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Birth: Adelina Ruth Bergren

 Adelina Ruth Bergren was born June 30, 2015, in Crescent City. She weighed 7 pounds 14 ounces and measured 20¼ inches. Her parents are Dexter and Kristin Bergren, of Crescent City. Adelina’s grandparents are Susan Waddell, of Crescent City; Cheryle Whetstone, of Mesquite, Texas, and Ed Bergren, of Crescent City. Her great-grandparents are Gerry and Jack Waddell, of Castaic, and Sylvia Good, of Crescent City.

Birth: Skylynn Fitzhugh

Skylynn Fitzhugh
 Skylynn Fitzhugh was born July 6, 2015, at Sutter Coast Hospital in Crescent City. She weighed 8 pounds 4 ounces and measured 21 inches. Skylynn’s parent is Sydney Fitzhugh, of Crescent City. Her grandparents are Tessa Newman and Ryan Fitzhugh, both of Crescent City. Her great-grandmother is Karen McMillen, of Crescent City.

Missionary: Standring

Mark Standring, a 2011 graduate of Del Norte High School,ntly returned home from a successful two-year mission in the Germany Frankfurt Mission of the Church of Jesus Christ of Lattery-day Saints. He reported for service on Feb. 6, 2013, to the Missionary Training Center in Provo, Utah, for six weeks of intensive German language training, after which he traveled to mission headquarters in Frankfurt, Germany. Mark served in the cities of Cologne, Darmstadt, Wuppertal and Dortmund. He arrived back home in Crescent City on Feb. 28.

Church Notebook: Things moving along as God intended

It wasn’t the coco loco.

The birds of summer

Cowbirds lay eggs in nests of much smaller birds, such as warblers and vireos, and let the foster parents do the child-rearing. Galawebdesign / Wikimedia
 Those weird-looking creatures? Summer is when many fledglings appear and songbirds go quiet to rearing theirs

In the last column about spring migration I mentioned that in June birders would be looking for small songbirds like warblers, vireos and flycatchers from the east that get lost during migration. Well, several of these were found. First a least flycatcher appeared in the Smith River riparian area along Bailey Road near Fort Dick, then a red-eyed vireo was singing in the cottonwoods along the Klamath River in Klamath Glen. One thing led to another, and while enjoying the beautiful song of the red-eyed, a plumbeous vireo started singing in the same area, which was only the third record of this species in the county. Two eastern warblers also showed up here, a black-and-white and a chestnut-sided warbler. Finding one rare bird somewhere sometimes leads to more rare birds being found in the same area, simply because the area gets more coverage because of that rare bird being there and, consequently, more attention is paid to other birds there.

Salsa cookoff

Kaleo Abasolo, 11, and parents Wendy and Jerry make cucumber-avocado salsa at last year's Young Iron Chef Family Cooking Competition. Del Norte Triplicate file
 Fresh, locally grown ingredients, traditional techniques and a little experimentation will take center stage at this weekend’s farmers market.

2nd Dead Lake kayak tour


Back by popular demand, there will be another kayaking tour of mystical Dead Lake this Sunday. Del Norte Triplicate / Bryant Anderson
Folks who missed out on the kayak excursion at Dead Lake last month are in luck.

Fundraiser at casino for crash victim Jager Stone

Jager Stone was three weeks from his high school graduation when a motorcycle accident left him paralyzed from the waist down.

Garage Sale Review: Junk magic in Bend, Ore.

The garage sale scene this Saturday in Bend, Oregon, where a mysterious yard sale magic inspired about 137 garage sale proprietors to set up shop in their driveways and sling junk to strangers. Del Norte Triplicate / Aaron West
Hello hello hello you hagglin’ hound dogs! The Garage Sale Review, your go to guide to the dog-eat- dog world of yard sales and the brazen souls who choose to navigate it is back, and this week we’re going rogue. “Rogue!?” you might be screaming at your newspaper, desperate to know what I could possibly mean, fearing the worst, but also maybe feeling a little juiced up because “going rogue” can be such a mischievously fun thing to do. Well, faithful readers, settle down for a moment and I’ll explain.

Happy families? Not always, each in its own way

The Accidental Family is a monthly column about the story of two young women and the Del Norte family that adopted them. This week’s column is written by parent Ruth Rhodes.

Leo Tolstoy’s novel Anna Karenina famously begins with the line, “Happy families are alike; every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way.” Tolstoy then goes on to tell us just how unhappy the Oblonsky family is and why.

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