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Local property owners should have received their annual property tax statements by now. Del Norte County Treasurer (and tax collector) Barbara Lopez said nearly 14,000 bills were mailed on Oct. 9.

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On a crisp fall morning, in the not-quite-light of pre-dawn, men in waders gathered to seine for fish at Huntley Park on the Rogue River, about 7 miles up Jerrys Flat Road out of Gold Beach.

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Oregon-based Country Media Inc. purchased The Triplicate, and the Curry County Pilot in Brookings, out of bankruptcy on July 1. Now, four months later, The Triplicate’s subscribers will see changes in how and when it’s delivered.

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Crescent City Police closed Second Street at 11:30 a.m. today after a suspicious device was found at the Redwood National and State Parks office. 

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Simmons Prepared Foods, Inc., from Gentry, Ark., is recalling more than 2 million pounds of poultry products that may be contaminated with extraneous materials, specifically metal, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced today. 

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An aerial explosive firework was launched just east of Del Norte High School’s football field during the final home game Nov. 1, said local officials, traveling over the field and exploding directly above several players.

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Lisa Anderson, 42, of Crescent City, was convicted of welfare fraud, sentenced to jail for 90 days, probation for three years and a fine of $1,600.

The Yurok Tribe has accepted Javier Kinney’s resignation as executive director of the Yurok Tribe today, Nov. 4.  In an effort to protect our employees and those who work with the Yurok Tribe the Human Resource Policies require personnel issues to remain confidential.

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Jack Anthony Althof, 52, of Crescent City, was convicted of misdemeanor driving on a suspended license, sentenced to jail for 100 days and a fine of $2,602. Althof also was convicted of two counts of failure to appear in court, sentenced to jail for 100 days and a fine of $700.

The Oct. 30 Triplicate incorrectly stated the performance date of Rockin’ Down the HiWay. The Doobie Brothers tribute band performs at 7 p.m. Nov. 9 at the Tolowa Event Center, 350 N. Indian Road. Tickets are $25, available online at https://conta.cc/2qL8W3p. Doors open at 6 p.m. and music s…

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High winds contributed to a loss of power for almost 10,000 Del Norte residents and a red flag fire danger warning for parts of the county. 

The test results of the standardized California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP) show the Del Norte Unified School District continues to lag behind state levels in English arts and math.

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The cause of a fire on Oct. 23, that destroyed the the Pac-Nor Barreling plant, at 99299 Overlook Road in Brookings, may not be known for months, according to Harbor Fire intern Chief Thomas Sorrentino.

The cause of a fire on Oct. 23, that destroyed the the Pac-Nor Barreling plant, at 99299 Overlook Road in Brookings, may not be known for months, according to Harbor Fire intern Chief Thomas Sorrentino.

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The U.S. Geological Survey reports three small undersea earthquakes occurred along the Oregon and California Coasts Monday morning, Oct. 28.

The City of Eureka returned ownership of nearly the entirety of Tuluwat Island, also known as Indian Island, to the Wiyot Tribe during a ceremony Oct. 21.  

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A bill that could allow banks to work with cannabis-related businesses is moving to the U.S. Senate. If passed, cannabis businesses could move away from cash-only commerce.  

California has passed legislation joining 27 states, including Oregon, that have approved bills allowing motorists to salvage game animals killed by vehicles.

Officer Richard Griffin, 40, was sworn in as the new chief of police during Monday night’s Crescent City Council meeting. We sat down with Griffin beforehand and asked him about his rise through the ranks, the top issues facing the city - and just how big a role did Mel Gibson play in influe…

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Crystal Ann Aldrich, 36, of Crescent City, was convicted of violating probation and sentenced to jail for six days.

The Del Norte Recreational Gymnasium at 1005 H St. in Crescent City will be closed through mid-November for floor maintenance. 

The governing board of the Del Norte Unified School District voted Oct.10 to back Assembly Bill 48, which would put a $15-billion construction bond before voters in March 2020.