Thursday Jun 13
Coastal Voices: If Del Norte has a plan, it seems to not follow it
I moved to Del Norte County in July 1997, choosing here over Sequim, Wash., due to the beauty of the Smith River and giant redwoods and a few other reasons.
Thursday Jun 13
Full-service hotel opening soon
'We don't have something like this' Del Norte County's first and only full-service hotel will soon be open for business.
Constructing two new spans: The bridges of South Fork
Access to the upper reaches of South Fork Smith River has a long and storied past, harking back to Del Norte's boot-strapping days of miners, loggers and mule trains.
Lawsuit only way to get highway concerns addressed
For the past five years members of the Friends of Del Norte have been questioning the reasoning and environmental analysis behind the Caltrans highway widening project of highways 197 and 199.
Study confirms ancient tobacco use on the Pacific Coast
If University of California, Davis archaeologist Shannon Tushingham isn't exactly hooked on tobacco, she's certainly fascinated by it.
Around Del Norte: County fair mementos are sought
The origins of the Del Norte County Fair go back a long way - - 120 years to be exact - and organizers want to capture those days of yesteryear with a special memorabilia display for this year's fair, which runs from Aug.
News of Record May 3-9, 2013
Del Norte County Superior Court felony and misdemeanor sentencings for the week of May 3-9 include: • Paul Lawrence Fisher, 29, Smith River, was sentenced to 270 days in County Jail, three years probation and fined $350 for obstructing/resisting an officer • Cara Lynn Baker, 45, Crescent City, was sentenced to 30 days in County ... (more)
Ukiah Blog Live
Statement from Will Parrish: "The Greatest Gift Mendocino County...
"On May 14th, I ascended roughly 70 feet into a 100-foot tall valley oak that stands in the path of the California Department of Transportation's proposed six-mile freeway through Little Lake Valley.