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Concert to feature scholarship winners

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Alexander Tutunov, professor of piano and artist in residence at Southern Oregon University and his students, Stephanie Chen, Jaron Cannon and Anthony Bock will perform in Brookings on Sunday. Submitted
Brookings-Harbor Friends of Music has announced its scholarship winners for the current season, and they will be featured at the final concert of the season. 

The concert takes place on Sunday at the Seventh Day Adventist Church, 102 Park Ave., Brookings. The concert is free.


Spaghetti feed will help job seekers

Del Norters can support folks who are seeking work by eating spaghetti.


Maker Fair

Second-grader Tatiana Owensbey throws a pot Saturday at the Del Norte Makers Fair, while fifth-grader Sophie Long and her dad Matthew are mesmerized by a 3D printer.

Meanwhile Mady Wolsfeld teaches fourth-grader Livia Rusk how to felt using sheep's wool.


Film reaching wider audience

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Jed Hawkins (middle) celebrates with his father Jerry and his Redwood Voice colleagues, Makenzy Williams, Jacob Patterson and Taylor Cervantez. Photo courtesy of Redwood Voice
Jed Hawkins has an important message and with help from Redwood Voice’s Makenzy Williams and Jacob Patterson, he is reaching a wider audience than he ever dreamed.

Hawkins’ film, “Real Life Superhero,” a short film about living with mental illness, won first place in the Mental Health Matters category of the Directing Change Program and Film Contest. 


Cory's People: Tate Noll keeps it clean after injury

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Tate Noll, son of Greg Noll, celebrates being clean and sober for more than five years and being smoke free. Cory Mitcham / Del Norte Triplicate
Meet Tate Noll. He’s 55 and proud of being clean from drugs and alcohol for five years, six months and 10 days. He quit cigarettes two months and 23 days ago (he smoked for 35 years). In 13 days, he’s going to Portland to see “The Who.”


Lodge student awards ceremony

It’s that time of year again. Spring is in the air and summer is on its way. Graduation ceremonies are being planned and it’s time to recognize those students in Del Norte County who most signify our strongest moral, ethical and academic standard.


Rodeo Queen competition replay on TV coming up

Those who missed the live stage portion of the Del Norte County Rodeo Queen competition can see the production beginning Wednesday on Cable Channel 4.


Graduation: Amy Arlene Broadbent

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Amy Arlene Broadbent will receive her Master’s degree in piano pedagogy from Western Illinois University. Amy is the daughter of Gordan III and Marjorie Broadbent, of Lansing, Illinois. She is the granddaughter of Jane Broadbent and Iris Morgan, both of Crescent City


Student Spotlight, May 10, 2016

Smith River School

Student of the Month-March: Lexy Owen, Misael Cisneros-Esquivel, Layton Owen, Nataly Konkel, Emma Benson, Maria Regalado, Luis Aguilar, Emily Bacon, Riley Brannon, David Garcia, Erik Fuentes, Cesar Ramos


Leaving the nest

 

The Humboldt Wildlife Care Center received its first baby birds of the season just two days ago, but by the time wildlife rehabilitators found them they were dying.

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Illustration by Bryant Anderson / Del Norte Triplicate
 

Monte Merrick, co-director of Bird Ally X, which operates the Arcata-based wildlife rehabilitation center, said his staff found a whole nest with four baby robins left on the front porch. He doesn’t know where the nest came from, but it shouldn’t have been disturbed, he said.

“If the parents are still alive they can start over, but those babies didn’t make it,” Merrick said.


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