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Kayak Fishing on the North Coast

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Jim Hooper checks his crab pots Friday afternoon near Whalerís Island, which he says is the easiest place to launch from. Del Norte Triplicate / Bryant Anderson
 Fish on the line? The only thing a kayaker needs to do is hang on and enjoy the ride 

Just beyond the cast of shore-bound fishermen and just inside the area where motorized boats ply their efforts is an area of practically untouched prime fishing. Along our rocky Crescent City coastline we are privileged to be able to access productive fishing areas very easily from a kayak. Every year I see more and more people enter the fishery.


Church Notebook: Itís been quite a trip, soon to end

What a trip this has been! As you read this today I am on my way home. And while I did not get to see everyone I wanted to, I did see all my kids and most of my siblings. (And all their dogs — cute little things — but I think I’ll stick to my cats; after all, Jake does seem to think he is a dog!)


Garage Sale Review: Pricing anxiety and Eastern wisdom

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Mary, armed with decades of Eastern yard sale wisdom, traveled from the Redding area to visit her family and check out the local garage sale scene.
How do you do, you knickknack navigators? After a two-week break, the Garage Sale Review is back in action, ready to chronicle the fascinating tale of strangers selling crap in their yards, as well as document all the yard sale wisdom that these junk fiends tend to discard like unwanted pennies, or, as I’ve seen available at several sales before, like secondhand underwear.

Mountain Men: Visit from the past

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Blackpowder shooting. Del Norte Triplicate / Bryant Anderson
 Fur-trade era rendezvous next week on Rowdy Cr. 

Del Norte County visitors and residents will get a taste of early American life as our nation gears up to celebrate its birthday.


Nature program on climate change

Tolowa Dunes Stewards’ latest nature program Sunday will focus on climate change and its impact on coastal habitats.

Bigfoot hunt

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Park ranger Michael Glore shows kids in Ruth Rhodes' Camp Bigfoot a Yurok canoe made of redwood Thursday at the Hiouchi Visitor Center at Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park. Del Norte Triplicate / Jessica Cejnar
 Wondering how to keep her children occupied during the summer, Ruth Rhodes drew on a local legend to provide a week’s worth of fun and exploration not only for her two kids, but for her friends’ youngsters.

'We are just like everyone else'

Client College, created over a year ago, will be celebrating its anniversary this week at Rural Human Services Inc. The college was created by adults with intellectual disabilities and meets weekends for activities, lectures and excursions.

Birth: Tynan Carter Norton

Tynan Carter Norton
Tynan Carter Norton was born May 24, 2015, at Fairview Hospital in Cleveland, Ohio. He weighed 8 pounds 13 ounces and measured 20.5 inches. Tynan’s parents are Taylor and Jessica Norton, of Ohio. He joins sister Giana Lynn Norton. Tynan’s grandparents are Jack and Suanne Moodie, of Crescent City, and Douglas and Mechelle Norton, of Scottsdale, Arizona. His greatgrandparents are Vivian Malloy and the late Robert Moodie, of Crescent City, Bev Norton and the late Norman Norton, of Sun City Arizona, Carl Poteet and the late Beanie Poteet, of Sun City, Arizona, and the late Freelan and Connie Oscar, of Crescent City.

Birth: Melody Anne Campbell

Melody Anne Campbell
 Melody Anne Campbell was born April 18, 2015, at Sutter Coast Hospital. She weighed 5 pounds 4 ounces and measured
18¾ inches. Melody’s parents are Sarah McMahon and Garrett Campbell, of Crescent City. Her grandparents are Thomas McMahon and Kathleen Christie, Larry Bardwell and Denna Campbell, all of Crescent City.

Senior Sleuth: Interfaith group partnesrs with HHS

Barbara Pierson, the new director of Del Norte County Health and Human Services, has started working with a newly organized interfaith group of four local ministers. She explains, “When I met Pastor Steve Perez at a Board of Supervisors meeting, I told him that in the rural communities where I've worked, it was very important to have a strong interfaith committee involved in the activities of Health and Human Services. I find that religion is very important to the clients here as well, many of whom are in recovery. When things don't go well, we typically turn to God for help. We're starting to talk about how we can partner with churches. What resources do we have?  What resources do they have?  How can we coordinate?

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