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Brookings man jumps from Thomas Creek Bridge
Curry County Sheriff’s office announced that On Monday, February 12 officers started receiving several 911 calls regarding a possible person jumping from the Thomas Creek Bridge, about ten miles north of Brookings. One of the callers stated they may have seen a person go over the edge of the bridge. Thomas Creek Bridge is known for being the highest bridge in Oregon at 345 feet above the creek below. The Oregon State Police were notified while Sheriff’s personnel responded and located a vehicle parked next...
Del Norte County invites public input for strategic plan
DEL NORTE COUNTY — Del Norte County is embarking on a strategic planning initiative directed by the Board of Supervisors, aiming to gather input from stakeholders, including the public. According to County officials, the initiative seeks to shape the county's future direction and priorities. Questions are provided to gather...
North Coast Braces for Rain and Gusty Winds Before Frigid Late-Week Storm
The tranquil weather that has graced the North Coast is about to face disruption as the National Weather Service's Eureka office predicts a round of moderate rain and gusty northwest winds on Monday.
Del Norte Realtors Recognize Its Top Producers
The Del Norte Association of Realtors met at the Elk Valley Rancheria for its annual awards dinner for 2023 and recognized several outstanding professionals. Top Producer- #1 in sales volume - Donna Zorn Realtor of the year 2023 - Kevin Hawkins ...
Discover Cave Junction: 3 Must-Try Pizzas in Town
In this article, we're exploring three superb pizzerias in Cave Junction. Have you had the chance to taste their delicious offerings yet? If yes, we'd love to hear your experiences. Please share your thoughts in the comments section below.
The Spring Tease is Over as a New Wet Weather Pattern is Forecast to Start the Work Week
After enjoying a few days of what seems to be a Spring tease, a change back to a wet weather pattern is forecast with the first weather system moving into the area Monday prompting Winter Storm Warnings from the National Weather Service to start an active weather week for southern Oregon and northern California.
Fast-moving storm system to dump light rain, snow on parts of Northern California next week
The National Weather Service Eureka Office issues a weather advisory as a swift-moving front is anticipated to bring light rain and high mountain snow on Monday. The primary impact is expected in Del Norte County, with additional effects on the Siskiyou mountains. Residents are urged to stay informed and take necessary precautions.
Del Norte County Boasts Award-Winning Craft Brews
Del Norte’s local micro Brewers were recognized with several awards at recent competitions. Both Sea Quake and Port’O Pints celebrated their recent recognition awards. At the 30th annual Winter US Beer tasting Championship, the best of California Porter was won by SeaQuake. Port’O Pints earned the top award My Honeys Brown, best of California Brown Ale. Port’O Pints also prevailed in best of Belgian Style- Sneaker Wave, best of Vienna/Marzen-Oktoberfest and best of Holiday Spice Beer- Mr. Krampus 2023. ...
Four Paws to retire
Mark Franusich has served his community well. Dr. Mark will be hanging up his stethoscope after four decades of dedicated, compassionate service to spend more time with his family and travel. Four Paws Pet Hospital will close March 31. Franusich shared his gratitude and profound thanks to this community and appreciation to his human clientele, the canine, feline, equine (horse), aves (bird) families and all creatures in-between. Four Paws Pet Hospital and practice is a turn-key operation available and ready for the next generation of...
Today the gas price is close to $5.15 in Crescent City as of 2024-02-26. Find the available station near you.
Photo from Unsplash and unrelated to the city. For most people, it is a constant necessity of life to manage gas prices. The national average price for a gallon of regular-grade gas on Monday is $3.264, a week ago the price is $3.279 , according to AAA.
City seeks to address critical housing needs
The City seeks to amend its Zoning Map allowing a 2.34 parcel located at 1405 California St. to more than double its residential density and allow a Proposed 16 unit project to increase density an additional 40 dwellings to 56 residential units. Owner- Developer Sam Schauerman is requesting the split-zone R2/C2 be zoned R3 for his Roosevelt Estates (Phase 2) project. The change allows an additional 40 dwelling units to fill a critically needed housing shortage in Crescent City. If approved, Roosevelt Estates project would...
Board approves homeless Shelter, pallet units location
The multi-year search for a homeless shelter has finally come to a successful closure. Supervisors unanimously approved the county-owned Williams Drive location east of Highway 101 as the site for the 60 bed emergency homeless shelter, formerly a mental health building and presently the Sheriff Dept Search and Rescue site. Plans call for the demolition of the aging building to become the emergency shelter. Also approved by the Board include a 50 pallet-sleeping cabin micro village patterned after the Rogue Retreat Hope Village in Medford. ...
🚦 Traffic Flow Restored on US-101 at Last Chance Grade, Del Norte County
The time displayed is local to the original X account in Eureka, CA. Traffic has resumed in both directions at Last Chance Grade, the notoriously unstable segment of US Route 101 located south of Crescent City. Local transportation authorities indicated that, for the moment, no further construction or repair activities are required on this stretch of the highway. Ongoing monitoring of the site will proceed as necessary to ensure the safety and stability of the roadway. Motorists are encouraged to stay informed on the status of Last Chance Grade through the provided URLs. For more details, visit https://t.co/RHCf2K8isK and https://t.co/faudYOtp7p.
CCEC announces 2024 scholarships
Coos-Curry Electric Cooperative, Inc. (CCEC) is proud to announce its 2024 educational outreach programs, aimed at supporting the educational goals of local high school students. With a strong belief in the potential of youth to shape our service territory’s future, CCEC is committed to nurturing the next generation of leaders through various scholarship opportunities and the Washington D.C. Youth Tour. CCEC High School Scholarship Program One of the scholarship programs offered by CCEC is the High School Scholarship Program, which is open to eligible high school seniors who demonstrate exceptional dedication in education, extracurricular involvement, and community engagement. The program awards six scholarships, each valued at $1,000, to deserving students who embody the cooperative spirit and have the potential to become future leaders. The program’s primary objective is to provide support to students throughout their educational journey and foster their leadership skills. For more information and to submit an application visit: www.ccec.coop/scholarships
Savor the Spice: Top 6 Must-Visit Mexican Eateries in Crescent City
In this article, we're exploring six outstanding Mexican restaurants located in Crescent City. Have you had the chance to dine at any of these places yet? If you have, we'd love to hear about your experiences! Please feel free to share your thoughts in the comments section below.
KGW Forecast: 5 p.m., Friday, February 23, 2024
Warm weather graces Oregon with a spring preview, hitting 63 in Portland and 65 in Brookings. Enjoy the mild Saturday before a cold front brings blustery conditions and snow above 2,000 ft starting Sunday. Cascade snowpack set to increase as systems from the north promise a cool, snowy week ahead.
Two Del Norte FFA Members Achieve Highest Honors
Two students from Del Norte Future Farmers of America (FFA) have earned their California State FFA Degrees, last week. Senior Trinity Hawkins and Junior Riley Dubois earned this honor from their work on their agriculture projects, schoolwork,Riley community service and FFA participation. This award is the highest honor the California FFA Organization can bestow upon its members. Riley has worked with her horses to train them and competed in multiple rodeo competitions throughout high school. Trinity has spent time with her breeding goat project, her market lambs, and beef cattle projects, growing and competing at the Del Norte County Fair. Riley has plans to be a veterinarian with a specialty in horse sports medicine. Trinity plans to be a diesel mechanic. The students will be honored in ceremony in Fortuna, March 6.
Guest Column: Offshore Wind Planning is Proceeding
Last week I wrote about the Yurok Tribe sponsored Tribal Offshore Wind Summit in Eureka and the wealth of information I gained from attending this event. The Yurok Tribe is setting a good example of engagement in a public process. They have not taken a position for or against offshore wind but are at the negotiating table. Our local government leaders and citizens also need to pay attention now, even though a wind lease offshore Del Norte County may be years away. Local, state, and...
Major Roadwork Scheduled Friday, February 23 through Thursday, February 29
The following scheduled roadwork has been verified at the time of release. Please keep in mind work is weather permitting and subject to change. For updates to this list, visit: QuickMap at http://quickmap.dot.ca.gov, check the California Highway Information Network (CHIN) at https://roads.dot.ca.gov or call 1-800-GAS-ROAD (1-800-427-7623). For information pertaining to emergency roadwork, check QuickMap and the CHIN.
Interrupted Burglary in Harbor Leads to Cache of Stolen Property and 2 Arrests
The Curry County Sheriff’s Office dispatch center received a report of an interrupted Burglary Thursday, February 1st, at a residence on Oceanview Drive in Harbor. Within minutes, a Sheriff’s Deputy paroling in the area, arrived on scene, and located one of the suspects still inside the residence. It...