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Birth: Gregg

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Chloe Elizabeth and Emily Elon Gregg
 Chloe Elizabeth and Emily Elon Gregg were born Nov. 2, 2014, at Rogue Regional Medical Center in Medford, Ore. Chloe was born at 11:51 a.m., and Emily was born at 11:53 a.m. Born at 28 weeks, the two girls spent 55 days in the hospital’s NICU.


Birth: Corpstein

Finnian Robert Corpstein
Finnian Robert Corpstein was born Dec. 26, 2014, at Sutter Coast Hospital in Crescent City. He weighed 9 pounds, 8 ounces and measured 22 inches. 

Finnian’s parents are Christopher and Dusty Corpstein of Crescent City. His siblings are Alyssa, Braysen and Evan Corpstein. Finnian’s grandparents are Scott and Roxanne Gorman and Chris and Cheryl Corpstein, all of Crescent City. His great-grandparents are Don and Sherrell Davis of Beaverton, Ore.; Joni Forsht of Smith River; Nick Pottorff of Fort Dick; Lynelle Courtney of Crescent City; Fred Davis of Silver Spring, Nev., and Connie Calhoun of Lebanon, Ore.


Birth: Bieber

 

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Alexander Corden Bieber
Alexander Corden Bieber was born Nov. 17, 2014, in Crescent City. His parents are Branden and Angelina Bieber of Smith River. Alexander’s brother is Augustus Bieber.


Agriculture and Community

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Garden-fresh organic vegetables are piled high at Ocean Air Farms’ January farm stand last weekend. Del Norte Triplicate / Bryant Anderson
The sky was thick with gray clouds last Saturday, but the air was relatively balmy and there was no rain to keep folks away from the January farm stand at Ocean Air Farms. 

Paul Madeira stood near several tables laden with winter vegetables: acorn and sweet dumpling squash, Brussels sprouts, Swiss chard, kale, beets, peppers, garlic and carrots. There were goat’s milk soaps, naval oranges from a family grove in Riverside and photos with Madeira and Julie Jo Ayer Williams’ 5-month-old daughter Naomi.

“More and more people are excited about eating good food,” Madeira said last week.


Creative changes to Client College

The Adults with Intellectual Disabilities program and its participants have been going through some creative changes, with their identity being the most important to them, and the Supported Living Services program under Rural Human Services has been attempting to assist.

There are various degrees of physical and mental disabilities. One of them is intellectual disability, which the demographic of this program will target. 


Church Notebook: Faith should bring people together

Faith: We practice our beliefs in many ways, from those with religions vastly different from our own to the lesser variations of denominations within the Christian faith.

The variations in what we believe can cause us to have all kinds of disagreements, from a simple argument here to the serious ones in the Middle East that literally are settled with the taking of lives. 


'Spark of Love' aids recovery

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Crescent City Volunteer Fire Department paramedic Liz Ponder, left, pauses after unloading toys in Weed with firefighters there. Ponder organized the Spark of Love Toy Drive to provide Christmas gifts to kids in wildfire-devastated Weed. Submitted
Del Norters collect donated Christmas gifts for kids in wildfire-devastated town 

Liz Ponder had seen the devastation wrought by the Boles Fire that swept through Weed at the end of summer, so when she and two other volunteers came with a truckload of toys on Christmas Eve, she was amazed by what she saw.

“Everything has been cleared out,” she said. “They’re starting to rebuild. It shows that in a smaller community everybody really pulls together to make things happen.”


Community servant Phillips honored

During the spring, summer and fall, Ron Phillips can be seen sporting denim overalls and a straw hat while he wanders the booths at the Crescent City Farmers Market.

At Christmas time, he dons a Santa’s hat and spearheads the annual toy drive. When he’s not doing either of those things, he is overseeing the Rural Human Services food bank and is a commissioner for the Crescent City Harbor District.


Exciting plans for sustainability in DN

Transition Del Norte organizer Dan Schultz is welcoming constructive ideas to make our community more sustainable. At the organization’s Jan. 7 meeting, Schultz announced that he wants to plant 1,000 fruit trees in Del Norte County, and he passed around a book of all the species that do well on the coast. 

Schultz has talked to Home Depot and Walmart to see how many trees he could get donated or at cost. He believes big corporations like to contribute to this type of thing. “It’s a feather in their cap.” He also spoke to Joe Gillespie, who said he can get a bunch of kids to plant and/or transplant the trees. Schultz wants to broker a deal with some big company that has access to trees and find some species that work here.


Wedding: Seward, Wier

Diane Seward and Robert Wier
Diane Seward and the Honorable Robert Wier (retired) were married on Dec. 13, 2014, at their home in Crescent City. The couple exchanged vows surrounded by family and close friends. The reception immediately followed at their home. Following the wedding, they left on a honeymoon cruise to South America that rounded Cape Horn.


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