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Scholastic: Gerald L. Griffith II

Gerald L. Griffith III graduated from the University of Nevada at Las Vegas on May 16 with a Bachelor of Arts in criminal justice. Gerald is a 2001 graduate of Del Norte High School, where he participated in both junior varsity and varsity football. 

Scholastic: Rachel McCain

Rachel McCain has been designated a Presidential Scholar based on outstanding academic achievement for the spring 2015 semester at Humboldt State University. This recognition requires a grade-point average of 3.85 with a minimum of 12 credit hours. Rachel is pursuing a degree in wildlife biology and is the daughter of Mike and Becki McCain of Gasquet.

Pacific Coast Airway

 Rich Bolen, a friend of the de Solenni family, signals to a squadron of Apache helcopters during their Friday morning flyover of the grave of Capt. Bruno de Solenni, who was killed in Afghanistan in 2008 while serving with the Oregon National Guard. An army squadron dropped in Thursday and Friday at Del Norte Regional Airport to refuel a fleet of 13 Apaches and one Chinook on the way to their new home base in Fort Lewis, Washington. Keeping to the low elevations and good weather of the coast on its journey, the fleet has stopped to refuel at small airports like Crescent City’s, where there’s little traffic and little wait. 

Building on a foundation of giving

As seen in this 2013 file photo, Open Door Clinicís dental van visits Del Norte County schools, thanks to a $300,000 grant from Building Healthy Communities. The Wild Rivers Community Foundation is the coordinator for the local Building Healthy Communities program.
 Wild Rivers Community Foundation celebrates history as it starts new chapter 

Practical reasons prompted the Wild Rivers Community Foundation’s recent move from its previous location at 9th and J streets to its current location:

The new location is more visible, there’s enough space for a meeting room and a resource library and the move brings new life to a building that has been vacant for some time. But the view from the foundation’s new home at 990 Front Street represents what the community can do when it works together, said Board Chair Kevin Hartwick.

Church Notebook: One more old-time camp meeting with the Laytons

Things just keep getting more interesting!

We made it through Kansas with no incidents in “Tornado Alley,” only to arrive in upstate New York with reports of possible tornadoes. And if that wasn’t enough, two dangerous inmates had escaped from the prison in Dannemora and were on the run. But it has been good to see family and a couple of my old high school classmates. Today, we will be heading back to Kansas, and from there, down to Texas.

This is only a drill

The scene of a pretend disaster: Nearly 100 casualties require the attention of emergency responders during a full-scale exercise Monday night at the fairgrounds. Del Norte Triplicate / Bryant Anderson
Volunteer actors play bus crash victims at a farmers market so agencies can practice their ability to respond to a disaster: Do they know the right procedures? Does their equipment work? What can they do better?

With tsunamis, earthquakes and wildfires knocking at Del Norte’s door, the importance of disaster preparedness is something our community does not take lightly. 

Inmates give to Safe & Sober


Debbie Bruschi, Michelle Moore and Eva Lopez accept a check from Pelican Bay State Prison representatives Clark Ducart and Robert Losacco for Safe and Sober Graduation.
Inmates at Pelican Bay State Prison raised funds to ensure graduating seniors have a chance to cut loose after they receive their diplomas on Friday.

Garage Sale Review: Revenge of the Oakland Raiders

A multi-family garage sale on Parkway Drive attracted drivers with great family vibes. Del Norte Triplicate / Aaron West
 Hello you garage sale fiends! This weekend's sales taught me a valuable lesson, and I'm going to share what I learned with you here because I think you might find it inspiring.

Birth: Lillian Michelle Pierce

Lillian Michelle Pierce
 Lillian Michelle Pierce was born Jan. 17, 2015, in Panama City, Fla. She weighed 7 pounds, 8 ounces and measured 20ó inches. Lillian’s parents are Dylan and Janet Pierce. Her grandparents are Tim and Connie Pierce, of Crescent City, Mary Horn, of Crescent City, and George and Toni Horn, of Grants Pass. Lillian’s great-grandparents are MaryAnn Horn, of Crescent City; Donna and Jack Bruns, of Garden City, Kansas; the late Homer and Norma Pierce; the late Marji Fredrickson and the late Ed Cramer.

Birth: Bailey Kae Pierce

Bailey Kae Pierce
 Bailey Kae Pierce was born April 1, 2015, in Winnipeg, Canada. Bailey weighed 9 pounds 7 ounces and measured 21. inches. Her parents are Buck and Lori Pierce. Bailey’s grandparents are Tim and Connie Pierce, of Crescent City, and Richard and Jean Guarino, of Winnipeg, Canada. Her greatgrandparents are the late Homer and Norma Pierce; Donna and Jack Bruns, of Garden City, Kansas; and the late Ed Cramer and Kae Lawrie.

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