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Birth: Ameylia Grace French

Ameylia Grace French
Ameylia Grace French was born December 30, 2015 at Sutter Coast Hospital. She weighed 8 pounds 14 ounces and measured 21 inches. Ameylia’s parents are Colt French and Brittney Phillips. Her sister is Paisley French. Ameylia’s grandparents are JoAnn Morrison, John Phillips and Debbie Morris, and Rory and Haley French, all of Crescent City. Her great grandparents are James D. Phillips Sr. and Alice Phillips, of Parsons, West Virginia, and Linda Bigger, of Oregon.


Derrick Jensen: Prolific author calls Crescent City home

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Derrick Jensen has authored more than 20 books including his latest "The Myth of Human Supremacy," which will be released in April. Del Norte Triplicate / Bryant Anderson
Derrick Jensen was just a kid when he began pushing back against the status quo. His father had broken his sister’s arm and, like any youngster might, Jensen wondered why. In the second grade, when a subdivision was built on the meadow that was his playground, he asked where the meadowlarks and garter snakes would live.

“I was driven by the question, ‘Why do we do crazy things?’” Jensen said. “Fast forward to college when I was asking the question about people working jobs they don’t like. I started asking myself if the vast majority of people spend the vast majority of time doing things they don’t want to do, what does that mean for society? Who is really being served?”


Church Notebook: Good neighbors are an important part of our lives

Neighbors — they can make or break a neighborhood, and some turn out to be people you never want to forget.

They are part of the phases of our lives as we are taken to various places over the years.


Coming Attractions: "Into the Woods"

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Del Norte Triplicate illustration / Bryant Anderson; source illustration / Arthur Rackham
Brookings Harbor Community Theater’s take on a Tony Award-winning show 

Venture “Into the Woods” with the Brookings Harbor Community Theater as it and a cast of more than two dozen tackle James Lapine and Stephen Sondheim’s classic musical.


Art Scene, March 3, 2016

Harbor Gallery activities in March

Crescent Harbor Gallery’s artist of the month for March is Patricia Thorpe, who studied art in high school and college, and whose favorite subjects are castles, angels and landscapes. Samples of her oils are currently on display, along with works by other gallery members.


Pistol River: Get ‘Possessed by Paul James’ Saturday

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Konrad Wert brings his country-folk songs to Pistol River this Saturday night. Courtesy Konrad Wert
In the classroom he’s Konrad Wert, but when he plays his country-folk songs for fans he’s Possessed by Paul James and he’ll be at the Pistol River Friendship Hall on Saturday.


A Poole of cribbage talent

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Trevor Poole, 15, shows off the trophy he won at the American Cribbage Congress Open in Reno last month. Del Norte Triplicate / Jessica Cejnar
A Del Norte High School sophomore placed third in the world’s largest cribbage tournament last month, beating players several decades older than him.

But even though 15-year-old Trevor Poole used his youth to his advantage at the American Cribbage Congress Open at the Sands Regency Casino Hotel in Reno, his sportsmanship earned him the respect of those he went up against.


Cory's People: Setting the scenes at LRT

I hate to admit it, but I didn’t know Crescent City had a theater company. Now that I do, I know where I’ll be on March 11: at the opening night of “Honk!”


New ex-inmate women’s home needs work and furniture

A new transitional housing program for women getting out of jail and prison now has a home, but the home needs work and furniture before the organization can take on clients.


Great stories from Sweet Old Bill

First of all, I would like to compliment you and Cory Mitcham on her column, “Cory’s People.” I love human interest stories, especially those with happy endings. Her column is the first thing I read when I receive my paper.

Secondly, I would like to suggest another column for the Triplicate: “S.O.B. Stories,” all of them about Bill Stamps, or as he used to call himself, Sweet Old Bill.


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