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It’s true! Grocery Outlet moving Linda Pinkham Staff Writer


he rumors swirling around social media and on the streets are now confirmed. Grocery Outlet, currently located in Harbor, will be taking over half of the old Ray’s Food Place location at 906 Chetco Avenue in Brookings. “Yes, we are moving,” Grocery Outlet coowner Lori Panter said. “We are projected to open in early 2020.” She cautioned that construction delays are not un-

common in our area, but the plan is to open at the new location in January 2020. Grocery Outlet is currently located in a Harbor shopping center located at 16261 Highway 101 South. The Ray’s building, which was the location of the original store in that grocery chain, has been vacant since November 2016. More information will follow when the corporate office issues an official press release Harbor residents may find themselves without a grocery store when Grocery Outmaking the announcelet moves from its current location there to the former Ray’s Food Place building in ment, Panter said. Brookings. Photo by Linda Pinkham.

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he Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) is monitoring new landslide activity along U.S. Highway 101 at Hooskanaden Creek between Brookings and Gold Beach ODOT public information officer Dan Latham confirmed reports that the Hooskanaden slide has moved about an inch in the last month, although he added that’s fairly typical for this and similar coastal areas. “The only thing that’s different this year is, we’re getting rain a little earlier in the season,” said Latham. “We usually don’t see this amount of rain or ground movement until later in the fall.” He said several locations along the southern Oregon coast typically see ground movement during the fall and winter. “When cracks occur in the road (as a result), we try to patch them as quickly as possible.” The Hookanaden area of U.S. 101 began sliding the week of Feb. 25, closing both lanes of the highway and diverting traffic to Carpenterville Road - the only alternative for motorists. A single lane was built by Tidewater Construction in The Hooskanaden Creek slide along U.S. Highway 101 between Brookings and Gold Beach took March and two lanes were opened place in February 2018. Since then, a temporary route allowing motorists to navigate the highway in May, which sit atop a temporary has been established. Photo courtesy Tidewater Contractors. roadway. ODOT spent about $1 million for likely.” to measure the movement.” early November to guide motorists the temporary repair, which closely Latham said ODOT is continuing  Latham said ODOT hasn’t done in navigating the curve at the south bypasses the original slide area. to monitor the ground movement. anything new to stabilize the hillend of the slide area. “It’s important to keep in mind “We have staff working on the side during the last month, but the A plan to restore the highway to that these large slides usually occur south coast who drive through this agency did drive long steel dowels three lanes, plus shoulders - as it every 15 to 20 years,” Latham said. area daily and they’re keeping an into the ground over the summer to was before the slide - is under way, “We haven’t seen major slides in eye on the movement. We also send stabilize the road. but likely won’t occur until next back-to-back years. That’s not to our geologists to these areas at least In addition, ODOT is planning to year. say it can’t happen, but it’s unmonthly through the fall and winter install reflective chevron signs by

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An 18-foot boat carrying a tractor and three passengers was adrift Sept. 29 and out of control on the Rogue River near Agness. The Gold Beach Fire Department responded.


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report of a runaway boat, heading into the rapids near Illahe Riffle near Agness at about 11:20 a.m. Sept. 29, brought a call to local emergency responders. The 18-foot yellow boat was reported to have a woman and dog onboard - “out of control, hitting rocks - while drifting down the river. The Curry County Sheriff’s Office had no one available for a water rescue, so the Gold Beach Fire Department responded. One of its volunteers, also a member of the Search and Rescue team, launched his boat at Quosatana Campground and the rescuers

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headed upriver. It later was learned the boat was carrying a tractor upriver when the boat’s motor died and could not be restarted. A passenger jumped overboard with the bow rope, hoping to tow the craft to shore. The rope turned out to be too short. Meantime, a woman and dog aboard the boat drifted downriver for some distance, said Gold Beach Fire Chief Tyson Krieger. She jumped from the boat before it became hung up at “Old Diggins,” atop Wildcat Rapids, he said. The Gold Beach Fire Department crew reached the loose boat, tied it to shore, retrieved the man, woman and dog, and gave them a ride upriver to their cabin.

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rivers along the Oregon and California coasts are finding gasoline prices on the rise. Which is unusual for the fall and winter seasons, when gas prices usually drop a bit from summertime. But according to the Oregon/ Idaho American Automobile Association, the West Coast continues to have the highest pump prices in the nation. Gasoline prices in the state of California have leaped in the past few days, reaching an average of $4.05 per gallon - only 7 cents below the highest price paid in five years. That’s according to Gas Buddy, which tracks such things. And it’s even worse in Crescent City, where prices recently have been ranging from $4.09 to $4.35. That’s among the highest prices, on average, in the country. The national average is $2.65 per gallon ... a whopping $1.70 or so difference. Why? For one thing, Californians pay a higherthan-usual sales tax, which recently increased to 47.3 cents per gallon. Lucky for Crescent City residents, they can make the drive to the Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation’s Lucky 7 Casino in Smith River, where gasoline ranges from $3.17 to $3.29 per gallon. “It’s likely because the (Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation) is not subject to the same federal and state taxes that California residents pay,” said AAA spokesman Devin Gladden. “While drivers in other states are getting some relief at the pumps, West Coast drivers are paying more,” said Oregon/Idaho AAA public affairs director Marie Dodds. “Disruptions at about five refineries in California are causing pump prices to spike - and it’s not clear when operations will return to normal.” The AAA’s latest pump price report finds California the hardest-hit state, with a week-over-week jump of 32 cents, and an average of $4.07 a gallon. This is the first week that California has climbed above the $4-agallon mark since July 27, 2014. And Oregon is one of only seven states in the naMore Pump on Page A2

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Artist Zach Johnsen of Portland began painting an outside wall at Interior Coverups in Gold Beach last week, and now it’s a bright, new Oregon Is Magic mural, completed Sept. 29. The artwork is right on the city’s main street at 29325 Ellensburg Ave. (U.S. Highway 101). Johnsen originally is from New Hampshire, but he’s been in Oregon for the past 10 years. “Gold Beach reminds me of my hometown, with all the trucks going by and people honking and cheering me on,” he said. Johnsen recently completed another mural project, in New Hampshire. The paints used in the mural are high-quality exterior house paints and spray paints. “This mural project is a collaboration between Oregon Coast Visitors Association, Travel Oregon and Gold Beach Mainstreet, and is part of the overall ‘Art Flurry in Curry’ project,” said Dave Lacey of the Oregon Coast Visitors Association. Lacey is the visitor association’s south coast destination coordinator.

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Travel Oregon, in partnership with the Oregon Cultural Trust, is bringing murals to each of Oregon’s regions with Forest for the Trees, a nonprofit organization dedicated to creation of contemporary public art and bringing artists together in collaborative settings. Gold Beach is only the eighth city in Oregon to have one of the whimsical murals that are part of the “Slightly Exaggerated, Oregon Is Magic” marketing campaign through Travel Oregon. Other murals are located in Yachats, Forest Grove, Roseburg, Ontario, Prineville, Oakridge and The Dalles. Getting on the Oregon Mural Trail is just one aspect of Gold Beach Main Street’s grassroots economic development and revitalization plan. The goal of the mural trail is to encourage visitors to visit the landmarks and businesses that make small towns magical, according to The Pilot caught up with

n Pump Continued from Page A1 tion where prices are higher now than a week ago, said Dodds. Nevada’s prices are up by 15 cents a gallon, the second-largest jump in the country, and third is Oregon, with an increase of 5 cents per gallon.

Day Saints brought about 300 volunteers to help clean and beautify the town. That effort brought together a hometown commitment to preparing sites for the volunteers’ work and to help finish the projects.The tightknit group remains excited about the impetus for their project, finishing each other’s thoughts and sentences as they describe the event … Van Zante: “We just all got so ecstatic.” Treinen: “Oh, yeah, we were motivated.” McNair: “How can we could design and plant and use their services to make a difference?” Treinen: “We only had three to four weeks to come up with a plan, go buy all the plants, get ready for all these 300 people coming.” McNair: “And have all the spots ready for them just to plant.” Scott Knox, a Gold Beach farmer, brought 14 dump truck loads of soil to the tri-

Catherine Reheis-Boyd, president of Western States Petroleum, told The Pilot there are a variety of factors influencing movement in the price of gasoline and diesel. “The primary driver is the dynamics of supply and demand of crude oil,” she said. “Moreover, unforeseen events – such as storms, outages, etc. – can have significant impacts.”

angle of land in Wedderburn to create some elevation. The triangle is at the north end of the Patterson Bridge, over the Rogue River as it heads into Gold Beach. Freeman Rock donated the river-run rock and the boulders. McNair: “It’s hard to name just one person, because so many people came in.” Treinen: “It was amazing.” Van Zante: “Everyone pitched in.” The group organized as a 501(c) 3 nonprofit in 2016, modeled after the national Main Street, and is part of the Oregon Main Street movement. A series of community meetings and surveys determined that the next beautification and improvement project would be a series of benches throughout town, which would invite people to linger and enjoy the community’s ambience. Their first 13 benches came through an urbanrenewal grant provided by the City of Gold Beach. The benches have been a major labor of love, involving numerous community volunteers doing everything from removing asphalt, to pouring cement pads on which the benches were placed, to landscaping the sites with trees and shrubs. “The bench projects are actually mini-parks spread throughout the town,” said Van Zante. The sturdy castiron benches have a wave pattern theme incorporated into the design. The group had just finished a conference call with the Oregon Community Foundation about their grant application to put in six more benches. They will find out if they have been given the money sometime in November. VanZante: “The bench project is sort of a metaphor for community spirit, for momentum, for community buy-in, for hope of restoring our town.” McNair: “I think that was the biggest success, moving the spirit, lifting the spirit of the town up.” Treinan: “Everyone gets energized when they see something new and fabulous come to main street, which creates even more energy.” That energy will be moving forward further now that

the first phase of a three-part grant, dubbed “Art Flurry in Curry,” has been completed. The mural was funded by the Oregon Coast Visitors Association and Travel Oregon. The second part of the project will be creating signs and banners for businesses along main street that coordinate with the wave theme of the benches. The signs will be funded by the Wild Rivers Coast Alliance, the City of Gold Beach and Travel Oregon. The group envisions signs bearing the coastal themes of windsurfers, kite boarders, surfers, hikers, fishing — all activities that are available in Gold Beach. The third phase of the project will be a public-art sculptural installation created from sea debris. The plan is to place it at the Visitor Center. Wild Rivers is paying for the art; the City of Gold Beach will provide land and labor for the installation. And that’s not all the group has been working on. Members applied and received from Oregon Main Street a Main Street Revitalization Grant of $166,695. That’s for fixing two historic buildings with new stucco and roofing. The Ace Hardware building in the heart of the downtown district received a new roof and facia boards. It had been the first hospital in Gold Beach. The other grant recipient, at the north end of the town’s main thoroughfare, used to be the Sunset (gas) Station and is owned by Sue Golay. The Golay building has been remodeled to provide live/work space, with living quarters added above the shop space below. Providing flexible housing options, funding business finance options, and fostering a bright and vibrant culture are several of the ways the group hopes to bring new residents and new businesses to town. “I really think what we do for main street is not just for the tourists, it’s also for all of us who live here and our kids, and family and friends. We want to be proud of where we live,” said McNair. Added Van Zante, “We will continue to work on ways to attract new residents and new industry.”

Sue Golay stands in front of her building, which is the beneficiary of a Main Street Revitalization Grant. Photo courtesy Gold Beach Mains Street.

Officials issue trail safety alerts Jeremy C. Ruark Pilot Editor State and local officials are issuing safety alerts about the dangers of venturing off marked trails and waysides along U.S. Highway 101. Those alerts follow two separate cliff rescues northwest of Brookings in the past two weeks. Both involved hikers who ventured onto steep coastal trials from waysides along the highway. (Read those stories online at Officials said they have seen an increase, over the past few years, of people slipping or falling off the trails. Oregon State Parks Department spokesman Chris Havel said there two reasons people are getting into trouble as they venture from the highway waysides, into the forest and along the often-steep trails. “Visits are up and that alone means there will be more incidents,” he said. As the visitor numbers rise, Havel said, people tend to seek new areas. If they’re unfamiliar with a location, they might be less aware of the hazards. “Some people fall under the spell of all this beauty by photos and videos they see online, and they plunge into

an experience without being as careful as they normally would be,” he said. “That’s where accidents can happen.” Havel said that over the past three years, the parks department has recorded at least nine instances involving people injured off-trail or while climbing cliffs along the coast. He said the dangers from going off-trail involve stepping on unstable soil that could give way, falling down steep ravines or off of cliff edges, or becoming lost within the wooded area. “This area is prone to landslides and erosion, which is why it is very important that visitors stay on trails,” he said. “The vast majority of the trail accidents are preventable.” Curry County Sheriff John Ward said his search and rescue team has responded to as many as a dozen calls for trail or cliff rescues in the past three years. Ward said those calls stem from the increase in nature-seeking enthusiasts. “People who are traveling through want to go for a quick walk on ocean trails,” said Ward. “(But often, these) people are not prepared for the conditions, trails not being well maintained or with proper signage, and people are taking chances going offtrail to get better looks.”

Havel said the state park’s trails are marked and have directional arrows, and there are several courtesy signs within the Samuel H. Boardman corridor specifically stating, “For your safety and to protect vegetation, stay on designed trails.” Within the Boardman corridor, the signs are posted at Lone Ranch, Cape Ferrelo, House Rock, Whaleshead Viewpoint and Beach, Indian Sands and Arch Rock. The beach access signs contain a group of universal symbols and messages customized to that specific access point. “They don’t detail every hazard,” Havel said. “They highlight a few of the most-common-encountered ones.” The Oregon State Parks Department has an active project to update coastal trail signs so they are clearer and more visible, said Havel. The department also is redoing the Samuel H. Boardman brochure to alert hikers about steep terrain, trail closures and sections where hikers will need to walk on the highway. “When we have guided interpretive hikes, we provide a safety message at the beginning and explain the reasons why we ask our visitors to stay on-trail,” he said.

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Letters & Columns

Guest Opinion Special-district libraries benefit our communities By Julie Retherford When you, the voters, rallied to create a special taxing district for your library, you permanently set us up to operate independently, free from oversight of other government agencies. This is a gift the Chetco Community Public Library board and staff are thankful for, and an arrangement which greatly benefits our community. While most people are very familiar with public libraries, I think we sometimes forget the immense value they bring to their communities. Not only do we espouse and encourage the ideals of equality, free access to ideas, and privacy, we also play a direct role in enriching the lives of our community members. We are partners in educating our youth, we provide lifelong learning and entertainment for free, we provide a warm (or cool) and comfortable place for people of all backgrounds and ages, we provide community gathering spaces, and more. Neither should we forget that public libraries are the great equalizers of our society. As colleges raise tuition, as schools have their funding cut, as internet access and technology become more essential to life … the public library provides. We step in where there are gaps, and we are always toiling in the background to keep our communities strong and vibrant. Some libraries in Oregon operate under county or city management, and those libraries envy the flexibility that special-district libraries have. Our library’s independence as a special district allows us to respond quickly to community needs without having to navigate bureaucracy or seek permission from those who may have different priorities. We don’t have to fight for funding for new projects or services, because our community has already decided that libraries are a valuable and worthy investment, and that we work best when we can focus our full energy on the library users in our community. Creating a countywide library district would most certainly limit that ability. The Chetco district is different from the Gold Beach, Langlois, Agness and Port Orford districts. What is good for Agness or Gold Beach may not be good for Chetco, and vice versa … and if we were forced to operate under one district, our services would become more homogenized and less specialized.

In fact, your Curry County libraries already choose to work together in the areas that benefit you most. We banded together to create the Curry Library Foundation, which allows us to financially work together for specific projects. Just last month, we purchased access to the Chilton Auto Repair and Mango Languages databases for all library users in Curry County. By combining our purchasing power, we were able to save money that can now be used for other services. Additionally, since 2017 the Curry County library districts have all been a part of the Coastline Libraries Network. This consortium consists of all libraries in Curry and Coos counties, and allows us to share materials and administrative costs. Your library is organized, fiscally responsible and always looking for the most effective way to spend your tax dollars. Let’s look at how far your tax dollars go. In 1992, our district population was 12,072, and we received $318,116 in total revenue. With inflation, that equals about $581,000 in today’s money. In 2018, the district population had risen to 14,074, and we received $709,898. That seems like a big increase. But if we break that down to the amount we receive a year per capita, in 1992 it was $48 per person, and in 2018 it was $52 per person. So, in 27 years our tax income has only increased by the equivalent of $4 per person. With that extra $4, your library has done incredible things. In 1992, Chetco Library patrons had access to 28,000 books. Now, Chetco Library patrons have access to 1.1 million books, DVDs, audiobooks and e-books. In 1992, we had 4.3 FTE employees. Now we have over 9, and each has a specific role in serving the entire district. We have added computers and free internet, meeting room spaces, online resources, a bookstore and so much more. Let me be clear: the library is not holding your tax dollars back to create a large reserve. We spend your tax dollars on you. After the Chetco Library was built, we were able to pay off our 15-year debt in 12 years. So, the board wisely decided to take the money allocated in our budget for debt repayment and set it aside for repairs, expansion and upkeep. That money went into a fund separate from our general operating expenses, called our Library Improvement Fund. But the amount in that fund is not all tax

dollars. Rather, over the years various generous donations and bequeaths have been added to it. This fund has been invested for the 15 years the account has existed, and it has been growing steadily over that time. Because of the generous donations and our library board’s prudent planning and responsible investments, we now have a Library Improvement Fund of $2,047,000 (not $2.7 million as has previously been reported). With this fund, we have the financial means necessary to ensure well-maintained and functional facilities that can adapt to evolving community needs. Our building is now 26 years old and our community is growing. In the coming years, we have major projects that must be done, such as replacing the carpet and the roof, repairing the parking lot, and maintaining or completely replacing a 26-year-old HVAC system that is limping along. Additionally, our meeting room and event spaces are not sufficient to meet community demand. Our library’s large meeting room has a capacity of 81 people, but we frequently have events that require space for many more. Our small conference room is always booked, so we are frequently unable to grant community requests for meeting room space. If we had a venue that could hold more people, we would be able to offer more programs and more spaces for our community to use. Subsequently, I am exploring expansion options for the board’s consideration. Simply put, it is unreasonable to conclude that because a special district is financially secure, their savings must mean they don’t need the money they receive. A well-funded library and a fiscally responsible board of directors is something this community can be proud of, and something it should fight to keep. I thank you all for your ongoing enthusiastic support. I know the directors of the other Curry County library districts thank you as well. We are grateful because our voters saw how much libraries contribute to the health and vitality of any community, and they used their votes to ensure that we would always be here. A thriving library reflects a thriving community, and a struggling library reflects a struggling community. Let’s continue to let our libraries thrive.

They’re pirates, not county commissioners Dear Editor: First, the county commissioners have been looting money from the county’s Road Fund for use on non-road purposes, with no plan to ever repay it. Now, they’re attempting to raid the other Curry County taxing districts.  Are they commissioners, or pirates?  Have they checked the balance sheets for Brookings, Gold Beach and Port Orford? Perhaps they could hit up Bend or Washington County? I hear they’re doing pretty well.  Or are they dying to get their hands on the cemetery districts’ funds?  Seriously, it appears that at least Commissioner Paasch and Director Smeltzer, first, don’t understand the concept of fiduciary responsibility and how taxing districts work. And, second, they believe they can better manage other taxing districts than the taxpayers and elected officials of those districts. The county commissioners’ time and efforts would be better spent on directing the plans and policies of the county, rather than trying to manage other independent entities. Stick to your knitting!   Dianne Daniels Gold Beach

A little more info on taxes would help Dear Editor: I was impressed with Christopher Paasch’s guest column in the Sept. 25 edition of The Pilot. The idea of redistributing special-district funds makes a lot of sense. Perhaps if people were better informed about the use of their property taxes, they would be willing to vote for some alterations without the need for tax increases. At the least, any future increases would come only after we knew the current taxes were being distributed efficiently. I would love to see more information made available to the public and something on the ballot in the next election. Don Griffith Brookings

First-ever walk in Brookings to combat slavery Dear Editor:

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A21 (Abolish Slavery in the 21st Century) is a nonprofit organization fueled by the heartfelt hope that human beings everywhere will be rescued from bondage and completely restored. If you join us for the A21 Brookings Walk for Freedom on Oct. 19, you are joining us as the new abolitionists for the 21st Century. Slavery is often talked about in numbers: millions of slaves, a $150-billion industry, only 1% of victims are ever rescued. But although those numbers are daunting, they lose the human element. The heart of A21 is for the ONE: the one woman, the one man, the one child trapped and exploited, unable to see a different end to their story. A21 works hard so that survivors can be given freedom, independence and the chance of a better story, and to prevent any more of this kind of evil to continue. It opens restoration centers for victims, establishes hotlines, educates, and works with law enforcement to fight this crime. And every year, A21 walks to raise funds for these projects. Soroptimist International members of Gold Beach, Brookings and Crescent City are hosting the first-ever A21 Brookings Walk for Freedom. On Oct. 19 from 10 a.m.-noon, people are coming together to help end human trafficking.  The walks will happen all over the world on the same day. Go to vimeo. com/296683078 to see a one-minute review of 2018’s A21 Walk for Freedom. Read more about the redemptive and preventative work of A21 on the website  One of our Brookings members, Genevieve Wilson, was a strong advocate of freedom and always wanted the Soroptimist women to raise funds with a walk or a run. This year, we will do so in her honor. It is free to register, but please do so before the day of the walk. All are encouraged to set a goal to raise at least $100. Please go to A21. org/walk to register. Click JOIN or REGISTER and type in BROOKINGS, OR, then follow the prompts.  We will walk single-file, without talking, and wear black. The shirts are not required, but available for $15 if purchased early in the registration process. Children are welcome and do not have to register if accompanied by an adult. No pets, please. We will meet at 10 a.m. in the parking lot of the former Ray’s Market at 906 Chetco Ave. and walk to the Botanical Gardens and back again.

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Wait just a minute on funding for new emergency center Dear Editor: A “short-term $1.2-million line of credit,” according to a story in The Pilot’s Oct. 2 issue, is another creative attempt to open the long-awaited South County Emergency Center, with its reported “projected annual operating cost of $4,929,000.” The sole taxpayers/backers of the Curry Health Network live in the more-sparsely populated areas of the north and central county, and yet are constantly being expected to assume all of the risk associated with the proposed South County Emergency Center. Brookings-Harbor 97415 will, of course, benefit greatly from this much-needed facility, and yet all of the burden and risks continually fall elsewhere. South county has historically rejected every proposal that would promote the notion of one strong and unified health network, one that would benefit everyone in this small county, which is their prerogative to do so. It’s should also be the prerogative of the backers, the taxpayers on the hook for this endeavor, to say, “Wait a minute.” Until south county is willing to put some “skin in the game,” to assume some of the risks that accompany all the benefits to be gained, we should rethink this proposal. Fair play and common sense have definitely not been applied here. It’s time to step back, rethink the entire process, and handle this funding in a much better way than we’ve seen so far. Clayton Johnson Gold Beach

More buy-in on housing declaration Dear Editor: At last week’s regularly scheduled City Council meeting, Port Orford voted to approve Resolution 2020-05 supporting Curry County’s declaration of a countywide housing emergency. It is expected that the City of Gold Beach will follow suit in support of Curry County’s housing emergency declaration. More Letters on Page A5

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Thursday, Sept. 26 At 9:01 a.m. Dispute/fight reported at restaurant on Chetco Avenue. At 11:20 a.m. Theft reported at motel on Chetco Avenue; guest stole most loose items from room valued at about $400. At 11:34 a.m. Disorderly conduct reported on 5th Street. At 12:05 p.m. Disorderly conduct reported on Shopping Center Drive. At 12:28 p.m. Criminal trespass reported on Chetco Avenue. At 12:35 p.m. Trailer full of wood came unhooked from a vehicle on Chetco Avenue. At 3:54 p.m. Forgery/fraud/bad check reported on Coverdell Road. At 5:18 p.m. Officer investigating possible theft from residence on Midland Way. At 6:26 p.m. Vehicle crashed into a light pole at Chase Bank; vehicle had to be towed from location. At 6:59 p.m. Multiple 911 reports of vehicle crash about 6 miles up North Bank Chetco. Parties involved

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Saturday, Sept. 28 At 1:06 a.m. Deceased subject reported on Lucas Lane. At 8:32 a.m. Theft reported on Fir Street. At 8:49 a.m. Illegal camping reported on Old County Road. At 11:55 a.m. Deceased subject reported on Piling Hole Road. At 5:39 p.m. Dispute/fight reported on Chetco Avenue. At 9:34 p.m. Theft reported on Lucky Lane. Sunday, Sept. 29 At 5:19 p.m. Threats reported on Chetco Avenue. Excerpts from the call logs of the Curry County Sheriff’s Office: Monday, Sept. 23 At 1:56 a.m. Warrant service on

first townhall, held in Port Orford, Mr. Boice recognized the journey ahead - making a commitment to develop affordable housing for Curry County - and ran for commissioner to get the job done. He began working with other leaders, such as Brookings City Councilor Ron Hedenskog, a longtime supporter of affordable housing for veterans. The county’s leadership came from Commissioners Boice and Chris Paasch, providing their leadership in passing the county’s housing emergency declaration. Solidarity between the silos and the county provides the best possible positioning for grant-worthiness, stimulation of developers’ interest, and addressing barriers to providing housing for our most in need, alongside our workforce. Connie Hunter Brookings


Wednesday, Sept. 25 At 11:41 a.m. Fraud reported on A Street in Gold Beach. At 12:43 p.m. Unlawful possession of methamphetamine on Oceanview Drive in Brookings that resulted in two arrests. At 1:04 p.m. Illegal dumping reported one-half mile up South Bank Chetco River Road in Brookings. At 4:08 p.m. Criminal trespass reported on Boat Basin Road in Brookings. At 4:11 p.m. Criminal mischief reported on Loan Ranch Road in Brookings. At 7:19 p.m. Criminal trespass reported on Lovell Lane in Brookings. At 7:46 p.m. Animal abuse/neglect reported on West Hoffeldt Lane in Brookings. Thursday, Sept. 26 At 10:09 a.m. Stalking complaint at U.S. Highway 101 South in Harbor. At 12:06 p.m. Disorderly conduct

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Friday, Sept. 27 At 7:26 a.m. Threats reported on Quail Mountain Road in Gold Beach. At 8:36 a.m. Criminal trespass reported on Ocean View Drive in Brookings. At 11:10 a.m. Injury accident reported on Jerrys Flat Road in Gold Beach. At 12:15 p.m. Criminal trespass reported on Ocean View Drive in Brookings. At 4:40 p.m. Theft reported on U.S. Highway 101 in Brookings. At 5:30 p.m. Unauthorized use of a vehicle reported on Carson Lane in Brookings. At 6:59 p.m. Theft reported on Ellensburg Avenue in Gold Beach. At 9:30 p.m. Assault in progress reported on U.S. Highway 101 in Harbor. At 11:47 p.m. Disturbance reported at the Old Mill site on Jerrys Flat Road in Gold Beach.

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Tuesday, Sept. 24 At 1:10 a.m. Disturbance reported on Driftwood Lane in Brookings. At 3:28 p.m. Theft reported at campground on North Bank Chetco River Road. At 5:04 p.m. Theft reported on Cape Ferrelo Road in Brookings. At 7:35 p.m. Criminal mischief reported on Ophir Road in Gold Beach. At 9:09 p.m Threats reported on Hound Dog Road in Gold Beach. At 10:33 p.m. Protection order violation on Driftwood Lane that resulted in two arrests.


first such emergency resolution, in solidarity with Curry County’s declaration. Each housing emergency declaration adds credibility and demonstrates additional community buy-in to all “upstream government funders” and other major funders throughout Oregon. This began a number of years ago with League of Women Voters townhalls meant to provide perspective and initiate the narrative around developing homeless resources and affordable housing. As these townhalls’ moderator and one of the event planners who put together three panels - one for each city - it was notable that before he ran for Curry County commissioner, Court Boice attended all three townhalls. Speaking with him after the

Friday, September 27 At 6:29 a.m. Fire reported on Sporthaven Beach. At 8:00 a.m. Theft reported on Mill Beach Road. At 8:20 a.m. Criminal trespass reported on Old County Road. At 8:53 a.m. Theft reported at business on 5th Street. At 10:01 a.m. Criminal trespass reported on Mill Beach. At 11:48 a.m. Criminal trespass reported on Ocean View Drive. At 12:14 p.m. Illegal camping reported on Old County Road. At 5:55 p.m. Disorderly conduct reported on U.S. Highway 101 North. At 7:07 p.m. Disorderly conduct reported at U.S. Highway 101 Chetco River Bridge. At 7:09 p.m. Littering reported under bridge on Bridge Street. At 9:29 p.m. Dispute/fight reported on U.S. Highway 101 South.

reported on Shopping Center Avenue in Brookings. At 12:41 p.m. Criminal mischief reported on North Bank Chetco River Road. At 1:33 p.m. Disorderly conduct reported at corner of North Bank Rogue River Road and U.S. Highway 101 in Gold Beach. At 4:44 p.m. Theft reported on Jerrys Flat Road in Gold Beach. At 4:48 p.m. Burglary in progress reported on Pedrioli Lane in Brookings. At 5:50 p.m. Assault reported on U.S. Highway 101 in Harbor. At 6:03 p.m. Threats reported on Brown Deer Lane in Brookings. At 7:36 p.m. Threats reported on Ocean View Drive in Brookings.

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Wednesday, Sept. 25 At 8:29 a.m. A theft was reported at a business on 5th Street; juvenile theft suspects were sent back to school and parents were contacted. At 8:43 a.m. Disorderly conduct reported at West Benham Lane. At 9:11 a.m. Suspected DUII driver elected to walk home after being contacted by school resource officer and warned. At 9:47 a.m. Threats reported at Johns Place. At 3:13 p.m. On Old County Road, female transient who had locked herself in the bathroom at Azalea Park was screaming and yelling, warned for disorderly conduct and moved along. At 4:11 p.m. Criminal mischief reported at Harbor. At 7:18 p.m. Criminal trespass reported on Lovell Lane.

Bridge Street in Brookings resulted in arrest. At 3:39 a.m. Criminal mischief reported on U.S. Highway 101 South in Brookings. At 12:15 p.m. Disturbance reported behind Gold Rush Building in Gold Beach. At 1:58 p.m. Fraud reported at Nesika Beach. At 3:39 p.m. Theft reported at business on U.S. Highway 101 South in Harbor. At 3:39 p.m. Dispute reported on Harbor View Circle in Brookings. At 10:12 p.m. Disturbance reported on Dixie Street in Brookings.


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declined medical transport. At 7:33 p.m. Citizen reported fire on the beach below Wharf St. Responding fire personnel unable to locate flames anywhere on beach or hillside. At 7:35 p.m. Disorderly conduct reported on Oceanview Drive. At 11:55 p.m. Transient camping illegally on an Easy Street property was moved along at request of property owner.

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Brookings Harbor Friends of Music will present its first concert of the 2019-20 season this Sunday, a classical cabaret music featuring mezzo-soprano Hanna Penn and pianist David Saffert. Penn is a performer of opera, oratorio and recital literature. She has sung more than 20 operatic roles with Glimmerglass Opera, Florida Grand Opera, Portland Opera, Tacoma Opera and other companies. She has been featured with orchestras around the country, including several appearances with the Oregon Symphony, Portland Baroque Orchestra, at the Sunriver Music Festival, Florida Philharmonic and the Seattle Baroque. She has appeared once before in Brookings. Saffert is a classically trained pianist from Wisconsin with a passion for both music and entertainment. He has appeared on stage in sketch comedy, improv, solo piano concerts, and in his own music and comedy

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Jim F. Blunt, passed away on Sun. Sept. 22, 2019 in Portland, Oregon with his wife Donna and daughters Dezi and Sandra by his side. He died from complications following his second cancer surgery in June 2019. Jim was born on Sept. 5, 1944 in Susanville, California to Lois Boling Blunt and Fred Arthur Blunt who divorced when he was two. Jim spent his younger years in Chico, California with his mother and spent his summers in Brookings with his father and stepmother May Blunt. He moved to Brookings permanently when he was 14 and began learning the logging industry with his dad while attending high school. At 16 he began working on a purse seiner in Alaska during the summer, which was the beginning of many years on the ocean. He married Marvella Murphy of Brookings and during their five years together they had two daughters, Debbie and Dezi. After moving to Springfield he met and married Donna Prociw of Springfield. Six weeks after their marriage he was drafted by the US Army and served his country in Vietnam. Upon his return home he began a drywall business in Brookings and daughter Sandra joined the family. One of his greatest joys during this time was serving as a coach for Pop Warner Football. He eventually returned to commercial fishing and in 1980 he and Donna bought the 75’ F/V Ambition and in 1990 the 92’ F/V Euroclydon, fishing both vessels from California and Washington. At one time fishing took them to Washington for 13 years, where Jim became involved in the politics of the fishing industry, serving as President of the Washington Drag Fishermen’s Association. He also testified for the industry

before the House Committee and handled negotiations with Fishermen’s Marketing Association before returning to Brookings in 1995 when his father Fred died. Jim retired from fishing and took on the business of ranching which he enjoyed until his death. Jim still enjoyed taking his sport boat out with his friends to catch fresh fish or crab. He loved riding his horse on the ranch with his dogs and having friends come out to help feed cows or to help with round-ups. It wasn’t uncommon to see him driving around town with his two border collies in the back of his truck. He was a strong sports enthusiast loving football, baseball and basketball and any other sport if those three weren’t available. He was well loved in the recovery community and was always available to anyone who needed help. He had an innate wisdom that seemed to resonate with many people. Jim spent the last few years reading spiritual literature and opening his heart to a closer relationship with our Heavenly Father. He will be missed by many. Jim was preceded in death by his parents and brother, Jerry Hornbeck of Santa Rosa, California. He is survived by his wife Donna, passing only four days before their 50th Anniversary. Also surviving are his daughters, Debbie Powell (Mike) of Brookings, Oregon, Dezi Hunt (Charlie) of Springfield, Oregon and Sandra Robinson of Fargo, North Dakota, 8 grandchildren, 11 great-grandchildren, 2 nieces and numerous cousins. A memorial service will be held Sat., Oct. 12 at 11 am at the Church of the Nazarene in Brookings with a potluck following immediately afterward. Please feel free to bring a dish along with a memory to share.

about how communities can live with wildfire from 6:308 p.m. at the Chetco Community Library, 405 Alder St. in Brookings, and Oct. 10 at the Port Orford Public Library, 1421 Oregon St. Retired Forest Service employee Rich Fairbanks will be the presenter at both meetings. In the following conversation, Wild Rivers Coast Forest Collaborative member Teresa Bird, the associate conservation director for the Kalmiopsis Audubon Society, outlines why public awareness of wildfires is essential to our community. The Pilot: Why do this now and what is the importance of this event? Bird: The WRCFC has worked with the USFS on fire-related issues, including providing feedback on Chetco Bar salvage and the Shasta Agness Landscape Restoration Project, which includes increasing forest resiliency to wildfire through some thinning/oak savanna maintenance prescribed burning. We engage in public forest management issues. and one of our goals is to help communities understand and engage in these issues, as well. We did hold a firefocused workshop for Agness residents this summer to help the community learn about fuels management work in the area and the Shasta Agness project, but wanted to hold a more widely applicable fire presentation in easier-to-access locations for Curry County residents. Recent large wildfires in Oregon, and throughout the West, have made all of us more aware of the need to understand wildfire and start

preparing ahead of time. Rich (Fairbanks) also talks about research that fires may be getting worse, and that fire modeling predicts increased fire issues related to climate change.   The Pilot: What it is about wildfire behavior that our community needs to know?  Bird: Understanding wildfire behavior is essential to knowing how to prepare. This includes the difference between how fires act as ground fires, crown fires, prescribed fires, etc. There are ways to “design” communities to make them easier to protect. The presentations will include some of these designs that are more effective than others. We also have these recent fires to learn from, so now is the time to assess what happened - what worked and what didn’t - so we can be better prepared. On the larger forest scale, Rich will talk about strategic fuels treatments and how to make them most effective. Also, here on the coast we are vulnerable to wind-driven fires, which act differently from fuels treatments, and is an increased challenge we need to think about.  The Pilot: Late fall can still be a dangerous time for wildfires. What’s the advice about that danger?  Bird: We should still be mindful of fire risk. When we start to get fall rains, often people think less about fire safety. And this is a common time of year for burn piles to escape and get out of control. Even though More Wildfire on Page A7

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demolishing and disposing of the 10,613 square feet of concrete slab. Following the demolition, said Dehlinger, the Port Commission does have plans

for the site. “The board’s direction at this point will be (for) secured outdoor storage for boats and trailers. “Future plans for the site are still to be determined.”

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Ruby Roberts said she’s eternally grateful to an anonymous donor who helped pay for lifesaving care needed by her dog, Skeeter. Roberts was introduced to the dog on Oct. 22, 2015 at the Humane Society in Bookings. “When I met him, I didn’t think it would be a good match,” she said. “I didn’t think I would be comfortable carrying him. He was 8 years old and had no teeth.” But the Humane Society staff encouraged Roberts to take the small dog into a room and spend a few moments with him. “I still didn’t feel there was a match,” she said, so Roberts left the Humane Society to go shopping. But something drew her back later that day. Roberts and Skeeter have

been together since. About six months ago, Roberts noticed Skeeter had developed a golf-size growth under his left ear. “He was still happy, frisky, ate well and went to the bathroom well,” she said. Still, Roberts was concerned. So, she went to an animal clinic in Brookings for medical advice. In early September, she learned Skeeter had a tumor. Roberts, a retired barber living on a fixed income, said she couldn’t afford the $670 surgery to have the tumor removed. So she decided to seek public help. Roberts and Skeeter launched their effort on Sept. 23. “I went down to the entrance of Fred Meyer, where I’ve seen homeless people holding signs asking for help,” she said. Roberts found a spot on the sidewalk and, with water

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What has come to be called “the green building,” which has been sitting empty on Port of Brookings Harbor property for years, is set to be demolished. The 22,000-square-foot, two-story building on 2.5 acres at 16320 Lower Harbor Rd. was constructed in May 2003. “The original plan for the green building was for commercial retail on the bottom floor, and offices and a restaurant on the second floor,” said port manager Gary Dehlinger. But those commercial ventures never materialized. The building has been sitting idle for several years, now the target of vandals. Following the demise of the planned commercial development, discussions by the port and others centered on developing an events center at the building. “The event center idea came in after the building sat for a number of years,” Dehlinger said.

“The port had committees put together over the years trying to come up with a plan to finish the building. Nothing ever materialized, for one reason or another.” The port commissioners recently voted to demolish the structure, although the port is still financing it. Dehlinger said the port had received a Special Public Works Fund grant from the State of Oregon for $672,500 to erect the building. “The port continues to pay this loan,” he said, “approximately $2,000 per month. “This loan, and many other loans the port had, were restructured under Business Oregon in 2009 and payments will be ending around 2030-31.” Commissioners are taking requests for proposals to demolish the green building, which include three options: demolishing and disposing of all of the building material and slab; demolishing the building to the ground so it would be ready to be loaded into Dumpsters; or


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Crews were dispatched to this summer’s Milepost 97 wildfire for mop-up operations once it had burned down. Photo courtesy Oregon Department of Forestry.

Continued from Page A6 we have had some rain, much of the vegetation is still dry from the summer, and we are still experiencing the “summer” drying north winds.    The Pilot: What should residents and business operators be doing now to best prepare for next summer’s fire season?  Bird: Simple things that everyone can do - like cleaning gutters, sweeping roofs - can make a huge difference for home survival. The presentations will include discussions about developing evacuation routes, and how to start refining wildfire infrastructure, building materials, zoning and building codes. On the large scale, underburning around communities and maintaining fire lines we have already built in the past makes it easier to fend off approaching fire.  The Pilot: What is it that you hope attendees take away from these upcoming

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Expo to help with disaster readiness Linda Pinkham Staff Writer

If a disaster happens, are you ready? Perhaps not - if you don’t have everything you need to get by on your own for at least two weeks, said Curry County Emergency Operations Director Jeremy Dumire. “We’ve experienced every kind of disaster that can happen in Curry County,” Dumire said. “Fires, floods, flashfloods, hurricanes, landslides and earth flows, sinkholes, tornadoes, earthquakes, tsunamis, even terrorism have all happened here.” An Emergency Preparedness Expo is scheduled for 9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Oct. 12 at the Curry County Fairgrounds, 29392 Ellensburg Ave. in Gold Beach. Curry County Emergency Management will be handing out empty “go bags”

to the first 75 families who enter the event. A variety of vendors and agencies have indicated they’ll have preparedness items to add to the bags, such as emergency blankets, basic first-aid kits, pens, whistles and possibly flashlights. Admission is free. This year, more than two dozen organizations and vendors will be at the Curry County Fairgrounds to discuss which systems will be in place and when resources will be available should there be a disaster … and all of the ways people can and should prepare. “This will be the big, one-stop event of the year,” Dumire said. Six speakers are scheduled to discuss

disaster preparedness in 30to 45-minute presentations beginning at 11 a.m. through 3:30 p.m. Sheree Ward of Curry Community Public Health will talk about “points of distribution (PODS).” PODS are dedicated, preplanned locations where residents could find food and medicine if their area is isolated by a major disaster. Avery Horton is with Southwest Oregon Preppers and will offer a network for people to learn from one another and how to prepare for survival. Ruth Dixon will present information about the county’s Disaster Animal Response Team (DART). She’ll describe the group’s animal rescue work during the


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Chetco Bar Fire, and how pet and livestock owners can prepare for their animals’ survival. Dixon also will have an exhibit at the event for My Youth Preparedness Initiatives (MYPI). Dumire said he’s enthusiastic about MYPI, through which young people receive 20 hours of coursework and training covering topics rangine from first aid to preparedness to rescue techniques. In doing so, said Dumire, younger people become more inclined to join the Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) as adults. CERT educates volunteers about disaster prepared- This excavator was put to work cleaning up after the April 2019 storm that caused debris flows. Courtesy photo. ness and trains them in basic Chetco and Rogue rivers, fice of Emergency Managedisaster response and Hunter Creek. That, ment will demonstrate the skills, such as fire safety, Real-Time Assessment and light search and rescue, team in addition to the slide that took out a section of U.S. Planning Tool (RAPTOR), organization and disaster Highway 101 between Gold a web-mapping application medical operations, accordthat allows users to display ing to the website. Beach and Brookings. Frank Burris of the data from various resources When volunteers are Oregon State University onto a single map as events trained to handle such tasks, are occurring. professional responders then Extension Service will discuss earthquakes and related Sol Coast Renewables can focus on more comdisasters, from landslides to will offer ways to keep the plex assignments during a tsunamis, and their impact power on when the grid has disaster. CERT will have an on infrastructure. gone dark. And there will be exhibit at the Expo. Josh Stout will introduce representatives from United “When I started work here Reach Out WorldWide Way, AllCare Health, David two years ago, I asked for (ROWW), which sends B Allen II - State Farm people to raise their hands if first-responders and other Agent, the Curry County they were CERT volunteers, professionals in medical and Sheriff’s Office Search and and it was just six people,” construction-related fields Rescue, CERT, American Dumire said. “We have 174 Red Cross, Oregon Office people who are trained now.” to assist local experts when natural disasters strike as Emergency Management The National Weather a way to accelerate relief GIS and the City of Gold Service of Medford will efforts. Beach. be on hand for a presentaAttendees can learn Also, the Curry County tion regarding this winter’s about using ham radios in Road Department, Coos weather. Dumire said he a disaster from Port Orford Curry Electric Cooperative, believes this winter may be Comms and Pelican Bay Cal-Ore Life Flight, Curry much like last year, which Comms. And the Oregon Of- County Volunteer Fire saw major flooding on the Departments, the U.S. Forest Service and Coos Forest Patrol. The event will have plenty of equipment on hand for kids of all ages to touch and explore. Doggie Style Hotdogs and Nectar of Life will offer food and beverage concessions. Door prizes and other giveaways, including 50 basic go-bag kits, will round out the event. For more information, call 541-254-0731.

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the money that was being collected.” As she was loading her van to return home, she called the clinic to check on her donation account there. She was told a recent large donation had been made to pay the entire cost of Skeeter’s surgery. “The clinic told me I had a credit to my account for $670,” she said. “I was extremely grateful.” Roberts said she believes the donation came from the man she had met outside the store earlier that day. Roberts give The Pilot the following statement, asking that it be included in the story about Skeeter. In part, her statement reads: “When I was a lil’ girl I would sit on the floor 2-3’ from my TV and one of the programs I loved was ‘The Lone Ranger.’ Always when you thought there’s no hope all of a sudden, The Lone Ranger came just in the nick of time… My question is, “who was that masked man?” He will forever be my Lone Ranger.” Town and County Animal Clinic Dr. Jessie Holley said Skeeter’s operation was performed Sept. 30. “The tumor was removed and it was a good outcome, but there is a chance that it could return,” Holley said. “In many cases, cancer in dogs is not curable. “Skeeter is such a good dog. We just want to keep him comfortable and we always hope for the best.”



on both days. All proceeds support library materials and programs! Port Orford Public Library, 1421 Oregon St. 541-332-5622

Farmers Market Every Saturday - Year ‘round- South of Pedrioli, Hwy 101 - 10am -3pm. For more info call: 541-661-3860

HOG Harley Owners Group Ride: Sat. Oct 5 ride to HWY 101. Meet at the Spot Restaurant parking lot, kick stand up @ 10 am. For more information contact: Dale Baker @ 541-412-7435

October 5

Dial-A-Ride: 541-412-8806 Mon-Fri. 8am - 5:30pm & Sat. 9am - 4pm SCHS Thrift Store: Watch for color of the week discounts - Mon. Sat. 10am - 5pm - 16094 US-101, Harbor SCHS Animal Shelter: Open EVERYDAY 12-5pm - 828 Railroad Ave, Brookings. 541-412-0325 October Movie Night: Chetco Public Library will be showing - Hotel Transylvania on Sat. Oct. 5 @ 6:30pm in the large meeting room The Curry Democrats will hold their monthly meeting and potluck on Sun., Oct. 6 @ 2pm, at St. Christopher Episcopal Church, 417 9th St., Port Orford. Call: 541412-3367 for more info. Let Freedom Ring - a group of young people from both the Brookings and Crescent City Seventh - Day Adventist churches, are presenting the last of the series of programs on Freedom at the Brookings Church, 102 Park Ave., on Sat., Oct. 5 at 6pm. This Saturday’s program will be “Faces Carved in Stone - And the Mirror of The Almighty”. Friends of Port Orford Public Library: Library Fall Book Sale - Oct. 5, Sat., 9-3 and Oct. 6, 11-2pm. ($5 per bag on Sunday!) The Unique Boutique will be open

Georgia Cockerham will be the featured artist at the Manley Art Center from 9/10 thru 10/5. Be sure to see her mixed media artwork.

October 6

Poker Run: Oct. 6 from 9am -1pm. Drive any vehicle or motorcycle. Car Club membership not required. Purchase a hand (or hands) for $5 each and follow a 25-mile route through Del Norte County collecting cards. Final stop at Del Norte Senior Center where music, a 50/50 raffle, a silent auction and a complimentary tri-tip lunch for participants will end your fun day! All proceeds support the Senior Center. For info call: Val @ 70744-3069 Friends of Port Orford Public Library: Library Fall Book Sale - Oct. 6, 11-2pm. ($5 per bag on Sunday!) The Unique Boutique will be open on both days. All proceeds support library materials and programs! Port Orford Public Library, 1421 Oregon St. 541-3325622 Friends of Unitarian Universalist Fellowship: meets on the 1st & 3rd Sundays of each month @ 10:30 am @ the Anchor Gallery, 615 Chetco, next to Pacific Sushi. Join us for a meaningful hour followed by coffee and lively conversation.

October 7

Tai Chi: 9 & 10:30 am Walk with Ease: 10:30 am at Azalea Park (cancels if rain) Pinochle: 12:30 pm in the lounge Yoga: 3:30 pm in Room B Menu: Roast Beef, Mashed Potatoes & Gravy, Green Beans w/ Almonds. Guardians: Cake & Ice Cream

Chetco Activity Center Monday Regular Weekly Events: Time Out: 9 am - 4pm Room B Walk with Ease: 10:30 am at Azalea Park (cancels if rain) Bridge: 1:30 - 4:30 pm (2nd & 4th Mondays) Menu: Sweet & Sour Breaded Chicken, Tumeric Rice, Vegetable Blend & Cookies

ing its “Live Your Dream” Award. This Award is a cash award and is open to Oregon residents. The award will be given to a woman who provides the primary financial support for their family. It provides resources a woman needs to improve education, skills and employment prospects. Eligible women should go to Soroptimist. org, click on the Live Your Dream heading to complete the application process. All applications must be received by Nov. 15 to be considered for this $1,000 cash award.


October 8

Vietnam Veterans Gen. Mtg. @ 6pm for current/prospective members. All Vets/Spouses Welcome! For more info call: 541-254-1002 Lower level Brookings Elk Lodge, 800 Elk Dr.

Soroptimist of Brookings is award-

2nd Annual Wellness Walk & Play - Sat. Oct 12, 2019. Booths will be open from 11 am - 2pm. Xaa-wan’-k’wvt Village & Resort, 12420 Hwy 101 N., Smith River, CA 95567 at the Community Center. Registration starts @ 9:30 am. For more info email: Jamie. or call 707-487-9255 ext 1218 Shoes are available free for men, women & children at the Brookings Harbor Community Shoe Bank giveaway from 1-3 pm. Sat.


Chetco Activity Center Tuesday Regular Weekly Events: Beginning Ukulele: 1-2 pm, D.R Games: 12:30pm in the lounge Bridge: 11am - 4:30 pm Yoga Fit: 5 pm Menu: Hamburger Soup, Biscuits, Corn & Dessert

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Overeaters Anonymous: meets Tues @ 1pm in the Annex building next to the library. Questions call: Colleen @ 541-469-9790

October 9

Coast Orchid Club: Meets @ 12pm - Evergreen Back Conference Rm. Farmers Market Every Wednesday - Year ‘round- South of Pedrioli, Hwy 101 - 10am -3pm. For more info call: 541-661-3860



Wild Rivers Coast Forest Collaborative Presents: Fire-Permeable Communities by Rich Fairbanks. Wed. Oct. 9 @ 6:30-8, Chetco Community Public Library. Come learn how our communities can be prepared to live with wildfire.





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MARINE FORECAST Brookings Today: Wind north increasing to 25-35 knots today. Seas 4-7 feet. Visibility clear. Wind north 12-25 knots tonight. Seas 3-6 feet. Clear. Tomorrow: Wind from the north at 10-20 knots tomorrow. Seas 4-7 feet. Visibility clear. Wind north 10-20 knots tomorrow night. Seas 4-7 feet. Clear.

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B2 — Saturday, October 5, 2019 — Del Norte Triplicate & Curry Coastal Pilot


Continued from B1 Oct 12. The shoe giveaway will be held at the lower level of the Brookings Elks Lodge, 800 Elk Dr. For more info call: 541-469-9850 2019 Master Gardener “Gardening, Home and Health” speakers series Chetco Public Library, Brookings from 10:30 - noon: Ken Dobberpuhl - Urban Permaculture/creating an edible landscape at home. For more info: Call 541-247-6672 or Email Scott @ scott.thiemann@ Seaview Senior LIving Community October Events: Navy Day Join us for a day of celebrating our local Navy Veterans! Sun., Oct 13, 2019 from 10 am - 2 pm. Upcoming Music Line Up for Chetco Brewing Co: Oct. 5 - Marc Holyoak & VM 6pm Oct. 5 - Port - Saturday Market Rapp Brush 12pm Oct. 10 - Lon Goddard 6pm Oct. 11 - Rapp Brush 6pm Oct. 12 - Mike Powell 6pm Oct. 12 - Port - last Saturday Market of the season - Mike Powell @ noon Oct. 15 - Trivia 6pm Oct. 17 - Lon Goddrd 6pm Oct. 18 - Rapp Brush 6pm Oct. 19 - TBA 6pm Oct. 24 - Lon Goddard 6pm Oct. 25 - Spence Bros Band 6pm Oct. 26 - Cut it Like the Kings 5:30pm Oct. 31 - Rapp Brush 4pm & Marc Holyoak & VM 6pm


Sea Cruise Dinner: The Crescent City Emblem Club #175 is serving a Swiss Steak Dinner with all the trimmings on Sat., Oct. 5 @ 6pm at the Elks Lodge, 359 H Street, Crescent City, CA. The cost is $15. The public is welcome!! Integral Yoga: Sat. morning 9-10am. Beginning to intermediate yoga and integral life practice @ the Yoga Studio at F & Second in Crescent City. More info: Tedd @ 707-954-0953 Mindfulness Meditation Group: Join us every Sat. morning 1011:15. Learn to lower stress, focus & relax into the moment. Meet at the Yoga Studio at F & Second St. For questions, call Robin: 707951-9420 Del Norte Short Line Rail Road Club: Meet every Sat. @ 9am at Apple Peddler. Lookings for new members. Call: 707-954-8009 The Crescent City Farmers Market will be held from 9 am - 1:30 pm in the Del Norte County Fairgrounds parking lot, 421 U.S. 101 in Crescent City. For more information visit CrescentCityFarmersMarket The Pacific Pantry: Wil be open from 2-6pm, Thursdays and Fridays and from 10 am - 2pm Saturdays at the Family Resources of the Redwoods, 494 Pacific Ave in Crescent City. For more info, call: 707-464-0955 Overeaters Anonymous: Will meet from 10:30 - 11:30 am at St Paul’s Epicsopal Church, 220 E Macken in Crescent City. For more information, call Barbara at 707-951-3341

October 6

Poker Run: Oct. 6 from 9am - 1pm. Drive any vehicle or motorcycle. Car Club membership not required. Purchase a hand (or

hands) for $5 each and follow a 25-mile route through Del Norte County collecting cards. Final stop at Del Norte Senior Center where music, a 50/50 raffle, a silent auction and a complimentary tri-tip lunch for participants will end your fun day! All proceeds support the Senior Center. For info call: Val @ 707-464-3069 Sunday Night Al-Anon: Will meet from 6-7:30 pm in the Fireside Rm @ Foursquare Church at the corner of Facific & Butte in Crescent City, Ca. Call Kathy at: 707-4583456 or 707-487-5603

October 7

Del Norte Senior Center will hold the following activities: Young & Healthy Yoga @ 8:30am Chair Exercises @ 10-11am Pinochle @ 12:30pm Menu: Chicken Pot Pie, Creamy Cucumber Salad & Pineapple and Mandarin Oranges

October 8

Crescent City Elks Lodge offers dance lessons 2nd & 3rd Sunday in October. Dance lessons in Salsa and ChaCha are Oct. 13 & Oct. 20 from 3-5pm. Lessons are for beginners and intermediates, open to the public. No partner needed. Only $7 per person. Del Norte Senior Center will hold the following activities: Crochet & Knitting @ 2-4pm Belly Dancing @ 7-9 pm Menu: Vegetarian Chili, Tossed Salad, Cornbread & Apricots Salad Bar Lighthouse Quilt Guild: Every Tuesday is “open sewing” from 10 am - 4 pm as well as the Apprentice Program from 10 am - noon (except for the first Tuesday during the business meeting. The Pregnancy Care Center: Will offer free pregnancy tests from 10 am - 3 pm, Tuesday - Thursdays. Walk-ins welcome. Call: 707-4643233. Tuesday Night Al-Anon: Will meet from 7-8:30 pm in the Trinity Center near St Paul’s Episcopal Church, 220 Macken St. Crescent City, Ca. Call: 707-464-3021

October 9

Del Norte Senior Center will hold the following activities: Young & Healthy Yoga @ 8:30am Chair Exercises @ 10-11am Hand & Foot Cards @ 12:30pm Menu: Meatloaf w./Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Green Beans, Carrot Pineapple Salad, Whole Wheat Bread & Oranges Downtown Crescent City Farmers & Artisans Market: 9am - 2pm on Front & K Street. Visit the facebook page for more info: www. The Pregnancy Care Center: Will offer free pregnancy tests from 10 am - 3 pm, Tuesday - Thursdays. Walk-ins welcome. Call: 707-4643233. Wednesday Night Al-Anon: Will meet from 6-7 pm at the Gasquet Fire Hall. Call Carol at: 707-9548091

Upcoming Local Music Schedule: Port O’Pints: Oct. 4 @ 8pm Coast Countrymen - Dance the Night Away!! Port O’Pints: Oct 5 @ 8:30pm The Blackbird Trio Port O’Pints: Oct. 11 @ 8pm - The Apollo Era - Keeping it Real! Port O’ Pints: Oct. 12 @ 8:30pm - Takilma Port O’Pints: Oct. 18 @ 7pm Steve Berg - Live! Port O’ Pints: Oct. 19 @ 8:30pm The Mighty Steelheads Port O’Pints: Oct. 25 @ 8pm May and Teal - 25 Heartbreak Songs Port O’Pints: Oct. 26 @ 9pm - DJ HeadCayce Live at Frank N Stein Party

Wild Rivers Coast

Worship Directory 8102312lAB_REV1005 North Coast Bible Church

St. Joseph Catholic Church

555 H St. Love - Grace - Truth

Meeting at Mary Peacock Elementary School 1720 Arlington Dr., Crescent City Sunday Worship ................... 10 a.m.* *Children’s ministry provided at this service Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting .... 7 p.m. Pastor Pat Henderson 707.460.1905

Calvary Chapel of the Redwoods 3180 South Fred D. Haight Dr. Corner of Hwy. 101 and South Fred D. Haight Dr.

Smith River, CA • 707-487-2051

Sunday Services ............ 10:30 a.m.* Thursday Evening Service .....6:30 p.m. *Children’s ministry provided

Christ Messiah Messianic Fellowship 2455 Oliver Ave., Crescent City With Messianic Praise and Jewish Christian Fellowship The Shabbat, The Challah, The Sh’ma Saturday Service ......................11 a.m. Phone (707) 458-4030

Christian Science Church

429 Pine St. at Redwood Spur, Brookings Sunday Service................11 a.m. Sunday School.................11 a.m. Wednesday Testimony Mtg..6 p.m. Reading Room: Monday & Wednesday......1-3 p.m. or by appointment

541-469-2398 or 469-3333

319 “E” St., Crescent City • 465-1762

Sunday Service

Father Gregory Villaescusa

10-11am - Fellowship Hour 11-12ish - The WORD and WORSHIP Pastor Rick 951-4333

Confession (Saturday) .......4-4:45p.m. Saturday Mass .......................... 5 p.m. Sunday Mass ...........................10 a.m.

“The Project of Hope” Join our Team Support • Volunteer • Sponsor

Sunday Spanish Mass ............ 12 p.m.

Wednesday Bible Study & Prayer Meeting...6:30 p.m.

Grace Lutheran (LCMS)

The Refuge Christian Fellowship

Lighthouse Assembly of God

188 East Cooper Ave., Crescent City Church 464-4712

Nursery Care Provided Pastor Marty Tyler

Everyone Welcome Kids always welcome 1230 Blackwell Ln. Sunday ....................................10 a.m. Refreshments • Music Classes for Children Wed. Night Bible Study ............ 7 p.m. Pastor Bill Paquette 707-951-5072

Redwoods Family


Del Norte

Adventist Church

Church of Christ

1770 Northcrest Dr., Crescent City 464-2738 • Pastor Mason Philpot Crescent City Seventh-day Adventist School Grades 1-8 ...........................464-2738 Saturday Sabbath School .................... 9:15 a.m. Worship Services ............... 10:45 a.m.

501 Childs • 464-1088 (Corner of Childs & Del Norte)


Traditional Worship ...................8:30 a.m. Sunday School/Bible Classes ...9:45 a.m. Contemporary Worship ...............11 a.m.

Worship Center

Corner of Parkway Dr. & English Lane Pastor Jim Ford Sat. Pan De Vida ....................... 6 p.m. Sunday Worship . 10:30 a.m. & 6 p.m. Wednesday Bible Study ....... 6:30 p.m. Thursday Youth Group......... 6:30 p.m. Ages 13-18 465-4685 You are invited to join us in worship and prayer

105 Sunkist Lane (Corner of Sunkist Ln & Hwy 199) Crescent City (in Hiouchi area)

Cornerstone Assembly of God

Call For Info

Sunday Worship Services

465-1760 Meetings at: 424 2nd Street

Pastor Steve Alexander

Pastor Larry Read • Practical Bible Teaching •

Christian Community Church 15138 McVay Lane, Harbor Non-denominational

Sunday Morning Worship...10:30 a.m. Sunday Fellowship......................Noon Thursday Eve. Bible Study..........7 p.m.

Pastor Carl Smith


Facebook: christiancommunitychurch-harbor

Church of Christ

17222 Passley Rd., Brookings

Sunday Morning Bible Study...10 a.m. Sunday Morning Worship Assembly.........11:20 a.m.


Safe Harbor Christian Fellowship 15786 Hwy. 101 South, Brookings Pastor Pete Hernandez

541-469-0260 or 541-661-5557 Fellowship.....9:30 a.m. Worship............10 a.m. Bible Study.....Wed. 6:30 p.m.

Teaching the salvation of Jesus Christ

Grace Bible Church 302 North Hazel, Brookings

SR Kids Junior Church ...... 10:30 a.m. Sunday School (All Ages) .... 9:30 a.m.

Virgil Frazier, Pastor


Nursery Provided For All Services

Calvary Assembly of God

Brookings-Harbor Christian Church

518 Fir St., Brookings 541-469-2631

777 Fifth Street, Brookings Sunday Service............10 a.m. Weekly Communion Small Group Ministries Celebrate Recovery...6 p.m. Sunday

Sunday Adult Bible Study...9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship............10:30 a.m. Children’s Church..........10:30 a.m.

Kingdom Youth Group... 10:30 a.m.


Wed. Eve. Bible Study...6:00 p.m.

Adrian VanAswegen, Pastor

Pastor Lance Knauss

Faith Baptist Church

Trinity Lutheran Church

Fundamental Independent

409 Hillside Ave. Unit C, Brookings

1200 Easy St., PO Box 1199 Brookings

Pastor Matt Steendahl

Worship and Sunday School.....10 a.m. Fellowship Hour after Sunday Worship Pastor David Hunter


Worship Service................. 10:30 a.m.

Evangelist: Michael Wilk

Pacific Ave. at Oak St.

Pastor Steve Perez

Sunday School Hour.............9:30 a.m. Sunday Morning Worship........11 a.m. Sunday Evening Worship....... 6 p.m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting.. 7 p.m. Thursday Bible Class........... 11 a.m. Friday Fellowship.................. 6 p.m.

Wednesday Bible Class............7 p.m.

Brookings Presbyterian Church

Just off Hwy. 101 (707) 487-5275

Sunday Bible School All Ages.........9 a.m. (Sept.-May) Sunday Worship Service.....10 a.m.

541-469-6453 or 541-469-0191

10:15 a.m. - 11:45 a.m.

CORNERSTONE CRESCENT CITY 1281 DOUGLAS STREET 707-464-3133 SERVICE TIMES: Sun 10:30am & 6pm • Wed 6pm

Smith River Baptist Church

541-412-1070 Pastor Ron Webb

Sunday School....................10 a.m. Morning Preaching.............11 a.m. Evening Preaching................6 p.m. Wednesday Bible Study........7 p.m.

Nursery Available

“Looking for an exciting BiblePreaching Church? We may be just what you’re looking for!”


Brookings Church of the Nazarene

Living Waters Foursquare Church

1600 Chetco Ave. (Hwy 101 N) Saturday Night Thrive Service.....6 p.m. Sunday School......9:00 and 10:30 a.m. Worship Services...9:00 a.m. & 10:30 a.m. Jr./Sr. High Youth Group...Wed. 6:30-8 p.m. Women’s Bible Study...Wed. 10:00 a.m. Celebrate Recovery...Tues. 6:00 p.m. 541-469-2571

1136 Fifield Street, Brookings

Sunday Morning.........9:00 & 11 a.m. Wednesday Bible Study.....6:30 p.m.

Pastor Eric Ratliff 541-469-5757

Smith River United Methodist 121 Beckstead, Smith River (corner of 1st & Beckstead)

15803 Hwy. 101 S., Harbor Sunday School....................9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship................10:30 a.m. Below: Call for Locations

Monday Youth Group...............6 p.m. Wednesday Lighthouse Kids....6 p.m. Wednesday Adult Small Group Studies.............6 p.m. James Schultz, Pastor


Sunday Bible Class............... 9:30 a.m. Worship & Communion..... 10:30 a.m. Non-instrumental Wheelchair Accessible

Pelican Bay Evangelical Free Church

To list your church’s schedule call the Curry Coastal Pilot 541-469-3123 or the Del Norte Triplicate 707-464-2141

New Life Community Church Praise-Worship .......................10:30 a.m. Sunday School (ages 5-10) ....10:45 a.m. Sunday Eve Bible Study ............5:30 p.m. Thursday Eve Bible Study .........6:00 p.m.


9th & “E” St. • 464-6312 Mark Wittenmyer, Minister Sunday Bible School for all ages ...........9:30 a.m. Communion & Preaching .......10:45 a.m. Junior Church Service ..... Ages 3 thru 11 Evening Service.........................6:30 p.m.

Fir St. at Old County Rd, Brookings Sunday Adult Classes...........9 a.m. Sunday Service...................10 a.m. Wednesday Bible Study......11 a.m. Wednesday Holy Eucharist with Healing Service.........12 noon The Reverend Bernie Lindley


Tues & Wed Bible Studies

Church of Christ

St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church

‘ Faith Bahai The time is now for humanity to come together as one family to create a world where everyone can thrive.

Sunday Worship............11 a.m.

Rev. Dr. Pamela Coy 707-487-3301

For local Baha’i info, please call

541-251-2436 or 541-469-6556 or visit

Get The Word Out Let everyone know when your services, classes,meetings or special events are happening by listing them in this Worship Directory. It runs every Saturday in the Del Norte Triplicate & Curry Coastal Pilot. CALL FOR MORE INFORMATION.

(707) 464-2141 • (541) 469-3123

“A Place Where Lives Are Transformed By Jesus” Here to Gather, Grow, Give and Go! Dr. Russ Green, Pastor


Thursday Jr. High Youth Group 6:00 - 7:30 p.m. Sunday Bible Hour ... 9-10 a.m. Sunday Worship ...10:30 a.m. Children’s Church (during Church Worship) Nursery Care Sr. High Youth Group 4:30-7:00 p.m. 160 Blueberry Lane (Off Blackwell) Email -

First Baptist Community Church 607 Pacific Ave., Brookings

Sunday School-PreK~12th...9:30 a.m. Adult Bible Study.................9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship.................10:45 a.m. Thursday Evening Bible Study....6:15 p.m. Awana Clubs...................Wed. 6 p.m. (Sept -May) Grades Pre-K-8th

Youth Group..........Sun. 6:30-8:30 p.m.

Dr. Ken Whitted 541-469-2014

Star of the Sea Catholic Church

Father Justus Alaeto, Pastor 820 Old County Rd., Brookings


Sunday Masses: Saturday Vigil.................5:30 p.m. Sunday..........................11:30 a.m. Weekday Mass: Tuesday...........................5:15 p.m. Wed-Fri................................8 a.m. Saturday..........................8:30 a.m.

Seventh Day Adventist Church 102 Park Ave., Brookings

Sabbath School.........9:30 a.m. Worship Service...........11 a.m. Bible Study: Wednesday evening.....6 p.m. Pastor Barry Kimbrough


Grace Evangelical Lutheran

Meridian & Cooper St., Crescent City

Church: 707-464-4712 Preschool: 707-464-7604 Early Sunday Worship...8:30 a.m. Sunday School..............9:45 a.m. Sunday Contemporary Worship........................11 a.m. Childcare Provided

Calvary Heritage

Teaching God’s Word verse by verse 97900 Shopping Center Ave. Brookings, OR 97415

Sunday Worship .... 10:30 a.m. Thurs. Bible Study .. 6:00 p.m.

:3 “Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who hath blessed us with all spiritual blessings in heavenly places in Christ: :9 “Having made known unto us the mystery of his will, according to his good pleasure which he hath purposed in himself: :10 “That in the dispensation of the fulness of times he might gather together in one all things in Christ, both which are in heaven, and which are on earth; even in him: :11 “In whom also we have obtained an inheritance...” (Ephesians - KJV)

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County Probation Department. 1,469.17$1,694.43 starting salary, paid biweekly. Required applications are available at the Del Norte County Human Resources Office, 981 H Street, Suite 250, Crescent City, CA 95531. (707) 464-7213 or Applications accepted until 5:00 pm October 10, 2019. EEO

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Help Wanted Crescent City CAREGIVER NEEDED for elderly woman w/ experience. Part time. For more info 707-218-5766 Del Norte County Unified School District is testing for the following: Instructional Assistant: $14.21 - $19.39 hr. Applications will be accepted through Ed Join Apply by 10/18/2019 EEO/AA Employer Deputy Probation Officer I/II/ III - Del Norte

Heavy/Light Duty Mechanic Commercial trucks, heavy equipment, farm equipment vehicles. Works in shop and on ranches. Full-time. Wages based on experience. Alexandre EcoDairy Farms, 8371 Lower Lake Rd. Crescent City, CA 707-487-1000 or Tom Bessette 707845-1942 office@ alexandrefamilyfarm. com Oregon Youth Authority in Grants Pass, OR is hiring for F/T, P/T, & Temp positions. Call Cherri @ 541-4712862 ext. 56391 Apply at: y42vx77u Staff Services


The following person/s is/are doing business as: Covered Wagon Inn 440 Hwy 101 North Crescent City, CA 95531 This Business is conducted by: limited liability company The registrant commenced to transact business under the fictitious business name or names listed on: 10/26/2019 I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. A registrant who declares as true any material matter pursuant to this section that the registrant knows to be false is guilty of a misdemeanor punishable by a fine not to exceed one thousand dollars ($1,000).


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The following person/s is/are doing business as: Dave & Suzie’s Grub Hut 820 C St. # 1 Crescent City, CA 95531 This Business is conducted by: married couple The registrant commenced to transact business under the fictitious business name or names listed on: 10/01/2019 I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. A registrant who declares as true any material matter pursuant to this section that the registrant knows to be false is guilty of a misdemeanor punishable by a fine not to exceed one thousand dollars ($1,000). Signed: David Gearhart

This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Del Norte County on: 9/17/19

Alissia D. Northrup County Clerk-Recorder B. McCune-Sokoloski Deputy File No. 20190097 Publish: 9/21, 9/28, 10/5, 10/12/19 T259842


Does Someone’s Drinking Bother You?? Call Al-Anon/Alateen 707-951-6759.

Local Behavioral Health Board Notice of Public Meeting Date: October 7th, 2019 Time: 12:00-1:00 pm The Local Behavioral Health Board will be conducting a public meeting. Public Meeting Information: Department of Health and Human Services Office Multi-Purpose Room 880 Northcrest Dr., Crescent City, CA 95531 Monday, October 7th, 2019 at 12:00 pm Please direct questions to: Marcus Padilla Del Norte County Behavioral Health Branch 455 K St., Crescent City, CA 95531 Phone: (707) 464-7224 Fax: (707) 465-4272 Email: mpadilla@co.del-norte.


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Walking distance to the Beach! Beautifully renovated large open floor plan 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home.. New vinyl windows. Kitchen features solid ash cabinets, hardwood floors, dinning area, and breakfast nook or office space. Stunning formal dining room leads from the kitchen into the HUGE family room with new flooring, lighting and beautiful woodwork. Large double door garage could easily fit up to 4 cars or use the extra space for a work station. Newer roof, new paint inside and out, double pane vinyl windows, gutters, hardie siding and much more! MLS #20190575 Price: $329,900

Donna DeWolf - Reel Properties 707-954-3507 BRE# 01196287



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Del Norte County

Garage Sale Saturday October 5th

*The Del Norte County garage sales are marked by odd numbers. 1. Crescent City 1400 Anzio Street Saturday 9am Antique school desk, Christmas decorations, books and much more! 3. Crescent City 121 Meadow Drive Saturday 8am-2pm 5. Crescent City 1400 Breen Street Sat. Oct. 5, 9am-3pm Wood shop tools & extras, tents, canning jars, clothes, toys, music & ed cds/cassettes, treadmill, stepper exerciser, books, kitchen tools/appliances, couch and much more!!! 7. Crescent City 145 Redwood Lane Oct 5. Saturday 9am HUGE 3 FAMILY SALE. Hunting, lots of name brand women’s clothing med. - 3x, stand up paddle board & much more. 9. Crescent City 113 Club Drive Oct. 5th & 6th Sat. 9-4 Sun 10-3. Clothes, household, tools and lots more. 11. Crescent City 990 Elk Valley Road Sat & Sun 8am - ? HUGE HAPPY SALE 13. Crescent City 101 Mud Hen Vlg Rd Sat & Sun 10am-4pm Rain or Shine No Early Birds 15. Crescent City 211 Kim Way Sat & Sun 9am-? Plants, crafts, collector items, antiques, and more! 17. Crescent City 1282 McNamara Ave Sat Only 8am-3pm Furniture, tools, household items & more!

19. Crescent City 1624 Del Mar Rd Sat 9am-3pm MOVING SALE Leather recliner, tools, household furnishings, clothes, & lots more! 21. CRESCENT CITY ESTATE SALE 100 VIPOND DR SAT 8:30am-2:30pm New QVC items, household items, 2 paper paper shredders, collectibles, and more! 23. Crescent City 2427 Le Clair Ave 12pm-5pm No Early Birds. Antiques, cast iron dutch oven, treadmill, collectibles, wine making kit, weight bench, much more! 25. Crescent City 181 Cooke St. Sat & Sun 9am-3pm Lots of furniture, young girl & teenage boy clothes, trinkets, mens clothes, toys, statues, dishware, & more! 27. Crescent City 224 3rd St. Sat 8am-2pm Lots of Stuff! 29. Crescent City 275 Leif Circle Sat 9am-2pm Semi Estate couches, chairs, book cases, bar stools, fax machine, bikes, dishes, etc. 31. Crescent City Surf Apartments 108 H St. Parking Lot YARD & CRAFT SALE 9am-? Misc items, knickknacks, household, and hand made items. 33. Klamath 16030 US HWY 101 Fortains Mobile Home Park Sat&Sun 8am-3pm Multi-Family Sale Pool table, tools, boat, furniture, fabric, TV, toys, and more!

35. Crescent City 195 Harborview Dr. Sat & Sun 8am-? Moving Sale, furniture and much more! 37. Crescent City 651 Hobb Wall Rd Sat 8am-1pm Household goods, furniture, working washer & dryer, and office furniture! 39. Crescent City 2151 Elk Valley Cross Rd off Lake Earl Sat 9am-3pm Almost everything half price, dishes, canning jars, clothes, Christmas stuff, tools, jewelry, turquoise bracelet & rings, lots of new things 41. Crescent City 132 E. Coolidge Sat. 8:30-1:00, New Laminate Flooring, Wheel Chair & other Handicap items, and misc. 43. Crescent City 269 Earl St. Sat & Sun 9am-2pm Many household and new items, some tools, 1986 Ford 150 pickup, estate misc items, and low prices on all! 45. Crescent City 235 Leif Circle Sat & Sun 9am-2:30pm Tools, baby bed, lots of clothes under $3, dining table w/8 chairs, lots of toys for boys & girls, dishware, & more! 47. Crescent City 325 Olive St. Sat & Sun 9am-3pm Household items, adult & baby clothes, couch & matching ottoman, kitchenware, baby items, pool table &more

49. Crescent City 902 Fresno St. Fri, Sat, Sun 9am-3pm Multi-Family Sale art, jewelry, christmas decorations, dog items, home decor, books, clothes, gun case, misc 51. Crescent City 140 Modoc St. Sat 8am-1pm Furniture, tools, clothes, household items, too much to list! 53. Crescent City 4020 Wonderstump Rd Sat & Sun 9am-3pm Baby stuff, clothing, formal dresses, exercise equipment, scrapbook items, books, and lots more! 55. Crescent City 3805 Lake Earl Dr. Sat 9am-3pm Household items, vtg collectables, kitchen, pyrex, toys, clothes, misc, and more! 57. Crescent City 575 4th St. Sat 9am-1pm Kid toys, girl clothes 4T, women & men clothes, treadmill, kids art easle, kitchen items, queen size trailer mattress 59. Crescent City 3420 Kings Valley Rd Space 49 Sat 9am-3pm Will have over 1500 DVD’s, jewelry, knifes, household & vtg items, antiques, tools, & more! 61. Smith River 9355 Hwy101 N. 101 & Morrison CK Rd Sat 9am-5pm Couch & Love Seat, LG desk & Chair, pop up coffee table, 4 oak bar stools, patio set, camping gear, collectables, house items, home decor, holiday decorations

63. Crescent City Freeman St/Pebble Beach Sat 10am-2pm Nautical Decor, Wicker, Vacuum, Bicycle, Lawn Mower, misc etc. 65. Crescent City 1492 Crescent St. Sat & Sun 8am-? Moving Sale! Lots of household items & many more! 67. Crescent City Del Norte Office Supply 240 I St. 9am-1pm Outside tables only Selected itmes at garage sale prices

Additional Garage Sales Crescent City 1145 Sunrise Avenue Sat. Only 9am-4pm Tools, car ramps, chainsaw, mt. bikes, bike helmets, guitar, car amp, computer monitors, men’s jeans, shoes, rubber boots, wheelchair & more! Crescent City 1403 Inyo St., #40 Sat 8am-1pm Moving Sale! Come check it out!

Crescent City 2945 Lesina Rd. 8-2pm Tools, Camping Gear, Janitorial supplies misc. Crescent City 6950 S. Bank Rd Sat 9am-3pm HORSE TACK for sale including harness & horse drawn carriages, saddle, saddle blankets & misc.

Crescent City 995 Vipond Dr. 10-4 Misc household, collectible bears, dolls, some tools, and FREE stuff Fort Dick 200 Gertuide 8:30 - 4 Sat,Household art work, toys, boat, furniture, lots of misc. Smith River 12650 Mouth of Smith River Rd Sat 8am-2pm dressers, crab pots, and lots of misc!

Tips for Bargain Hunting 1. Arrive Early 2.Bring lots of small bills and change. 3. Bring your own bags. 4. Do not block traffic or brake suddenly. 5. Plan your route ahead of time. 6. Make a list and bring snacks! 7. Be kind and have fun!

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Curry County

Garage Sale Saturday October 5th

*The Curry County garage sales are marked by even numbers.

2. Brookings - 1107 Rowland Ln. Sat. & Sun 9 am - 3 pm. Brass propellers, tools, ammo, life rings, chains, laser level, new nail gun and nails, pipe tri-stand, WW2 saw blades, full propane tanks. 4. Brookings Sat. 9 am - 2pm. BH Lions Club Scholarship Fundraiser at Oasis Park (Across from Ace Hardware). Bake Sale!!

24. Brookings, 314 S. Hazel. Sat. 8-1 Small upright freezer, couch, furniture, 13” color, TV, elec. lawnmower, portable table saw, jumper cables, sporting goods.

26. Brookings 16131 W. Hoffeldt #6 Sat 7am - 3pm Bicycle, kayak, fishing gear, two TV’s, some tools, shop vac and a lot of goodies. Early Birds Pays Double!!!

6. Brookings 404 Alder St (across from library drop off box) Sat. & Sun 9am 3pm Back Yard Sale Assortment of things, lot of tools & hardware. Come check me out!!

28. Harbor 15425 Museum Rd. Sat. 9am -2pm Assortment of Fall/Christmas floral bargains. Wreaths, table arrangement, swags, surplus floral supplies, gourds, pine cones, ribbons, many others.

8. Harbor - 98126 W Benham Lane Sat 9-3 Emerald Coast Subdivision Residents Sale. Gates will be open. Please park in designated Guests Areas or Community Center Parking if available.

30. Harbor 15425 Museum Rd. Sat. 9 am - 2pm Collectibles, antiques, garden tools, radial arm saw, appliances, flower pots, sewing machine, chairs, automotive items, household items.

10. Brookings - 509 Memory Lane Sat. 9 -4 Moving Sale!! Little bit of everything!! Household, tools & furniture and more!!

32. Brookings #51, Shopping Center Dr. (next to Barrons) Sat. 8am - ? Like new Flex Bike exerciser, 1940’s Wicker Rocker, 50’s Cone Chair, Lanterns, Bedding, Home Decor , Items like new Clark Shoes 7.5m, $30/pr

12. Brookings - 910 Weaver Lane Sat. & Sun 8-5 Household, collectibles, Fenton, Fostoria, Porcelain dolls, Dept. 56 14. Gold Beach 30320 Hillside Terrace, Sat. 9-4. Multi-Family Sale! Collectibles, household, & furniture 16. Brookings - 16391 Hwy 101 Spc. #4 Sat. & Sun. 9am - 2pm Maybe find your Halloween costume here!! Lots of items! Come check us out!! 20. Brookings 96160 Cape Ferrelo Rd. Fri & Sat 9-3 BIG - 3 Family Garage Sale. Everything from A-Z. Furniture too & LOTS of special items for the ladies as well!! 22. Brookings, 1111 Rowland Ln., Sat.8-2 Mtn bike, china hutch, dining room table w/6 chairs, TV, kitchen items, misc.

34. Brookings Apple Hill RV Sat. 9-3 Lots of glassware, clown collections, clothes, dryer, free dishwasher (parts) 36. Brookings Wilson Ow Storage #90 (on W. Benham Lane) Rain or Shine Indoor Sale Sat. Only 9-4 Metal detector, desk, hammock, treadmill and LOTS MORE!!

38. Harbor 15930 Bayview Dr. Fri. - Sun. 9 - 3 NO EARLY BIRDS Mens - Vortex boots (12), Ski gloves(lg), Women’s- designer clothes (10-14), M/C gear, shoes (9), sq. dance, Red Hats, gowns, blazers, Collect - Coke, Pepsi, Raisins, 49ers, Raiders, Beer Steins, Jewelry, Iron bed, vintage furn. electronics, car cover, snow chains (1540-s). Softball mitts, gloves, cleats (8). 40. Brookings 97878 Titus Lane Multi Family Sale Sat. 8-3 Clean household, vintage, Fireman collectibles, rest. equip., sm. wares, new kerosene heater, 42. Harbor 15505 Oceanview Dr. Oceanview Estates Community Center Fri. & Sat. 8-3 Bks, gardening, cookbooks, photography, mysteries, jig saw puzzles, tool, Christmas, craft items, glassware, dish ware, kitchen appliances

Additional Garage Sales Brookings 96650 DeMoss Rd. Sat. 9-3 & Sun ? Die cast models, canning jars, plants & planters, collectables, music & books. Brookings Steevens Storage #186 98744 N. Chetco River Rd. (3 mile marker) Sat. only 9-3 Comm. flooring equip., tools, misc. to much to say

Brookings - 525 Velopa Court Sat. 8am - ? Quality women’s clothes, men’s jackets (currently listed on Posh Mart). Hand crafted coffee tables, Schwinn Air-Dyne Exercise bike and more.

Brookings - 98652 Camillia Dr. Sat. 10-3 Kiln, collectibles, clothes, jeans, books, book shelves, lg. corner computer desk, washer & dryer, household and more.

Brookings 880 Midland Way Sat. 9-? BBQ, camping gear, clothes, tools, fishing rods & reels, misc. other items. Buy * Sell * Trade Rods, reels, knives, tools, lead, cast iron, music & more! Fri. & Sat. at the Port 541-469-2568


to all who participated in our Garage Sale Saturday. Make sure to keep an eye out for our next Garage Sale Saturday for Spring 2020!

44. Brookings 507 Chetco Ave - old Curry Pilot Office Sat. 8:30 - 1 Come check out our “left over” office furnishing and get them for a “great” deal. Book cases, desk, office chairs, conference table, refrigerator, and much more!!! 46. Brookings - 401 Fir St. St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church Rummage Sale (across from Azalea Park) Sat. 9-2 48. Brookings 809 Pioneer Rd #5 Sat. 9-5 Sm. appliances, books, dvd’s, furniture, tools and other household items. 50. Brookings 518 Hassett St. Sat. & Sun 9-6 Wood splitter, riding lawn mower, leather couch, hand made crafts & jewelry, end tables, women’s clothing and much more!! 52. Brookings 810 Highland Ave. Sat. 8:30-2 Holiday decorations, tools, Christmas Village pieces, and misc.

541-813-1717 15957 Hwy 101 S

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All-wheel drive, 220K miles, clean, reliable, safe transportation, yakima roof rack. CA registered. $1500 Call 541-890-5483

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Misc/Trade 2 Sans Streiffe Binoculars 7x35 $50 707-464-6427 Cabinet - 82x36x19 2 lights, mirrored back, 4 glass doors. Excellent condition $149 541-661-4944 Changing Table with Drawers - $40 obo 707-954-8189 Futon Hardwood frame, full sized mattress $99 707-458-3022

Option 1 6000 sq.ft Option 2 4500 sq.ft. Option 3 1500 sq.ft Yard & office space available/ Will design to fit your needs Call for more details, or to make an appointment to view Phone # (707) 954-8889 / (707) 218-7834

Invacare Wheel Chair good condition $30 707-464-5515 Manual portable/ foldable treadmill. $30


Men’s Digital Camo L/XL GORE-TEK waterproof parka, military grade. Like New $35 707-954-6054 Organic Apples & Asian Pears$5 for 10lbs Call 707-218-7505 Pigeons For Sale Pigmy Pouter Must have nice loft. All 8 birds for $80 Call 707-464-9460 Preview pet products Park Plaza lg. bird cage. $120 ($235 new) 24x22x53 541-469-9660 Quisenart Food Processor with attachments in excellent condition $75 call 541-412-8287

with a Portable Oxygen Concentrator! No more heavy tanks and refills! Guaranteed Lowest prices! Call : Oxygen Concentrator Store: 1-844-653-7402 (Cal Scan) Lowest Prices on Health & Dental Insurance. We have the best rates from top companies! Call Now! 888\- -989\- -4807. (Cal-SCAN) OXYGEN - Anytime. Anywhere. No tanks to refill. No deliveries. The All New Imogene One G4 is only 2.8 pounds! FAA approved! FREE info kit: 1-844-359-3976. (Cal-SCAN) Stay in your home longer with an American Standard Walk-In Bathtub. Receive up to $1,500 off, including a free toilet, and a lifetime warranty

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Livestock/Supplies Horse pasture with barn for rent. Call after 7 pm. 541-469-4321


Misc Wanted MINI BIKE WANTED 707-465-1578


Apts Furnished Now taking applications for: 900 sq ft 1 bd/1 ba upstairs apt. w/nice views of Sporthaven beach and ocean! Fully furnished. All ceilings vaulted plus 4 skylights. $1,200 per mo plus $2,000 deposit. Call Ron at 541-661-3232


Apts Unfurnished Upstairs apartment downtown Brookings. $600/mo. + $1000 deposit, W/S pd. NO PETS OR SMOKING Call: 541-469-1899


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MLS# 20190536


Great house in the country on large corner lot. 3 Bd., 2 ba. Large, fenced yard, fruit trees & landscapting.

Available August 1. First Month’s Rent Free! Office space for rent. $215/mo. Electric incl. Phone and internet access available. Close

Storefront for rent in a great location in downtown Brookings. 1200 sq. ft with w/s paid. Contact: 541-469-1899


Misc for Rent Crescent City 2 Bd/ 1 Ba Deluxe Apt., Upstairs, 890 6th St., No smoking/no pets. $700/mth $700 dep. Available Now 707-464-4608 Crescent City 3 Bd/2 Ba,fenced yard, culdesac. $1,400 + dep. Call 707-666-7307

937 Chetco Ave., Suite A Brookings


1033 Chetco Ave #1 2nd Floor apartment, 2 bed, 1 bath, W/S/T, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$825/mo. COMMERCIAL 1240 J Chetco Ave. 2200 sq ft, great for retail/office, has loading area, water/sewer included . .$1250/mo.

STORAGE UNITS AVAILABLE Assorted Sizes Available For more listings see our website: www.PremierProperties Yvonne Dunn Rigotti Principal Broker Licensed in the State of Oregon

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fan. 2 sheds, lg 10x14, 2 skylights, fully Insulated, 2 windows also shed 8x8 tall. Private courtyard. Located at Chetco RV Park # 30. $32,000 OBO (will look @ trades as well) Call: 541-373-9118

In Crescent City Very Nice 2 Bd/1 Ba upstairs, with W/D. No smoking or pets. $825 + dep. 707-666-7307 Why Rent? With good credit you can purchase a 39 ft fully furnished 5th wheel trailer set up in Chetco RV Park. 4 slides, king bed, 10x14 insulated

court yard, fenced & enclosed garden. At the bank will carry 15 yrs. $260/mo, $420 monthly lot rent. You own both sheds. Monthly cost $680/mo. $29,000. Some trade okay. 541-373-9118 707-951-5461 OBO


Homes for Sale BEAUTIFUL CUSTOM HOME! 857 Jodee Lane, Brookings, OR Outstanding neighborhood close to beaches and shopping! Beautiful custom home with new carpets throughout and freshly painted inside and out. 3 bdrm, 2 bath, with a generous master bdrm, bath and walk in closet. Nice Granite kitchen has double ovens, island, eating bar, lots of storage, walk in pantry and a kitchen nook. Formal dining room. The spacious living room has vaulted ceilings. A big fenced yard, deck and a green house too! MLS 19506247 $429,000 Jude Hodge, Broker RE/MAX Coast & Country Cell: 541813-9261 • Office: 541-412-9535 www. Text OREGON COAST to 90210 for more listings!! Big Shop 17847 Rainbow Rock Road, Brookings, OR Looking for country living and a place to park your RV or store your “stuff”? This is the perfect place...a clean

Notice Of Petition To Administer Estate George Stevens

MLS# 20190496

River Access

$285,500 $290,600

MLS# 20190357

Two masters in this top of the hill home w/ a detached apartment. Lush back drop & blue water ocean view. French garden w/ koi pond.

CVPB-19-7053 To all heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, contingent creditors, and persons who may otherwise be interested in the will or estate, or both, of George Stevens

New from the foundation up


Private retreat 2544 sq.ft. on 1.03 acres, 4 bed, 2 bath, hot tub, walk-in shower, and wraparound deck. River Access.

MLS# 20190442


Beautifully Remodeled 3 bed, 2 bath home in the country with Lake Earl views and sensational sunsets.

A hearing on the petition will be held in this court as follows: October 18, 2019 Time: 10:00am Court: 450 H Street Dept 2, Crescent City, CA. 95531.

Sunny Hiouchi MLS# 1800532


MLS# 20190495


Beautiful Home in cul-de-sac. 3 bed, 2 bath. Overlooking Lake Earl and Pacific blue water view.

The petition for probate requests that Joyce A. Stevens be appointed as personal representative to administer the estate of the decedent. The petition requests the decedent’s will and codicils, if any, be admitted to probate. The will and codicils are available for examination in the file kept by the court.


Unique Find Log Home 2 bedrm, 2 bath w guest room above garage. On 1 acre close to river.

A petition for probate has been filed by Joyce A. Stevens, in the Superior Court of California, County of Del Norte.

MLS# 20190467


Beautifully remodeled home with 2 bedrooms 1 bath. New flooring, doors, cement board exterior. 2 Car garage.

If you object to the granting of the petition, you should appear at the hearing and state your objections or file written objections with the court before the hearing. Your appearance may be in person or by your attorney. If you are a creditor or a contingent creditor of the deceased, you must file your claim with the court and mail a copy to the personal representative appointed by the court within four months from the date of first issuance of letters as provided in probate code section 9100. The time for filing claims will not expire before four months from the hearing date noticed above.

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You may examine the file kept by the court. If you are a person interested in the estate, you may file with the court a Request for Special Notice (form DE-154) of the filing of an inventory and appraisal of estate assets or of any petition or account as provided in Probate Code section 1250. A Request for Special Notice form is available from the court clerk.

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Joyce A. Stevens 588 Fresno St. Crescent City, Ca 95531 Telephone: 707-954-5093 Publish: 10/5, 10/9, 10/12/19 Ad T261483

695 Hwy. 101 S., Crescent City • (707) 464-9585 •


NEW LISTING 1100 Huntington Street

00 Fourth St

715 Sunrise Road

0 Sleepy Hollow

270 Cummins Road

Nice 60 x 40 lot for numerous type, professional & business located in the business district near downtown. MLS #20190304 Contact Mitzi $35,000

Nice parcel on Sunrise Ave, a paved street. Located not far from town but with a country feel. Perk on file. MLS #1400614 Contact Mary $51,000

This 1 acre parcel has lots of trees & is a very tranquil setting. Walk through the land of giants! Paved and a letter of feasibility for the septic. MLS # 20190173 Contact Dee $53,000

All useable 1 Acre parcel with slab already in place from older home. There is a Well and septic system on the property but condition is unknown. MLS #1800538 Contact Sherry $65,000

967 I Street

1102 Burtschell

121 Mobile Lane

665 Fourth St

3 bdrm, 1 bath home with 1040 sq. ft. on .36 acre. Large shop with plenty of shelving, an office w/kitchen, sleep area and shower. MLS #20190196 Contact Mitzi $184,000

2 bdrm 2 bath manufactured home has an office/den that could also be used as a 3rd bedroom. Open floor plan, nice size kitchen and lots of lighting. MLS #20190566 Contact Clarrisa $185,000

401 Terwer Riffle Rd

251 Forks Placer Mine Rd

3 Bdrm 2 bath Manufactured home w/1690 sq. ft. of living space in Sunny Smith River. Spacious feeling w/vaulted ceilings. Walking distance to School. MLS #20190561 Contact Mickey $239,000

Great Business Opportunity – Blackberry RV Park has 35 full RV Hookups, laundry, fish cleaning station, a 2 bdrm 2 bath home and fully fenced. MLS #20190127 Contact Clarrisa $435,000

2 bdrm and 2 bath, large laundry room, walk in pantry, tankless water heater, ductless heat pump, wood stove and storage. 1944 sq.ft. 3 door shop, 1/2 bath, RV hook-up. MLS #20190514 Contact Mary $448,000

3 Bedroom 1 bath 2 story home with 1890 sq. ft. of living space. Laminate flooring throughout and fenced back yard. MLS #20190412 $184,000 Great little home near the beach! Features Contact Mitzi include hardwood floors in the living room, 10 Stony Creek Trail ductless heat pump, updated bathroom & updated kitchen including cabinets, counters, sink, & slate floor, new carpet in the bedrooms, new bedroom & closet doors, cement board siding, vinyl windows, 50 year roof about 10 years ago, fireplace with wood stove insert. Very private, fenced back yard with deck, 3 bdrm, 1 bath, with a view of the forest. Open floor apple tree & raised garden bed. Take a look plan & cozy wood stove. River trail to a beautiful fishing and swimming hole. MLS #1800549 today! MLS #20190567 $305,000 Contact Mary $210,000 Contact Mary

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Fantastic OCEAN FRONT 4 bed, (2 master suites) 3 ba. Custom home throughout, situated at the Ocean’s edge! Stunning Panoramic views. MLS #20190045 Contact Mickey $995,000

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100 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 200 FOR RENT 300 BUSINESS & FINANCE 400 SERVICES 500 EMPLOYMENT & INSTRUCTION To place an ad call: Visit us 902 at: 0 902 902 902 To place an 902ad online: 902 902 600 902 WHEELS Placing a HomesSPORTS for Sale for Sale 541-813-1717 Homes for Sale Homes for Sale Homes for Sale Homes for Sale 15957 Homes Sale 101., Homes for OR Sale r,Rent OR US for Hwy Harbor, 700 &Homes RECREATION Classified ad is ows & sky 800 707-464-2141 MERCHANDISE CA 312 H. St., Crescent City, CA Close to The Port A well cared for single Outstanding granite NEW 2 1/2 bath home and well kept home x8 shed EASY andlevel FAST home with 3 541-425-74948:30 a.m.-5 kitchenp.m. with high end CONSTRUCTION of Brookings, local Mon.-Fri. Text OREGON COAST with open concept with 2BR plus bonus Mon.-Fri. 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. 900 NOTICES Anytime Private

/2BA AND a 20 x 40 RV Bedrooms plus a nced & bonus room and 2 Garage/shop. Home den. At the updated baths! Huge has been updated y 15 yrs. living room w/ fireplace with vinyl dual paned 20 monthly insert and a large open windows, tiled baths, own both kitchen/dining area laminate floors,new hly cost (both have Hardwood exterior paint and a 9,000. floors throughout). large ocean view deck. okay. Bonus room/Den. Fully Shop has 14’ door with 8 fenced backyard with opener, wired 220 and 1 OBO sunning deck. Garage loft storage. All this has room for one car in a country setting 2 and there is extra Car/ or Sale with trees, views RV/Boat parking too. and privacy! MLS Great neighborhood CUSTOM 19494929 $349,000 with a multitude Karen Kennedy Jodee of conveniences ngs, OR Principal Broker/ nearby-shopping, Owner Remax Ultimate parks, swimming pool d close to Coastal Properties and schools! MLS shopping! askusabouthomes@ 19240125 $325,000 tom home Karen Kennedy 541-425-7494 pets Principal Broker/Owner nd freshly Close To Everything Remax Ultimate e and out. 1008 Easy Street, Coastal Properties h, with a Brookings, OR askusabouthomes@ ster bdrm, k in closet. LIEN SALE kitchen HIOUCHI MINI STORAGE vens, bar, lots A Lien sale will be held on October 11, 2019 at alk in 11am, Hwy 199, Crescent City, Ca on the  kitchen following unit: dining Unit NO 39 - Household & Misc Items. acious as vaulted Items belonging to: g fenced Shannen Black: 1045 E Condor #462, Crescent City, Ca 95531  nd a too! MLS Publish: 9/28, 10/5/19 29,000 T260164 Broker st & Notice of Lien Sale Vehicle 541Valued Over $4000.00 Civil Code 3071 Office: 5 www. 2017 FORD F250 VIN # 1FT7W2B61HEC05304 N COAST LICENSE # 3614WJ MA DATE OF SALE: OCTOBER 14, 2019 more

FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT INSPIRED 3711 Foothill Blvd., Grants Pass, OR Rogue River views from this beautiful Frank Lloyd Wright inspired gated home. Nestled on nearly 20 private acres on top of Moon Mountain! 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath home, has a large great room with 20’ floor to ceiling windows that frame the outrageous views!


appliances and rich finishes, large dining room and private master suite with views and a fireplace. This custom architectural home is stunning! MLS 19077954 $1,290,000 Jude Hodge, Broker RE/MAX Coast & Country Cell: 541-8139261 • Office: 541412-9535 www.HomeWithJude. com Text OREGON COAST to 90210 for more listings!!

97877 Harbor View Cr, Brookings, OR 2019 New Construction, 1512 Sq ft, 3 bedroom 2 bath home with an attached 2 car garage. Private corner flag lot, located in Harbor in a nice quiet location. Gorgeous Granite countertops throughout, Stainless Steel appliances, beautiful cabinetry, abundant storage and great finishes!

beaches and shopping. Garage still under construction Certificate of Occupancy will be issued prior to closing. MLS 19532236 $359,000 Jude Hodge, Broker RE/MAX Coast & Country Cell: 541813-9261 • Office: 541-412-9535 www.HomeWith

LIEN SALE WILSON-OW STORAGE A Lien sale will be held on October 26, 2019 at 98121 W. Benham Lane, Brookings, OR 97415 on the following unit: Unit NO 95 & 96 - Household & Misc Items. Items belonging to: Tim Barkkarie: P.O. Box 2984, Brookings, OR 97415 Walk by at 11:30 A.M.- Sale at 12:00 P.M.


Publish: 10/5, 10/12, 10/19, 10/26, 2019 P261503 Publish Sept. 28, Oct. 5, 12, 2019 P260524

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Publish Sept.28, Oct. 5, 12, 2019 P260503

Publish Oct.5, 2019 P261505

PUBLIC NOTICE OF MITIGATED NEGATIVE DECLARATION As required by the California Environmental Quality Act, the California Department of Fish and Wildlife’s Fisheries Restoration Grant Programis providing Public Notice of the completion of a Mitigated Negative Declaration for proposed Fisheries Habitat Restoration Project to enhance the capability of streams to produce anadromous salmonids by maintaining, restoring and improving stream habitat essential to salmonid production.


Project Location:Various streams in Del Norte, Humboldt, Mendocino, Monterey, Santa Barbara, Santa Cruz, and Sonoma counties.

The following person/s is/are doing business as: The Downtown Boutique 909 3rd St Crescent City, CA 95531 This Business is conducted by: an individual The registrant commenced to transact business under the fictitious business name or names listed on: 11/01/2019 I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. A registrant who declares as true any material matter pursuant to this section that the registrant knows to be false is guilty of a misdemeanor punishable by a fine not to exceed one thousand dollars ($1,000). Signed: Tania Beardon

Description of Project: This project will use grant funds approved by the California Legislature to initiate activities that are designed to restore salmon and steelhead habitat in coastal streams and watersheds that historically produced large populations of salmon and steelhead. Activities like bank stabilization and road decommissioning will improve spawning success for adult salmon and steelhead as well as increase survival for eggs, embryos, rearing juveniles, and downstream migrants. The replacement of barrier culverts with bridges or natural stream bottom culverts will allow adult and juvenile salmonids access to additional spawning and rearing habitat. The installation of instream structures will recruit and sort spawning gravel for adult salmon and steelhead and create summer rearing pools and over-wintering habitat for juveniles. The mitigated negative declaration can be accessed online at FRGP/MND. It is also available for review atthe Department of Fish and Wildlife, Watershed Restoration Grants Branch, Fisheries Restoration Grant Program: 1700 9th Street, 2nd Floor, Sacramento, CA 95811; the Northern Regional office:1455 Sandy Prairie Ct, Suite J, Fortuna, CA 95540; the Bay Delta Regional office: 3633 Westwind Blvd., Santa Rosa, CA 95403; the Central Regional office: 20 Lower Ragsdale Dr., Suite 100, Monterey, CA 93940; and the South Coast Regional office: 4556 Lampson Ave., Los Alamitos, CA 90720.

Alissia D. Northrup County Clerk-Recorder Claire Landay, Deputy File No. 20190102 Publish: 10/5, 10/12, 10/19, 10/26/19

The review period for the mitigated negative declaration starts October 3, 2019 and ends on November 16, 2019. Please mail comments to: Department of Fish and Wildlife, Watershed Restoration Grants Branch, Fisheries Restoration Grant Program, P.O. Box 944209 Sacramento, CA 94244-2090; made attention to Mr. Timothy Chorey. Comments must be received by November 16, 2019. For additional information contact: Mr. Trevor Tollefson, Senior Environmental Scientist at (707) 725-1062 (Northern Region); Mr. Manfred Kittel, Coho Salmon Recovery Coordinator, at (707) 944-5522 (Bay Delta Region); Ms. Margaret Paul, Senior Environmental Scientist, at (831) 649-2882 (Central Region); or, Ms. Mary Larson, Senior Environmental Scientist, at (562) 342-7186 (South Coast Region).



This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Del Norte County on: 10/3/2019

October 5, 2019


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and vaulted ceilings. The cooks kitchen is granite, stainless steel appliances, marble tile flooring, and a big walk in pantry. New engineered hardwood flooring in the living room, dining room, hallway and master suite. Wonderful mature fruit orchard

TIME: 10:00 am LOCATION: CALIFORNIA AUTO IMAGE 215 E WAHINGTON BLVD CRESCENT CITY, CA 95531 Vehicle will be available for inspection one hour before The time of sale.

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Wild Rivers Coast 904 902 Placing a Lots for Sale Homes for Sale Classified ad is ACRE ARIZONA and raised bed garden. EASY and39 FAST WILDERNESS MLS 19399455 $457,000 Jude Hodge, Broker RE/MAX Coast & Country Cell: 541813-9261 • Office: 541-412-9535 www. Text OREGON COAST to 90210 for more listings!!

RANCH $183 MONTH Outstanding buy on quiet, secluded off grid northern Arizona homestead at cool clear 6,000’ elev. Blend of mature evergreen woodlands & grassy meadows with sweeping views of surrounding mountains

100 200 300 400 500 To place an ad call: Visit us 930 at: 600 904 904 To place an 904ad online: 904 950 541-813-1717 Hwy 101., Harbor, OR Lots for Sale Lots for Lots for Sale Lots for Sale 15957 US Loans Real Estate Wanted 700 707-464-2141 H. St., Crescent CA seller financing. with no qualifying Blend of mature homeCity, on coast w/down 800 and valleys from Mon.-Fri. 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Anytime 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. seller financing. evergreen woodlands Free brochure with Mon.-Fri. Call 818-248-0000 payment & good credit 900 elevated ridgetop cabin sites. Borders 640 acres of uninhabited State Trust woodlands. Free well water access, rich loam garden soil, and ideal climate. No urban noise and dark sky nights. Camping and RV ok. Maintained road access. $19,900, $1,990 dn.



Free brochure with additional properties, prices and descriptions, photos/terrain maps/ weather data/ nearby downlike information. 1st United Realty 1-800-966-6690. (CAL SCAN) 39 ACRE ARIZONA WILDERNESS RANCH $183 MONTH Outstanding buy on quiet, secluded off grid northern Arizona homestead at cool clear 6,000’ elev.

& grassy meadows with sweeping views of surrounding mountains and valleys from elevated ridgetop cabin sites. Borders 640 acres of uninhabited State Trust woodlands. Free well water access, rich loam garden soil, and ideal climate. No urban noise and dark sky nights. Camping and RV ok. Maintained road access. $19,900, $1,990 dn. with no qualifying

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Loans RETIRED COUPLE $$$$ for business purpose Real Estate loans. Credit unimportant. V.I.P. Trust Deed Company


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Public Notices PUBLIC NOTICE I Charles Garayalde give notice as of August 31,2019, that I am no longer responsible for any debt or legal responsibilities acquired by Penny Lynn Garayalde 95730 Fergason Ranch Rd., Gold Beach, OR 97444 Publish: Sept 28, Oct 5, 12, 2019 P.260599


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Petition of: Larry Vickers Jr. CASE NO. CVPT-19-1165 ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME To all interested persons: Petitioner: Larry Vickers Jr. filed a petition with this court for a decree changing names as follows: Present name Proposed name Larry Vickers Jr. to Pharaoh Augar Amun Edwards THE COURT ORDERS that all persons interested in this matter shall appear before this court at the hearing indicated below to show cause, if any, why the petition for change of name should not be granted. Any person objecting to the name changes described above must file a written objection that includes the reasons for the objection at least two court days before the matter is scheduled to be heard and must appear at the hearing to show cause why the petition should not be granted. If no written objection is timely filed, the court may grant the petition without a hearing.

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CORNER LOT IN GREAT LOCATION 3br/3ba Mfg Home with Guest Quarters $309,900 ~ No. 19222643


NATURAL BEAUTY Riverfront Property, 0.68 AC $229,800 ~ No. 18102103

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NOTICE OF HEARING Date: October 18, 2019 Time: 9:00 am Dept: two The address of the court is same as noted above.A copy of this Order to Show Cause shall be published at least once each week for four successive weeks prior to the date set for hearing on the petition in the following newspaper of general circulation,printed in this county (Del Norte Triplicate). Dated: August 22, 2019 Robert F. Cochran Judge of the Superior Court Publish: 9/21, 9/28, 10/5, 10/12/19 T259839

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2 year old male Jack Russell mix fun, loving, playful, but can also be a couch potato as well. He’s a lover. Wild Rivers Animal Rescue, Gold Beach.

DLH female very pretty and LOVES to play with the younger cats. Come meet this fascinating gal! Wild Rivers Animal Rescue, Gold Beach.

Mercedes is a one year old beautiful, domestic long haired cat. She is grey in color with spots of orange.  She is sweet, playful, and very available to become part of your family! South Coast Humane Society.

Thank you from the Humane Society to all of the veterinarians for helping us save lives through spay & neuter.

Sponsor Katie Dryden & Dave Brewer

CALL 707-464-1686

CALL 707-464-1686

CALL 707-464-1686



Charlotte is an 8 week old grey female. Very sweet & playful. Will be a little shy at first when meeting new people but will adjust quickly. Charlotte & Nash are quite bonded. We’d love to have them adopted as a pair. Humane Society of Del Norte.

Nash is an 8 week old Siamese male. Very sweet, playful, & vocal. Will be a little shy at first when meeting new people but will adjust quickly. Charlotte & Nash are quite bonded. We’d love to have them adopted as a pair Humane Society of Del Norte.

1890 Northcrest Dr., Crescent City

700 US 101, Crescent City

Sponsor North Coast Properties

Sponsor Fisherman’s Restaurant 707-465-3474

707- 464-2121

CALL 541-412-0325


Digby is a two year old Jack Russel mix with a snazzy attitude! He gets along with most everyone- including kids and cats.  He can be a bit jealous once he claims you as his owner!  He is house trained and ready to move out of the shelter into your home! South Coast Humane Society.

CALL 541-412-0325


Gunny is 11 months old puppy that loves to carry his stuffed animal around like a little baby. He walks very good on a leash and gets along with most dogs. South Coast Humane Society.


Jack Russel mix about 2 years of age very fun and enjoys walks and play time. Check him out! Wild Rivers Animal Rescue, Gold Beach.

Sponsor AAA Stor-All

Humane Society of Del Norte



Duchess is an adult (approx. 3 – 4 years old) female brown tabby. She is a doll! Loves attention, cuddly, & sweet! Humane Society Volunteers are always of Del Norte. welcomed & needed at the Shelter and the Thrift Store

Sponsor Leo’s World Pipes & Gifts 265 L St., Crescent City 707-460-1889

South Coast Humane Society

We are always looking for volunteers to walk our dogs!

CALL 707-464-1686

CALL 707-464-1686


Vegas is an 8 week old Siamese long-haired female. So cuddly, loves attention, & playful. Humane Society of Del Norte.

Sponsor Four Paws Pet Hospital

Cholwell, Benz & Hartwick

1225 Marshall Street St. # 2, Crescent City

CALL 541-412-0325

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Boo Boo

Boo Boo is an old guy whose dad passed on. Boo Boo is a quiet, easy going boy that needs a soft place to land.  He is available for a senior to senior adoption of 50% off the regular adoption fee of $65.00. South Coast Humane Society.

Sponsor Smith River Printing Plant 200 Timber Blvd., Smith River 707-487-7100

CALL 541-412-0325


CALL 707-464-7235

CALL 707-464-7235

925 3rd Street, Crescent City, CA


SOUTH COAST HUMANE SOCIETY Brookings Shelter 828 Railroad • 541-412-0325 Mon.-Sat. 12-5, Sun. CLOSED

2655 Lake Earl Dr. #1 Crescent City, CA


WILD RIVERS ANIMAL RESCUE Gold Beach Shelter 29921 Airport Way • 541-247-2514 Open Hours: 10am to 4pm everyday

CALL 707-464-7235


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Sponsor Crescent Electric

Sponsor South Coast Humane Society 541-412-0325

Sponsor Hemmingsen Contracting

Coast Humane Society.

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Sponsor The Gentle Touch Dog Grooming


Shiloh is an SUPER friendly boy that is one year old. He came from a hoarder situation with an untreated upper respiratory infection.  He is healthy, but may not have the prettiest eyes because of the long term illness.  He LOVES dogs and would make a great barn cat! South Coast Humane Society.

Axel is a beefy adult male Pit Bull blend. He’s a handsome guy with a moderate energy level.  He enjoys a more slow-paced walk, but likes to play a little, too!  He can be a little leery of new people, but really enjoys affection when he gets to know you! Del Norte Animal Control.




Ben is a 2 year old male German Shepherd that needs some room to run! He gets along with others after a proper introduction.  Ben  would love to have a family of his own. South

Sponsor Curry Coastal Pilot 541-469-3123



144 W. Washington, Crescent City

SOUTH COAST HUMANE SOCIETY 828 Railroad Street, Brookings, OR

Rocco is a fun young adult male German Shepherd mix. He has an outgoing personality and loves everyone he meets.  He’s a high-energy guy, ready to play, jog, or hike!  Del Norte Animal Control.


Phoenix is an 8 week old grey & white longhaired male. Curious, playful, mischievous, & sweet! Humane Society of Del Norte.

Sponsor Rick Gray Seal Rock Financial 541- 469-7000



Great Pyrenees mix female about 3 years old. This gal is looking for a fun energetic home, she loves a game of chase. Come meet Stella you will fall in love. Wild Rivers Animal Rescue, Gold Beach.

Sponsor In Memory of Mike Cosgrove Jean Cosgrove

Sponsor Steve Mundt Construction LLC 541-661-36933

Alpine is large young adult male Great Pyrenees mix.  He can be a little shy, at first, but warms quickly.  He’s handsome, playful, and fluffy! Del Norte Animal Control.

CALL 541-247-2514

14703 Oceanview Drive, Harbor 541-412-7758

580 5th St. #600, Brookings, OR

Sponsor Marilyn Busch Realty & PM 541-469-9354 Busch Geotechnical 541-469-7300


CALL 541-247-2514


1841 Northcrest Drive, Crescent City 707- 464- 5225


Stewie is a sweetheart of a dog! He’s a medium sized Pit Bull Terrier blend, who is a little shy, but so eager to please!  He walks pretty well on a leash, takes treats nicely, and loves to romp and play!  He loves treats, and is willing to learn some tricks! Del Norte Animal Control.

Spice is a handsome Pit Bull Terrier blend. He loves to play and has been known to go for his entire walk with a ball in his mouth!  He doesn’t seem to care for our other dogs, and would likely do best as your only dog. Del Norte Animal Control.

Brina is an adorable female Pit Bull Terrier blend. Even though she was abandoned, she has a happy disposition!  She loves her walks, likes to play, and seems to enjoy other dogs. Del Norte Animal Control.

625 F St. Crescent City, CA

220 US-101 Crescent City, CA

700 Northcrest Dr. Crescent City, CA

Sponsor Jody Mangum 707-487-4444


2650 W. Washington Blvd., Crescent City 707-464-7235 • Mon.-Fri. 8-5

Sponsor The Club

707-465-3730 FAT CAT HAVEN

P.O. Box 1751, Crescent City 707-464-4121

Sponsor Hot Rollers


125 New Hope Lane, Crescent City 707-464-1686 • Appointment Only

258461dP 10/5

CALL 541-247-2514

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