Pages of History: Coast Guard crew honors
From the pages of the Del Norte Triplicate, November 1958: Klamath C.G. honors crew Nine enlisted men of the Coast Guard, stationed on the Klamath River at various times this summer to protect fishermen, were honored at a prime rib dinner held at Babe?s Café in Klamath Friday night.
The Kelsey Trail
Kelsey National Recreation Trail, rising 4,000 feet in 8 miles between Scott River and Paradise Lake, passes though alpine meadows bounded by Shasta red fir as it approaches the lake.
Christmas tree permits now available from KNF
Permits for Christmas tree cutting on the Klamath National Forest are now available.
Pages of History: Bumper crop of babies at the hospital
From the pages of the Del Norte Triplicate, December 1952: A bonanza crop of babies had Seaside Hospital staffers in a dither this week. The nursery Tuesday afternoon was considerably over-populated, with 12 very young infants occupying the space originally designed for six. Monday and Tuesday set some sort of a record in hospital annals, with a total of nine babies being born and a strong ...
Military Advanced Education Magazine Releases Annual Guide to Colleges and Universities
Measures Best Practices in Military and Veteran Education (PRWeb December 08, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/12/prweb12376052.htm
County braces for winter storm
YREKA ? The first strong storm of the season is expected to bring high winds, flood warnings and possible landslides to Siskiyou County, according to Siskiyou County Office of Emergency Services Deputy Director?Ron Quigley.The storm is anticipated to bring sustained high winds to the county, with the potential for gusts in excess of 60-70 mph in the Shasta Valley and Weed areas.Substantial [...]
Obituary: Marlene Marie Dutro McKellar (Aug. 24, 1933 ? Dec. 3, 2014)
Marlene Marie Dutro McKellar was born Aug. 24, 1933, in Long Beach. Raised in San Diego County, she graduated from Vista High School and attended college. At age 20, Marlene came to Northern California to visit her parents at Blue Creek on the Klamath River. Her river guide was her soon-to-be husband Jack, and Marlene made Del Norte County her home from that day forward. There they endured ...
Bennett finishes 20 years on CR board
Del Norte County?s newest representative on the College of the Redwoods Board of Trustees will start her first term today. Carol Matthews, whose career at the College of the Redwoods Del Norte Education Center spans more than 30 years, ran unopposed for CR Trustee Area 3 in the November election. She succeeds Rick Bennett, who had been on the CR Board for 20 years. Bennett announced his ...
Del Norte People: Blessed by company of woodcutters
Longtime Del Norte County resident Chuck Blackburn?s column appears monthly. Each month in my semi-retirement it has been a delight to sit down and choose a topic to write about for the ?Trip.? I have felt blessed in life for all the experiences that God has provided me in so many ways. As I was introduced to the county and the Klamath at age 13 as a seasonal dock boy, it gave me a chance to ...
City council meeting all talk, no action
Mount Shasta City Councilor Tom Moore was sworn in for another four year term, Bob Rice gave a presentation about the Collier Interpretive and Information Center, public comment was heard, committees and commissions reported, but no action was taken at Monday's council meeting.