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Klamath River cleanup Sat.

Ro-tah Shorty sports his new T-shirt given out by the Yurok Tribe for participating in the Klamath River Cleanup last year. Photo submitted by Matt Mais
 The Watershed Stewards Project is calling for volunteers to remove trash and invasive plants from the banks of the Klamath River on Saturday.

Birth: Aveya Rae Aguilera

 Aveya Rae Aguilera was born March 7, 2014, at Sutter Coast Hospital. She weighed 7 pounds, 13 ounces and measured 21½ inches. Her parents are Julian and Maria Aguilera of Crescent City. Her grandparents are Valeri Pilipenko of Hayward, Suzanne Davis of Lake Almanor, and Juana Curranco and Salvador Aguilera, both of Crescent City. Her great-grandparent is Lidia Pilipenko of Hayward.

Birth: Sawyer Blyss Ludwig

 Sawyer Blyss Ludwig was born Feb. 1, 2014, at Mad River Community Hospital in Arcata. She weighed 9 pounds, 2 ounces and measured 22 inches. Her parents are John and Hayley Ludwig of Crescent City. Her grandparents are Randy and Linda Smith of Crescent City, Teresa Artechevarria of Nampa, Idaho, and Vern and Linda Ludwig of Council, Idaho. Her great-grandparents are Elsa Vogel, Janette and the late Stan Smith, all of Crescent City; Katherine and the late John Artechevarria of Nampa, Idaho, and Ed Ludwig and the late Vera DeStefanis of Council, Idaho. 

Birth: Rylie Nicole McFall

 Rylie Nicole McFall was born April 2, 2014, at Kootenai Medical Center in Couer d’Alene, Idaho. She weighed 6 pounds, 8 ounces and measured 19½ inches. Her parents are Travis and Caitlin McFall of Post Falls, Idaho. Her grandparents are Michael and Nicole Polk of Crescent City, and James and Jeanne McFall of Newport, Wash. 

Engagement: Hutzell, Perry

Read more... Alexandria Hutzell and Brock Perry, both of Klamath Falls, Ore., are engaged to be married Aug. 23, 2014, in Crescent City. 

Grist for the Mill: Buying and eating local

Wild Rivers Market manager Tom Boylan arranges produce. The store stocks locally-produced food year-round. Del Norte Triplicate / Bryant Anderson
 With goal of going all-local for a month, there are smaller hills you can climb along way 

Angela Glore’s food column is printed monthly.

If you’ve had the chance to wander into Jefferson State Books recently, you may have noticed that Jeff stocks a good selection of food-related reading. He’s got the big names — Michael Pollan, Mark Bittman, Marion Nestle — but also some newer entries into the field. For a month or two starting shortly after Thanksgiving, Jeff was pushing one particular book into my hands every time I walked through the door, so eventually I read it.

House Calls: Eye exam not just for vision

You have probably heard the saying that “your eyes are the windows to your soul,” but have you ever stopped to think about how much your eyes can tell about your physical health? Before I worked in eye care I assumed, as many of you probably do, that eye exams were only for people who couldn’t see well and needed glasses. I went to the eye doctor when I needed a new prescription for glasses or contact lenses and didn’t realize that while he was having me look through lenses and shining lights at me he was actually learning about much more than just how well I could see.

Church Notebook: Tragedies may seem unfair, but perhaps God is saying something

Somehow, it hardly seems fair.

We’ve been having some warm, beautiful days while other parts of the country are having one disaster after another.

I caught part of an announcement for a film the other day, the title asking “Where Was God” when all this was going on. And reference was made to a school that was taken out by a tornado a year or so ago, as people were coming to deal with their anger at God for letting it happen.

Night Life May 1-May 7


Trivia Night is every Thursday at Tomasini’s Enoteca, 960 Third St., 6 p.m. Teams can be of two to four people; $2 buy-in per person.

Karaoke with Ketra is every Thursday at Shooters Billiards Bar, 1091 U.S. Hwy. 101 N. at 9 p.m.

Coming Attractions: author’s letter to crescent city

Author Inette Miller and husband ’Iokepa Hanalei ’Imaikalani left their possessions behind and moved to Hawaii 15 years ago. Miller has written memoirs about that experience and her return to the mainland for a book tour that included a fateful stop in Crescent City. Submitted
 Injured in wreck on previous book tour, Inette Miller returns to place that offered help 

Nearly two years ago, author Inette Miller of Lihue, Hawaii, and husband ’Iokepa Hanalei ’Imaikalani were traveling through Del Norte County on a months-long book tour when a car accident took them on a detour to Crescent City.

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