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Birth: David Carl Bowdish III

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David Carl Bowdish III
David Carl Bowdish III was born Jan. 8, 2014, at Sutter Coast Hospital. He weighed 10 pounds, 11 ounces and measured 22 inches.

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Birth: Kennady Thunder Ridgway

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Kennady Thunder Ridgway
Kennady Thunder Ridgway was born Dec. 6, 2013, at Sutter Coast Hospital. She weighed 6 pounds, 13 ounces and measured 19¾ inches.

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Musicians debut their new work

Friday, Saturday events celebrate CDs by Jon Parmentier, Zack Freiwald

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Jon Parmentier has long pursued a “nature theme” with his music, and his new CD is no exception. Its coming out party is Friday night. Submitted
Zack Freiwald grew up in Del Norte and moved away.

Jon Parmentier just moved here a few years ago.

But they have something in common this weekend. Both musicians will release their latest CDs at local events, Parmentier’s on Friday night at a Crescent City art gallery and Freiwald’s on Saturday night at a Smith River restaurant.

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Brookings comes together for Crabfest

Free activities and entertainment planned for all day Saturday

The crab out at sea might not be feasting, but crab-lovers on land have not given up hope of feasting on them — particularly Robert Grosz, coordinator of the Southern Oregon Crabfest, set for Saturday.

As of Wednesday, all 250 crab dinner tickets for the inaugural event were sold out, he announced. Free activities and entertainment are scheduled from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. the same day.

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Top chiropractor

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Crescent City chiropractor Dr. Tracy Cole, left, with California Gov. Jerry Brown at a fundraiser for the California Chiropractic Association last summer.

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Student Spotlight Jan. 21, 2014

Bess Maxwell School

• Students of the Week: Mir­anda Vazquez-Cortez, Brook-Lynn Jones, Tyler Dodson, Siera Dean, Alina Alemar, Eric Peters, Reggie McCovey, Jakalyn Shelton-Evans, Phoenix Miller, Sophia Ritter, Tesa Robinson, Kenni Hooper, Makayla Dwyer, Andrew Dean, Noah Jones, Kenya Chavez, Oliver Young, Leland Wettengel

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US Bank employee wins top achievement award

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Amanda Chadwick
Amanda Chadwick, U.S. Bank branch manager in Crescent City, has won U.S. Bank’s Pinnacle Award, the company’s highest employee achievement honor. 

Chadwick was among the top 20 percent of top performing branch managers nationwide to win U.S. Bank’s award for outstanding achievement and superior performance and was recently recognized at a company gathering.  

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Around Del Norte: Annual Chamber dinner set

Who will win the annual awards for lifetime achievement and business leader of the year?

How about the Del Norte Pride award for improving the community’s aesthetics, or the Chamber volunteer of the year?

It’s not exactly the Oscars, but there is some suspense that will end Saturday night at the annual Crescent City-Del Norte County Chamber of Commerce Dinner and Awards Banquet.

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Realtors give out awards

Stremberg honored for work on Last Chance Grade

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Lyndol Mitchell and Mimi Stephens won Lifetime Honorary Achievement awards. Del Norte Triplicate / James Haban
More than 30 local real estate agents were honored last week by their colleagues for their hard work and service to the community.

The Del Norte Association of Realtors celebrated agents whose sales accomplishments for 2013 reached $36 million, according to Lyndol Mitchell of Ming Tree Real Estate. Mitchell received the association’s 2013 Lifetime Honorary Achievement Award, along with Bayside Realty founder Mimi Stephens.

The association also gave the President’s Award to Kurt Stremberg for his efforts to create an alternate route around Last Chance Grade on U.S. Highway 101 south of Crescent City.

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DN’s own ambassador of ping pong

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The Senior Sleuth when she was singles champ in Houston. Submitted
Ping pong anyone? It’s going around town!

Or rather I’m going around town with table tennis “kits” donated to the community by Walmart.

Colleen O’Baugh at Walmart helped with the donations. Each kit includes paddles and balls with a special adjustable net that will fit on any suitable table and make it into a ping pong table.

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