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Workshop for families with pre-teens, teens to start

A workshop Wednesday focused on teaching youth to avoid negative risk-taking is open to families with kids in pre-teen and early teen years.

Birth: Lucchia Hunter Goodwin

Luchia Hunter Goodwin  was born Jan. 10, 2016 at Curry General Hospital in Gold Beach, Oregon. She weighed 7 pounds 1 ounce and measured 21 inches. Luchia’s parents are Meghan Tennison and Christopher Goodwin, of Brookings, Oregon. Her grandparents are Eagle, John, Michael and Cecilia.

Birth: Peyton Lucas Dumire

Peyton Lucas Dumire  was born Dec. 16, 2015 at Curry General Hospital in Gold Beach, Oregon. He weighed 6 pounds 13 ounces and measured 19 inches. Peyton’s parents are Kelsey Maple and Jeremy Dumire of Gold Beach, Oregon. His siblings are Landon and Destiny Maple. Peyton’s grandparents are Larry and Heidi Dumire. His godmother is Brea Slater, of Idaho. 

Birth: Ayden Alan Nunez

Ayden Alan Nunez
Ayden Alan Nunez was born Dec. 28, 2015 at Asante Rogue Medical Center in Medford, Oregon. He weighed 5 pounds 6 ounces and measured 18.5 inches. Ayden’s parents are Rachel Tromble and Cristian Nunez, of Crescent City. His grandparents are Shanon and Clifton Miller, Alan Tromble and Juana and Santos Nunez, all of Crescent City. Ayden’s great grandparents are Dale and Irene Tromble, of Crescent City, Vernon and Edith Stewart, of Smith River, Agustin Aispuro and Eufracia Felix and Lucio Nunez and Antonia Ayon, all of Mexico.

Wildlife: Phantom of the north

This great gray owl was spotted by local birders as it spent some time hunting in Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park this week. Del Norte Triplicate / Jessica Cejnar
Lauren Lester didn’t find the great gray owl that had local birders flocking to Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park on Thursday, it found her.

Often dubbed “the great gray ghost” and “phantom of the north,” the bird flew over Lester’s head, alighted on a stop sign three feet away and stared at her. But Lester said it didn’t seem threatened or afraid of her.

“We never saw it catch anything, but we saw it make efforts to catch something,” she said. “Maybe they think we might spook up a mouse or something and that’s why it was coming close to me. It was definitely looking at me.”

Local schools spread word of emergency alert system

Del Norte emergency officials have mobilized local youngsters to spread the word about the county’s new emergency alert system.

The classroom with the highest percentage of sign-ups will receive a visit from a Cal-Ore Lifeflight helicopter and a suitcase full of 1,000 $1 bills. The school classroom challenge started Jan. 4 and has been extended until Feb. 14.

Quarters for Barnts

Dan Barnts, owner of Del Norte Tire, is back to his old self after having open heart surgery in September. A Quarter Craze Auction on Saturday will help his family with his medical expenses. Del Norte Triplicate / Jessica Cejnar
It started as a persistent low-grade fever and ended with open heart surgery. Dan Barnts, owner of Del Norte Tire, said he visited the emergency room in August after experiencing fever and chills when doctors detected a heart murmur and sent him to a cardiologist in Medford. The infection had attacked his mitral valve and it needed to be replaced.

Americana performance Sun.

Humboldt State University’s Center Arts presents The Devil Makes Three. The drummerless Americana band will be at HSU’s West Gym on Sunday.
The Devil Makes Three, a Santa Cruz group that plays a blend of bluegrass, old time, country, folk, blues, ragtime and rockabilly music, will be at Humboldt State University on Sunday.

‘Threepenny Opera’ play next month

The Arcata Playhouse and Ferndale Repertory Theater will tackle Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill’s 1928 classic “Threepenny Opera” next month.

Art Scene, Jan. 21, 2016

John Hammond performs Friday

The Del Norte Association for Cultural Awareness presents the third performance of its 33rd season, blues legend John Hammond,  at 7:30 p.m. Friday in Crescent Elk Auditorium. Hammond was inducted into the Blues Foundation’s Hall of Fame in 2011, and has received 10 Blues Music Awards and a Grammy. Tickets cost $20 for general admission, $15 for seniors, $12 for students and are available at Del Norte Office Supply, Wright’s Custom Framing in Brookings and at the door. For more information, call DNACA at 707-464-1336.

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