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Read more... Guided kayak adventure on Dead Lake offered by Tolowa Dunes Stewards on June 14 

Small but sizeable Dead Lake, nestled in the southern end of Tolowa Dunes State Park, runs deep with Tolowa legends and provides a great place to experience the teeming wildlife and natural dune setting of the park.

Newton B. Drury Parkway: Hikers, bikers & dogs welcome

Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park’s scenic route, Newton B. Drury Parkway, will be closed to automobiles on Saturday.
 Folks are invited to bring their two-wheelers, kids and four-legged friends to Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park on Saturday.

Block party for young adults Sat.

Coastal Connections will welcome the warm weather of summer with its annual block party for young adults on Saturday at Beachfront Park.

Paw Print: Be seen as dog’s partner, not an obstacle

If your dog regards you as a gatekeeper to all things fun, it will respect your authority and be better behaved. Del Norte Triplicate / Bryant Anderson
 Jennifer Henion owns Red Rover Ranch, which provides training classes and drop-off training for dogs at the Del Norte County Fairgrounds in Crescent City.

You think about your dog, does your dog think about you? Does he think of you as a partner or an obstacle? When my clients come to me with frustrations about their dog, the first thing we work on is changing how the dog thinks of them.  

Memorial at sea

 LEFT: Crewmen Alan Porteous and Doug Plack field strip flowers for delivery at sea on Memorial Day at the Crescent City Harbor. RIGHT: Crew Alan Porteous, Thom O’Connor, DeAnna Stewart and Doug Plack of the USCG Auxiliary 29127 prepares to take flowers out to sea in honor of the fishermen who have lost their lives. The Coast Guard Auxiliary does this as part of the annual Fisherman’s Wives Memorial on Memorial Day to pay tribute to those who were lost at sea. 

Garage Sale Review: Spiraling down the junk drain

Del Norte Triplicate / Aaron West Garage sale signs, created by master artists and fueled by mostly-false advertising, brought in droves of people who tended to leave Garage Sale Review’s sale disappointed. Del Norte Triplicate / Aaron West
 How’s it going, you rummaging renegades? If you’ve been following this column, or if you happened to notice me weeping openly in the streets of Crescent City last week, then you might know that recently I decided it would be a good idea to make the worst mistake of my life. That’s right, everyone — of my own free will I decided to purchase the unknown contents of a dingy storage unit at a local storage unit auction for $75, and then tried to pawn off all the stuff I bought in my very own tragic garage sale.

Birth: Javier Andrew Pimentel-Reyes

Javier Andrew Pimentel-Reyes
 Javier Andrew Pimentel-Reyes was born April 30, 2015, at Sutter Coast Hospital in Crescent City. He weighed 8 pounds 10 ounces and measured 21½ inches. Javier’s parents are Jairon Pimentel-Reyes and Stephanie Brown, of Crescent City. His aunts and uncles are Abigail, Brianna and Tyler Brown, all of Crescent City. Javier’s grandparents are Elizabeth Brown and Tony Maestas, of Crescent City, Aurelio Pimentel Garcia, of Santa Rosa, and Consuelo Reyes Gutierrez. His great-grandfather is John Blankenship, of Crescent City. Javier’s great-great-grandparents are June and Ken Brown, of Florida.

Student Spotlight, June 2, 2015

Joe Hamilton School

• Star Writer: Zoey Dennison, Elisabeth Lopez, Rose Pieper, Trenton Patterson, Caleb Hopkins, Mariah Rojas, Chase Racine, Dominique Smith, Sophia Castor, Mary Thao, Nathan Vang, Abigail Dennison, Nate Jones, Alana Stickles, Andres Aguilar

Church Notebook: Generations of fathers in family

Can you believe the first of June is practically here?

Del Norte birding: Spring migration

Arctic tern
 Originally from Holland, Lucas Brug currently lives in Klamath but seeks out rare and unique birds all over Del Norte County.

It  is spring, and that means migration. In birding, migration is always exciting because you never know what is going to show up. For hardcore birders it means trying to get to your favorite spots as often as possible so that you don’t miss too much.Spring also means that birds are busy singing, building nests, raising young and all the other things that come with sustaining the species. These two things make spring the most exciting time of the year in birding, and in pretty much everything else! 

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