Bicoastal Media News

Thursday, March 23, 2017

* The campaign for Crescent City annual Relay for Life kicks off today as part of the social mixer hosted by Lisa McKeon State Farm office and the Crescent City/Del Norte Chamber of Commerce. Relay organizers will share details about this year’s event. The mixer will be at 1080 Mason Mall.

* Bail was denied for David J. Soldano, the man accused of stabbing to death Timothy Thompson early Monday morning in the Klamath Glen. Also injured in the alleged attack was Todd Burhus. According to Del Norte County District Attorney, Soldano is being charged with murder and attempted murder, with a special allegation of hate crimes.

* The Del Norte school board meets today, meeting as the county board at 3:30 p.m. and as the district board at 4:30 p.m. The six-month enrollment report will be presented, along with the awarding of the contract for the Del Norte High portables renovation project. The meetings will be in the Education Center Building on Washington Boulevard in Crescent City.

In sports news:

* The annual Redwood Wild Rivers Runs is on tap for Saturday starting at 11 a.m. Two events are offered — a five-kilometer and a 15-kilometer run/walk. The cost is $20. The race starts at the covered bridge on Douglas Park Road off South Fork Road. For more information, contact Ralph Hirt, at 464-3779.

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