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Fishing the North Coast: Boats leave the halibut biting
It’s almost a blessing that the Pacific halibut fishery will be closed for the next two weeks. If allowed to stay open, there’s a real good chance the quota would’ve been gobbled up fairly quickly. The halibut have been on the chew for over a week now, with the only thing slowing down the catch rate
Selma residents uneasy of Klondike Fire being so close - KOBI-TV NBC5 / KOTI-TV NBC2
“The safety of the firefighters obviously and also adjacent communities and people in the path of the fire is our number one priority,” said Peter Frenzen, information officer for the Alaska Interagency Management Team.
Rikuzentakata's beach finally reopens after 2011 tsunami
For the first time since the Tohoku Quake and tsunami of 2011, residents of Crescent City’s Sister City Rikuzentakata, Japan are enjoying their beach again. Tokaishimpo News Reporter Eri Suzuki was at the beach called Oona Coast last week as residents returned to the ocean.
Police Identify 'Person of Interest' in Shooting of Wanted Man in Cave Junction
CAVE JUNCTION, Ore. — Investigators have identified a person of interest in the shooting of 34-year-old Eddie Joseph Correia Jr. in Cave Junction early Tuesday morning, according to the Oregon State Police (OSP).
Salmon on the menu for Klamath River festival
KLAMATH, Calif. — Klamath River salmon, freshly caught and cooked over an open fire, is back on the menu at the Yurok Tribe’s 56th annual Klamath Salmon Festival, which is happening Saturday.
Friends of Music concert lineup
The season starts off with a performance Sept. 16, with Judith Ingolfsson and Vladimir Stoupel, a critically acclaimed violin and piano duo from Iceland and Germany. With a special focus on music of the 20th Century, the Duo Ingolfsson-Stoupel presents dynamic programs that explore the countless fas
Klondike Fire grows 5,000 acres
The Klondike Fire northeast of Brookings grew another 5,000 acres over the weekend, to 55,2487 acres, and the Taylor Creek Fire to 48,257 acres, after a cap of cold air holding them down dissipated and hotter temperatures and higher winds kicked in, fire officials said Tuesday.
Fresh Klamath salmon will once again be served at Yurok Tribe festival
Klamath River salmon, freshly caught and cooked the traditional way over an open fire, is back on the menu at the Yurok Tribe’s 56th annual Klamath Salmon Festival, which is happening Saturday.
Thunderstorms could wreak havoc for firefighters
Wind flowing out from those new thunderstorms could prove hazardous to firefighters battling wildfires triggered by a massive July 15 lightning storm, according to the Incident Information System website, which tracks the status of wildfires.
Karuk Tribe lauds fiber project approval
“Once Siskiyou Telephone completes their fiber project, the Karuk Tribe will be able to offer higher speeds to our subscribers,” Cutright said Tuesday. “Once the Karuk Tribe completes the Klamath River Rural Broadband Initiative, the Karuk Tribe will be able to offer higher speeds to Siskiyou Teleph
Local salmon back on the menu at festival
“We are happy to have salmon back on the menu in our homes and at the Salmon Festival,” Yurok Tribal Chairman Thomas P. O’Rourke Sr. said in a written statement. “We invite everyone to the festival, to taste the goodness of the fish and to celebrate the Klamath River.”
Fire Chief: Enough resources are here
“Del Norte and Humboldt County’s ranger units are stripped of resources,” he said, noting that they have few engines for the entire county. “They’re relying heavily on local departments.”
Shooting reported in Cave Junction - KOBI-TV NBC5 / KOTI-TV NBC2
CAVE JUNCTION, Ore. – Detectives are working on a shooting investigation in Cave Junction.Oregon State Police are taking the lead in the case. So far, they haven’t released many details. The only information they’ve confirmed so far is that troopers were dispatched to a reported shooting just after
Pistol whipping suspect shot, in critical condition at hospital
Early Tuesday morning Eddie Correia Jr., 34, was shot in the torso by an unknown person. Oregon State Police Troopers responded at about 1:00 a.m. to the shooting.
Finding a rental in DN isn’t easy
Lola Paquette, a professional property manager with Investment Realty, says a shortage in housing is driving up the cost of rentals, although she’s not sure why. Paquette chalks it up to basic supply and demand and says if she has a property that’s available to rent, it’s often taken within a week.
21 seats open in city council races across Humboldt County
As the Nov. 6 election approaches, candidates are gearing up to grab one of the 21 seats opening up across Humboldt County. In addition, there are two seats open in the harbor district.
Man in critical condition after Cave Junction shooting
Eddie Joseph Correia Jr., 34, described by the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office as a Grants Pass transient, is being treated at Asante Rogue Regional Medical Center in Medford, according to a news release issued by Oregon State Police.
Living on the Wild Rivers
In literature, rivers metaphorically mark the passage of time. I sat through a seminar once in which a PhD student endlessly remarked on every reference to time, every reference to the river and focused it all through a tiring novel about the history of a river. See, it’s circular, round and round,
Three-day symposium focuses on coho salmon
Held Aug. 24–26, the Salmonid Restoration Federation’s 21st-Annual Coho Confab will focus on watershed restoration, techniques and efforts to help coho salmon recover. The symposium will be held at Rock Creek Ranch and will include tours of stream and valley floor restoration efforts in the Lower Kl
Crews continue to work on the Carr, Hat and Hirz fires
The exception was residences in the area around Pit One Powerhouse Road, east to Barrett Lane in Fall River Mills. In addition, the evacuation shelter at Adin Community Center closed as of 5 p.m.