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Inmates clean up Del Norte County - KIEM-TV | Redwood News

DEL NORTE COUNTY – A new program looks to clean up Del Norte County and the workers wear orange, but we’re not talking safety vest. They’re Del Norte County inmates.Our Leon Purvis explores the Crescent City clean up initiative.

KIEM-TV.COM - 2018-10-20 01:16:10

Homeless issues deepening in community

John Fletcher, who lived in that tent, said he arrived from Klamath Falls Oct. 12 and set up camp beside the Chetco River Bridge in Harbor to get a job and start over.

CURRY COASTAL PILOT - 2018-10-20 05:47:03

Cryin’ Chris Howard is a ridiculous superviso

First of all: it’s a waste of money and to date, I’ve not seen or heard of any positive outcomes of Howard traveling to our nation’s capital. Secondly, he appointed Cowan because she received a letter from the White House inviting her to tour the White House. She received that letter as did all the

DAILY TRIPLICATE - 2018-10-20 13:00:05

Klondike Fire update - KOBI-TV NBC5 / KOTI-TV NBC2

The U.S. Forest Service said the fire started after over 1,000 lightning strikes pummeled the area on July 15. Since then, the fire has grown to nearly 174,000 acres 9 miles southwest of Selma.

KOBI5.COM - 2018-10-19 17:14:38

OSP Highway 199 pursuit ends in O'Brien

The male driver was taken into custody after a pursuing officer initiated, what law enforcement calls, a pit maneuver to force the truck onto the shoulder in the O'Brien area just north of the state line with California.

KTVL - 2018-10-21 00:49:59

Tax increase won’t scare away visitors

When l first saw the signs go up against Measure C, and the stretching of facts about the effects of Measure C that were online, I wanted to fight back. I wanted to show how some of the facts were manipulated to mislead people and some were just plain untruthful.

DAILY TRIPLICATE - 2018-10-20 13:00:12

Letter: Richard Marks supports realistic port development

Harbor Commissioner Richard Marks supports realistic port development and attainable economic growth for our community, the other candidate’s answer to all our troubles is a train to Red Bluff. This discussion is getting timeworn. Commissioners are not opposed to rail or port development, but we can

EUREKA TIMES-STANDARD - 2018-10-20 23:15:13

Reel Deal: Rivers still await some rain

Salmon fishing in the Chetco Estuary has slowed down a little bit this week. Although anglers are still getting a few bites in the estuary, the fish are starting to move upsteam. The best bite in the Chetco Estuary, according to Andy Martin of Wild Rivers Fishing, has been on the outgoing tide.

DAILY TRIPLICATE - 2018-10-20 13:00:06

Pacific Power Responds to Josephine County Smart Meter Ordinance

GRANTS PASS, Ore. — On Thursday,the Josephine County Board of Commissioners met for their first reading of an ordinanceintended to appease those who have resisted Pacific Power's transition to smart meters. By Friday, the utility company had responded — indicating that no such thing was possible."As

KDRV

Trump wants to cut red tape, hasten water projects in California

California may be famous for its Hollywood star power, wealth and technological innovation, but there is a different part of the state where poverty prevails in little farm towns halfway between Los Angeles and San Francisco. (Oct. 19)AP

RECORD SEARCHLIGHT - 2018-10-20 00:09:00

Updates given at McGuire Town Hall

Panelist speakers were Crescent City Mayor Blake Inscore, Del Norte County Supervisor Chair Chris Howard, Del Norte Sheriff’s Commander Bill Steven, Caltrans District 1 Director Richard Mullen, Last Chance Grade Project Manager Jaime Matteoli and school Superintendent Jeff Harris.

DAILY TRIPLICATE - 2018-10-20 00:00:00

Suspect in Key Bank robbery in custody - KOBI-TV NBC5 / KOTI-TV NBC2

His charges in include robbery in the second degree, theft in the second degree, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle and possession of a controlled substance – Meth.

KOBI5.COM

City continues to work on local blight

Submitted Highlighting Code Enforcement Week, Community Development Director Eric Taylor showed examples of issues city staff have dealt with, including before and after images of this building on Highway 101 South.7925319View larger image

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Letter: New home building permit contradiction spotted

OK, so they did not tell me anything about this in the beginning. I had my septic system engineered. So I should be done right? No, I had to go down and pay the county school tax for new construction, even though I haven´t even received the house as of yet.

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Reel Deal: Rivers need water

Salmon fishing in the Chetco Estuary has slowed down a little bit this week. Although anglers are still getting a few bites in the estuary, the fish are starting to move upsteam. The best bite in the Chetco Estuary, according to Andy Martin of Wild Rivers Fishing, has been on the outgoing tide.

CURRY COASTAL PILOT - 2018-10-20 00:00:00

4 Exciting Dam-Removal Projects to Watch

For much of the 20th century humans got really good at dam building. Dams—embraced for their flood protection, water storage and electricity generation—drove industry, built cities and helped turn deserts into farms. The United States alone has now amassed more than 90,000 dams, half of which are 25

ECOWATCH.COM

4000 evacuated from Bay Point after grass fire threatens gas line

Contra Costa County Fire Protection District, Sheriffs Office and Chevron officials announced Thursday morning that an underground gas vault fire is still burning at a Chevron facility in Pittsburg, Calif. The threat of an explosion forced the evacuation of 4,000 people, officials said. lessContra C

NEWSLINE.COM

New law makes it easier for residents to dispose of drugs, used needles

Signed by Gov. Jerry Brown on Sept. 30, Senate Bill 212 establishes a statewide take-back program for people to dispose of drugs they’re not taking any longer as well as used needles, Ward said. It would require the distribution of a free safe sharps disposal container with every needle sold.

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Letter: North Coast residents lucky to have an airline like Contour

I do, however, take issue and have concerns with a few of the writer’s comments. The writer talked to a Contour co-pilot who told him they (Contour) follow FAA rules.

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Crescent Fire pays tribute to Wakefields

“Remember for every one you know about me, I know something about you,” Wakefield said at the volunteer fire department’s annual Firemen’s Appreciation Dinner on Saturday.

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