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According to a California Highway Patrol press release, initial investigation indicates that Charles M. Fraser, 68, was seated in a motorized wheelchair when he crossed the freeway directly in front of approaching southbound traffic. Fraser was hit
For the few handfuls of people who showed up on time for Wednesday's District 4-3A Southern Division semifinal, they saw the game decided. Within the first 28 seconds, Jerrell Oxendine and Marquis Batts bombed away on back-to-back, 3-point field
In those 30 years, he had influenced the lives of many people as a friend, a soldier, a wrestler, a surfer, a musician, a brother and a son...His family first moved to Crescent City, California in 1984 where Miles began his love affair with the ocean.
It was the Huskies that were in control early, though, as Fortuna was able to take advantage of its size and athletic ability, translating those into steals at the defensive end and multiple looks at the basket on the offensive end of the floor.
Calif.An unexpectedly large run of salmon in the rivers of far Northern California this winter is providing an economic boost to local communities across the hard-hit region. After years of declining fish numbers, some waterways, including the Smith
Eric Turner, Barrick Sala and Isaac Terry all recorded pins in their upper weight classification matches, as Del Norte completed an unblemished regular season with a 48-23 victory over Eureka on Wednesday. The victory leaves the Warriors with a slim
The greatest high school soccer player to step on a Putnam County field for a Putnam County team put on the greatest performance in the sport's 17 years inside these borders...It marked the second straight district title for the Raiders, making them
Nick McBride scored a career-high 41 points, as the Del Norte Warriors began the second half of the Big Five season in the same fashion as the first, with a victory over the McKinleyville Panthers, this time at Crescent City. The home team was
Taylor Gleave scored a game-high 18 points as the Arcata Tigers picked up their second emphatic Big Five win of the week, defeating the Del Norte Warriors 56-33 on Tuesday. The contest started slowly for both teams, as they both committed four
E-mail Sharing the beauty of trees while encouraging students to care for the natural environment was the focus of this year's Arbor Day celebration Friday morning at Palatka High School. Twenty students from David Brown's agriscience class planted