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Free shoe exchange in Brookings on Saturday

Folks looking for some Easter and prom shoes should check out the shoe exchange Saturday in Brookings.

There will be children’s shoes, including baby and toddler, men’s work boots, women’s dress boots and baseball cleats. All are free. Bins will be set out for donations at the lower level of the Elks Lodge. 

The shoe exchange is no longer collecting donations at the Julindra recycling plant in Crescent City since too much trash was put into the collection bin. Shoes need to be in good condition.

The shoe exchange is 1 p.m. -3 p.m. on the lower level of the Brookings Elks Lodge, 800 Elk Dr. For more information, call Linda Schreiber at 541-469-9850.

Womenís Christian conference in April

“Broken and Beautiful” is the theme for the 16th-annual Women’s South Coast Christian Conference in April.

Coast Guard community cleanup

On March 12 the crew of Coast Guard Cutter Dorado joined with Crescent City citizens for a Community Cleanup with great success. We thank each and every volunteer for their time and effort. The photograph displays the amount of trash collected on Washington Boulevard alone. Inclement weather forced an early end to the clean-up and we were not able to reach all of our intended areas. However, this was truly an eye opening experience, and we are very eager to schedule another clean-up this summer. If you would like to get involved or volunteer, please contact Commanding Officer, Andrew Russo at 954-1021. 

Birth: Silas Monroe Freeman

Silas Monroe Freeman
Silas Monroe Freeman was born January 31, 2016 at Sutter Coast Hospital in Crescent City, California. He weighed 9 pounds 8 ounces and measured 21 3/4 inches. Silas’ parents are Chad and Marisela Freeman, of Fort Dick. His grandparents are Juan and Susan Ramirez, of Smith River, Sean and Tami McClaflin, of Fort Dick and the late Monroe Freeman, of Fort Dick. Silas’ great grandparents are Jessie Vera and the late Humberto Vera, of Smith River, Ruby and Warren Barnts, of Crescent City, Liz Freeman and the late Bob Freeman, also of Crescent City. Ore.

Birth: Isaac Jesse David Campos

Isaac Jesse David Campos was born March 4, 2016 at Sutter Coast Hospital in Crescent City. He weighed 8 pounds 10 ounces and measured 21 inches. Isaac’s parents are Barbara Moran and Jesse Campos, of Smith River. His siblings are Siobhan Lopez, Paula Lopez, Elena Campos, Emma Campos and Isaiah Campos. Isaac’s grandparents are Vivienne and Paul Moran, of Smith River, and Maria Ocegueda.  

Birth: Kiera Isabella Ward

Kiera Isabella Ward
Kiera Isabella Ward was born February 29, 2016 at Sutter Coast Hospital in Crescent City, California. She weighed 5 pounds 12 ounces and measured 19 inches. Kiera’s parents are Jessica and Connor Ward. Her sister is Jacqueline Elizabeth Ward. Kiera’s grandparents are Alania and Bill Steven, of Crescent City, and Michael and Victoria Wood, of Mendocino. Her great grandparents are Anne Steven, of Crescent City, and Paula and Shaw Reinke, of Jupiter, Florida.

Student Spotlight, March 22, 2016

Joe Hamilton

• Star Writer: Cora Crabb, Kadyn Salatnay, Brayden Hines-Rolon, Kathryn Arnett, JayJay Carranza, Starlette Wood, Isabelle Mickee, Eliece Pennucci, Julian Norris, Adriana Garcia, Leanna Farkas, Justice Smith, William Howser

Traditional Eel

Read more...Yurok host first annual Kee Kyah Eel Roast

Gaze on this low-carb and protein-rich seasonal favorite. It’s dripping with vitamins, minerals, and healthy omega 3. It’s as local as they come. It is delicious. 

But a flash-in-the-pan food fad this is not; the Yurok have harvested Pacific lamprey for as long as they have kept quarters on the Klamath. Each winter, between salmon runs, the eel-like boneless fish reach the river’s mouth, where Yurok fishermen wait with woven baskets and hooks. 

This year marks the first “Kee Kyah Eel Roast,” where locals and interlopers alike packed the reservation’s Visitor Center Sunday afternoon for fish freshly cooked across the road over an open grill. 

Whale of a view

A whale fin breaks the surface of the ocean near Point St. George Reef Lighthouse. Del Norte Triplicate file photo / Bryant Anderson
Alan Justice didn’t need binoculars Tuesday to glimpse the broad back of a gray whale off Brother Jonathan Point.

Within minutes of arriving at the foot of Ninth Street, he spotted three whales foraging in front of the largest rock just offshore from the vista point. But since the cetaceans are often further out to sea, binoculars make it easier to view them as they make their way north to Alaska, he said. A cloudless sky and calm waters help, too.

Church Notebook: Palm Sunday kicks off holy week

Tomorrow is Palm Sunday. It marks the beginning of the week that concludes with the crucifixion of Jesus, and the basis of the Christian faith.

On that day, Jesus rode into Jerusalem on a donkey, to shouts of praise and the waving of palm branches. Just a few short days later, they would shout “Crucify him!”

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