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Twice as Good back at Lucky 7 Saturday night

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Richard, left, and Paul Steward. Submitted photo
Twice as Good, a father and son blues duo, returns to Lucky 7 Casino on Saturday at 8 p.m.

“We’ve had them before, and guests have been asking when we are bringing them back,” said Ayla Richards, the casino’s marketing assistant.

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Orchestra concerts set

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Members of the Crescent City Preparatory Orchestra practice. Submitted photo
Concert-goers will receive an extra treat during the upcoming spring concerts of the Curry-Del Norte Orchestra.

Two preparatory orchestras — the Crescent City Preparatory Orchestra and Azalea Middle School Orchestra — will join the larger orchestra on two pieces in the concerts to be performed in Crescent City (Sunday), Brookings (Monday) and Gold Beach (Saturday).

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Saxophone quartet set for Crescent Elk

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The Italian Saxophone Quartet has blossomed into an international force in chamber music. It performs Sunday, April 6, at Crescent Elk. Submitted photo
The widely-traveled and well-respected Italian Saxophone Quartet performs Sunday, April 6, at 3 p.m. at the Crescent Elk Auditorium as the final offering of the Community Concert Association’s 2013–14 season.

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Lesson in color

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Del Norte Triplicate / Bryant Anderson
Gallery owner Barbara Burke speaks with students about art at The Gallery of Arts and Culture on Friday afternoon. 

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Tsunami run

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Participants take to the streets in Sunday’s Tsunami Surge Fun Run, a 1-mile-long obstacle course that started at Fred Endert Municipal Pool.

 

Del Norte People: Remembering spots along the way

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Dad's Camp back in the good old days. Submitted photo
What are Shorty’s Camp, Dad’s Camp, Requa Resort, Kamp Klamath, Requa Inn and Chinook Camp? These were destinations for late spring and summer fishermen and tourists to enjoy their stay in Del Norte County.

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Drug program moves to Second Street

The ribbon is cut; new services planned in long-awaited move

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From left to right: Jeanne Riecke, Debra Bruschi, Dan Cumbra, Gary Blatnick, Debra Magana-Parsons, Nancy McClaflin, Nicole Hemmingsen, Naome Workman and AJ Meyer-Zlokovich. Submitted photo
Del Norte County Department of Health & Human Services, Alcohol and Other Drug Program (AOD) announces its long-awaited move to 1279 Second St., Ste. C. The new AOD office was specifically designed to support recovery and meet regulatory and evidence-based service standards.

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Scholastic: Maya Weaver Kramer

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Maya Weaver Kramer
Maya Weaver Kramer was placed on the Dean's list at Syracuse University in New York for the 2013 fall semester.

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Birth: Paisley Dorothy French

 

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Paisley Dorothy French
Paisley Dorothy French was born Dec. 16, 2013, at Sutter Coast Hospital.

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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.

 

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