m.
During the past a decade, the Yurok Tribe and the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians have enjoyed a genuinely unique, reciprocal government-to-government relationship, despite the immense geographical distance between the tribal nations.
Kampgrounds of America, the world’s largest family of family-friendly, open-to-the-public campgrounds, is pleased to announce that the Crescent City/Redwoods KOA Holiday has earned the 2021 KOA President’s Award and KOA Founder’s Award. These prestigious awards were presented Nov. 17 at KOA’…
For many foster children in the community, keeping up with educational demands is a challenge. Without the proper equipment, it can be close to impossible.
The Christmas parade and tree lighting scheduled for Friday has been canceled due to the continuing rise of COVID-19 in Crescent City and Del Norte County.
William E. (Bill) Roberts, an American actor, author and voice artist living in London, England, has published his latest novel, “The Rivers: An Arnold Rednapp Mystery,” which is set up the Klamath River amongst the Karuk, Hupa and Yurok people, with parallel stories in the modern day and ba…
In a tourist town, pets are bound to get left behind by visitors. Especially cats, which led to a growing feral cat population in Crescent City.
The Fogbank Clothing Company founding trio launched their idea to better promote Del Norte County and Northern California in 2015.
Former Brookings resident Jonathan C. Gehrig has written a book, “A Son’s Promise,” and will be in town for a book signing on Nov. 14 at 11 a.m. at the Port near the Bells and Whistle coffee shop.
Join Tolowa Dunes Stewards, Redwood Parks Conservancy, and California State Parks this Sunday, Nov. 15 from 12 noon to 4 p.m., to restore the precious native habitat of the Big Dune in Tolowa Dunes State Park. We will be safely distancing as we work. Bring your MASK (for getting within 10 ft…
In 2006, Michael Ekkart was hired on as a regular flooring associate when Home Depot debuted in Crescent City after replacing the old Kmart building.
The Del Norte Trail Alliance has rallied volunteers the past 2 1/2 years to help the Six Rivers National Forest maintain their trails.
Organizers for Sea Cruise fought an uphill battle to pull off the 29th annual event. First they overcame a year of the coronavirus pandemic shutting down most other social events. Then the rain Saturday, Oct. 10 threatened to chase away all but the most die hard fans.
‘Along came a spider and sat down beside her,’ words from a famous nursery rhyme we all learned as children, but don’t be surprised if you are seeing more and more spiders in, on or around your homes and gardens as the weather gets a little cooler.