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Birth: Anna Marie Fenn

Anna Marie Fenn
Anna Marie Fenn was born Feb. 17, 2016 at Sutter Coast Hospital in Crescent City, California. She weighed 5 pounds 7 ounces and measured 19 inches long. Anna Marie’s parents are Jammie Hare, of Crescent City, and Jon Fenn, of Nampa, Idaho. Her brothers are Bentley Diep and Josh Fenn. Anna Marie’s grandparents are Karen Fenn and Jerry Fenn, of Middleton Idaho and Ruth Hare and Gerry Hare, of Idaho. Her great grandparents are Clearence Bodenstab, Ethel Keplinger, Arthur Brown Fenn and Mary Fenn. 


Good for a gander

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Once on the brink of extinction, more than 100,000 Aleutian cackling geese migrate north from their wintering grounds in California’s Central Valley. Tens of thousands use bottomland in Humboldt and Del Norte counties as well as off shore islands like Castle Rock to fuel up on grass before continuing their journey to the Aleutians.
Annual migration on the horizon 

With trees beginning to leaf out and daffodils showing their bright faces on the roadside, Del Norters may soon hear the honk of the Aleutian cackling goose.


Annual ‘Broom Bash’ looks to clear room for butterflies

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The Oregon silverspot butterfly. Courtesy Christine Damiani
Imagine you are one of the many Aleutian Geese winging your way along the northern coast, looking for a place to feed and breed in a safe and remote wetland. 

Soaring above the Coastal Redwoods along the rugged shoreline, a crescent beach appears below you. Past the lighthouse and around the bend, a large lagoon surrounded by gentle, sloping, vegetated hills of sand calls you closer. You land on the calm waters of Lake Earl in the center of the Lake Earl Wildlife Area and Tolowa Dunes State Park.


Church Notebook: Budding roses herald change

What a difference a warm, sunny day can make.


Birth: Elijah Robert Thomas King

Elijah Robert Thomas King was born Jan. 12, 2016 at Madigan Army Medical Center, Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington. He weighed 7 pounds 9 ounces and measured 20.3 inches. Elijah’s parents are Zach and Shannon King of Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington. His grandparents are Mark and Sandy Ferguson, of Fort Dick, and Scott King and Jayne Smith, of Medina, Ohio. 


Classical pianist to take the stage

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The Del Norte-Curry Community Concert Association’s latest concert will feature Russian-born pianist Svetlana Smolina at the Crescent Elk Auditorium on March 6.
Music in the Redwoods presents classical pianist Svetlana Smolina 3 p.m. March 6 at Crescent Elk Auditorium.  

The Russian-born artist will play pieces by Tchaikovsky, Chopin, Schumann, Liszt, Bizet, and Balakirev for the third performance of the 2015-16 concert season.


German musical trio to perform in Brookings on Sunday

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Submitted The Morgenstern Trio, featuring Catherine Klipfel on piano, Stefan Hempel on violin and Emanuel Wehse on cello, will perform in Brookings on March 6.
An up-and-coming ensemble of young German musicians, the Morgenstern Trio, will perform at the next Brookings-Harbor Friends of Music concert on  March 6. 

The program will include outstanding works by Franz Josef Haydn, Frank Bridge, and Maurice Ravel.


Art Scene, Feb. 25, 2016

Arts summer school deadline is Monday

The California State Summer School for the Arts (CSSSA) is accepting applications from all talented and motivated high school students for the 2016 summer session, to be held on July 9-Aug 5. Applications are found online at csssa.ca.gov and are due on Feb. 29.


Taking the media world by storm

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Jacob Patterson, who co-founded Gender Talk and is a journalist with Redwood Voice, received a fellowship with Fusion Media Network. Patterson says he hopes to use his fellowship to shed light on issues that are important to Del Norte County and other rural areas. Photo courtesy of Redwood Voice
Jacob Patterson of Redwood Voice wins fellowship with Fusion Media Network 

A local advocate for LGBTQ rights and member of  Redwood Voice has received a fellowship with the Fusion Media Network.

Jacob Patterson, 24, was selected for Fusion’s Rise-Up and Be-Heard journalism fellowship. He said he wants to use this opportunity to bring issues important to marginalized people in Del Norte County and other rural areas to a larger audience.


Cory's People: For lifelong world traveler, Crescent City is home

“My husband, daughter and I spent 20 years vacationing in Crescent City for six weeks every summer. We stayed in our travel trailer at Harbor RV park and enjoyed the Fourth of July celebrations. Then, my husband and I moved here from Folsom six years ago and our daughter and grandchildren soon followed.”

Kimberley Crews is 60 years young and says she could easily beachcomb from sun up ‘til sun down, seven days a week: “Beachcombing is my greatest love. I collect shells, beach glass, driftwood, rocks…..”


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