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Art Scene, Jan. 14, 2016

Juried show reception 

There will be a public reception for the 14 artists participating in DNACA’s 24th annual Juried Multimedia Exhibition from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m.Thursday at the Del Norte County Courthouse. Artists include Jennifer Akin, Catherine Balck, Lee Beising, Betty Depee, David Gibbs, Cass Greene, Smokey Bill Harper, Carol Long, Doug Minty, Susan Moore, Muriel Northrip, Carol A. Schach, Buzz Stewart and Pam Wilcox. The Del Norte County Courthouse is located at 450 H St., Crescent City, and is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays except for state holidays.


Art of awareness

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Alyssa Wilson, of the Freedom 58 Project, uses portraits like these to shed light on human trafficking.
A descendant of Mary Phillips Peacock is following in her great grandmother’s footsteps to shed light on the plight of people affected by human trafficking.

But instead of teaching students in a classroom, Alyssa Wilson, 23, has partnered with roughly 80 artists to tell the stories of women and children in Cambodia, the Philippines and Nepal who escaped from sexual slavery.


Cory's People: Wilson, vet of two wars, blessed with resilience, grace

Read more...What conditions are at play that allow someone to serve in two wars, and come out relatively unscathed physically and mentally? Some call it resilience. Some claim just good fortune. Some say it’s in our genes and others call it grace. Whatever “it” is, James Wilson is blessed with a bit of each.


Students to make return trip to Japan

A group of Del Norte High School students will visit Japan next month to further a blossoming relationship that started with a 20-foot-long panga boat.

Eight students in the school’s Interact program will spend about a week with their Japanese counterparts at Takata High School, said former Del Norte High Principal Coleen Parker. This will be Del Norte High’s second visit to Japan since Kamome, the “tsunami boat,” was returned.


Food Council hosts fruit tree care workshop Saturday

The Community Food Council will demonstrate how to care for fruit trees at a pruning workshop Saturday in Gasquet.


Births: Presleigh Rose Davidson

Presleigh Rose Davidson
Presleigh Rose Davidson was born Dec. 4, 2015, in Crescent City, California. She weighed 6 pounds 6 ounces and measured 19½ inches. Presleigh’s parents are Chris and Lexie Davidson, of Crescent City. Her sister is Remi Davidson. Presleigh’s Dan and Melonie and Doug and Teresa Davidson, all of Crescent City. Her greatgrandparents are James Bennett, of Redding, Joyce Davidson, of Redding, and Fred and Diane Nelson, of Holladay, Utah.


Del Norte ecosystem: ‘Forever alive,’ but rain helps

Read more...Two weeks with one storm system after the other dumping rain, snow and hail on Del Norte County created a plethora of headaches for the region.

The nearly 18 inches of rain logged in Crescent City in mid-December with 37 inches reported elsewhere in the county caused flooding, power outages and made for hazardous driving conditions. But after four years of drought, Del Norte’s sand dune and forest ecosystems are getting a much needed drink of water.


Yurok language class goes online

The Yurok language has been taught at four local high schools, a middle school and three local Head Start programs and will now be available to anyone via the Internet.


Church Notebook: Operation Shoebox collected 11.2M boxed worldwide

One big holiday season is over and we have some time before the next.

Valentine’s Day falls on a Sunday next month and Easter falls early, at the end of March.


News kids can use

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In this file photo Lori Moodie-Cotta peruses the Dec. 2, 2014 Triplicate, provided to schools through Newspapers in Education. Del Norte Triplicate file / Bryant Anderson
Newspapers in Education fundraising quarter craze Saturday 

Del Norters are invited to bring their quarters and show school spirit at Elk Valley Casino on Saturday to support a program that puts newspapers in the hands of local kids.


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