Bicoastal Media News

Wednesday, June 26, 2019

* Quick action by employees of Frank’s Heating and Refrigeration saved a residence on 260 National Boulevard in Crescent City Tuesday morning. According to Chief Bill Gillespie of Crescent City Fire and Rescue, light smoke was coming from a bedroom window across the street from the business’s shop. With the fire department called, Frank’s crew used a garden hose to extinguish the fire before it got roaring. When firefighters were arrived, the fire was out. A short in an electrical power strip was blamed for starting the short-lived blaze.

* The Curry County Commissioners have a trio of meetings today. A public hearing is slated for 11 a.m., followed by the 2 p.m. bi-weekly administrative workshop. The weekly business meeting starts at 5 p.m., when members of the wolf advisory committee will be appointed, and a new business license ordinance will be considered. All meetings will be in the courthouse annex on Moore Street in Gold Beach.

* An open door workshop regarding Elk Valley Crossroad, from U.S. Highway 101 to Lake Earl Drive, will be held today by the Del Norte Local Transportation Commission. The U.S. 101 and Elk Valley Crossroad intersection has been the site of numerous serious accidents. The meeting will go from 4:30 to 6 p.m. at Sunset High School.

* Organizers of this year’s Del Norte Relay for Life are looking for cancer survivors who would like to walk or be pushed in wheelchairs during the Fourth of July parade. Also wanted are volunteers to help set up and tear down during the July 19-20 event. For more information, call Chelsea Sanyaolu at 951-9154.