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Mother Arrested For Death of Toddler Left in Hot Car While Visiting Friends

WILLITS, CA.– A 23-year-old Trinidad, California woman was arrested after leaving her toddler son in her vehicle for around ten hours.

247HEADLINE.COM - 2018-06-23 08:01:05

Rikuzentakata extends hospitality to Crescent City delegation

The warm and hospitable treatment never wore off. For the duration of the five-day visit, delegates were the guests of honor and every effort was made to make them feel welcome, entertained, comfortable and fed.

DAILY TRIPLICATE - 2018-06-23 13:20:50

Fishing The North Coast: King action hit and miss off the coast

It’s been a while since the North Coast has played second fiddle to other parts of the state when it comes to sport salmon fishing, but that’s the reality right now. Unlike the ports to our south, who are enjoying some of the best salmon fishing that anyone can remember, the large concentrations of

EUREKA TIMES-STANDARD - 2018-06-22 20:18:10

Wildland Fire Breaks Out on Redwood Highway

CAVE JUNCTION, Ore. -- On June 23, 2018 at 12:39 a.m. The Illinois Valley Fire District says a wildland fire broke out at the intersection of Redwood Highway and Laurel Road.

KDRV - 2018-06-23 03:36:00

Complaining about divisiveness creates more divisiveness

Personal experience has taught me that recalls of elected officials are not for the faint of heart. While on the Crescent City Council when I complained about the sewer rate increases, unaffordable loan, predictions of default; not one of my fellow council members agreed that we should question and

DAILY TRIPLICATE - 2018-06-23 00:00:00

Kite festival to fill sky with color

The 26th annual Southern Oregon Kite Festival will be held July 21-22 in Brookings, Oregon.This popular event is free and fun for all ages. Festivities will kick off at 7 p.m. July 20 with an indoor kite flying demo in the Brookings-Harbor High School gym.See nationally and internationally renowned


Sea Haven chosen Yard of the Month for June

The Yard of the Month program began in 2002 and recognizes the most attractive residential and commercial properties inside the city limits, each month from May through September. Monthly winners receive a $50 credit on their water bill or annual business license fee, a commemorative certificate and

CURRY COASTAL PILOT - 2018-06-23 02:44:30

Model Railroad Day welcomes you aboard

• The Del Norte County Fairgrounds, which will feature the Community Layout, a joint project of the Lions Club and the Model Railroad Club that is currently a work in progress. Modeled after Del Norte County in the present period, this layout includes a track climbing through Hiouchi and Gasquet to


Crescent City group delayed by quake

The Del Norte delegation was to catch a high-speed train out of Tokyo to to get closer to Rikuzentakata, but a 4.6 quake just off the shores of Isume on Sunday caused the train line to shut down. Amya Miller, former principal consultant for Rikuzentakata, met the delegation in Japan, and communicate


Brookings seeks $10.9 million loan

The bulk of city customer water bills goes toward paying off the last loan for plant improvements. That first loan was secured in the early aughts and refinanced in 2012 for $9.88 million, Howard said. The city now owes $4.2 million and, at its current rate of repayment, will pay it off in June 2022


Nature program to feature presentation on local beavers

Meet at 1 p.m. Sunday at the Lake Earl Wildlife Area Information Center, 2591 Old Mill Road in Crescent City. Wear comfortable shoes, long sleeve shirt and pants and bring drinking water and mosquito repellant. For more information, call 707-465-6191.


New board tackles backlog of business

In a flurry of activity Tuesday, Port of Brookings Harbor commissioners adopted the 2018-19 budget, approved two leases and voted on a resolution regarding insurance coverage for former port Commissioners Angi Christian, Jan Barbas, Andy Martin and Roger Thompson.


RNSP Installs New Viewing Platform to Protect the Stout Tree, ‘Improve Visitor Experience’

Crescent City, CA— Visitors walking the popular Stout Grove Trail in the Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park section of Redwood National and State Parks will discover a new wooden viewing platform has been built at the base of the venerable Stout Tree. The new platform was funded through donations an


Letter: Some suggestions for the future of the Crescent City harbor

First, I would like to know that all the ethnic balances of our residents will be equally considered and given their due recognition in some affordable manner, ie: mural or water proof paintings of ethnic togetherness, perhaps both image and language samples to go with images, something we and touri


Fire awareness meeting set Tuesday in Brookings

A second fire prevention and public awareness meeting is set for 6 p.m. Tuesday, June 26, at the Chetco Community Public Library in Brookings.


Trinidad Woman Jailed in Mendocino After Allegedly Causing 18-Month-Old Son's Death

According to a press release from the Mendocino County Sheriff’s Office, Alexandrea Raven Scott was taken into custody after bringing her 18-month-old son, Chergery Teywoh Lew Mays, to a Willits hospital, where he was pronounced dead Wednesday.


Absences nearly derail local safety meeting

However, the council could not address two agenda items because sheriff’s department Capt. Mick Espinoza could not attend and present his report on the ALICE program, and Judge Jesse Margolis was in court and could not present progress on drug courts.


Large power outage affecting more than 18,000 people in Josephine, Jackson counties

At its peak, a Tuesday morning power outage affected more than 46,000 Pacific Power customers in Josephine and Jackson counties, leaving them without electricity, according to the utility company.


Nurse retiring after 25 years

After holding nursing positions in obstetrics, the intensive care unit and medical unit for the past 25 years, Parke says there’s one memory that stands out among so many good ones.


Speirs, Ferraccioli complete board

“We need boats and we need businesses, and both must succeed for the port to succeed,” he said.