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Daring tricks come with safety tips

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Andrew Topa, a BMX biker with StuntMasters Action Sports, performs a backflip for students from Bess Maxwell and Joe Hamilton elementary schools Wednesday. Del Norte Triplicate / Bryant Anderson
Andrew Topa spent most of a 30-minute school assembly at Crescent Elk Middle School airborne.

Topa sped down the quarter pipe and launched himself from the box jump to the adulation of the crowd. He even leaped over his colleague, Chris Westlund, who led the assembly Wednesday. But it wasn’t enough for the scores of Joe Hamilton and Bess Maxwell students.


Off the Grid: Thereís power in wildland living

Volts, watts, and amps… Oh My. Inverters, volt meters, and generators… Oh My. There’s more to living off grid than I anticipated.

It has been my desire to go green and lessen my carbon footprint; to be one with nature and experience the spectacular natural resources this region has to offer. Del Norte County has giant forests, wild ocean shores, rogue rivers, prairies, miles of sandy beaches, and rugged mountains.


Church Notebook: Take time to remember, thank veterans

Have you ever taken the time when you were at Walmart to check out the pictures of our local veterans? Generations of military have served our country to preserve our freedom, even at the cost of their own lives.

Of course, the most recent ones may catch the attention of the younger generation, like Bruno DeSolenni, whose mother I consider a friend. I cannot imagine the heartache of losing a child at all, let alone in a war.


Young, Energetic, Irish

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The Young Irelanders will be at Crescent Elk Auditorium on Friday.
From the producer of Women of Ireland comes a creative and energetic band of young Irish musicians and dancers known as The Young Irelanders. On their American tour, the band offers an eclectic mix of songs both traditional and contemporary with stylings borrowed from folk, world, jazz, country, and popular music. For their last performance of the 2015-16 season, Music in the Redwoods presents the Young Irelanders on Friday, May 20th at 7 pm at the Crescent Elk Auditorium.


Theater co.ís 2nd production

Before she got down to one of the last rehearsals prior to opening night, Kirsten Randrup led her cast and crew, and anyone else who was game, in a warm up round of Zoom!

The actors grouped themselves in a circle and pretended they were cars on a race track, complete with screeching halts, death defying leaps and fiery crashes. Randrup said the warm up allows her cast and crew to “be in the present” and pay attention.


Uncharted Shores serving food and beer at fundraiser

Uncharted Shores Academy is hosting an evening of food and Lagunitas brew Saturday to raise money for its arts programs.

The school will be serving fish chowder, butternut squash soup, shrimp skewers, jambalaya and chicken white bean chili catered by House of Jambalaya. There will be live music and beer from Lagunitas as well as non-alcoholic drinks. There will also be raffle items on display.


Uncharted Shores serving food and beer at fundraiser

Uncharted Shores Academy is hosting an evening of food and Lagunitas brew Saturday to raise money for its arts programs.

The school will be serving fish chowder, butternut squash soup, shrimp skewers, jambalaya and chicken white bean chili catered by House of Jambalaya. There will be live music and beer from Lagunitas as well as non-alcoholic drinks. There will also be raffle items on display.


Art Scene, May 19, 2016

Art in Public Places

The new Art in Public Places exhibit up in the Del Norte County Courthouse is “Crescent City Colors,” containing 11 arresting acrylic and oil pieces by painter Pauline Holmes, with titles such as “Picnicking Egrets,” “Fixing the Tally Ho,” and “Tsunami Logs on the Beach.”  The courthouse is located at 450 H Street in Crescent City, and is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays except for state holidays.  For more information, call DNACA at 464-1336.


College of the Redwoods Class of 2016

College of the Redwoods’ Del Norte Education Center awarded associate degrees and certificates of achievements to 75 students Friday.

Fifty-eight students received associate degrees and 17 received certificates of achievement. The students are:

Angelica Aispuro, Collien J. Aten, Martha Suzette Avery, Clancey Barrington, Machelle L. Bates, Adriana B. Berber, Rachel Bonfadini, Jennifer J. Buchanan, Courtney Bukoske, Lisa Marie Camarena, Zachary M. Centner, Tasha Dawn Corpening, Alexandrea Cossairt, Corra Cypret, Joseph Cypret, Sarah Elizabeth Dikes, My-Hanh H. Dills, Jacob Andrew Dudzik, Fidel Duran, Leah Adriana Eakes, Aislin Edalgo, Jermiah J. Emery, Allyson Farr, Joshua J. Fitch, Haley Micheale Gist, Kimberly C. Hancock, Amber Rae Harrah, Amy Henkell, Cora Lynn Hogan, Jaia Hudson, Lane W. Japp, Lynda Knowles, Morgan Whitney Love, Bernadette Grace Marks, Juliane Marie Teixeira Marques, Kaitlyn Anne Mitchell, Kenneth D. Olson, Kayla Jean Penner, Donald Peterson, Aaron Lee Pettis, Adalberto Ramirez, Jessica Melissa Ramirez, Brianna J.Y. Ramsey, Christa Jean Rawlings, Taysha Robinson, Trenton J. Ryan, Samuel H. Sanders, Nate Salisbury, Kasey Leigh Shelton, Alias R. Smith, Dixie R. Snider, Katherine E. Tosch, Madison Christine Van Arsdale, Downa Vang, Joseph Verdejo, Liliya Wanner, Mercedes N. Wheeler and Jamin Williamson.


Cory's People: Doctor practices what she preaches

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Dr. Patricia Lufty took over as medical director of the Acute Rehabilitation Unit at Sutter Coast Hospital in January. Del Norte Triplicate / Cory Mitcham
Her goal is to help the people of Del Norte County heal. It’s a lofty goal, yet my hunch is she’s the best person for the job. Dr. Patricia Lutfy MD, DC was a dental hygienist and massage therapist in the ’80s; a chiropractor in the ’90s, then in 2003, entered medical school at St. George’s University, located in Grenada, West Indies, graduating in 2008.

When Dr. Lutfy came to Del Norte in November for an interview, she saw the ocean and fell in love with the ruggedness of our coastline. She moved to Del Norte in January to take over as medical director of the Acute Rehabilitation Unit at Sutter Coast Hospital.


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