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Anniversary: Don and Sandy Nuss

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Don and Sandy Nuss
Don and Sandy Nuss celebrated their 50th anniversary Dec. 3, 2015.

They met a month after the 1964 tsunami and married in Crescent City a year and a half later. They raised three children, Donald, Lora and Clark, and have five grandchildren, Jarom, Alan, Donald, Trisha and Brandi. Don and Sandy also have eight great grandchildren.


Student Spotlight, Dec. 15, 2015

Pine Grove School

Student of the Month - November: Dillon Gallogly, Camaleeha Villarreal, Jasmine Palmerin, Rosario Cordero-Martinez, Juan Ramirez, Zariah Wuckert, Alyssa Evans, Pricilla Licona, Jacoby Troyna, Adrian Alvarado, Jasiel Aguilar-Garcia, Davi Young, Michael Erickson, Illyanna Contreras, Belle Taylor


Port o’ Pints on tap

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Rick White admires his new commercial brewhouse equipment at Port O’ Pints Brewing Co. Del Norte Triplicate / Bryant Anderson
Brewhouse is open, and new equipment 
will boost production 

Rick White couldn’t have asked for a better omen.

“The truck pulled in for us to unload and the rain stopped and there’s this huge rainbow,” he said. “The rainbow comes right down to our truck from our angle. It was awesome.”


Community kitchen has support, lacks action

Food Council says survey proves desire is there, but others will need to make it a reality 

Out of 41 respondents to a survey to gauge community interest in a shared kitchen, more than half declared they would use such a space.

But even though it created the survey, the Community Food Council of Del Norte County and Adjacent Tribal Lands would not be the one to spearhead such a project, said Food Projects Coordinator Connor Caldwell.

“The Food Council itself is not going to get very involved much further,” Caldwell said. “The role of the Food Council would be to potentially identify anybody who would.”


Beginning to sound a lot like Christmas

Mary Peacock first graders perform in their annual holiday concert Tuesday at Mary Peacock Elementary School.


Church Notebook: Enjoy holidays, but have compassion for those who can’t

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Foursquare Church presents its Singing Christmas Tree today at 7 p.m. and Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Del Norte Triplicate file photo
Getting ready for Christmas has been a bit of an issue at my house this year. I suppose I should have expected it, as Jake has objected quite strenuously in the past to any major change. But then, I guess a lot of us don’t like change once we get set in a pattern.


Bird & Prey

Read more...A juvenile red tail hawk dines on its kill Wednesday afternoon at Beachfront Park.  The most common hawk in North America, these raptors are easily spotted perched on roadside poles scanning the ground for prey.


Heroes hit the stores Saturday for gifts

Firefighters, law enforcement, EMTs and Coast Guard officers are taking more than 100 kids shopping on Saturday.

But instead of buying toys for themselves, local heroes will show the kids the value of picking out a gift for someone else.


Choirs invite community to holiday feast

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Del Norte High School choir director Dan Sedgwick and the Madrigals sing carols while dressed in Renaissance garb at last year's holiday dinner show. Submitted photo
Del Norte High School’s Madrigals and Women’s Chamber choirs will visit celebrations of Christmases past and are inviting the community to join them.


Foursquare’s singing tree show this week

Foursquare Church will present its Singing Christmas tree this week.


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