Bicoastal Media News

Friday, Aug. 23, 2019

* The 57th annual Klamath Salmon Festival comes to life Saturday, with the entire Del Norte County community to take part. The event begins at 10:30 a.m. with a parade, followed by Indian stick games, a salmon barbecue, a 3-on-3 basketball tournament and much more. More than 100 vendors are scheduled to take part. Visitors are urged to use the secure parking lot off exit 769, then follow the signs to Klamath Mill Road.

* The Curry County Board of Commissioners are seeking an applicant to fill the North County position on the Curry Planning Commission. Residents who live north of Mussel Creek/Arizona Beach can apply via the county website to obtain an application. The term runs until September 2022. The deadline to apply is Sept. 12.

* The Brookings-Harbor school district is facing a lawsuit from a former vice principal, who claims his civil rights were violated. Mark Hebert is seeking $750,000 in the suit, which specifically names the district’s board members and former Superintendent Sean Gallagher. Herbert claims he was improperly forced to step down from his post at Brookings-Harbor High School.