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Cascadia Quake: Our 'Big One'

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This image of a simulated tsunami stretching from the West Coast to Japan is used on the cover of “The Orphan Tsunami of 1700 – Japanese Clues to a Parent Tsunami,” to show what would happen during a Cascadia Subduction Zone event. U.S. Geological Survey
 Dangerous fault line poses a threat that only increases with time

Crescent City was forever changed when 29 city blocks were wiped from the map during the 1964 tsunami, and the consensus among scientists is that it will happen again — only worse.

The Cascadia Subduction Zone, a 700-mile fault line that lies offshore of the Pacific Northwest Coast from Cape Mendocino to Vancouver Island has produced massive earthquakes that spawn monster tsunamis on a regular basis for the past 10,000 years.

The southern end of the Cascadia fault, including the section hugging Crescent City’s coast, has seen more earthquakes than the northern end, and researchers from Oregon State University say there is a 40 percent chance of a mega-quake in the next 50 years.

 


Lucky 7 Casino takes top marketing honors

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Pictured above, left to right: Kara Miller, Candace Penney, Dennis Conrad, Steve Anderson and Shondra Hull. Submitted
 Nomination was
filled with “soul,” award creator says 

Lucky 7 Casino was honored with the prestigious Barona/VCAT Award for Excellence in Indian Gaming Marketing at a special industry luncheon on Jan. 29 at Morongo Casino Resort Spa in Cabazon.


Daughters of the American Revolution: Time to honor our Vietnam Vets

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A window display with the names and photos of locals who lost their lives in the Vietnam War is at Third and J streets. Del Norte Triplicate / Bryant Anderson
 50th anniversary of war gives occasion to remember servicememembers who died 

As the 50th anniversary of America’s involvement in the Vietnam War looms, a local service organization wants to honor the country’s 58,000 fallen soldiers — including nine of its own.


Learn foreign policy, hone discussion skills

Great Decisions is America’s largest discussion program on world affairs. Supported by the Foreign Policy Association for over 50 years, it actually involves citizens in the foreign policy making process. It provides a dynamic framework for community discussion while encouraging understanding of alternative views. Anyone can start one of these discussion groups at any point during the year, and it’s also recommended for faith-based organizations, retirement communities, and school classrooms.


Brilynne Nicole Jean Enos

Enos
 Brilynne Nicole Jean Enos was born Dec. 14, 2013, at Sutter Coast Hospital. She weighed 6 pounds, 3 ounces and measured 19½ inches. She joins sister Trinity. Her parents are Matthew Enos and Patrice Tubbs of Crescent City. Her grandparents are Angela and James Williams, and Judith and Charles Enos, all of Crescent City.


Birth: Kora Mae Rose Hoy

Hoy
 Kora Mae Rose Hoy was born Feb. 22, 2014, at Sutter Coast Hospital. She weighed 7 pounds, 9 ounces and measured 20½ inches. She joins brother Malakai and sister Mollie. Her parents are LaShay Gaston and Robert Hoy of Crescent City. Her grandparents are Tina Gaston, and Laura and Michael Hoy, all of Crescent City, and Lemuell Gaston of Oakland. Her great-grandparents are Frances Cerros, Merle Hoy, Robert and Patricia Stary, Pamela Lammers and Ira Main, all of Crescent City, and Beverly Gaston of Oakland.


Student Spotlight March 18, 2014

Margaret Keating School

• Students of the Month (Feb.): Taylor Gensaw, Jena McQuillen, Julian DeLillo, Autumn Poole, Jackson Bowen, Nik-Wec Bates, Amber Frye, Autumn Scott, Vincent Tracy, Mindy Beck

• Bus Riders of the Month: Brandyone Salazar, Dante Romannose

 


An evening of celebration and service

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Sherry Herrington (middle), Relief Society President, along with her counselors, Hattie McClennan and Julie LeFevre, with a few of the gift bags that were assembled during the service project.
 Latter-day Saint women celebrate 172nd anniversary 

More than 150 women from 11 congregations, including Crescent City, of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and their friends recently celebrated the 172nd anniversary of the organization of the Relief Society, the auxiliary of the church for adult women. The evening included dinner, fellowship and a service project. They filled 50 birthday bags with party hats, dessert plates, cake mixes, icing, candles and other donated items for a complete birthday party. The bags were donated to area shelters. 

 


The Great Alaska Earthquake: Where it all started, Anniversary in Alaska

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Government Hill Elementary School in Anchorage was destroyed when the earth cracked during the 1964 earthquake and subsequent landslides. Photo courtesy of U.S. Geological Survey
 As Del Norters get ready to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the 1964 tsunami, Alaska is gearing up to remember the massive earthquake that spawned the tidal waves. The magnitude 9.2 Great Alaska Earthquake wreaked havoc on the new state on March 27, 1964, Good Friday. The quake generated landslides that destroyed homes and businesses in Anchorage, Alaska’s largest city.  

Landslides also did damage in communities around Prince William Sound at the quake’s epicenter. In his book, “The Raging Sea,” Dennis M. Powers writes that much of Valdez, 55 miles away from the epicenter, slid into the sea, while landslides destroyed waterfronts at Seward and Whittier.

“Due to the numerous passages, inlets and islands in the Prince William Sound, the main tidal wave caused devastation and deaths in Alaska before speeding south to the U.S. West Coast,” he wrote.

 


Two on Tap sings, dances its way here

 

Duo breathes life into classic numbers

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Melissa Giattino and Ron DeStefano come to Crescent City next Thursday. Photo courtesy of DNACA
Rarely does Crescent City get to see live, simultaneous singing and tap dancing as made popular by early silver screen couples such as Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers, and Judy Garland and Mickey Rooney.


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