Del Norte County
Down a Crescent City residential street, the aroma of fresh-baked brownies and baklava waft through the air. In the early-morning hours, Mary Corcovelos-Mullin is prepping bakery orders while her four children sleep.
On a recent drizzly December morning, a Sunset High School student came running into the school’s office. Out of breath, he apologized for being late, saying he knew a fifth-grade field trip was scheduled for that day and he didn’t want to let the staff down by not showing up.
The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) is offering wild pig hunts in March and April at the Joice Island unit of the Grizzly Island Wildlife Area in Solano County, just north of San Francisco.
Del Norte County themed-clothing brand Fog Bank Clothing has spread some holiday cheer by encouraging community giving during its 12 days of Fog Bank scavenger hunt.
The Del Norte chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution will present Acoustic Journeys, an afternoon of readings of seasonal passages accompanied by classical guitar, at 2 p.m. Dec. 28 at Grace Lutheran Church, 188 E. Cooper St.
As the winter rains set in, follow the aroma of fresh-baked foods to the little blue drive-through off U.S. Highway 101. That’s Crescent City’s newest bakery - Sally’s by the Sea.
Christmas came early Dec. 19 for students at Redwood Elementary School in Smith River, thanks to employees of Pelican Bay State Prison - and Santa Claus.
Beginning New Year’s Day, most of the campsites at Alfred A. Loeb State Park will be taking reservations for Memorial Day through Sept. 30, 2020.
Delegates from Crescent City’s Japanese sister city Rikuzentakata visited here for the purpose of attending women’s empowerment workshops, observing educational strategies and furthering the two cities’ relationship.
The Crescent City Foursquare Church presented its annual Singing Christmas Tree last weekend as a gift to the community, bringing in about 1,500 appreciative audience members.
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.