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Pebble Beach roundup

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Israel Reagen, left, and Terry McNamara brand a cow during the McNamara Ranch’s annual roundup.
 Family and friends gathered at the McNamara Ranch adjacent to Pebble Beach last weekend for their annual roundup. Cows were vaccinated, branded and relieved of their testicles. (I declined to take a couple home, though being originally from Montana, home of the testicle festival, I am probably more familiar than most.) 
Kevin Hartwick helped with the roping, as did Scott Norris, above left, and Tom Polidore on the take-down.

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Mother’s Day a time to enjoy your mom while you can

Tomorrow is Mother’s Day.

It’s been ten years since my Mom “went home,” but it seems like only yesterday I was singing her favorite hymn for the last time for her. But the thing I remember most was the sense of absolute calm and peace that surrounded her casket that day.

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Walk/bike to school day Wed.

Crescent City motorists should be extra careful as Bess Maxwell and Joe Hamilton elementary students pound the pavement or ride their bikes to school on Wednesday.

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Future collegians: Finding out what it takes

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Students gather at College of the Redwood’s Del Norte campus before their tour on Friday morning. Del Norte Triplicate / Bryant Anderson
 Fourth-graders tour college and get crash course in preparing to be top applicants 

Shannon Walkley selected nine students, grade-point averages ranging from 3.0 to 4.0, and stood them up in front of their peers. 

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Student art show reception Friday

Local art lovers will have a chance to view works from local students starting Friday.

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Thanks: The joys of disc golf in Del Norte

Recently my wife and I were introduced to disc golf by a family member. So we bought some discs of our own and began playing the Beachfront Park course. On our last trip to play, we had the pleasure of meeting Ron Cole. After a brief conversation with Ron, he offered to share his knowledge of the game with us. We learned throwing techniques, game rules and about the different discs. Thank you, Ron Cole, for your time and knowledge of the game and all the time you have given to the community. Hope to see you out on the course.

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Student spotlight May 6, 2014

Smith River School 

• Outstanding Achievement (1st Trimester): Zander Fitch, Phoenix Herriman-Fair, Jose Gutierrez, Ruby Martin, Perla Montez, Yadira Olmedo, Audriana Ortega, Alexis Ortiz, Blake Owen, Itzell Quinones, Ana Ramirez, Cesar Ramos, Zakayla Robinson, Alonso Rodriguez, Tatiana Simms, Aidan Smith, Deja Travis, Amaury Uribe, Santiago Velasco, Jesus Aguilar, Isabel Alvarez, Emma Benson, Macy Floyd, Edgar Gomez, Neela Husted, Nataly Konkel, Adrian Leon, Fausto Ortega, Alex Parkinson, Dylan Rodriguez, Emily Allen Carlos Cajita, Carolin Contreras, Cody Floyd, Juan Garcia, Naomi Huerta, Betsy Jimenez, McKenzie Kerttula, Valeria Ledezma, Jude Martin, Tanner McAllister, Ty Oviatt, Chase Owen, Maria Regalado, Alexa Renteria, Yadira Solano, Alia Vistalli, Luis Aguilar, Yahir Alanis, Judit Alvarez, Braydon Beshirs, Jasmine Cole, Orion Contreras, Marissa Contreras, Bryan Ferrer, Westyn Fitch, Yahaira Gomez, Julia Hopper, Billy Lewis, Kayeden Pincombe, Wesley Rodriguez, Casey Spicer, Gage Taylor, Bradley Tripp, Deziree Walker, Alden Walkley, Silas Williamson,Helen Aguilar, Andrijaa Bigovich, Riley Brannon, Colby Floyd, Mateo Fontenot, Brandon Jimenez, Izabella Lee, Dalia Olmedo, Colton Pincombe, Alex Scaggs, Alyssa Sexton, Thunder Tvrdik, Zoey Vistalli, Brilee Williamson, Edwin Zepeda, Ariana Leon De Los Santos, Aaron Parkinson, Judson Pincombe, Josue Ramirez

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Klamath River cleanup Sat.

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Ro-tah Shorty sports his new T-shirt given out by the Yurok Tribe for participating in the Klamath River Cleanup last year. Photo submitted by Matt Mais
 The Watershed Stewards Project is calling for volunteers to remove trash and invasive plants from the banks of the Klamath River on Saturday.

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Birth: Aveya Rae Aguilera

 Aveya Rae Aguilera was born March 7, 2014, at Sutter Coast Hospital. She weighed 7 pounds, 13 ounces and measured 21½ inches. Her parents are Julian and Maria Aguilera of Crescent City. Her grandparents are Valeri Pilipenko of Hayward, Suzanne Davis of Lake Almanor, and Juana Curranco and Salvador Aguilera, both of Crescent City. Her great-grandparent is Lidia Pilipenko of Hayward.

 

Birth: Sawyer Blyss Ludwig

 Sawyer Blyss Ludwig was born Feb. 1, 2014, at Mad River Community Hospital in Arcata. She weighed 9 pounds, 2 ounces and measured 22 inches. Her parents are John and Hayley Ludwig of Crescent City. Her grandparents are Randy and Linda Smith of Crescent City, Teresa Artechevarria of Nampa, Idaho, and Vern and Linda Ludwig of Council, Idaho. Her great-grandparents are Elsa Vogel, Janette and the late Stan Smith, all of Crescent City; Katherine and the late John Artechevarria of Nampa, Idaho, and Ed Ludwig and the late Vera DeStefanis of Council, Idaho. 

 
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