The recent series of atmospheric rivers and high winds have damaged the roof of the Historic Carnegie Library, now the Morris Graves Museum of Art, and the Humboldt Arts Council is asking the community for support to replace the damaged roof.
On Saturday, March 25th, along northbound Highway 101, beginning at Parkway Drive, you may have seen men and women wearing hardhats and vests. The Del Norte Republicans participated in a statewide effort to clean up California one segment at a time.
The state of California is making an unprecedented investment in the arts. The “California Creative Corps” program will award $60 million in grants statewide to implement media, outreach, and engagement campaigns.
In case you missed it, spring is here. Catherine Boeckmann of Farmers Almanac says, “The Vernal Equinox occurred last Monday, March 20, at 2:24PM when the plane of the Sun passed over the equator. At that moment, Spring 2023 began.”
On Thursday, March 2, 25 cross-sector leaders from across the region came together over dinner at Café Marina as the inaugural class of Leadership Redwood Coast.
College of the Redwoods will hold a Career Exploration Day for current, prospective, and former students in the CR Learning Resource Center on the main Eureka Campus on March 27 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. The event is free and open to the public.
Some 50 youths and their parents from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints gave a Day of service, Saturday, March 11.
Fritz Gearhart, violinist, and Alexander Tutunov, pianist, will be performing an afternoon concert at the Cultural Center, 1001 Front Street, Crescent City, on Saturday, April 1, at 2 p.m. This is the second Crescent City concert presented by a collaboration of Lighthouse Repertory Theatre a…
The Jedediah Smith Society recently announced its April 2-5 rendezvous trip, which is open to both members and non-members.
Duane “ Sparky” Countess received the California Association of Realtors (CAR) recognition for achieving the status of lifetime membership.
At the recent Realtor awards banquet dinner at the Elk Valley Rancheria, the Del Norte Association of Realtors recognized and honored several realtors:
Seraph Brass, comprised of five of America’s top female brass players, will be showcasing their talent and captivating repertoire in concert at Crescent Elk Auditorium on Friday, March 17, at 7 p.m. as part of the Del Norte-Curry Community Concerts Association’s “Music in the Redwoods” 2022-…
College of the Redwoods is pleased to announce the restructuring of its nursing program, designed to better serve the healthcare needs of the community. The newly appointed leadership team includes experienced nursing professionals with deep ties to healthcare and healthcare education in our…
Emily and Thomas Reed are proud to introduce their newest baby girl, Willow Rose Reed. She was born at 8:16 am on November 14, 2022, weighing 7 pounds, 5 ounces, and 19.5 inches long. She was born at Sutter Coast Hospital in Crescent City.
If you’d been lucky enough to live in Portland in July of 1848, you would have been able to say, literally, that your ship had come in.
A big Crescent City welcome to Dr. John Kirk and his wife Cynthia Parenteau. The couple has acquired the award-winning Port’O Pints brewery/tavern on Northcrest Drive. Kirk, an MD, a gynecologist and obstetrician from Napa, now adds another prime property to the couple’s Del Norte portfolio.…
The College of the Redwoods Multicultural & Equity Center, in partnership with the CR Queer Student Union (QSU) and Lost Coast Pride, will host a drag queen show on April 29, 2023, in the CR Theater on the main Eureka campus. This family friendly event will feature a pre-celebration with…
The College of the Redwoods Art Gallery will present an exhibition of exceptional furniture creations by CR woodworking students and faculty from Feb. 28 to March 23.
On the morning of Dec. 7, 1904, Stephen A.D. Puter had just arrived at the office of U.S. Marshal Jack Matthews. He was expecting some friends to come by … and bail him out of jail.
If you drove the 199 corridor President’s Day weekend and thought there was a sharp increase in the number of vehicles with brightly colored boats of all shapes and sizes strapped to the top or trailing behind, you were not wrong.
A painting of chukar has been chosen by a panel of judges as the winning entry in the 2022-2023 California Upland Game Bird Stamp Art Contest. The painting was created by Jeffrey Klinefelter of Etna Green, Ind.
Recent snow at the Smith River. Photos by Justin Ashley Koehler.
Come together to watch the Oscars in style, as the Humboldt-Del Norte Film Commission partners with the historic Eureka Theater to present the 8th annual Red Carpet Gala on March 12th, 2023.
The Brookings Police Department offered its heartfelt appreciation to community benefactor Judy Schafer. Ms. Shafer donated the funds to acquire canine Duke, a Belgian Malinois to serve as Officer Duke for the Brookings Police Department.
A memorable season on the wrestling mats continued for the Del Norte Warriors on Saturday, as the boys team won a league championship at Fortuna High.
View the online version of our 2023 Care Health & Fitness Guide here!
James Standring, DDS, is expanding his practice in Crescent City.
This past Saturday, Del Norte’s weather was breathtakingly beautiful. The blustery wind showcased our azure blue sky. How better can the public enjoy our sunshine?
Crescent City is now in the art gallery business after the city council voted to allocate $10,000 to display the life works of eclectic Ukrainian-born artist/sculptor and former Crescent City resident Val Polyanin.
After 39 years, Joe Wilson is hanging up his wreches, SAE30 weight oil, O-rings, head gaskets and turning over Wilson’s Auto Repair business.
Coast Central Credit Union (CCCU) announced that the spring 2023 round of its Community Investment Program is now open.
Hiouchi Cafe, located in Crescent City, California, was the big winner at the Meet and Greet New & Long Term residents event at Latitude 42 in Brookings, Oregon. Hiouchi Cafe took first place honors in the clam chowder cook off.
When we think of healthy relationships, especially around Valentine’s Day, our thoughts often go to dating or marriage. We know it isn’t always hearts and roses when it comes to relationships. It can be a lot of hard work and it doesn’t always work. It might surprise us to know that the heal…
College of the Redwoods presents open forum on police and the establishment of the CR Police Department
n light of recent events, including the killing of Tyre Nichols, and in an effort to foster open and transparent dialogue, on February 2, College of the Redwoods hosted the first of a series of open forums to discuss the ongoing development of a campus police department.
Personas, College of the Redwoods’ literary journal with a multilingual focus, is currently accepting submissions for its inaugural issue of original poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, essay, and art that, in a way determined by the author, consider the experience of multilingualism. Writ…
The Crescent City/Del Norte Chamber of Commerce recognized the 2022 Chamber Awards Recipients at their annual Awards Dinner Saturday night January 28th at Elk Valley Casino. Following are the awards recipients. Please join us in congratulating all of these fine individuals, businesses and no…
The Curry County Cruisers met up with the Northern Knights for a week-end Show’n Shine and Chart Room lunch kicking off the 2023 Car Show season.
The Del Norte girls appear poised for a good playoff run on the basketball court.
More than 130 children’s organizations recently called on President Biden to declare a national emergency in response to America’s youth mental health crisis.
Del Norte Association for Cultural Awareness (DNACA) is seeking panelists to review local applications to the Upstate California Creative Corps (UCCC).
College of the Redwoods presents the 2023 Faculty and Staff Exhibition, beginning through Feb. 16, 2023.
Coast Central Credit Union announced the completion by local artist Olivia Fox of a mural on a fenced enclosure in the parking lot of its Eureka Downtown location at 4th and F Streets.
The Del Norte Walking group inaugurated its first walk, Saturday morning.
Kelsey and Wade Mayes are excited to welcome their new son, Wyatt William Mayes who was born December 21, 2022, weighing 8 lbs 9 oz, at Sutter Coast Hospital in Crescent City.
The gifts for Del Norte County’s music students keep on coming as local philanthropists Nick and Lisa Rail donated an additional 50 new, quality band instruments unveiled during Wednesday’s Winter Concert at Del Norte High School.
What brings you joy and fulfillment? Is it your family, job, faith, or a volunteer activity? Or maybe it is a hobby like music, art, woodworking, gardening, yoga, or hiking. It might surprise us to know that what gives our life meaning can also help us live longer. When we do tasks and activ…
The Brookings Flying Club is offering financial scholarships of up to $1500 each to Curry County Oregon and Del Norte County California high school graduates who are interested in pursuing a career in the field of aeronautics.
All calendar items are subject to change as we navigate the changing conditions and guidance related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Please continue to adhere to all safety protocols including physical distancing, wearing masks and frequent hand washing. For information on how to get vaccinated in…
Five lucky and well-deserving kids from Joe Hamilton School spent a fun time with Christmas with a Cop last week.