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Author to sign books

Brookings author Cecilia Johnson will hold a book-signing event Saturday at 5:30 p.m. at Brian Scott Gallery, 515 Chetco Lane, Brookings.

Her latest book is “In Stone Series: Secrets in Stone,” about the mystical adventures of a 15-year-old in 1978.


Folk duo set to perform

Aaron and Nicole Keim comprise The Quiet American, and they’ll bring their folk revival show to Pistol River on Saturday. Submitted
The Pistol River Concert Association will host The Quiet American at 8 p.m. on Saturday at the Pistol River Friendship Hall.

The Quiet American is a husband and wife duo, Aaron and Nicole Keim. A homegrown modern folk revival, their music incorporates traditional ballads, banjo breakdowns, raggy choruses, gospel duets and other dusty Americana gems, all delivered on a wide variety of acoustic instruments.


Food safety class offered

A one-day class to provide the training and testing required to obtain a Food Safety Manager Certificate will be offered Jan. 15 from 8 a.m. to 5:20 p.m. at the Del Norte Workforce Center, 286 M St. 

Three other classes will be available in 2014: Feb. 26, June 4 and Sept. 17.


Around Del Norte: Anonymous, but appreciated

Nick Gonnella knows how to keep a secret. But it’s not easy. 

For the second Christmas season in a row, the Walmart store manager has kept the identity of whom he calls the “layaway angel” under wraps.

“I respect that she wants to be anonymous,” said Nick, “but part of me just wants to scream out her name.”


In honor of being smoke-free

Submitted photo
Mavis Tripp, center, proudly displays her Gold Star Certificate received from the Pathway to a Tobacco Free Community Coalition, a program that recognizes daycare providers who agree to prohibit smoking on their property 24 hours a day. From left, Marco Aries, Amira Long, Tee-Mé Reed, Mavis Tripp, Manuel Contreras, Jasmin Tripp and Bradley Tripp.


Senior Sleuth: Adult ed program begins at Castle Rock

Castle Rock Charter School has a new adult education program called Del Norte Diploma Now!, and 31 students have already enrolled.

Are you 19 or older and live in Del Norte County?  Do you need to earn your high school diploma? Castle Rock’s free independent study program, with one-on-one instruction, is flexible enough to fit most schedules. Also, you can meet at a convenient location, to be arranged between you and your instructor.


Engagement: Marko, Christensen

Kacey Marko and Benton Christensen
Kacey Nicole Marko and Benton William Christensen of Citrus Heights are engaged to be married Oct. 18, 2014, at Harmony Ridge Lodge in Nevada City. The ceremony will be officiated by the groom’s grandfather, Rev. Robert Williams.


Thanks Jan. 7, 2014

Praise given when due

When something displeases me, I am quick to say so. But I am just as quick to give praise when that is due, as it was recently. I had just gotten back from my credit union, after dreading to even have to go there. The rain was miserable, and doing business on the first day of the month is usually a nightmare of long lines and grumpy people. And since they were closed recently, I fully expected a most unpleasant experience, standing in a long line in pain and aggravation, berating myself for using my cane instead of the walker, which has a seat.


Birth: Brylie Sue Babich

Brylie Sue Babich
Brylie Sue Babich was born Dec. 5, 2013, at Sutter Coast Hospital. She weighed 7 pounds, 11 ounces and measured 20 inches.


Dredging unearths historical anchors

This anchor, one of several that were raised to the surface last summer in Crescent City Harbor, appears to be the type that was most popular from 1850 to 1880. Del Norte Triplicate / Bryant Anderson
They date back to a time when steamships visited here in the 1800s; harbor now plans to display them

Pieces of Crescent City Harbor’s history were salvaged from the port’s muddy depths last summer, and the harbor district is making plans to showcase the ancient anchors.

They were found during dredging of more than 170,000 cubic yards of material from the outer boat basin using a clam-shell scoop.

Most of the anchors appear to be from World War II-era military surplus, which was very common to have in the years after the war, according to harbormaster/CEO Richard Young.

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