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Live music continues at After Deck Party

Joint Chiefs of Stash will play at Elks Lodge

Local funk-rock band the Joint Chiefs of Stash will return to the Elks Lodge for the third-annual After Deck Party on Friday.

Astronaut's nod gets soph into confab with scientists

Mersadies McDougall. Submitted
A Del Norte High School sophomore spent the past few days at the Congress of Future Science and Technology Leaders in Boston.

Free program for low-income new moms

The Del Norte County Nurse-Family Partnership has a new pool program for moms and babies. Submitted
 A local program that provides home visitation from nurses to low-income, first-time mothers is searching for more clients.

Birth: Miller Terrill Sampels

Miller Terrill Sampels. Submitted
 Miller Terrill Sampels was born May 3, 2015, at Sutter Coast Hospital. He weighed 8 pounds 7 ounces and measured 21½ inches. Miller’s parents are TR and Sara Sampels, of Fort Dick. He joins siblings Sylas and Sammy Sampels. Miller’s grandparents are Rob and Kara Miller, of Smith River; Donna Briggs, of Hiouchi, and Terry Sampels, who is deceased. His greatgrandparents are Bob and Alice Miller, of Gasquet.

Engagement: Messer, Walsworth

Kevin Walsworth and Kayla Messer. Submitted
 Kayla Leann Messer and Kevin James Walsworth, both of Chico, are engaged to be married Sept. 19, 2015, in Crescent City.

1980 Reunion

Del Norte High School class of 1980 is looking for classmates to share in the 35th reunion at Tomasini’s Enoteca on July 11.

The reunion will be held from 4–10 p.m. at Tomasini’s Enoteca, 930 Third Street in Crescent City. Please call Connie Young-Luna at 954-5548.

Kayak Fishing on the North Coast

Jim Hooper checks his crab pots Friday afternoon near Whalerís Island, which he says is the easiest place to launch from. Del Norte Triplicate / Bryant Anderson
 Fish on the line? The only thing a kayaker needs to do is hang on and enjoy the ride 

Just beyond the cast of shore-bound fishermen and just inside the area where motorized boats ply their efforts is an area of practically untouched prime fishing. Along our rocky Crescent City coastline we are privileged to be able to access productive fishing areas very easily from a kayak. Every year I see more and more people enter the fishery.

Church Notebook: Itís been quite a trip, soon to end

What a trip this has been! As you read this today I am on my way home. And while I did not get to see everyone I wanted to, I did see all my kids and most of my siblings. (And all their dogs — cute little things — but I think I’ll stick to my cats; after all, Jake does seem to think he is a dog!)

Garage Sale Review: Pricing anxiety and Eastern wisdom

Mary, armed with decades of Eastern yard sale wisdom, traveled from the Redding area to visit her family and check out the local garage sale scene.
How do you do, you knickknack navigators? After a two-week break, the Garage Sale Review is back in action, ready to chronicle the fascinating tale of strangers selling crap in their yards, as well as document all the yard sale wisdom that these junk fiends tend to discard like unwanted pennies, or, as I’ve seen available at several sales before, like secondhand underwear.

Mountain Men: Visit from the past

Blackpowder shooting. Del Norte Triplicate / Bryant Anderson
 Fur-trade era rendezvous next week on Rowdy Cr. 

Del Norte County visitors and residents will get a taste of early American life as our nation gears up to celebrate its birthday.

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