Bicoastal Media News

Friday, Oct. 18, 2019

 

* A video security system led to the arrest of a pair of suspects Wednesday accused of breaking into a home on Huckleberry Ridge near Whaleshead north of Brookings. The home owner notified the Curry County Sheriff’s Office that while he was not at the residence, he could see two suspects via his video monitor. Using the video and the K-9 unit, deputies were able to track the suspects to a nearby home. Arrested were Clarence Jackson, Jr., age 52, and Sebrina Gundlach, 58.

 

* Friends of the Crescent City Harbor is presenting “David’s Haunted Manor” starting tonight at 201 Citizens Dock Road in Crescent City. The event will go on Friday, Saturday and Sunday over the next three weekends. Small scares will be delivered from 6 to 7 p.m., with big scares — the kind that make Lane Carpenter scream like a little girl — are planned from 7 to 9 p.m. The cost is $5 for children under 12, $10 for those 12 and older.

 

* The Brookings-Harbor school district is seeking the public’s input via a pair of surveys. The results will be used to help determine priorities for new funds available through the Student Success Act. Visit the district’s website, www.brookings.k12.or.us.

 

In sports news:

 

* It’s the biggest game of the season tonight, as the 6-1 Warriors of Del Norte play host to the 6-1 Crusaders of Eureka’s St. Bernard’s High in Big Four Conference football action. Kickoff at Mike Whalen Field is set for 7:30 p.m., with the Warrior Pregame show on KPOD 97.9 and delnortesports.com coming on at 7:15.

 

* The Brookings-Harbor High football team puts its undefeated record at risk tonight as the Bruins travel to Medford for a league showdown with St. Mary’s. The game will be played at U.S. Cellular Field just off I-5 in east Medford. Game time is slated for 7 p.m.