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Candles for those we’ve lost

Those who have lost a child or a loved one will have two opportunities to light a candle in their remembrance.

United Methodist Church of the Redwoods in Klamath will offer a Blue Christmas service Saturday.


Li’l red in the redwoods

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The Dell’Arte Company performs “Li’l Red in the Redwoods” in Klamath next week. Submitted
The Dell’Arte Company will bring a re-telling of Little Red Riding Hood to Klamath next week.


Art benefits quake victims

Read more...Del Norters are invited to flex their artistic muscles — or grow into them — and help Haiti continue to its recovery from the January 2010 earthquake.


Coast going Hollywood

Musicians from Del Norte and Curry counties will bring a little bit of Hollywood to Gold Beach, Crescent City and Brookings this weekend.


“Christmas Shopping Ladies Night” downtown tonight

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Millsong Mercantile is just one of the many business taking part in “Christmas Shopping Ladies Night.” Del Norte Triplicate / Bryant Anderson
Downtown merchants will put on a special “Christmas Shopping Ladies Night” on Thursday evening with old-fashioned Christmas caroling and cocktails and nibbles.


Vova’s amazing journey

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Vova Vakulenko, a 15-year-old Ukrainian boy, spends time with the Shermans, Del Norters who are in the process of adopting him. Photo courtesy of Molly Sherman
Molly Sherman always wanted to adopt a child.

Even after she got married and had a child of her own, an 18-month-old named Tessa, the desire to open her home to a youngster needing a family never left. It’s something she and her husband Eric, an information technology specialist for the National Park Service, discussed before they became parents.


Cory's People: Crivelli’s is a secret spot for a great day

I didn’t know what I was looking for, but I was excited to find it. What I did know: the sky was bright blue, traffic was light, and Klamath was beckoning me.


Homemade gifts highlight annual Holiday Fair

There will be two opportunities this weekend for Del Norters to score handmade gifts and homemade goodies for the holidays.

The Del Norte County Fairgrounds will hold its annual Holiday Fair Friday through Sunday. The  Lighthouse Quilt Guild will hold its annual bazaar on Saturday.


Ashland film fest seeking entries

Del Norte County high school and college students have a chance to participate in a film competition and win $500.


Building confidence in local kids with new gym

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Orlando Peace teaches a mixed martial arts technique to a Del Norte High School student. Peace plans to open a school to teach MMA, Brazilian jiu jitsu and other martial arts to kids and adults. Del Norte Triplicate / Bryant Anderson
An assistant wrestling coach at Del Norte High School and eight-year practitioner of Brazilian jiu jitsu plans to open a school dedicated to teaching kids the martial art.

Orlando Peace says he’ll teach kids beginner and advanced jiu jitsu, striking, mixed martial arts, wrestling and boxing at his new Redwood Coast Combat and Fitness academy, which will be located behind Torero’s Mexican restaurant in Crescent City. He’ll also teach adults beginner and advanced jiu jitsu as well as kickboxing.


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