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‘Ghost Forest’ lecture on redwood conservation

Del Norte residents will get a chance to hear from one of the leaders of efforts to save the redwoods from deforestation on Friday.


Bugs hunt on Sunday

Author Pete Haggard will guide a walk into Tolowa Dunes to identify insects and discuss how they benefit the ecosystem. Redwood Parks Association
 Summer nature program kicks off 

Bug lovers will get an up close look at the beetles, butterflies, ants and other crawlies that call Del Norte’s sand dunes home on Sunday.


First Art Walk of season Fri.

Bronze sculptures and their creator, Stephan Seable, will be at the Gallery of Arts and Culture on Friday evening. Del Norte Triplicate / Bryant Anderson
 Sixteen downtown Crescent City businesses will host various local artists at the first Art Walk of the summer season on Friday.


Memoir about life with bipolar disorder

Author Margaret Crockett is a native of Smith River.
 Aims to help people struggling with undiagnosed mental illness   

Margaret Crockett was 17 and a freshman at College of the Redwoods in Eureka when she began to show signs of bipolar affective disorder.


Competition hones life skills

DNHS senior Collin Sturdevant does brazing work at a competition at University of California, Davis on March 8.
 Five members of Del Norte’s ag mechanics team compete against 80 schools 

Hours of practice, a good head for math and the ability to be flexible earned five local students a spot at the FFA California State Finals competition last month.


Grad night: Donors, volunteers to keep grads safe

Safe and Sober Graduation night volunteers, left to right, Debbie Olson, Eva Lopez and Debbie Bruschi receive a check from Pelican Bay State Prison Community Resource Manager Robert Losacco for $1,800 raised by inmates. Submitted photo
 Graduating seniors will have a chance to cut loose after receiving their diploma later this month thanks to the hard work of a handful of volunteers and donations from the community.


Help keep wild families together

For wild animals, spring and summer mean one thing: baby season! Everywhere you look, sparrows, swallows, hummingbirds, eagles, skunks, squirrels, opossums and raccoons are starting families and raising young. Whether we live in the forests, by the ocean, or in the middle of town, wild parents-to-be, in need of security and privacy, seek shelter to make dens and nests. Sometimes this shelter ends up being in our homes — for many reasons this might not be the best situation.


Wedding: Pierce, Guarino

Pierce and Guarino
 Buck Pierce and Lori Guarino were married May 17, 2014, at the Terrace in the Park, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. The couple will make their home in Winnipeg, where Buck is an offensive coach for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers CFL football organization, having recently retired earlier this year from his 9-year professional career. Lori will resume her career with West Jet Corporation, where she has been employed for over 10 years.


Wedding/Graduation: Misewicz, Ward

Misewicz and Ward
 Harrison Mikhail Misewicz and Kathryn Ward, both of Crescent City, were married May 17, 2014, in St. Paul, Minn. Both also graduated from William Mitchell College of Law in St. Paul, Minn., on May 18, 2014.


‘If I were the devil’ comes too close to ethics, morals of today

Did you ever hear something on the radio or TV that really grabbed your attention?

Was Paul Harvey someone you listened to?

I used to love listening to “The Rest of the Story” a long time ago. The other night, Fox ran a recording of one of his 1965 programs and it was a hair raiser!


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