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Mom hopes for seizure-response dog

Crescent City resident Julianne Logefeil (shown with her 2-year-old daughter Makaya) is reaching out to the community for help purchasing a seizure-response dog.
Julianne Logefeil was diagnosed with generalized idiopathic epilepsy three years ago and already it has landed her in the hospital on life support twice.

Cory's People: Robin Huff embodies local spirit of helping each other

Robin Huff has worked at Walmart for 21 years. Special to the Triplicate/ Cory Mitcham
Have you ever met someone and within five minutes, knew you liked them and could trust them?

Del Norte People: Finding Huntley Pond

Isn’t it interesting that as we grow older many of us reminisce about our upbringing and our early years in life. My wife Missy and I have spent many evenings just sitting and talking about my life in our younger years.

Acoustic blues at CE

2011 Blues Foundation Hall of Fame inductee John Hammond will be at Crescent Elk Auditorium Jan. 22 to perform his soulful vocals, guitar and harmonica.
50-year blues veteran John Hammond ready to send soulful soundwaves through Crescent City 

One of the world’s premier acoustic blues artists will give a solo performance on Friday in Crescent Elk Auditorium as DNACA’s third performance of the season.  The New Jersey-based John Hammond will appear with just his guitar, harmonica and expressive vocals, drawing from a repertoire of more than 400 songs collected over a five-decade career.

New to town? Go to church

Sometimes on these rainy days with the wind blowing furiously outside, I think I’d just like to vegetate in my recliner under three blankets with Jake and Mini curled up on my lap. It’s a warm and comforting position to be in, for awhile at least.

Big Dune beach grass pulling set for Sunday

A hard-core group of volunteers will brave the rain Sunday to pull invasive European beach grass at Big Dune.

NPS waives fees for MLK Jr. holiday

CRESCENT CITY - Day-use fees will be waived Monday at Redwood National and State Parks in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

Dance concert: ĎLimitlessí

Read more...Students will channel the likes of Batman, Superman and Spiderman, but not before tackling a more poignant topic in Del Norte High School’s winter dance concert this weekend.

Art Scene, Jan. 14, 2016

Juried show reception 

There will be a public reception for the 14 artists participating in DNACA’s 24th annual Juried Multimedia Exhibition from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m.Thursday at the Del Norte County Courthouse. Artists include Jennifer Akin, Catherine Balck, Lee Beising, Betty Depee, David Gibbs, Cass Greene, Smokey Bill Harper, Carol Long, Doug Minty, Susan Moore, Muriel Northrip, Carol A. Schach, Buzz Stewart and Pam Wilcox. The Del Norte County Courthouse is located at 450 H St., Crescent City, and is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays except for state holidays.

Art of awareness

Alyssa Wilson, of the Freedom 58 Project, uses portraits like these to shed light on human trafficking.
A descendant of Mary Phillips Peacock is following in her great grandmother’s footsteps to shed light on the plight of people affected by human trafficking.

But instead of teaching students in a classroom, Alyssa Wilson, 23, has partnered with roughly 80 artists to tell the stories of women and children in Cambodia, the Philippines and Nepal who escaped from sexual slavery.

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