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Cory's People: 'Best day ever'

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Casey and Margaret Hague spend Fatherís Day at Crescent Beach with their 1-year-old son Henry. Del Norte Triplicate / Cory Mitcham
Casey and Margaret Hague brought their adorable 1 year old son Henry to the beach this Father’s Day. Casey was born in Crescent City in 1980. The family lives in Blue Lake and made the 1 ½ hour trek to spend the day with his family at the beach. They were all smiles. Casey says, “Father’s Day is the best day ever.”


Habitat for Humanity: Family breaks ground for home

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Del Norte Habitat for Humanity volunteers broke ground last week on a new home in the Bertsch Tract. Submitted
A Del Norte family put shovels in the dirt last week on what will soon be their new home.

Mindy Davis and Jonathan Hurley and their kids, Dylan and Bailey, are partner families with Del Norte Habitat for Humanity. In about two years, Davis and Hurley will move into their first home and volunteers will have completed Del Norte County’s fifth Habitat for Humanity house.


Birth: Madilynn Amelia Hofmann-Noble

Madilynn Amelia Hofmann-Noble
Madilynn Amelia Hofmann-Noble was born May 1, 2016, at Sutter Coast Hospital in Crescent City. She weighed 6 pounds 15 ounces and measured 20 inches. Madilynn’s parents are Veronica Hofmann-Noble and Bryce Hofmann, of Crescent City. Her brother is Nathaniel Hofmann-Noble. Madilynn’s grandparents are Linda and Eddy Noble and Sheryl Rhines. Her great-grandparents are Duke and Maureen Bolen.


Birth: Wintress Iva Kirko

Wintress Iva Kirko
Wintress Iva Kirko was born May 31, 2016, at Sutter Coast Hospital in Crescent City. She weighed 7 pounds 11 ounces and measured 21 inches. Wintress’ parents are Bob Kirko and Ashley Siedschlag, of Brookings. Her siblings are Sophia and Wyatt Kirko. Wintress’ grandparents are Wes and Vickie Siedschlag, of Deming, Washington; Barbara and Lance Duey, of Crescent City; Mark and Jodi Kirko, of Oak Harbor, Washington, and Carl Maple, of Crescent City. Her great grandparents are Larry and Julia Worrell, of Mt. Vernon, Oregon; Vernon and Bobbie Silvers, of Limestone, Tennessee; Pat Siedschalag, of Deming, Washington, and Carol Maple, of Crescent City.


Birth: Madison Simone Woodley

Madison Simone Woodley
Madison Simone Woodley was born May 18, 2016, at Sutter Coast Hospital in Crescent City. She weighed 5 pounds 5 ounces and measured 19 inches. Madison’s parents are Nina and Michael Woodley. Her sisters are Sarai and Savanna. Madison’s grandparents are Boon Hakchaleun, Sooth-ta Hakchaleun, Elynn Boshear and Tammie Hicks, all of Crescent City. Her great-grandparents are Vivian Heriford and Seth Hakchaleun, both of Crescent City.


Student Spotlight, June 21, 2016

Joe Hamilton School

Star Writer - May: Leona January, Amaya Calvery-Davis, Jared Roberts, Ace Capeda, Twilight Flud, Nevaeh Calvery-Davis, Sarah Clifford, Emmalee Hollon, Gregory Smith, Trevor Corpening, Sophia Jager, Justin Baker, Jamie Gavin, Derek Burke


Party on the half shell

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Bivalve connoisseurs take in the scene at last yearís Arcata Oyster Festival. More than 13,000 people are expected at this yearís festival. Photo courtesy of Mark Larson
Oysters can be steamed, grilled or fried, hiding in gumbos, sprinkled on pizzas, tucked into a sandwich, coated with panko, dressed with ponzu or served raw and naked.

However you like them, thousands will happily slide down your gullet at the 26th-annual Arcata Oyster Festival on Saturday.


After oysters comes the fish festival

The day after Arcata pays homage to the oyster, Trinidad will celebrate another edible denizen of the deep Sunday at a seafood festival that’s a bit more low-key.

The Trinidad Fish Festival, sponsored by the Greater Trinidad Chamber of Commerce, will feature craft vendors, a photo booth and a variety of food and beverages, according to a chamber press release.


Art Scene, June 16, 2016

Jazz brunch at Patrick Creek Lodge

Pianist and composer Beverly Ritz will perform jazz classics and original jazz and blues at Patrick Creek Lodge’s Father’s Day brunch. Born in Washington D.C., Ritz is now based in Smith River and has recorded eight CDs with her latest, “Blues for Django,” released in February. Ritz’s music has also been featured on KLCC in Eugene, Oregon and on NPR. To make reservations at Patrick Creek Lodge, call 707-457-3323.


Arts for Veterans

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Carla Roberts works on a coastline in Audi Stantonís watercolor class for veterans on June 4. Roberts, who grew up in Japan, worked for the military and has a daughter who is in the US Armyís 82nd Airborne Division. Del Norte Triplicate / Jessica Cejnar
Dale Morgan’s guitar classes have brought veterans of all ages together, and the oldest, an 83-year-old Korean War veteran from Klamath, never misses one.

Morgan, who has taught guitar for about 30 years, said he likes to focus on the classics, including a little blues and maybe some Beatles. When he threw some Hank Williams at his beginning class, it touched a chord in his Klamath student.

“This guy was talking about how he used to hear that very song in Korea when they were on the front lines,” Morgan said. “He was talking about the Turks and the French... they had some sort of radio (that played) ‘Cold Cold Heart.’”


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