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Birth: Lillian Michelle Pierce

Lillian Michelle Pierce
 Lillian Michelle Pierce was born Jan. 17, 2015, in Panama City, Fla. She weighed 7 pounds, 8 ounces and measured 20ó inches. Lillian’s parents are Dylan and Janet Pierce. Her grandparents are Tim and Connie Pierce, of Crescent City, Mary Horn, of Crescent City, and George and Toni Horn, of Grants Pass. Lillian’s great-grandparents are MaryAnn Horn, of Crescent City; Donna and Jack Bruns, of Garden City, Kansas; the late Homer and Norma Pierce; the late Marji Fredrickson and the late Ed Cramer.

Birth: Bailey Kae Pierce

Bailey Kae Pierce
 Bailey Kae Pierce was born April 1, 2015, in Winnipeg, Canada. Bailey weighed 9 pounds 7 ounces and measured 21. inches. Her parents are Buck and Lori Pierce. Bailey’s grandparents are Tim and Connie Pierce, of Crescent City, and Richard and Jean Guarino, of Winnipeg, Canada. Her greatgrandparents are the late Homer and Norma Pierce; Donna and Jack Bruns, of Garden City, Kansas; and the late Ed Cramer and Kae Lawrie.

Birth: Jaxton Curtis Clewell

Jaxton Curtis Clewell
 Jaxton Curtis Clewell was born March 5, 2015, in Crescent City. He weighed 7 pounds 10 ounces and measured 21ó inches. Jaxton’s parents are Curtis and Lisa Clewell, of Smith River. His grandparents are Gary and Brenda Heriford and Joseph and Avis Clewell, all of Smith River. Jaxton’s great-grandfather is John Curtis Reynolds, of Smith River.

Waxing historic

Helena Long dresses up as Abraham Lincoln during a traveling wax museum presentation at Gasquet Mountain School. Submitted photo
 Students’ traveling wax museum to bring famous figures to Senior Ctr. 

Del Norters will be able to meet King Tut, Walt Disney, Abraham Lincoln, Princess Diana and other historical figures at the Del Norte Senior Center today.

Scholastic: Martin Anderson

Martin Anderson has been designated a Presidential Scholar at Humboldt State University in recognition of his 3.85 grade-point average during the 2015 spring semester. Anderson is a fisheries biology major and will be entering his fourth and final year at Humboldt State. He plans on graduating in the spring 2016 semester. Upon graduation, Anderson will work for the California Department of Fish and Wildlife’s Heritage and Wild Trout program as a scientific aide. He also plans to pursue a fisheries biology position for a government or private organization. Anderson graduated from Del Norte High School in 2012.

Spencer Adventures: Siskiyou mountain vistas

Scenes from the hike include: a sign marking the High Dome Lookout site, bear grass, views of the High Siskiyous, and a shotgun-blasted sign marking the trailhead. Del Norte Triplicate / Adam Spencer
 Welcome to Spencer Adventures, a column sharing the wondrous things to do and see outdoors on the Wild Rivers Coast, Klamath Mountains and beyond. 

Sometimes I get an overwhelming urge to get high up in the mountains, put some serious elevation under my feet to remind myself of the rugged grandeur that surrounds us in the Siskiyou Mountains.

Church Notebook: First dispatch from cross-country trip

Ladies Christian Fellowship speaker lineup for June announced 

Greetings from Abilene, Kansas.

“The best laid plans …” 

Unfathomable mystery

Read more... Guided kayak adventure on Dead Lake offered by Tolowa Dunes Stewards on June 14 

Small but sizeable Dead Lake, nestled in the southern end of Tolowa Dunes State Park, runs deep with Tolowa legends and provides a great place to experience the teeming wildlife and natural dune setting of the park.

Newton B. Drury Parkway: Hikers, bikers & dogs welcome

Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park’s scenic route, Newton B. Drury Parkway, will be closed to automobiles on Saturday.
 Folks are invited to bring their two-wheelers, kids and four-legged friends to Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park on Saturday.

Block party for young adults Sat.

Coastal Connections will welcome the warm weather of summer with its annual block party for young adults on Saturday at Beachfront Park.

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