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Sup. 2nd District Supervisor, Lori Cowan: Oxford House deal scam or legit?

By Donna Westfall – July 14, 2017 –  On the Crescent City-Del Norte County Taxpayer’s Association agenda last night, July 13th,  was Agenda Item #5: “Discuss whether or not to…

Is Supervisor 2nd District, Lori Cowan hiding something?

By Donna Westfall – July 11, 2017 Half-Way Houses – it can be a good place to help those transitioning off drugs and alcohol. Did you know that on today’s…

Triplicate Editor Whine’s Again

By Samuel Strait – July 6, 2017 – When I read the recent whine by our local editor, Robin Fornoff, of the Triplicate, “My View:  $38,000 Bill for petty grievances…

Day 1: Bryan Ranger “sex abuse” trial

Day 1:  Bryan Ranger “sex abuse” trial

By Donna Westfall – June 14, 2017  – Back on October 11, 2013, the  TRIPLICATE newspaper ran an article titled, “C.C. Man to face sex crimes charges,” and proceeded to…

Is obstruction of justice a felony or a misdemeanor?

By Donna Westfall – April 267, 2017 – It never ceases to amaze me when when government officials are paid to do a job and then don’t do it.  For…

BREAKING NEWS: Part 2 – Mercy Ranger Confesses

By Donna Westfall – April 16, 2017 – MISCARRIAGE OF JUSTICE? Whenever a person of principal sits in jail unwilling to admit guilt or to plea bargain, some might call…

Apologies from Hemmingsen, Howard and Cable

By Donna Westfall – April 13, 2017 – Denying 1st Amendment rights came back to the April 11, 2017 Board of Supervisors meeting for discussion in a number of ways:…

April is Child Abuse Prevention Month: What to do if CPS is accusing you of abuse or neglect

By Donna Westfall – April 5, 2017 – Child Protection Services (CPS) was established in 1912. For the past 100 years, incidences of abuse and neglect were handled by government…

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