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Wedding: Johnson, Owen

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Kylie Clarke Johnson and Kyle James Owen
 Kylie Clarke Johnson and Kyle James Owen were married on July 16, 2015 at the North Stall Ballroom in Portland, Oregon. 


Pipeline Project comes to Klamath

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Anna Deavere Smith, playwright and actress, portrays several Yurok tribal members for her one-person play “Notes from the Field: Doing Time in Education, the California Chapter.”
 Anna Deavere Smith brings her one act play to Yurok Tribal Headquarters 

Anna Deavere Smith’s journey to understand the role race, inequality and poverty plays in the school-to-prison pipeline took her to Baltimore, Philadelphia, Oakland and Stockton.

The actress and playwright spoke with students, teachers, parents, judges, community activists and hundreds of others for her latest work, the Pipeline Project. But traveling to the Yurok Reservation to speak with its residents was like going to a foreign country, she said.


Youth of Del Norte show how they made a difference

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Wyatt Singletary, left and John Xiong, of Youth Unmuted, are one of several young adults who spoke of their project at this year’s Showcase. Submitted photo
 100 local youth complete seven-week training academy 

Eighty young adults showed the community what seven weeks of ingenuity and training could do, proving youth is a force to be reckoned with in Del Norte County.


In a world full of flash, be happy with what you have

Are you happy with what you have?

In the Bible, the Apostle Paul talks about being content with what he has.


Salmon Festival 2015

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Salmon, vendors and stick games are just some aspects of the Yurok culture the public will experience at the Klamath Salmon Festival on Saturday. Del Norte Triplicate file
 The Yurok Tribe is sharing an important staple of their diet as well as their traditions and culture — mixed with a little rock and reggae — with the public this weekend.

The 53rd-Annual Klamath Salmon Festival includes a parade, classic cars, live music and traditional games. The theme this year is “Ecology, Economy, Community,” according to a Yurok Tribe press release.

Veterans will be treated to a free breakfast courtesy of the Klamath Chamber of Commerce. Boys and girls will also be able to compete for the Noo-rey-o-won-ee (Beautiful Girl Inside and Out)/Keet-ko (Strong/Able Boy) contest.


Meet the misunderstood dragonfly

Dragonflies take center stage Sunday at the latest nature program in the Lake Earl area.

Wildlife biologist Sandra Hunt-Von Arb will begin with a slide presentation showing the world of dragonflies, their life cycle, habitat needs and how folks can attract them to their backyard. She will also lead a fieldtrip to a nearby pond to view the dainty insects.

“Discovering Dragonflies” is sponsored by the Tolowa Dunes Stewards and the Redwood Parks Association.

During the field trip, folks will be able to see dragonflies basking in the sun and foraging for food, Hunt-Von Arb said. They’ll also be able to see them hovering over the pond. Folks may see cardinal meadowhawks, variegated meadowhawks and damselflies.


Free school supplies for DN students on Friday

Staff with the local Army recruiting center will give away school supplies to roughly 100 students Friday.

Staff sergeants Hector Pineda and Josh Opolski placed donation bins in the Dollar Tree stores in Crescent City and Harbor. They collected enough notebooks, binders, folders, pens and pencils to give out to local students on a first-come first-serve basis.

“If you come there and you’re 6 years old, you’ll get a couple of pencils, maybe a notebook to take with you,” Opolski said. “We have crayons for preschoolers and we’ve even got some coloring books in there, too.”


Season preview

Del Norte Triplicate / Michael Zogg
 The Del Norte High School band gears up for another season of fi eld shows and football games, playing music from
the Harry Potter films. The band, under the instruction of Dan Sedgwick (left), finished a week of practice and
instruction by performing for friends and family on Friday.

Teaching survival skills for adults

After 14 years of teaching survival skills and self awareness to Del Norte County youth, Gateway Education will offer a similar opportunity for adults this weekend.


Betcha can't eat just one gyro chip

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Courtesy Frito-Lay
 A Del Norte High School graduate drew inspiration from a popular Grecian sandwich to win $50,000 and become a semifinalist in the Lay’s Potato Chip Do Us a Flavor contest.

James Wagner and his Kettle Cooked Greektown Gyro chips are competing against three other contestants with three flavors of their own.

The flavor with the most votes on www.dousaflavor.com will become a permanent part of the Lay’s Potato Chip lineup. The other flavors include Southern Biscuits and Gravy, Wavy West Coast Truffle Fries and New York Reuben. Voters can cast ballots up to four times a day until Oct. 18. The winners will be announced in late October.

 


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