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Building confidence in local kids with new gym

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.

A sparkling christmas tradition

Holiday floats, marching bands and other vehicles will be wrapped in hundreds of twinkling lights for the third-annual Santa’s Light Parade. Del Norte Triplicate file photo / Bryant Anderson
Floats, cars, horses and people will be decorated with hundreds of twinkling Christmas lights Friday for the third-annual Santa’s Light Parade.

Singing in the Holidays

The North Coast Chorale performs at the Emblem Club’s Festival of The Trees on Saturday. The Chorale will hold its Christmas concert next Tuesday and Wednesday.Photo courtesy of Patricia Miller
 The North Coast Chorale will hopscotch through time in their upcoming Christmas concert featuring holiday music from various eras.

Light show part of Mystery

Paul Bunyan and Babe the Blue Ox will don their holiday finery shortly after Thanksgiving.

The giant lumberjack of American folklore and his azure sidekick will welcome visitors to Trees of Mystery decked out in lights that blink and dance to holiday music starting Saturday. 

Thanksgiving: ‘Community family dinner’

Volunteers dish up a heartwarming meal at last year’s community Thanksgiving Dinner at the Del Norte County Fairgrounds. Del Norte Triplicate file / Bryant Anderson
Donations are needed for annual thanksgiving feast

Donations are still being accepted for Del Norte County’s big Thanksgiving feast, but they will only be accepted through Wednesday.

“We do not accept any donations on Thursday,” said event coordinator Teri Sandler. “We want it to be a family dinner... so please come down and be our guest.”

Cory's People: Carlos, Ray and a couple struggling

I spoke on the phone with my dad a few days ago. He said, “I’m going to start volunteering at the senior center to help old people.” I held back a giggle. My dad turns 70 in August.

Coats for kids needs more donations

Bicoastal Media is asking for the community’s help in procuring new and gently-used coats of all sizes to help kids between Klamath and Port Orford keep warm this winter.

Wedding: Bailey, Reddie

 Grant Hudson Bailey and Sheona Helen Reddie were married Nov. 21, 2015 in Santa Rosa, California.

Sheona is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Reddie of Santa Rosa.

Grant is the son of Eric Bailey, of Crescent City, and Tamytha McGahuey.

The couple will honeymoon in Scotland and settle in Santa Rosa.

Student Spotlight, Nov. 24, 2015

Mary Peacock School

Student of the Month - October: Devon Perez, Bryce Opbroek, Antonio Sanchez, Sophia Wester, Bryce Stover, Haley Bearden, Abigail Kendrick, Mason Vazquez, Aveyonna Miller, Alexander Wilder, Owen Dougherty, Cha Meng Thor, Yolanda Avalos, Marlina Thompson, Ricardo Borges, David Hernandez, Kenzie Harrison, Madison Avila, Natalie Hayden, Marisol Garcia, Rolando Pastrana, Thatcher Miller-Wells, Adriana Aispuro-Garcia, Hannah McAdams, Aidan Flock, Lily Davis, Presli Dunham, Jacob Ramsey, Said Pena-Colmenares, Brooklyn Carter, Spaydee Cronk, Shay Nolan, Tegan Diaz, Emma Sarina, Braiden Walker, Esuna Thor, Jude Hayden, Riley Schauerman, Olivia Ratnour, Carlo Borges, Hailee Harrison 

Let’s talk turkey: Where to get one and what you’ll pay

With Thanksgiving less than a week away, many home cooks are beginning to contemplate the building blocks for an outstanding feast. Read more...

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