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Artak Mamadjanyan prepares a skewer of beef kabob prior to opening the new Art’s BBQ restaurant. David Hayes/Del Norte Triplicate

The art of Barbecue By David Hayes Triplicate Staff Writer


rothers Artash and Artak have been barbecuing at family gatherings since they were toddlers, barely big enough to reach up and turn the skewers of meat. Now in their 20s, the two Armenians trekked north from Los Angels to explore this region after having heard their father extol its beauty and wonders. Armen Mamadjanyan discovered Crescent City 20 years ago while taking a coastal tour north on U.S. Highway 101. He fell in love with the redwoods, the fishing, the hunting, the feel of real community. “Twenty years later, he’s still coming back to Crescent City,” said Artak. The brothers readily agreed Del Norte County was a region to behold, but it needing something they could contribute — barbecued food.

Law enforcement officials search Jaime Lopez on Thursday as he’s arrested after barricading himself in his residence while resisting an eviction notice. Photo courtesy of Del Norte County Sheriff ’s Office

Eager to operate a small restaurant for as long as he could remember, Artak cut short his studies law and a month ago joined Artash to open Art’s Barbecue. Local diners quickly took notice of the restaurant’s generous, savory portions, choosing from a simple menu of skewered chicken, pork and beef with a Mediterranean flair that was served up with a choice of three sides. After just three days, the brothers’ 200-pound supply of meat was exhausted. They ordered more of everything to meet the demand. “We love barbecue,” said Artak, “and we discovered they love it here, too.” “They’re carnivores in Crescent City.” The brothers bought the restaurant’s property four years ago. Since then, they’ve driven up from Los Angeles every couple of months to work on the building and prepare it for More BBQ on Page A5

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City applies for millions to rebuild Front Street By Cody Mann Triplicate Staff Writer


Front Street is a key roadway for Crescent City, running along downtown and the beachfront area.

rescent City is in the running for a federal grant of more than $15 million to rebuild Front Street, from B Street to the highway, said city officials. The federally recognized tribal Elk Valley Rancheria, just east of Crescent City, has joined the city in applying for the funds. The Front Street project has been on the table since 2012 … and on people’s minds for much longer. At a July 15 meeting of the Cres-


By David Hayes Triplicate Staff Writer

Crescent City man was taken into custody Thursday morning after a brief standoff with law enforcement. According to the Sheriff’s Office, which declined to comment and directed the Triplicate to a prepared statement, deputes were attempting to carry out an eviction at space No. 5 in the Crescent City Mobile Park, located at 1811 Northcrest Drive. The accused, later identified as Jaime Lopez, 50, threatened deputies, indicating he was going to detonate propane gas tanks, putting other residents within the vicinity in danger, the Sheriff’s Office said. Multiple law enforcement agencies evacuated neighbors in the surrounding area.  Power and gas was shut off to the residence as law enforcement continued to negotiate for a peaceful conclusion, communicating in both English and Spanish, according to the Sheriff’s Office. After several unsuccessful attempts to verbally gain cooperation, less-than-lethal bean bag munitions were deployed to vent the residence windows. Several lessthan-lethal and frangible pepper-spray balls were then shot into the dwelling while law enforcement representatives continued to demand the barricaded occupant surrender by walking out the front door, the Sheriff’s Office said. Just before noon, Lopez exited the residence and surrendered. He was taken into custody and the interior of the dwelling was checked by law enforcement. The Sheriff’s Office added they found no other individuals but did discover evidence to support that Lopez had been attempting to carry out the threats he made. 

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Bike thefts aplenty in south coast region By Linda Pinkham For the Triplicate


ames T. Henderson awoke the morning of July 12 at his campsite in Florence Keller County Park outside of Crescent City to find that a thief had attempted to steal his two mountain bikes by cutting the main security cable securing them to the rack on the back of his van. Visiting from Portland, Oregon, he and his daughter were just finishing up a two-week trip to northern California.

“The thief failed, but succeeded in damaging the cable and rendering it useless,” Henderson. “The rack is locked to the vehicle and the bikes were locked to the rack. The bikes were also covered by a tarp. The tarp was pulled aside, and the thief spent considerable effort attempting to steal the bikes. “Part of what makes this so unpleasant is that I was asleep in bed with my head approximately 2 feet from the More Bikes on Page A5

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Two mountain bikes that were the target of a recent attempted theft. Courtesy Photo

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Kids of all ages enjoyed themselves as the 2019 Del Norte County Fair kicked off Thursday, including Raiy-Ro, 3, of Crescent City, who stuck her tongue out at family members while waiting for the merry-go-round to begin spinning. Be sure to catch the Challenge of the Champions Bulls & Barrels event Saturday at 4 p.m. and the Demolition Derby & Tuff Trucks competition Sunday at 2 p.m. Even if you can’t make it, The Triplicate will be there to capture the action and bring it to you in our Wednesday, Aug. 7, issue.

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(Above) The morning’s supply of beef and chicken skewers are grilled atop mesquite charcoal. (Below) Artash Mamadjanyan flips the beef kabobs on the Armenian designed grill, also called a maxal grill.

n BBQ Continued from Page A1 their grand opening. Artash said neighbors have told them they were happy to see something finally being done with the property. “Apparently, it used to be this old, yellow building used by squatters,� he said. Their business plan is to keep prices low while serving up plenty of food. Artash said he’s the one who usually man’s the grill, twice a day. “Artak usually mans the register,� joked Artash, “that’s more his thing.� In fact, their youngest sibling, Arman, 12, actually is becoming a crowd favorite behind the cash register, they said. Out back, the brothers built a simple grill of homemade Armenian design,

n Bikes Continued from Page A1 bikes. My daughter also slept nearby, in the upper berth of our camper.� “Unfortunately, bike thefts are a crime of opportunity during the summer tourist season,� said Crescent City Police Sgt. Edward Wilson, who confirmed that bicycle thefts are one of the most common problems in this area. He added that Crescent City isn’t alone in seeing a considerable number of bike thefts. At the same time, said Wilson, he doesn’t think there has been an increase in bike thefts over previous years, although

called a maxal grill — a sheet metal box encasing a brick surface that holds mesquite charcoal. The meat is affixed to metal skewers, or sheesh, and placed across the hot coals, then turned regularly by hand for even cooking. The benefit to this this grilling style is meat cooked from the inside out, preventing a burned, overcooked taste. So far, chicken thighs have proven to be their most popular dish, said the brothers. But, Artak noted, beef is catching on. The Armenian flavor profile stems from paprika, ground aleppo peppers, salt ‌ and a variety of other spices and ingredients the brothers are keeping secret. The customer’s is completed with a heaping serving of rice and a choice from three sides. Artak said that while they could have chosen from nu-

merous Armenian side dishes, American creations like coleslaw and baked beans provide a popular blend of Armenian and American cuisines. With their initial month’s success, the two now have plans to expand their menu and the facility itself, creating an outdoor dining area so diners can experience another aspect of Armenian culture. “In Crescent City, after 8 p.m., it’s like lights out,� Artak said. “So we’re going to add a patio out back, a terrace-like place with a big tent, where diners can order a beer or wine and sit and relax after a long day.� Art’s Barbecue, at 132 E. Washington Blvd., is open Monday through Saturday, 11 a.m.-8 p.m.

he didn’t have any data to test that theory. “Most bike theft victims, unfortunately, are tourists,� he said, warning that motels are one place where bicycles are frequently stolen from racks attached to vehicles. He recommends bringing the bikes inside the motel or hotel no matter how small the space available, because “crooks will always find the weak link and defeat the locking mechanism.� A recent change in California law makes bike thefts more attractive to criminals. Unless a bicycle is valued over $950, it is no longer grand theft, but instead a misdemeanor. Previously, that threshold had been $450 for grand-theft charges, said Wilson. Brookings Police Chief

Kelby McCrae said the situation in Brookings is similar to Crescent City, with no appreciable increase in the number of bike thefts over previous years. “I am not aware of any increase over the norm regarding bicycle thefts for 2019,� McCrae said. “Traditionally, the majority of our bicycle thefts are of those left unsecured at Harris Beach State Park,� said McCrae, “or the front of a residence, or at a downtown business. “It is rare that bikes stolen in the Brookings area had any form of chain or lock on them. Making a small investment in some type of bicycle lock greatly increases the chance of your bicycle still being there when you return.�

cent City Council, City Manager Eric Wier spoke highly of the partnership with Elk Valley Rancheria, calling it an asset to the community. He also noted the assistance of the local transportation commission and of others. “It took a lot of hands to have this come together,� Wier told the council. The city manager said the project is important to the community because Front is a main street that divides the downtown and the beachfront recreational area. How the five-lane street functions has a significant influence on the way people experience Crescent City, Wier said in an interview. One issue with the street is it size. The current traffic volume does not warrant two lanes each direction plus a turnoff lane, said Wier. The 80-foot crossing for pedestrians also is a concern, given the limited signage and lack of signals. Front Street has always played an important role in Crescent City, although its functions changed as time marched on. At one time, the ocean surf came right up to the street. It later was a portion of the highway. In the 1940s, there was diagonal parking for the businesses along the street. For a time, it was home to an Army Corps of Engineers batch plant, turning out dolos (geometrically shaped reinforced concrete blocks) and tetrapods (tetrahedral shaped concrete structures) used to buffer against waves, protecting from erosion and tsunamis. Both were types were deployed locally. Seaside Hospital, the only regional health organization in its time, was there, too. In 2011, the city hired a consultant using transportation commission dollars to evaluate Front Street’s functions and to consider amenities that met community needs and resources. Beachfront Park, for example, is a well-used recreational area popular with locals and visitors. To improve on their experience, the plan is to create more parking and pedestrian barriers for added safety. Noting criticism about Front’s length and width — it’s been said you could land a 747 jet there (although the nearby airport makes that unnecessary) — another planned feature is a meander around the midway point, breaking up the straight line with a curved, landscaped area that invites people into the park and downtown, with a shortened crossing. The new design would incorporate pieces of artwork offering a sense of theme and context to the recreational areas as you move through, starting with an archway at K Street proclaiming “Crescent City:

Where the Redwoods Meet the Sea,� and progressing with marine features and tribal culture representations among other attractions. Wier emphasized the need to highlight the history of four of the area’s local, federally recognized tribes. Wier pointed out that Front Street is part of Elk Valley Rancheria’s localized road system, making a partnership with the city for street improvements a natural alliance. Rancheria hired a consultant to help assemble the grant application. Wier said that without Elk Valley’s consultant, the staff time required for such an endeavor would make it too cumbersome to pursue, noting a 31-page cost-benefit analysis is required among the data requirements. It’s the second time Crescent City has applied for this federal construction grant. Wier said the evaluator for the previous grant application told the city it had submitted a strong request in a competitive field of applicants chasing large-scale projects. Coming back, the city needed to show more of the potential economic impact in its application plus more innovation. With few of the projects approved, those deemed worthy are in line for significant sums of money. Old photographs show the surf meeting up with Front Street before a seawall was constructed, indicating the likeliness of unconsolidated sands beneath the street, Wier said. He also mentioned washed-up wood debris and other materials used as filler in the late 1800s and early 1900s. The city manager said the street should be structurally reconstituted using modern engineering standards and methods. “A lot of times, they would fill it with redwood,� he said. “Redwood’s a great wood to throw in there; it lasts for a hundred years, a hundred and fifty years. “The problem is, it’s been a hundred years, it’s been a hundred and fifty years. So that wood is decaying. That’s really the problem with the street.� Wier said that’s why the city needs to go down a couple of feet, take out and compact the unconsolidated sands, get rid of the redwood, and build a structural section to bridge deficiencies further down, ensuring the asphalt at the top a longer, more stable life. Not knowing exactly what lies beneath the street also means the city has planned for contingencies once it opens up the street. Among concerns related to Front Street are the possibilities of earthquakes and tsunamis. A new street might have a better chance of resisting a disaster. Wier said that at risk with either event would be the 10-inch cast-iron water main under the street. He said if that breaks during a

catastrophe, it could lead to major damage to the street and surrounding structures. If the federal grant was approved, it could be timed to tie in with a possible city parks project along Front Street. That project would be funded through Proposition 68, the California Drought, Water, Parks, Climate, Coastal Protection and Outdoor Access for All Act that passed in 2018, which reportedly put $254,942,000 on the table for statewide parks-related projects. Wier said per-capita funding for cities from Prop 68 would provide for about $200,000 locally for a parks project. The city will be hosting public meetings and listening sessions, reviewing the 2012 beachfront master plan, and asking the community what amenities or changes it might want. A $25,000 California Endowment grant through a partnership with Building Healthy Communities will help pay for outreach efforts for the parks project. The city manager said another grant in his sights would fund re-composition of the entire master plan itself, putting Crescent City in a position to apply for funds from yet another pot of money, up to $8.5 million for approved projects. “This project has been a long time coming,� said Wier. “The community has waited a long time for it. “We are continuing to try. This is not the first grant application we’ve submitted. The only way we’re going to do it is through partnerships, creative thinking and the relentless effort that this community has.� Wier also highlighted the emergency preparedness aspect of the project, saying a public-address system would be installed along Front that could be used for recreational events such as concerts. More importantly, it would be used to broadcast information during emergencies, something beyond a simple siren. New signage regarding tsunami danger areas would also be installed. The city was awarded $4 million for storm-drain improvements through a Community Development Block Grant that would play a role in the Front Street improvement plan, financing a new storm drain and outfall following the road from B to G streets. That section of road would be rebuilt with two lanes, parking and a median. The project design is underway; bidding is expected in November, with construction beginning in April 2020. As for the $15 million, it’s a waiting game. Wier said he expects to find out in November if Crescent City will get that federal grant, possibly sooner. In the meantime, he said, people could talk with their representatives and senators in the federal government, nudging them to suppor this important project.

‘Tansy Games’ extended, cash prize announced he deadline for the inaugural “Tansy Games� has been extended by a month, allowing participants to continue collecting tansy ragwort through Aug. 22 because of a late bloom this year. “In addition to extending the length of the first ‘Tansy Games,’ I am excited to announce that our top prize will be a cash award of $500,� said organizer Janet Gilbert in a press release.

“The team that brings the most tansy ragwort by weight through Aug. 22 to the Del Norte County Transfer Station will win the prize.� Tansy ragwort is an invasive, noxious weed that can make grazing animals such as cows, horses, elk and deer sick, scarring the liver and hindering its ability to heal and regenerate itself. The weed can even be fatal.

Celebration of Life A Celebration of Life service for

Immanuel Lee Kendrick 8/18/1969 - 12/19/2018 will be held at the 748 Reddy Avenue in Crescent City on August 4th at 2pm

All friends and family are invited. 725977jTB0803

15th Annual Juried Art Show

August 31 - September 30, 2019 'JSTU1MBDFr4FDPOE1MBDFrŃŽJSE1MBDF Four Honorable Mentions Ribbons And People’s Choice Award Despite that, animals are known to acquire a taste for it, especially after the leaves have browned and the plant loses its bitter taste. For more information, or to view samples of tansy ragwort, visit the Del Norte Solid Waste Authority booth at the Del Norte County Fair through Sunday. Sign-up sheets and rules for the “Tansy Gamesâ€? are available at www.recycledelnorte. Winners of the contest will be announced at the solid waste meeting in September.

Obituaries and Death Notices

Laurie Ann Kramer, 61, Crescent City, passed away on July 30, 2019 in Crescent City, California. She was born January 4, 1958 in Long Island, New York. Graveside services will be held at the I.O.O.F. Memorial Cemetery on Saturday, August 10, 2019 at 11:00 am. Arrangements are under the direction of Wier’s Mortuary Chapel. Please sign the family’s online guest book at

Competition is for 2 dimensional non-photographic work created within the last 2 years. Prospctus available at Crescent Harbor Gallery 140 Marine Way, Crescent City, Calif.

Awards will be presented at a reception at Crescent Harbor Gallery Sat. August 31, 6:00 - 8:00 pm. Public is invited.

Deadline Entries 8/28/19



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The police blotter is a public record of incidents as reported by law enforcement agencies. All individuals arrested or charged with a crime are presumed innocent until proven guilty. The information printed is preliminary and subject to change. Excerpts from call logs for the Del Norte County Sheriff’s Office and the Crescent City Police Department: Thursday, July 25 At 3:51 a.m., caller near U.S. Highway 101 and Williams reports a small vegetation fire. At 8:30 a.m., caller on the 1600 block of El Monte Road reports the lock to a vehicle appears to have been tampered with last night. At 9:54 a.m., caller on the 12400 block of U.S. Highway 101 reports a possible gunshot heard. At 9:55 a.m., caller on Tell Boulevard reports heavy smoke, possibly a structure fire. At 11:20 a.m., caller near Pebble Beach and Del Monte reports a subject walking through the neighborhood with bolt cutters in his backpack and checking driveways. At 11:34 a.m., caller on the 300 block of Indian Road reports their phone stolen last night. At 11:52 a.m., caller on the 2400 block of LeClair Avenue reports their credit card was stolen and used fraudulently. At 1:22 p.m., deputy flagged down on the 1800 block of Northcrest by a subject reporting a possible burglary. At 2:15 p.m., caller on the 2000 block of Highway 199 reports their vehicle was broken into and their wallet stolen. At 2:40 p.m., multiple callers near Peacock and Tan Oak report a brush fire, rapidly spreading. At 2:50 p.m., caller on the 300 block of Indian Road reports a subject apparently tampering with a motorhome. At 2:59 p.m., California Highway Patrol requests assistance with cleanup of a sewage leak on the 9900 block of U.S. Highway 101 and Sandmine Road. At 3:02 p.m., officer out dealing with a motorhome leaking sewage on the 9900 block of B Street Pier. At 3:36 p.m., caller on the 1500 block of El Monte Street reports redwood burls stolen from the caller’s shop. At 5:05 p.m., caller on the 900 block of Washington Boulevard reports a known subject stole shoes from the store and fled. At 5:52 p.m., caller on the 300 block of U.S. Highway 101 reports a subject entered a vehicle and rummaged through items inside. At 8:25 p.m., caller on the 100 block of Elk Valley Road reports a subject stole a 55-gallon container of soap. At 9:34 p.m., caller on the 1700 block of Northcrest Drive reports their 10-yearold daughter missing after the caller left her with her mother. At 10:37 p.m., caller on the 900 block of Washington Boulevard reports a male and female in a physical altercation near a vehicle. At 11:21 p.m., caller on the 1000 block of Condor Street reports someone attempted to get into the caller’s open rear window. Friday, July 26 At 8:14 a.m., officer out with a vehicle on the beach between the pier and the jetty. At 10:33 a.m., caller near Lake Earl and Morehead reports two subjects acting strangely. One is standing by a mailbox; the other is checking an open garage. At 11:30 a.m., caller on the 300 block of Lower Lake Road reports a gate controller appears to have been pulled off using a vehicle. At 2:05 p.m., caller on the 300 block of Indian Road reports a subject just stole the caller’s bicycle. At 3:32 p.m., caller on the 2200 block of Harmony Lane reports a domestic altercation and drug use near a 1-yearold child. At 4:07 p.m., caller on the

700 block of U.S. Highway 101 reports bicycle was stolen off of the caller’s trailer. At 7:01 p.m., business on the 900 block of Washington Boulevard requests removal of a subject who previously stole from the store. At 7:43 p.m., caller on the 100 block of Waldo Street reports a post on Facebook of a subject with a firearm. At 8:43 p.m., caller near 8th and F Street reports being assaulted by a known subject. Saturday, July 27 At 12:17 a.m., caller on the 600 block of Pacific Avenue reports one roommate just pulled a knife on the caller. The caller punched the subject and ran from the house. At 12:45 a.m., caller on the 100 block of Dat-naa-svt reports someone was shot. At 7:08 a.m., caller on the 300 block of Indian Road reports two credit cards and $120 cash stolen from the caller’s wallet. At 7:23 a.m., caller on the 2500 block of Nickel Avenue reports their residence egged last night. At 8:33 a.m., caller on the 1500 block of Elk Valley Road reports their truck window appears to have been shot with a bullet or a pellet. At 9:29 a.m., caller near Madison and Arlington Avenue reports smoke in the area, possibly a brush fire. At 10:18 a.m., caller on South Fork Road reports a vehicle broken into this morning at Sand Camp and multiple items taken. At 10:51 a.m., caller on the 1500 block of El Monte Street reports redwood burls stolen from the caller’s shop yesterday. At 11:42 a.m., caller on the 1400 block of Northcrest Drive reports a possible attempted break-in. At 1:17 p.m., caller on the 400 block of Alpine Street reports they’re hiding in the bedroom and believe that their residence may have been broken into. At 2:54 p.m., caller on the 800 block of Northcrest Drive reports staff members are being harassed by a subject. At 3:01 p.m., caller on the 1800 block of Northcrest Drive reports resident threatening to set a trailer. At 3:02 p.m., caller on the 16800 block of Oceanview Drive reports heavy smoke behind the caller’s residence. At 3:51 p.m., caller on the 1100 block of 3rd Street reports being harassed by management; management reports the subject is harassing customers. At 4:06 p.m., caller on the 100 block of Klamath Boulevard reports receiving a counterfeit $100 bill. At 4:26 p.m., caller on the 400 block of M Street reports a subject walked out of the store with a car full of groceries. At 5:28 p.m., staff member on the 300 block of M Street reports ex-spouse tampering with their vehicle in the parking lot. At 5:50 p.m., caller in Smith River reports receiving threatening text messages from an unknown number. At 6:06 p.m., caller on the 1000 block of J Street reports someone may be inside their house. At 7:02 p.m., business on the 400 block of M Street reports three male subjects stole alcohol from the store and departed on bikes. At 7:25 p.m., report of a restraining-order violation on the 200 block of Fred Haight Drive. At 7:26 p.m., caller on the 700 block of 2nd Street reports a male subject threatened the caller with a knife. At 7:28 p.m., caller on the 16000 block of U.S. Highway 101 requests documentation that a female subject whom the caller has a restraining order against keeps walking by the caller’s house and yelling rude comments at the caller. At 9:09 p.m., business on the 900 block of Washington Boulevard reports a known female subject took grocery items and ran out of the store. At 9:18 p.m., caller on the 2100 block of Malone Road reports their neighbor shooting a gun into the caller’s backyard and at the caller. At 9:32 p.m., report of

a large bonfire near Pebble Beach and Pacific Avenue. At 11:16 p.m., caller on the 17500 block of U.S. Highway 101 reports several gunshots near the end of Requa Road.

if they stole something. At 11:10 p.m., caller on the 900 block of Huntington Street reports an unknown subject stole the caller’s vehicle.

Sunday, July 28 At 12:11 a.m., report of a large bonfire near the Mouth of Smith River. At 1:08 a.m., caller on the 2200 block of Old Mill Road reports multiple shots heard. At 1:31 a.m., caller on the 2200 block of Northcrest Drive reports a male subject assaulting the caller for the last several hours and now trying to break down the caller’s door. At 4:08 a.m., caller on the 800 block of Washington Boulevard reports a patient in the ER assaulted by subjects as they were getting out of their car. At 8:05 a.m., caller on Grace Lane reports being harassed by their son and being threatened. At 8:29 a.m., caller on the 200 block of Washington Avenue reports a black cloud of smoke in the area. At 8:48 a.m., caller on the 1000 block of Front Street reports the front window was broken when they arrived. At 9:26 a.m., caller on the 200 block of U.S. Highway 101 reports an ex-employee threatening the manager with a knife. At 11:43 a.m., caller on the 15000 block of U.S. Highway 199 reports shots heard. At 12:55 p.m., report of a broken window on Azalea Lane. At 1:18 p.m., caller on the 100 block of Anchor Way reports finding a backpack containing drug paraphernalia. At 2:20 p.m., business on the 900 block of Northcrest Drive reports a subject took items from the store. At 5:00 p.m., caller on the 2100 block of Old Mill Road reports a subject stole their chainsaw from the shop, then ran into the woods. At 5:06 p.m., caller on the 1400 block of Dundas Road reports being harassed on Facebook. At 5:39 p.m., caller on the 800 block of Washington Boulevard reports being assaulted. At 6:57 p.m., caller on the 800 block of Northcrest Drive reports a subject drove up to the caller’s car and appeared to point a firearm at the caller. The subject told the caller, “Pop your trunk or I will pop you.” At 8:25 p.m., caller on Klamath Boulevard reports a male subject causing a disturbance at several local businesses. Asked to leave the property, the subject threatened to slit the caller’s throat. At 8:58 p.m., caller near U.S. Highway 101 and McMillan reports a subject may have set alongside the road. At 9:31 p.m., report of a hit and run near Blackwell and Collins.

Tuesday, July 30 At 12:12 a.m., caller near Humboldt and Elk Valley reports they picked up a friend who said an unknown subject tried to grab her and drag her into the bushes. At 3:53 a.m., caller on the 1800 block of Northcrest Drive reports hearing what sounded like two gunshots in the park. At 8:06 a.m., caller on the 100 block of Rowdy Creek Road reports a vehicle broken into, the windows smashed, and items missing. At 8:53 a.m., caller on the 100 block of Klamath Boulevard asks to speak with a deputy about domestic violence. At 10:16 a.m., report of four occupants in a capsized boat near the jetty. At 11:10 a.m., caller on the 800 block of Washington Boulevard reports an assault. At 1:10 p.m., caller on the 6600 block of Lake Earl reports smoke on the east side of the lake. At 1:31 p.m., caller reports harassment and threats from a known subject. At 1:58 p.m., caller on the 1000 block of Blackwell reports that their home has been broken into again, and it is an ongoing issue. At 1:59 p.m., caller on the 2200 block of Scott Lane reports that their home has been broken into again, and it is an ongoing issue. At 3:07 p.m., business on the 900 block of Washington Boulevard reports that they have a female subject detained for shoplifting. At 3:26 p.m., caller on the 300 block of H Street reports that the building has been burglarized. At 3:46 p.m., caller on the 200 block of Steeps Lane reports several items were taken from an empty house. At 5:28 p.m., caller on South Fork Road reports that their vehicle was broken into by an unknown subject who took several items. At 5:33 p.m., caller on the 200 block of Arnett reports that they believe a female was attempting to get into a residence that she was not supposed to be at, a different male subject has a restraining order against her. At 6:29 p.m., caller on the 900 block of G Street reports being harassed by their ex girlfriend. At 7:10 p.m., caller on the 800 block of Northcrest Drive reports two male subjects are in a physical altercation and one appears to have a knife. At 8:00 p.m., caller on the 200 block of Breakwater Drive reports that subjects are shooting off fireworks. At 9:04 p.m., caller near K and 9th Street reports a subject on a bike hit a county truck and is now walking away. At 9:33 p.m., caller on the 2500 block of Howland Hill Road reports a known subject threatened to run the caller over and beat the caller up. At 10:59 p.m., caller on the 300 block of Temple Street reports that a male subject was prowling around their neighbor’s driveway.

Monday, July 29 At 12:32 p.m., caller on the 100 block of 7th Street reports emotional and physical abuse by their parents. At 12:43 p.m., caller on the 100 block of Dale Rupert Road reports something taken from a vehicle. At 1:55 p.m., caller on the 100 block of Dale Rupert Road reports vandalism to several vehicles in the parking lot. At 2:37 p.m., caller near the Forks Boat Launch in Hiouchi reports a parked vehicle with its window broken. At 2:54 p.m., caller on the 200 block of Maiden Lane reports their runaway juvenile has returned home. At 3:03 p.m., caller on the 9900 block of Slant Bridge reports their friend’s vehicle was broken into and their purse stolen. At 4:38 p.m., caller on the 100 block of 7th Street reports their son forcing his way into the caller’s home with two large knives. At 8:50 p.m., caller on the 500 block of Keller Avenue reports an unknown juvenile prowling inside the neighbor’s garage. At 10:38 p.m., caller on the 900 block of Washington Boulevard reports two subjects ran from the store as

Wednesday, July 31 At 4:19 a.m., caller on the 600 block of 5th Street reports that they are in danger and has been chased across the country by an unknown subject who has hurt the caller’s family members. At 8:45 a.m., caller on U.S. 199 near milemarker 19.47 reports seeing smoke coming from the wooded area, possibly a vegetation fire. At 9:23 a.m., caller on the 1200 block of Jordan Street reports that their neighbor is burning trash and plastic. At 9:57 a.m., caller on the 2400 block of Dodane Avenue reports that the title to the caller’s vehicle, and several other items were stolen from the caller’s residence. At 10:30 a.m., caller near Temple and State reports hearing a verbal altercation in the area. A male was heard yelling, “You crushed my hand.”

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At 10:32 a.m., caller on the 600 block of Harding Street reports subjects illegally camping in a motorhome alongside the caller’s property. At 10:46 a.m., caller on the 5000 block of Wonder Stump Road reports that their grease gun was stolen. At 10:51 a.m., Klamath Fire Department reports being out with a large illegal burn on the 1600 block of Klamath Beach Road. At 11:26 a.m., caller on the 100 block of I Street reports a subject in the area is pulling up plants and throwing them around. At 11:32 a.m., business on the 400 block of M Street reports a subject just stole multiple items from the store. At 11:48 a.m., caller on the 1000 block of U.S. 101 reports ongoing abuse from a subject living with the caller. At 3:50 p.m., caller on the 1100 block of Harrold Street reports that a patient stated that they were drugged multiple times. At 4:45 p.m., caller at the end of Coolidge reports two gunshots or explosions heard in the wooded area. At 5:02 p.m., caller on the 500 block of I Street requests to speak with a deputy regarding a subject who has been going through the caller’s trash, and is not harassing and making threats towards the caller. At 5:39 p.m., caller on the 6600 block of Kings Valley Road reports being in a verbal altercation with their neighbor, who threatened the caller. Caller advises that they are prepared to defend themselves with a large stick. At 5:44 p.m., caller near Forks Boat Launch reports the window of their vehicle was broken out and a backpack with medications and personal belongings was stolen. At 7:31 p.m., caller on the 100 block of Princess Court reports that intoxicated subjects are pulling plums off the tree. At 8:40 p.m., caller near Northcrest and Old Mill Road reports that a female subject was screaming for help. At 9:31 p.m., caller on the 500 block of Terwer Riffle Road reports fireworks have been going off in the area for the last 30 minutes. At 10:36 p.m., caller on the 100 block of Ehlers Way reports a subject threw a rock through the door and broke it. Thursday, Aug. 1 At 6:50 a.m., caller near Elk Valley and National reports that a subject stated he was on his way to go shoot his ex girlfriend. At 8:49 a.m., caller on the 100 block of Church Tree reports that their sliding glass window was possibly shot at with a BB gun. At 9:29 a.m., caller on the 300 block of H Street reports a subject has been collecting money from businesses stating that he is from the Elks Club, but has not been authorized to do so. At 9:35 a.m., caller on the 2400 block of Cushing Avenue reports an unknown subject accessed the caller’s Amazon account and ordered $1,600 of items to be shipped to a local address. At 12:05 p.m., caller near Oceanview and Gilbert Creek reports a subject was spotted illegally dumping in the area. At 12:09 p.m., caller on the 2500 block of Roy Avenue reports ongoing harassment from their neighbor, who has been making false


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reports to animal control. At 1:56 p.m., caller on the 1000 block of 3rd Street requests the removal of a subject who is being verbally aggressive towards staff and does not have an account at the bank. At 2:25 p.m., staff on the 1100 block of U.S. 101 reports that a propane tank was stolen from a residence. At 2:42 p.m., caller on the 1600 block of Railroad Avenue reports that their ex is harassing the caller by attempting to call them from various phone numbers. At 3:08 p.m., caller on the 8300 block of Lower Lake Road requests contact for harassment and a possible restraining order violation. At 3:44 p.m., caller on the 200 block of H Street reports a glass pendant was stolen from the store. At 4:28 p.m., caller on the 1100 block of U.S. 101 reports that their stepfather’s trailer was broken into and multiple items were taken. At 5:13 p.m., caller on the 900 block of G Street reports that their ex boyfriend took the caller’s keys out of their pocket, and drove off in the caller’s vehicle. At 5:37 p.m., caller on the 900 block of G Street reports a restraining order violation at the track. At 6:02 p.m., business on the 300 block of U.S. 101 reports an intoxicated driver ran into the pumps, and is refusing to comply with staff who are attempting to gather insurance information. At 6:09 p.m., caller on the 400 block of M Street reports a subject possibly stole some items. At 7:10 p.m., caller on Front Street reports a subject was making threats towards children, stating that she was going to shoot them. At 7:47 p.m., caller on the 100 block of Breakwater Drive reports that fireworks are constantly being set off. At 8:28 p.m., caller near U.S. 101 and Hytree Lane reports a brush fire. At 9:50 p.m., report of a brush fire near U.S. 199 and U.S. 101. At 10:27 p.m., caller on the 1200 block of Marshall reports a resident just punched an aid in the face. At 10:50 p.m., caller near C and 4th Street reports hearing shots in the area. At 11:17 p.m., caller on the 2500 block of Howland Hill Road reports that someone stole the caller’s bike from the casino. Friday, Aug. 2 At 5:45 a.m., caller on the 300 block of Charm Lane reports some items were stolen from the caller’s shed. At 6:41 a.m., caller near Hunter Creek Road reports that their vehicle was broken into yesterday. At 7:11 a.m., caller on the 1300 block of Pebble Beach Drive reports that smoke is coming from the brush along the beach. At 8:04 a.m., caller on U.S. 101 near milemarker 15.2 reports equipment was stolen from a work site at Last Chance Grade. At 8:17 a.m., caller on the 1600 block of Railroad Avenue reports a restraining order violation. At 9:45 a.m., caller on the 300 block of M Street reports witnessing a subject hitting his child in the store. At 9:53 a.m., caller on the 100 block of A Street reports that their bicycle was stolen off of the caller’s vehicle in the parking lot.

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SATURDAY, August 3, 2019


2019 Crescent City Triathlon on Aug. 18 The Crescent City Triathlon will be back for its 35th year this summer, scheduled to take place on Aug. 18 in Beachfront Park and along Crescent City’s coast on Pebble Beach Drive. As always, the event includes an adult sprint triathlon and duathlon. Adult relay teams are also encouraged. The adult triathlon is scheduled to begin at 8:30 a.m. at Fred Endert Municipal pool, located at 1000 Play Street. A kids triathlon for ages 5 to 12 will follow the conclusion of the adult competition, beginning at approximately 11 a.m. Kids will be broken up into four groups by age (56, 7-8, 9-10, 11-12) with the distances for each event varying by age group. The adult triathlon is $65 per person for adults, and $50 for youth age 13 to 18. The duathlon is $50. Team entries are $40 per person. The kids triathlon is $25. Applications are available online, at Fred Endert Municipal Pool, and at Back Country Bicycles. For more information visit, email, or call 707-465-3995. —Del Norte Triplicate

Slowpitch Standings COED LEAGUE W L Wild River 6 0 Rev-em-Up 6 0 Meat N Melons 6 0 Wolf Pack 5 1 Two Out Blues 4 2 Stick to the Plan 4 3 Edward Jones 3 2 Hits-N-Hurts 2 4 Menudo Sunday 2 4 Sutter Scrubs 1 5 Crusaders 1 5 Green Machine 1 5 No Glove No Love 1 6 The Refugees 0 6 Week 4 scores Two Out Blues 3, Green Machine 2 Rev-em-Up 12, Edward Jones 10 No Glove No Love 18, The Refugees 7 Meat N Melons 26, Sutter Scrubs 16 Wild River 22, Stick to the Plan 8 Menudo Sunday 18, Hits-N-Hurts 17

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Rod Eck holds up a pair of lingcod that he hauled in on Thursday while fishing out of Crescent City with Capt. Jim Mitchell of Gotcha Hooked Fish Trips. Photo courtesy of Jim Mitchell / Gotcha Hooked Fish Trips

Michael Zogg / Del Norte Triplicate

The Del Norte varsity and junior varsity football teams kicked off their voluntary football camp on Wednesday for three days of workouts before they put on the pads at the official start of practice on Monday. Warrior head coach Nick White said the main focus of camp this year is to get the kids into shape, and to learn the playbook so that they can hit the ground running when practice begins.


Del Norte kicks off voluntary football fall camp Wednesday with practice set to start next week By Michael Zogg

Triplicate Sports Editor

The Del Norte football team’s offseason is winding down as they prepare to put on the pads for the official start of practice on Monday. About 50 to 60 players were on hand for the Warriors’ fall football camp Wednesday through Friday which were the last voluntary workouts of the summer. “The biggest part is to get the kids into shape so that when they put on pads it is not a huge change for them as far as running and

conditioning — because that puts about 10 more pounds on them.,” said first year head coach Nick White. “The other focus is to learn the plays offensively and defensively so that they can be mentally sharp once they get their gear on, start going full speed, and start getting some contact in there. So they don’t have to think so much when they have their gear on and are trying to hit people.” The three day camp has been similar to the voluntary workouts that Del Norte has held three days a week throughout the summer in

preparation for the 2019 season. “The kids did a really good job of showing up through the summer,” White said. “The main focus was weight training and just keeping the kids in shape. Except for the freshmen, the majority of them have been lifting since February. So it was just keeping them in that shape so that they are not losing their muscle.” White said the reason for the programs focus on the weight room during the summer is two-fold. “Weight training is important because obviously we want to be able to push people around, but it is also for the kids safety,” he said. “The more muscle you have, the safer it is for kids to get out there.

That way they can take contact, especially since other kids have been lifting weights on other teams too.” Most of the kids planning to play football this fall were on hand for the last voluntary workouts of the year, and White said coaches could tell which kids have been putting in the work. “You could tell that some of the kids have been running and some of them haven’t, of course,” White said. “But that is why we do it — to get those kids in shape. It is hard for kids to push themselves as far as they need to go to be in shape by themselves, so that is pretty much the idea of these three days.” See Football Camp / A6

Bottomfish biting from Gold Beach to Crescent City, tuna start to show There are lots of options for anglers on the ocean on the Wild Rivers Coast. It has been another good week for bottomfishing with sport fishermen hauling in lots of rockfish and lingcod from Gold Beach all the way south to Crescent City. There have still been some salmon caught on the ocean in Brookings, while the Pacific halibut and California halibut are biting south of the California-Oregon Border. Further out to sea, sport anglers caught the first tuna of the summer out of Crescent City this week, providing yet another fishing option.

On the ocean

With a flat ocean and slow drift, sportfishermen have been hauling in lots of bottomfish throughout the week. Anglers in Oregon were able to catch their customary limits of rockfish out of both Brookings and Gold Beach, while the lingcod bite has also improved as the fish move back in closer to shore. Out of Crescent City the bottomfishing has remained fairly strong over the last few weeks, and lots of fishermen took advantage of the good conditions to catch limits of black snappers along with lots of coppers and other various spe-

cies to help fill out their bag limit. The lingcod has also remained strong in Northern California where Englund Marine Supply Company weighted in a new leader for its Biggest Lingcod competition. Patrick Clemence is now in first place in the competition after weighing in a 30.5 pound lingcod on Tuesday. Meanwhile, there has also been lots of Pacific halibut caught out of Crescent City throughout the week, although the salmon fishing has remained slow. Jim Mitchell of Gotcha Hooked Fish Trips said he is seeing all of the signs that generally herald the arrival of salmon, such as bait, dolphins and whales, but the salmon still haven’t seemed See Reel Deal / A6

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n Reel Deal Continued from Page A5 to show up yet in significant numbers. The salmon fishing is still fair out of Brookings, said Andy Martin of Wild Rivers Fishing, with several salmon caught in close to the harbor this week. Anglers trolling anchovies on South Beach have also continued to catch lots of California halibut throughout the week close to shore. Reports of tuna caught out of Crescent City also came in this week for the first time all season. Martin said that anglers went out in search of tuna from Brookings as well, but he hadn’t heard how they did as of Thursday afternoon.

Andy Martin / Wild Rivers Fishing (Top Left) Ben Boorman, Vince McKinley, Mark Yamishoff and Shane Brooks hold lingcod, salmon and rockfish caught Thursday while fishing out of Gold Beach with Capt. Andy Martin of Wild Rivers Fishing. (Top Right) Jeff Kimball of Seattle holds a 15-pound lingcod caught Thursday at Mack Arch while fishing aboard the Miss Brooke of Brookings Fishing Charters. (Bottom) Ben Boorman of Brookings holds a quillback rockfish caught Thursday while fishing the Rogue Reed with Brookings Fishing Charters.

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n Football Camp Continued from Page A5 It has been a similar story with learning the playbook. “The kids who were their for spring football are doing a really good job,” White said. “They remember all of those plays, and we have been doing some of that during the summer too along with the weight training. So the returning kids are doing good and the newer kids are picking it up slowly but surely. Anything that you do in life it is hard to pick it up after only one day, but they are working hard at it.” With practice set to officially start on Monday, the Warriors are now less than three weeks away from the start of the season. White said Del Norte is expecting to head down to Eureka on Aug. 16 for a jamboree. In Eureka the Warriors will have a chance to scrimmage the Loggers, Fortuna and Fort Bragg. The following week Del Norte will kick off the season with a road trip to Hayward on Aug. 23 to take on Moreau Catholic. The Mariners were the No. 1 seed in the North Coast Section Division IV playoffs in 2018 before finishing as the runner up, falling to Fortuna in the NCS championship game. The Warriors were the No. 2 seed last year, and fell to the eventual champion Huskies in the semifinals.

Continued from Page A5 The Lower Klamath River is still producing salmon this week, although it is still a l i t t l e b i t h i t - o r- m i s s . Wi t h a o n e f i s h d a i l y bag limit some anglers were able to fill their quota, while others have been left empty handed.

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n River Fishing

Michael Zogg/Del Norte Triplicate (Top Left) Kenji Adams Lee runs underneath a throw while the wide receivers worked on running routes at Del Norte High School. (Top Right) Luke King (front) goes through footwork drills on the ladder with the defensive line during conditioning to kick off the fall voluntary camp on Wednesday. (Bottom) Timothy Thompson pushes the five-man sled along with the rest of the offensive line.

Yurok Tribe welcomes By Michael Zogg Triplicate Sports Editor


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Rios to back Rivers to Requa

s the group of young adults with the nonprofit and students, because we really feel that that is the international exchange Rios to Rivers roundlevel that you need to work to make an impactful ed the bend in the Klamath River and came within change,” said Weston Boyles, founder and executive earshot of the Requa Boat Ramp, some 50 Yurok director of Rios to Rivers. tribal members rose to their feet in welcome. Rios to Rivers originally came to the Klamath “We are here today to stand with our people who River in 2017. Two years later, Boyles said, the orgaare coming down the river, and the advocacy and nization was back with a larger group of participants hard work they have done,” Yurok Chairman Joe who represented indigenous peoples from the Bio James told those gathered. Bio and Ñuble rivers in Chile, the Beni River in Bo“Not just for the Klamath River, but for what they livia, the Mekong River in Myanmar, and the Snake, do in their homeland and internationally.” Colorado and Klamath rivers in the U.S. James then sang traditional Yurok songs, flanked “It was difficult, because we are from different by another singer and a group of five young Yurok tribes and speak seven different native languages,” women dressed in ceremonial dress. Purrán told The Triplicate in Spanish, through a When the kayaks, rafts and redwood dugout translator. canoes finally reached shore, they were greeted with “We always talk about this. But we became a large yell, which was returned by the Rios to Rivers stronger knowing that we are all fighting for the same contingent. cause. One of the members of Rios to Rivers, Fernanda “Really, in the end it was work that was very sucCastro Purrán of the Mapuche indigenous people cessful. Every indigenous village and entity learned from Chile, then from each paddled back other,” said out to place a Purran. “We all wreath in the learned from water meant to everyone.” thank the KlamThis year’s ath River itself, trip began on before everyone the Elwha was invited to River, currently feast. the site of the “It is our largest dam duty and our removal in hisresponsibility to tory, although recognize other that title will go people when to the Klamath they travel into Michael Zogg/Del Norte Triplicate River once our country,” The Rios to Rivers delegation pulled into the Requa four dams are said Dale Ann removed as Boat Ramp on Wednesday, which was their final Sherman, who planned. stop on their three-week tour. The group toured had organized Purrán, who the Elwha and the Columbia rivers before coming the welcome represented the to the Klamath River, where they started at the and cultural Ñuble River, headwaters and worked their way down to the exchange on which runs mouth of the river. the bank of the through the Bio Klamath River Bio region of on July 31. “They have come a long way. Chile, said the trip on the Elwha River really stood “So, singing them to our shores is what was done out for her. to tell them that they are welcome to come onto our “Probably the most emotional part of the journey, shore, and feeding people is an important thing. and where we spent a lot of time weeping, was when “The whole process needed to be done. The singwe saw where the Elwha hydroelectric dam had been ers needed to come out, and the young women, who dismantled,” Purrán said through a translator. represent youth and healthiness and the vibrancy of “The reality is that in our community, we already our people, they stood with the chairman as he sang have three hydroelectric dams and so to see this dam them to shore,” said Sherman. that is in half — we dream to be able to take down “They were in ceremonial dress because it was our dams. an acknowledgement to the Creator that we are “To see these taken down gives us this light of recognizing the river and we are asking the Creator to hope that we can also do this on our rivers.” see what we are doing today. It came about naturally, After the Elwha River, Rios to Rivers visited the because it is what we are supposed to do.”  Columbia River and saw Bonneville Dam, then went Added Sherman, “It is customary when people to Crater Lake, where they heard the creation story. come into your territory that you offer them food and Then the group headed to the Klamath River, drink, socialize with them, hear their stories and they where they began by visiting the headwaters and hear ours. They see our connection to the river. Klamath Tribes in the upper basin. “And when we are there, they do the same thing to The group next traveled downriver and proceeded us. It is an indigenous thing to do.” to raft from Happy Camp before visiting the Karuk Once everyone was fed, the young adults who Tribe. took part in Rios to Rivers took to the stage to tell of They returned to the river and floated the rest of where they were from, and the challenges they face the way to the Mouth of the Klamath to wrap up their on their local rivers back home. trip. The students on their year’s trip hail from various This was the third year in a row of participating in indigenous tribes in Chile, Bolivia, Myanmar and the Rios to Rivers for Yurok tribal member Peter GenU.S. saw, also a member of the Ancestral Guard. Gensaw Together, they represent seven different river said that various organizations, including the Yurok basins from around the world. All of the rivers repreTribe, were in the process of fighting for removal of sented are dealing with similar issues involving river four dams on the Klamath River when the group first health, particularly dams.  visited in 2017. It was a particularly poignant message for Yurok This year, they were able to see the progress made tribal members, who have been working for years to as the dams are scheduled to be removed in 2022, remove the dams on the Klamath River. pending final approval from the federal government. “Rios to Rivers is a nonprofit organization that “This year was a lot different, because we can tell works to save rivers and to spread knowledge to the students, ‘Hey, this is my river, this is my probpeople about the actions needed,” Sherman said. lem.’ But now, we know that the dams are coming “Everybody has to have a part in saving rivers, or down for true,’” Gensaw said. we are not going to have any clean water. Our fish “So it is a heartwarming thought, just to tell them populations go down when that happens and for that when the dams are removed, the river will be the Yurok Tribe that is very important, because our free-flowing once again.” spirituality is connected to the river. For Purrán, seeing the strength and sovereignty “We belong to this river and the salmon that run in of the local indigenous people was an uplifting the river,” said Sherman, “we belong to those salmon. experience. We gain our spiritual strength from the river, so we “It is very impressive to see indigenous people work to have the river be healthy. leading their territories,” she said through a translator. “We work with other organizations that are inter“Our indigenous community lives under the rule ested in saving water and rivers around the world, of the Chilean State. We don’t have recognition as because it is finite. People need to realize that.” a nation. So, my message to my community is that Rios to Rivers was formed in 2012 and took its with some organization, respect and also the love first trip in 2013. They have continued to host trips on for our nature and ecosystem, we can see nature free rivers around the world each year since. without interventions from third parties.” “We really work at the grassroots level with youth Gensaw said he traveled to Chile twice last year,

Michael Zogg/Del Norte Triplicate A group of young Yurok women in ceremonial dress were on hand to greet the Rios to Rivers group as they pulled to shore at the Requa Boat Ramp.

Michael Zogg/Del Norte Triplicate Fernanda Castro Purrán of the Mapuche people in the Bio Bio region of Chile lays a wreath into the Klamath River near the Requa Boat Ramp on Wednesday. Organizer Dale Ann Sherman said putting the wreath on the water was a way of thanking the river, “because it has been our lifeline since the beginning of time.”

Michael Zogg/Del Norte Triplicate The welcoming ceremony and cultural exchange wrapped up on Wednesday with many members of the Rios to Rivers group sharing where they are from, and what they are dealing with on their own local rivers including issues with dams and diversions that threaten their indigenous community’s way of live. and was struck by stories told by the indigenous people he met there. “I walked down to a river’s edge with a man and he told me a lot about the past,” Gensaw recalled. “He said, ‘If you look deep enough down in the water, you can still see my cherry trees in my backyard. ‘If you look deeper down, you will see my family’s house, that now has been fully submerged underwater.’ Seeing that house submerged, and hearing those stories from the people, was really touching.” Although this was the second trip on the Klamath River for Rios to Rivers, Boyles said it won’t be the last. He said the organization is trying to expand over the next few years, with a goal of returning to the Klamath for the removal of the dams, tentatively scheduled for 2022.

“We want to witness the removal of the dam and learn why functioning dams are being taken down,” said Boyles, “so they can take that back to their basins, to their homes, and to share that at the grassroots level with rivers where they haven’t built dams yet. “And also in places where they have built dams to inspire the removal of those dams. “It is thanks to the work of many villages, many indigenous tribes, and many people that this is happening,” he said. “We really hope we can continue this forward, and in 2022 we are here with 22 river basins represented and a big celebration. “It will be a moment to celebrate a monumental thing. We hope to amplify that and have that message heard around the world.”

Michael Zogg/Del Norte Triplicate The Rios to Rivers group lets out one final yell while taking a group picture with banners depicting where they come from and the rivers that they depend upon.

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Colt is a young Chihuahua about 6 months old. He has long, elegant legs and an adorable face.  Colt is in a foster home where he is doing well living with other small dogs, and lots of visitors, but is ready for a home of his very own!  Please call Animal Control if you are interested in meeting Colt! Del Norte Animal Control.


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Chuckie is a young, high-energy guy! He’s a medium sized terrier mix.  Chuckie would love an active human to take him jogging, hiking, swimming, etc.   He’s a self-confident pup, full of puppy antics!  He’s ready for a real home where he can run to his heart’s content, learn good manners, and what it feels like to be truly loved. Humane Society of Del Norte.


Trooper is a senior male German shepherd about 8 years old. He came in as a stray from Cape Blanco he is in need of some serious one on one and needs help with some skin issues. Please contact our shelter for more info on trooper. Wild Rivers Animal Rescue, Gold Beach.

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Freckles is a shy 8 months old. He was dumped in a culvert in Humboldt county with four other siblings.  He is shy, but warms up and needs a gentle soul to come and teach him to trust again. South Coast Humane Society.

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Miss Kitty is a 4 yr old domestic short haired cat, black and white in color. She was an owner surrender and is a lovely cat. South Coast Humane Society.

Muffin is an 8 year old Mini Pin. She is a comical little lady that loves to hide under the covers.  She is available as a senior ro senior adoption at 50% off the normal adoption rate of $100.00. South Coast Humane Society.

Stitch is a young, playful 1 year old “teenage” cat. He will adapt easily to most any home.

Starr is a big Husky/Malamute type of dog. He’s just over a year old, with a friendly personality.  He loves to play and needs room to run!  Del Norte Animal Control.

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Rolo is a handsome large adult male German Shepherd. He’s strong, and smart.  Rolo knows a few basic commands and needs a human who is an experienced dog owner.  He loves to play, and loves the water.  Rolo can be a bit of an escape artist, so will need a secure environment. Del Norte Animal Control.

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HOG HARLEY OWNERS GROUP RIDE : to King Salmon Harbor, Humboldt Bay. Meet at the Spot Restaurant parking lot, kickstands up at 10 am. For more information contact Dale Baker at 541-41297435 HARBOR FARMERS MARKET: YEAR ROUND FARMERS MARKET Wed. & Sat. 10am - 3pm (Inside and Outside of White Tent) 15786 US Hwy. 101, Harbor, OR. COMMUNITY KITCHEN: Offers free meals from noon - 1 pm at St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church, 401 Fir St. Brookings. Donations are welcome. Everyone is invited. For information, call 541-469-3314. 5TH ANNUAL ROGUE RIVER TRIATHLON in Agness, OR - Partners in Promoting Health & Wellness Sat., Aug 3, 2019 at 9 am. They invite you to take advantage of the opportunity to utilize their services that day. We hope you plan to join us - Sign Up soon at:

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FRIENDS OF UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST FELLOWSHIP :meets on the 1st & 3rd Sundays of each month at 10:30 am, at the Anchor Gallery, 615 Chetco, next to Pacific Sushi. Join us for a meaningful hour followed by coffee and lively conversation.





COMMUNITY KITCHEN: Offers free meals from noon - 12:30 pm at St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church, 401 Fir St. Brookings. Donations are welcome. Everyone is invited. For information, call 541-469-3314.

August 5

PELICAN BAY AREA NARCOTICS: Anonymous weekly Mon, Wed, & Sat 7-8pm. 24 hr NA Helpline: 541-299-5202 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) COMMUNITY KITCHEN: Offers free meals from noon - 1 pm at Brookings Seventh Day Adventist Church, (2nd & 4th Monday’s), 102 Park Ave., Brookings. Donations are welcome. Everyone is invited. For information, call 541469-3030 TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly): OR 1116 meets from 9 -10 am in the Evergreen Federal Bank conference room, 850 Chetco Ave, Brookings. For more information, call 541-469-3419 or 541-469-7325

August 6

OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS meet Tues. @ 1 pm in the annex building next to the library. Questions call Colleen: 541-469-9790 CHETCO STAMP CLUB: 1st Tuesday of the month, 1pm @ Chetco Activity Center. Free collection appraisals. VFW POST 966 DINNER/MEETING SPONSORED BY FRED MEYER STORES. Meeting time is 6pm, 507 Pacific Ave, Brookings. Please RSVP for dinner: 541-412-7214 COMPASSIONATE FRIENDS: Monthly meeting will be held from 6:30 - 8pm @ Chetco Community Library, 405 Alder St., Brookings. This is an organization for those who’ve suffered the death of their child, grandchild, or sibling. AZALEA QUILTER GUILD: Board meeting Aug. 6 @ 4pm LIVING WATERS CHURCH: 11535 Fifield St., Brookings: It’s here! Beginning Aug. 6, our Annual Terrific Tuesdays free for kids. Bring your kids age 5-5th grade down for free lunch, games, crafts, bible stories and sooo much fun! We have a ton of great stuff planned for the year. Spaces are limited and fill fast, so register now. For more information call: 541-469-5757 COMMUNITY KITCHEN: Offers free meals from noon - 1 pm at St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church, 401 Fir St. Brookings. Donations are

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Linda Pinkham Pilot Staff Writer


eet just a sampling of the 70 or so eclectic, creative craftspeople and artists displaying their talents during this weekend’s “Festival of Art” in Brookings …. Brookings painter Christina Olsen’s art is prompted by continual inspiration by this locale, dreams and aspirations. “It is a necessity to paint, in the same way that proper nutrition is to feed the body and soul,” she said. Her works in ink, watercolor and acrylic are Expressionist/Impressionist. She views her painting practice as a “fun and delicious hobby.” For her, the challenge of being an artist is simply “not enough hours in a day.” Olsen said “Festival of Arts” is the best such event she’s been part of because she loves “meeting the other artists. And just the nicest people attend it!”

Woodworker Brian Childers of Brookings has been drawn to art for as long as he can recall. He grew up in a house where art, music and learning were encouraged. His work began as simple bow shapes, which have evolved into more sculptural pieces. Childers acquires wood from local sources, as well as exotic hardwoods from Africa, Southeast Asia, South America and Mexico. “I am drawn to working with wood because of two things,” said Childers, “the uncertainty of the medium and (that) anything can happen as the wood is worked and exposed. “Secondly, the finish, the feel, the smell, the sound of a well-made wooden object is not only a joy to the senses, but actually a bridge to the natural world.”


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(Main Photo) Julie Mueller-Brown, of Cinnabar & Indigo in Crescent City, will be displaying her assemblage ethnic jewelry. (Top) Brookings artist Christina Olsen creates bright, colorful paintings, cards and apparel. (Middle) Cathy Bauer and Julie Lewis of Crescent City Rocks make jewelry collaboratively. (Bottom) Brookings artist Brian Childers’s wood-turned pieces have evolved from functional to more sculptural works. Courtesy Photos

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invited. For information, call 541469-2313.

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welcome. Everyone is invited. For information, call 541-469-3314. TRI CITY BRIDGE CLUB: Meets at Chetco Activity Center from 1:30 - 4:30 pm CHETCO ACTIVITY CENTER TUESDAY REGULAR WEEKLY EVENTS Exercise Class: 8:30 - 9:45 am. Call Elaine at: 541-412-7894 Qi Gong: 10 am Beginning Computer: 10:30 am Beginning Ukulele: 1 - 2 pm D.R. Games: 12:30 in the lounge Bridge: 11 am - 4:30 pm Beginning Yoga: 5 pm Menu: OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS: Meets Tues. @ 1 pm in the annex building next to the library. Questions call Colleen at 541-469-9790

August 7

COMMUNITY KITCHEN: Offers free meals from noon - 1 pm at Star of the Sea Catholic Church, 820 Old County Rd,. Brookings. Donations are welcome. Everyone is

CHETCO ACTIVITY CENTER WEDNESDAY REGULAR WEEKLY EVENTS: Tai Chi: 9 am & 10:30 am Walking with Ease: 10:30 am @ Azalea Park (No walk if it is raining) Pinochle: 12:30 pm in the lounge Yoga: 3:30pm Room B Menu: Roasted Turkey, Baked Ham, Green Beans, Dressing, Mashed Potatoes & Gravy, Candied Yams and Pumpkin Pie HARBOR FARMERS MARKET: Year Round Farmers Market Wed. & Sat. 10am - 3pm (Inside and Outside of White Tent) 15786 US Hwy. 101, Harbor, OR.

at St Paul’s Epicsopal Church, 220 E Macken in Crescent City. For more information, call Barbara at 707-951-3341

our new fall show “Steel Magnolias�. This will be an all female cast. Auditions will be held on Aug. 5, 6 & 7 at 6:30 pm @ 1072 3rd St, Brookings. Come join us!!!

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 www.

DEL NORTE READ CLASSES: Will be held at 1080 Mason Mall, #9. For more information call Phoebe at: 707-464-7072 or email at: phoebe@delnortelibrary@ Classes for Mondays: 11 am: ESL for Chinese language speakers 11 am: Algebra for the high school equivalency exam 2 pm: ESL for Spanish language speakers

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


Childers said “The Festival of Artâ€? is a great opportunity for area residents and guests to find out how extensive and sophisticated the local art scene is. Georgia Cockerham is both an author and painter. “Writing and drawing have always been a part of how I’ve communicated throughout the many chapters of my life,â€? said Cockerham. At the festival, she will be featuring her most-recent Oregon coast murder mystery, “Murder Replete‌ for Now,â€? the third book in her series featuring fictional Brookings detectives Patty O’Toole and Rick Starker. Also on display will be her whimsical paintings of animals and other water-related scenes. For Cockerham, the event provides a place where “vendors and buyers can step away from the world’s problems, and simply enjoy time outside meandering through the park while listening to good music and viewing the results of an eclectic display of talent.â€?






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DOWNTOWN CRESCENT CITY FARMERS & ARTISANS MARKET: 9am - 2pm on Front & K Street. Visit the facebook page for more info: DowntownCrescentCityFarmerArtisansMarket WEDNESDAY NIGHT ALANON: Will meet from 6-7 pm at the Gasquet Fire Hall. Call Carol at: 707-954-8091

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LIGHTHOUSE REPERTORY THEATER is having auditions for our new fall show “Steel Magnolias�. This will be an all female cast. Auditions will be held on

THE PREGNANCY CARE CENTER: Will offer free pregnancy tests from 10 am - 3 pm, Tuesday - Thursdays. Walk-ins welcome. Call: 707-464-3233.


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DEL NORTE READS CLASSES: Classes will be held at 1080 Mason Mall, #9. For more information call Phoebe at 707-464-7072 or email at Classes to be held on Wednesdays 11 am: Algebra for the high school equivalency exam 2 pm: ESL for Chinese language speakers

DEL NORTE SENIOR CENTER WILL HOLD THE FOLLOWING ACTIVITIES: Young & Healthy @ 8:30 am Chair Exercises @ 10 -11 am Cards @ 12:30 pm Menu: Pork Roast, mashed potatoes, green beans, ww bread & cantaloupe & grape salad

LIGHTHOUSE REPERTORY THEATER is having auditions for our new fall show “Steel Magnolias�. This will be an all female cast. Auditions will be held on

LIGHTHOUSE REPERTORY THEATER is having auditions for

DEL NORTE READS CLASSES: Classes will be held at 1080 Mason Mall, #9. For more information call Phoebe at 707-464-7072 or email at Classes to be held on Tuesdays: 9 am: ESL for Chinese language speakers

August 7

DEL NORTE SENIOR CENTER WILL HOLD THE FOLLOWING ACTIVITIES: Cards @ 12:30 pm Crochet & Knitting @ 2-4pm Menu:Scrambled eggs w/green onion, oven browned potatoes, bran muffin and blueberry-peach parfait ** Salad Bar**

DEL NORTE SENIOR CENTER WILL HOLD THE FOLLOWING ACTIVITIES: Young & Healthy @ 8:30 am Chair Exercises @ 10 - 11 am Cards @ 12:30 pm Menu: Spaghetti w/meat sauce, broccoli, tossed salad, garlic bread and fresh fruit

Aug. 5, 6 & 7 at 6:30 pm @ 1072 3rd St, Brookings. Come join us!!!

THE PREGNANCY CARE CENTER: Will offer free pregnancy tests from 10 am - 3 pm, Tuesday - Thursdays. Walk-ins welcome. Call: 707-464-3233.

August 6

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Aug. 5, 6 & 7 at 6:30 pm @ 1072 3rd St, Brookings. Come join us!!!

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This photo from the 2018 event shows the Manley Art Center, surrounded on two sides by Stout Park. Courtesy Photo Crescent City Rocks is the creative endeavor of sisters-inlaw Cathy Bauer and Julie Lewis. Both artisans were enamored of the beauty of northern California’s rock-covered beaches, where they’ve found inspiration for their craft. The result has been creation of a line of jewelry featuring locally sourced stones. Their work is a collaborative effort, with Julie specializing in wire wrapping while Cathy handles the polishing and drilling. “We are happy our business promotes the community and the arts, and (we) appreciate our customers,� said Bauer. “Our pieces include a tag that pro-

claims ‘Crescent City Rocks.’ “Since we don’t have a storefront, art shows give us the opportunity to expand our clientele.� Julie Mueller-Brown of Crescent City’s Cinnabar & Indigo works with natural dyes and handmade beads to create scarves and ethnic jewelry inspired by African designs. Her latest work includes West African-inspired, indigo-dyed scarves. The Festival of Art runs today, 10 a.m.-5 p.m., and Aug. 4, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., at Stout Park in Brookings, next to the Manley Art Center and Gallery on Oak Street.


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It looks like all the “activities� this coming week will most likely be at the fairgrounds. That’s pretty typical of fair week, because this community is definitely pretty invested in the fair. Turns out I’m not the only “regular� entrant who messed up this year. One of my friends did, too, so neither of us has any entries. We have always enjoyed friendly competition, but this year we’ll just have to wonder who might have had a blue ribbon. We both got busy with other things, and neglected to get to those entry forms in time. But I’ll go on Senior Day, because there is always so much to see. And since that awful vertigo of mine is under control, I can go see the animals this year. I especially like to see the rabbits and other animals the kids have worked so hard to raise all year. One rabbit I remember from a couple years ago was beautiful. The fur was so short, it looked like it was wearing velvet. I hope there will be one like it this year. So there will be no blue ribbons added to my wall this year. I have to laugh about one of my last ones .... I love coconut, and had found a new recipe for coconut cake that was absolutely yummy. So I made one and entered it. It got a blue ribbon, but the girls were all laughing—the judges were people who did not like coconut – but they had really liked that cake. Of course, I can’t miss the plants, either. All those gorgeous fuchsias in so many different varieties! I usually enter some Afri-

can violets, but they weren’t blooming. Maybe next year – I’ll just have to put a big mark on my calendar for the final date for entry forms. August will bring us more activities, and New Life Community Church has a musical program in the works, although not solidified yet. They have done events like this in the past, with congregational singing, and special music, both vocal and instrumental. It is not confined to just New Life. Have a song to share? More info as things are finalized. The Dimensions of the Imagination program for the Nazarene and New Life Community churches will take place at New Life on Aug. 17 at 2 p.m. Bring an old shirt to protect clothing, and prepare for what we have been told will be more fun than the last program together. There will also be finger foods to munch on. We had a lot of fun last time, so don’t miss this one! It’s a bit more difficult to plan an event for everyone’s convenience when you’re scheduling for two churches, but with trial and error, we’re doing better at it. A lot of you have asked me if the Church Notebook will continue under the new owners. I had a very enjoyable meeting with Carol Hungerford, and she says yes. As for me, as long as yous keep telling me you enjoy it, I will keep writing. I still miss Gopher Gulch! I wish we still had Inez and that witty column! It was the first thing I turned to with every Tuesday paper, when it was still there. To contact Martha Williams, call or text 707-4603000, or email watchnwait@

Find what you are looking for Check out the classifieds

:RUVKLS'LUHFWRU\ 8102312lAB_REV0720 North Coast Bible Church 555 H St. Love - Grace - Truth

Meeting at Mary Peacock Elementary School 1720 Arlington Dr., Crescent City 4VOEBZ8PSTIJQ ................... 10 a.m.* $IJMESFOTNJOJTUSZQSPWJEFEBUUIJTTFSWJDF Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting.... QN 1BTUPS1BU)FOEFSTPO

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


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

Church of Christ

Sunday Service

BN'FMMPXTIJQ)PVS 11-12ish - The WORD and WORSHIP Pastor Rick 951-4333

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

Pastor Carl Smith


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Church of Christ

17222 Passley Rd., Brookings

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

Nursery Care Provided Pastor Marty Tyler

Redwoods Family


Del Norte

Worship Center

Adventist Church

Church of Christ

1770 Northcrest Dr., Crescent City t1BTUPS.BTPO1IJMQPU Crescent City Seventh-day Adventist School Grades 1-8 ........................... Saturday Sabbath School.................... 9:15 a.m. 8PSTIJQ4FSWJDFT............... 10:45 a.m.

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5SBEJUJPOBM8PSTIJQ...................8:30 a.m. 4VOEBZ4DIPPM#JCMF$MBTTFT ...9:45 a.m. $POUFNQPSBSZ8PSTIJQ ...............11 a.m.

Corner of Parkway Dr. & English Lane Pastor Jim Ford Sat. Pan De Vida ....................... QN 4VOEBZ8PSTIJQ . BNQN Wednesday Bible Study ....... QN 5IVSTEBZ:PVUI(SPVQ......... QN Ages 13-18  :PVBSFJOWJUFEUPKPJOVTJOXPSTIJQBOEQSBZFS

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church

464-2708 Sunday Sunday Service.......................10 a.m. Sunday School for Children.....10 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.

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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


Gathering .......................10 a.m. Phone 707-954-7788 NFFUVQDPNVOJWFSTBMIFBSUDFOUFS

Sunday Bible Class............... 9:30 a.m. 8PSTIJQ$PNNVOJPO..... 10:30 a.m. Non-instrumental Wheelchair Accessible

Pelican Bay Evangelical Free Church

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

Tues & Wed Bible Studies Cornerstone Assembly of God

Call For Info


Just off Hwy. 101 (707) 487-5275

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

Pastor Steve Perez 707-951-1293

Grace Bible Church 302 North Hazel, Brookings

SR Kids Junior Church ...... 10:30 a.m.

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.

Sunday School (All Ages).... 9:30 a.m.

Virgil Frazier, Pastor

8PSTIJQ4FSWJDF................. 10:30 a.m.

Nursery Provided For All Services

Brookings-Harbor Christian Church

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


Pastor Lance Knauss

Trinity Lutheran Church

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

Sundays Meditation .............9:15-9:45 a.m.

Crescent City

Evangelist: Michael Wilk

Pacific Ave. at Oak St.


220 E. Macken Ave.,

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

Brookings Presbyterian Church

For information call 707-464-1487 (leave message) or 805-625-0426


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

541-469-6453 or 541-469-0191


Everyone Welcome Kids always welcome 1230 Blackwell Ln. Sunday ....................................10 a.m. 3FGSFTINFOUTt.VTJD Classes for Children Wed. Night Bible Study ............ QN Pastor Bill Paquette 707-951-5072

Pastor Steve Alexander

15138 McVay Lane, Harbor

Sunday Mass ...........................10 a.m.

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 Meetings at: 424 2nd Street

Christian Community Church

Saturday Mass .......................... QN

Universal Heart Center

Smith River Baptist Church


Father Gregory Villaescusa Confession (Saturday) .......QN

“Regard man as a mine rich in gems of inestimable value. Education can, alone, cause it to reveal its treasures, and enable mankind to benefit therefrom.â€?- Bahå’u’llĂĄh Members of the Del Norte County Bahå’í community offer education for Children  UIF+VOJPS:PVUI&NQPXFSNFOU 1SPHSBN  BOE36)*TQJSJUVBM classes for adults (15+).

The Refuge Christian Fellowship

New Life Community Church 1SBJTF8PSTIJQ .......................10:30 a.m. Sunday School (ages 5-10)....10:45 a.m. Sunday Eve Bible Study............QN Thursday Eve Bible Study.........QN


Grace Lutheran (LCMS)

UIi&w4Ut 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.........................QN

St. Joseph Catholic Church

Nursery Available


Brookings Church of the Nazarene 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

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

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

Rev. Dr. Pamela Coy 707-487-3301

True Light Apostolic Church

Sunday School: 10 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11a.m. & 6 p.m. Bible Studies Available


Meets at Chetco Activity Center 550 Chetco Lane, Brookings Visitors Welcome


Calvary Assembly of God 518 Fir St., Brookings 541-469-2631

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

Faith Baptist Church Fundamental Independent

409 Hillside Ave. Unit C, Brookings

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

Living Waters Foursquare Church 1136 Fifield Street, Brookings

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

Pastor Eric Ratliff 541-469-5757

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

For local Baha’i info, please call

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

St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church

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


“A Place Where Lives Are Transformed By Jesusâ€? Here to Gather, Grow, Give and Go! %S3VTT(SFFO 1BTUPS Thursday +S)JHI:PVUI(SPVQQN Sunday Bible Hour ... 9-10 a.m. 4VOEBZ8PSTIJQBN $IJMESFOT$IVSDI EVSJOH$IVSDI8PSTIJQ



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



:9 â&#x20AC;&#x153;Hell from beneath is moved for thee to meet thee at thy coming....â&#x20AC;? :12 â&#x20AC;&#x153;How art thou fallen from Heaven; O Lucifer, son of the morning! How art thou cut down to the ground, which didst weaken the nations!â&#x20AC;? :13 â&#x20AC;&#x153;For thou hast said in thine heart; I will ascend into Heaven, I will exalt my throne above the stars of GOD...â&#x20AC;? :14 â&#x20AC;&#x153; I will ascend above the heights of the clouds; I will be like the Most High.â&#x20AC;? :15 â&#x20AC;&#x153;Yet thou shalt be brought down to Hell, to the sides of the pit.â&#x20AC;? (Isaiah 14: - KJV)

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DEAR ABBY DAUGHTER BETRAYED BY MOTHER STRUGGLES WITH RECONNECTION DEAR ABBY: I have an extensive history of childhood trauma. I was sexually abused by my stepfather for 15 years. When I turned him in, my family turned their backs on me. I was told it could have been handled within the family, and they blamed me for acting “sexy.” My stepfather spent 10 years in prison and died a few years later. I suffer from chronic mental health issues including PTSD, anxiety and suicide ideation, which have landed me in the hospital 10 times in the last two years. My mother wants to have a relationship with me, but she refuses to apologize or acknowledge the abuse even happened. In some ways, the betrayal by my mother has hurt me more than the abuse. I feel guilty for not trying to work on a relationship with her, but on the other hand, I don’t feel my heart can handle any more rejection from her. We live states apart. What should I do? -- SURVIVOR IN WISCONSIN DEAR SURVIVOR: If you haven’t talked about this with a licensed psychotherapist, please do it before making a decision about something this important. I’m not a therapist, but I think

SUPER CROSSWORD it would be healthier for you to keep your distance from someone who prefers living in denial rather than facing reality. At the very least, YOU are owed an apology for the way you were treated by “the family.” You did nothing wrong. The person who should feel guilty is your mother. Blowing the whistle on the child molester she married was the right thing to do. (“Handle it within the family”?!) I can only wonder how many other young family members your stepfather may have abused in addition to you. For everything you need to know about wedding planning, order “How to Have a Lovely Wedding.” Send your name and mailing address, plus check or money order for $8 (U.S. funds) to: Dear Abby, Wedding Booklet, P.O. Box 447, Mount Morris, IL 61054-0447. (Shipping and handling are included in the price.) Dear Abby is written by Abigail Van Buren, also known as Jeanne Phillips, and was founded by her mother, Pauline Phillips. Contact Dear Abby at www. or P.O. Box 69440, Los Angeles, CA 90069. (EDITORS: If you have editorial questions, please contact Sue Roush, COPYRIGHT 2019 ANDREWS MCMEEL SYNDICATION 1130 Walnut, Kansas City, MO 64106; 816-581-7500

TRIVIA TEST 1. GENERAL KNOWLEDGE: Which city will host the 2022 Winter Olympics? 2. ANATOMY: What is a human’s body temperature in Celsius? 3. PSYCHOLOGY: What fear is represented in the condition called spectrophobia? 4. GEOGRAPHY: Which is the only large major city built on two continents? 5. MATH: The Roman numbers MMXIX translate to what in Arabic numbers? 6. ANIMAL KINGDOM: What is a group of lemurs

called? 7. LITERATURE: The character of Miss Moneypenny appears in which novels? 8. TELEVISION: Which animated series features the character Stewie Griffin? 9. MEASUREMENTS: How many yards are in a mile? 10. LANGUAGE: What does the Latin phrase “ars gratia artis” mean?

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* It seems no one can adequately explain why women tend to strike matches away from themselves while men tend to strike them toward themselves. * It may be hard to believe, but there is an official competition to see who can sit in a sauna the longest. The World Sauna Championships have taken place in Heinola, Finland, annually since 1999. The

starting temperature is 110 F, and a liter of water is poured on the stove every 30 seconds. The winner is the last person who is able to leave the sauna without assistance. Competitors participate at their own risk, and they are required to sign a waiver agreeing not to take legal action against the event organizers.

of mammals and birds than are found in all of the contiguous United States and Canada combined.

* Other than being celebrities, what do Woody Allen, Farrah Fawcett, Stanley Tucci, Glenn Close, Richard Attenborough and Kevin Spacey have in common? They’re all pigs. In the Chinese zodiac, that is -- they were born in the year of the pig.

* You might be surprised to learn that Jane Austen’s novel “Pride and Prejudice” was originally titled “First Impressions.” *** Thought for the Day: “Lack of money is no obstacle. Lack of an idea is an obstacle.” -- Ken Hakuta

* The small Central American country of Costa Rica has more species


* The ubiquitous summertime flip-flop sandals are known in Australia as pluggers, are called slops in South Africa and slippers in Hawaii, and New Zealanders call them jandals.


(c) 2019 King Features Synd., Inc.

TO YOUR GOOD HEALTH Use Keto Diet Only in ShortTerm

DEAR DR. ROACH: What is your opinion of the keto diet? I have been doing it for a few weeks now and lost a few pounds, but it goes against everything I usually eat -high quantities of red meat, lots of full-fat foods and dairy. Since I am losing some weight and actually feel better and am sleeping better, I like the short-term results, but I cannot see this as a long-term way of life. I am concerned about all that fat going into my body and clogging my arteries. I exercise every day with Zumba, jogging, etc. -J.P. ANSWER: The ketosis diet favors very large amounts of fat -- 60% to 80% of calories, with 15% to 20% of calories from protein and 5% or less from carbohydrates. The theory is to cause ketosis, a physiological condition of ketones in the blood as a result of high fat intake. It has been used since the 1920s as a treatment for seizures, but

now is used for weight loss. Like every diet, it has both good and bad aspects. On the good side, it is effective at short-term weight loss. However, much of the apparent early weight loss is due to water weight, which is a universal finding on a highfat diet. Weight gain is likely when stopping the diet. It is highly restrictive. Further, many of the foods that you can’t eat on this diet are those that have been shown to be associated with improved health, especially vegetables and most fruits. Most people will have a substantial increase in cholesterol levels (by as much as 50%). The red meat and saturated fat probably present an independent risk of heart disease and cancer (even apart from its effect on cholesterol), although this remains somewhat controversial. I do not recommend the keto diet for long-term use, at all. It may have some benefit in helping with short-term weight loss, but I think there are much healthier alternatives for most people. *** DEAR DR. ROACH: Your

column about the 58-year-old woman who felt like she had oil in her eye reminded me of having a very similar situation. I described it to my optometrist, and he also diagnosed ocular migraine. I wanted another opinion, because the only symptom I had was the oil, no headache or visual disturbances. The ophthalmologist diagnosed blepharitis, or clogged oil glands at the base of my eyelashes. She recommended placing a warm pack of rice in a sock over my eye and then washing the eye area with baby shampoo on a washcloth. I did this for a week or two, and on my visit with her to recheck the eyes, the problem was gone. -- J.P. ANSWER: Thank you for writing. Blepharitis is caused by changes in the meibomian glands, oil glands that are present in both eyelids, often associated with changes in bacteria. I usually see people with this condition noticing red eyes and a gritty sensation. However, you are quite right that it includes blurry vision, and the eye-care professional sometimes can


see an oily or foamy film over the eye. The treatment the ophthalmologist recommended works for most people. Gentle lid massage may help get additional oily material out of the glands. However, antibiotics or other treatments are sometimes necessary. *** Dr. Roach regrets that he is unable to answer individual letters, but will incorporate them in the column whenever possible. Readers may email questions to ToYourGoodHealth@med. (c) 2019 North America Synd., Inc. All Rights Reserved

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


Help Wanted CAREGIVER NEEDED for elderly client. CNA or HHA preferred but not required. Experience and references required. Call 707-457-2310 for interview. CHIEF OF POLICE CITY OF CRESCENT CITY: $89,271 - $111,919 annual salary DOE, plus a great benefits package. The job announcement describing qualifications and a City application and supplemental questions are available at www. Del Norte County Unified School District is testing for the following: Director of Early Education & Development: Annual Salary $58,680 - $73,951 Dispatcher: $14.77 - $18.61 hr. Mechanic: $21.49 - $27.10 hr. Accounting Clerk III: $18.89 - $23.79 hr. Applications will be accepted through Ed Join

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Furniture restorations & new. FB/ Greg Smith Woodworking. 541-469-3744 James Elmer Schauer Tree Service Licensed, bonded & insured. CCB # 215967 541-373-9273


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Staff Services Analyst I/II Del Norte County Probation Department $1,584.78 - $1,834.59 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 Wednesday, August 7, 2019. EEO

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Advertising Assistant The Del Norte Triplicate has an immediate full time opening for an Advertising Assistant. Must have strong computer skills and good time management; must be organized, able to work under deadlines, and detail orientated. We are willing to train the right person. Please send your application and resume to: or stop by the Del Norte Triplicate office at 312 H Street, Crescent City, Ca.



Help Wanted Apply by 8/16/2019 EEO/AA Employer Larborers wanted Call: Jeff @ 541-412-6236 Member Services Representative for Denocos Federal Credit Union 15-20 hrs/wk, flexibility to work additional hrs is required. Willing to train. Employment application available 1244 Glenn Street between 10am-5pm. POLICE OFFICER (Limited Term) Crescent City Police Department : $21.27 - $31.55/hour.


Help Wanted The job announcement describing qualifications and a City application and supplemental questions are available at or City of Crescent City, Human Resources Department, 377 J Street, Crescent City, CA 95531 (707) 464-7483, ext. 233. Application Deadline Monday, August 12, 2019 at 5:00 p.m. REHABILITATION SPECIALIST Local non-profit agency is looking to hire PT staff to provide mental health rehabilitation services to work in a mental health setting with children and their families. BA or AA

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EARN EXTRA MONEY BE YOUR OWN BOSS The Del Norte Triplicate is seeking a person for newspaper delivery in Crescent City. Routes are approx. 1-2 hours a day, 2 days per week, early morning hours. These are independent contracted delivery routes. You must be over 18 with a valid driver’s license, proof of insurance and a reliable vehicle. Must have ability to work with little supervision and provide prompt, efficient service. This is an excellent opportunity to earn extra cash. Approx. $225/ month plus tips. Receive a $100 sign-on bonus!

Interested? For details contact The Circulation Department Ryan or David 707-464-2141



Boats & Motors 2001 Seaswirl 2100 WA Striper. Hard top bridge, trim tabs, 2 downriggers, electric trailer wench w/remote, lots of extras incl., low hours. Excellent condition. $21,000 OBO. 541-469-7916 Drift boat - Fish Rite. Ready to fish, diamond plated, good cond. $4000 OBO. 541-469-5530


Motorcycles 2005 Honda VTX1300 Cruiser. Original owner, garaged, like new, under 16,000 miles. Helmet included. $4,200 541-373-0733 Scooter: 2015 Honda Metropolitan, 117mpg, 2 wheeled, street legal, 49cc, riden less


Trucks than 500 miles. Perfect condition. $1500 firm. 541-661-0619


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Trucks 2000 Dodge V6, R15 PU. 170,133k miles, new tires, new front brakes, 3 caliber’s, TONO bed cover, Rhino liner in bed, serviced transmission, oil, filter, etc., extra fuel tank (20 gal), front end alignment, top and bottom ball joints. Never been in an accident. EXCELLENT condition. $3999 OBO 541-661-2029 2007 Dodge Ram, 6.7 Cummings Turbo Diesel, 4x4 Quad cab, Dually 1 ton. 89,750 mi., $25,500 OBO 541660-0415. Call after 5pm - text 8am - 5pm 2016 Chevy Silverado “High Country package. 30,000 miles, new tires, canopy. $38,000 OBO. Call: 217-714-8239

94 Ranger XLT, 4x4, 222K miles, 4.0 V-6, rebuilt transmission, new brakes, rack and tool box. $3800 OBO 541-412-3816


Domestic Autos 2005 Infiniti G35 Coupe with 80,000 miles, SMOG ready w/Carfax $6,500 OBO, 707-954-4252


Misc/Trade 7ft. Floral Sofa $20 530-521-3016 9 ft. Porta bote and 1 horse power motor. FOUND title. $149 541-247-9093

Bissel programmable robotic vacuum. Model # 1605, see website. W/orig equip. $99 541-661-1004 China cabinet/collectiable display case, 3 glass shelves, 4 glass doors lighted. $149 541-661-4944 Desk, large 6 drawer, dark wood. $20. 541-469-2400 Dining room set, 4 chairs, clawfoot table, Good condition. $50. Will deliver- call: 805-341-3357 Dining table & 4 upholstered chairs. Round glass top, black base, from Barrons. $149 541-469-7735 Dining table & 4 upholstered chairs. Round glass top, black base. From Barron’s. $149. 541-469-7735




5th Wheel trailer hitch. $149 541-813-1211

97 Ford Expedition w/ trailer hitch, $1200. Contact Ron @ 541-254-0782

6ft White laminated shelving unit. Good condition. $30 541-661-5676

Double Recliner Sofa, beautiful, charcoal tweed. Perfect condition $100 Call 805-252-2572 Exerciser, Volt 400 GR Gravity Rider, $50.


Recreational Vehicles 2006 24-ft. BT Cruiser motorhome, Class C. 22,700 mi., slide-out, ent. ctr., awning. New batteries/tires. One owner, good shape! $25,000/obo. 541-425-5376 Ready to Convert! $2,000 OBO 1982 36 ft. Crown Bus Diesel, Cummins big cam, No seats. 541-469-5533


Campers & Trailers 1999 Cameo 30ft camper with one slide, one awning. Everything works, great shape. Ready to go. $5,000 OBO 520-266-2939 2013 18.9 ft. SurveyorForest River Travel Trailer “Cadet”. Like new. Only $13,000!!! 541-469-9704 71214504jP0803

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F150 Ford Pickup, runs great $149. Perfect for TUFF trucks. 707-465-5939 Free Clean Fill Dirt/Gravel Mix No Sod or Vegetation Call 707-465-1899 Full size mattress excellent condition. Leave message at : 541-6618895 $125 George Foreman counter top grill, 14 in grilling area. Excellent condition. $15 541-813-9524 Kayak/w Dbl ended paddle, 2 water tight compartments $99 OBO Call: 541-469-9343 Mower Power Pro, 38” deck, older model but still runs good $149. 541-409-3861 or 541-813-2793 Oak queen headboard and 2 night stands from Barrons. $75 541-251-1888 Old oval cast iron tub 12x24x9 $30 541-469-4948 Poly tank, gas/diesel, Moller model ST2912 Crosslink poly, 29 gal. 43x26x9 $99 OBO 541-469-8450 Presto Pressure Canner w/24 pint jars. $40 541-469-0683 Printer, Pixma 3220, scanner. Compatible w/ Windows and Mac. Like brand new. $30 707-464-9628 Recipe books - Home & Garden “Slow Cooker” & Readers Digest “Food Cures” $26 541-469-7840 Sewing machine, Janome, New Home, like new. $75 OBO. 541-469-9704 Shelving, unassembled & various sizing of pegboards. FREE, you haul. 541-661-5949 Sm. brown wall hugger recliner for RV. $65 OBO 530-640-3031 Sony wireless stereo headset, still in box. New was $350, selling for $149. 707-464-6427

TV, 32 in. Magnavox flatscreen. $50 541-412-0906 Unicorn Raft Brand new in box, never used. $30 707-457-3093

Victorian chair, red upholstery w/walnut frame, good condition. $95 206-307-8691 Vintage Apron, Voile & lace 707-464-6902

Walker, w/ handbrakes and seat. Heavy duty, excellent condition. $50. 707-464-5515 Wall fountain, new outdoor, electric, green cast aluminum Lion. $99 541-247-4477 Wood frame futon, earth colors w/4 pillows. Good condition $149 541-813-1785


Garage Sales Brookings 16429 Hwy 101 So. Sat - Sun 9 am - 2 pm.

Brookings - 1233 Rowland Lane Sat. 9:30 am - 3pm. Yard Sale - some camping gear, lg. igloo ice chest, women’s (M) clothing, boys (age 12 clothing) boy toys, baby girls 1218 mo. clothing, baby items,linens, kitchen and misc. Brookings 1335 Heather Ln. Sat. 9 am Multi family!! High end home decoration, misc. household and lots more!! Brookings - 14481 Oceanview Dr. Aug 3,9,10,16 &17 10 am -2 pm. Moving Sale Everything must go!! Brookings - 15505 Oceanview Dr. Sp. #47 Fri. & Sat. 9 am - 3pm Multi Family Yard Sale Antique walnut buffet,nice women’s clothes (M), Harley Davidson/Dodge Ram leather jacket, ocean themed table lamps, decorative pillows, white shutters, old blue canning jars, curtains, table linens, craft/ office paper, small kitchen appliances, glassware, dishes, buttons, afghans, artwork, baskets, ice chest, puzzles, metal garage storage shelves, lots of fun practical stuff.

Brookings - 615 Chetco Best Estate Sale Ever! From tasteful ocean front home. Art, craft, & sewing supplies, many collectibles. Fun jewelry. Daily 8-2 & 5-7, except Sat. 8-2 & 3-7 till Aug. 15 Brookings - 807 N 2nd St. Fri. & Sat. 9am -4pm. Large family yard sale. Housewares, clothes, toys, collectibles. Too much to list. Crescent City 157 Ninth Street Sat & Sun 9am-4pm Household, misc. yarn & yarn supplies. Lots of items-old & new! Crescent City 240 Arnett Street Saturday 9am-1pm Electronics, sporting goods and much more! Crescent City 2457 Iler Street Fri. & Sat. 9am-4pm Miscellaneous items! Crescent City 730 Endert Street On the corner of Oliver & Endert Street Sat., Aug 3rd 9am-? Crescent City Sat. & Sun. 8am - 4pm 1403 Inyo St. #141 W Clothes, Barbie dolls, lOTS DVDs, CDs & Lots of Miscellaneous Estate Sale in Gold Beach, 94667 Hardtack Rd. Fri. & Sat. 9 am 4pm & Sun. 9am - 3pm (clearance). Tools, antiques, survival supplies, and so much more! Gasquet 251 Forks Placer Mine Rd. Off of Gasquet Flat Rd Aug 3/4 830am-530pm Bertolini Estate Sale Traeger bbq, dyson vac, antique table w/ 6 chairs, tow behind sprayer, utility trailer, air compressor, drill press, tons of fishing stuff. Several chainsaws, large tool box, building supplies, lumber, kitchen aid mixer, new screendoor, craftroom full, canning supplies, crocks, radial saw, retro dresser.

Harbor - 15930 Bay View Dr. Aug. 3 & 4 9am -3pm . NO EARLY BIRDS!! T-Posts and puller, ladies clothes, vintage furniture, Stetson hat, household, and misc. Hiouchi 160 Hawkins Flat Rd on highway 199 Aug 2-3 Fri Sat 9am-? Nice variety of things Loveseat, Vintage white wicker loveseat w/ cushion & end table.$99 707-465-4260 Smith River Self Storage Unit 6 Sat. & Sun. 9am-4pm


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


Nursery & Garden Brush clearing, Field mowing, lawns & hedges. All season clean-up, hauling, roofs, gutters & yards too!! 541-251-4909


Houses Unfurnished Crescent City 5bed/3ba 2story $1500mo + $1500dep. + $600 fuel dep. Available Aug. 1 Ming Tree Property 707-464-3725 Crescent City 1bed/1ba $950/mo No pets/smoking 707-827-5036 3 bedroom, 3 bath house. $2,200/mo. View Home, high end large lot, Ferry Creek Heights. Call Dawnyel 707-218-6445 Large 3 bed/ 2 full bath home with 3 living rooms. Wood floors and a large fenced back yard. Will consider a small dog with deposit. $1800/mo. Call Wendy @ 310-367-8771


RV Space for Rent Trailer space in Harbor, Adult park, no dogs, 30 ft or less, W/G/S paid, access to Port view. $300/month 541-469-5002


Mobile/Manuf. Homes 1 bdrm 2007 park model in super condition. Darling home with everything you may want for your peace and comfort. View, 1 owner, low space rent. $41,500 3 bdrm 1 bath completely upgraded incl. systems, roof, insulation and windows. $44,500. These are in Over - 55 parks. Call Chris @ 541-6610091 for appts. to view. 2 bdrm 1.5 bath, bonus room, shop, storage bldgs. Beautifully upgraded throughout. You won’t find a home in this pristine condition. Call Chris @ 541-6610091 for appts. to view.


Commercial Space Available August 1. First Month’s Rent Free! Office space for rent. $215/mo. Electric incl. Phone and internet access available. Close to restaurants. 541-469-8903/days for viewing and info.


Homes for Sale by Owner Brookings, $365K Must See!!! For Sale by Owner: Beautiful lodge in Cedar Valley. Call: 541-247-4149


Homes for Sale BEAUTIFUL\~ CRAFTSMAN\~ DESIGN\~ HOME 131 Bell Hole Loop Suited to front &/or rear views with a floor plan perfect for work, rest, & play this home has a variation of ceiling heights up to 16’ ft in the great room. Kitchen with GE Monogram appliances, dual motor hood, 36’5 burner, propane cook top, dbl ovens w/warming drawer, granite, maple cabs, island with eating bar. Downstairs master suite, 350 sq ft upstairs bonus, upgraded Millgaurd windows, 3 car garage, huge garden area & more! MLS 20190322 $579,000 Donna Zorn, Agent Ming Tree Real Estate 1000 Northcrest Dr., Crescent City\~ Ph: 707-951-0857 or 464-9741, #01221233\~”TOP PRODUCER” DNC OVER 20 YEARS GORGEOUS OCEANSIDE LOT 17380 Park Spur, Brookings, OR Gorgeous Oceanside lot in a gated community! 1.55 acres located in Brookings on the Oregon Coast. Positioned next to a babbling creek with approx. 400’ of Shigh Creek frontage. It comes with deeded beach access so there will be no fighting for beach parking here! City utilities are available at the lot line. Possible ocean views with a 2nd story home on this beautiful creekside lot. Low Monthly HOA fees. MLS 19409444 $149,000 Jude Hodge, Broker RE/MAX Coast & Country Cell: 541-813-9261 Office: 541-412-9535 www.HomeWithJude .com Major Remodel 2680 US Hwy 199 Crescent City, CA 3bd/2.5ba family home with 784’ shop. Downstairs master bedroom, sewing & mud room. Upstairs guest room w/ balcony, office & huge 2nd master bedroom. Fenced garden, storage shed, large deck. Walk across bridge to listing at 2780 US Hwy 199: 1,800’ “cabin,” a woodworker’s dream shop w/ kitchen, bath, utility, office, gym, & craft room. RV hookup. $455,000 MLS 20190162 Melissa Blackburn Listing Agent BRE# 01073103 707-954-3505 NEWER HOME NEAR DOWN TOWN & BEACHES 6927 Oakwood Court, Brookings, OR Beautiful newer 2018 construction, 3 bedroom, 2 bath with high end stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, a large pantry, tile, custom cabinetry, Konecto high-end moistureproof, scuff-proof, wood inspired luxury vinyl flooring. The master suite has a beautiful en-suite with a walk in closet and oversized shower. A Fenced back yard, and RV parking. Located in a quiet cul de sac just minutes from down town and local beaches. MLS 19635460 $467,000 Jude Hodge, Broker RE/MAX Coast & Country Cell: 541-813-9261 Office: 541-412-9535

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PRIVATE CUL-DESAC LOCATION 731 A Third Street, Brookings, OR 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bath craftsman style home, it is classified as a condo but it is a stand alone home with a private fenced yard and additional parking! Walking distance to nearby Harris Beach State Park. Just a short stroll to restaurants and shopping. Nice kitchen, large dining area, big master suite, master bath has a large walk in closet, walk in shower and a jetted tub. Nicely landscaped and fenced. MLS19454014 $349,000 Jude Hodge, Broker RE/MAX Coast & Country Cell: 541-813-9261 Office: 541-412-9535 www.HomeWithJude .com


OUTRAGEOUS VISTA VIEWS 16320 Campbell Road, Brookings, OR Beautiful home, gated and private, with outrageous vista views of the Chetco River and Mt Emily. A spacious 2600 sq ft, 4 bedroom, 2 1/2 bath home with open concept 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 and raised bed garden. MLS 19399455 $475,000 Jude Hodge, Broker RE/MAX Coast & Country Cell: 541-813-9261 Office: 541-412-9535 www.HomeWithJude .com Outstanding Views! 16897 Crown Terrace Rd., Brookings, OR 3 Suites in this three bedroom, three bath home! 3.82 acres of land is very private in an upscale neighborhood just a few minutes from downtown Brookings. Beautiful high quality finishings such as Myrtle-wood floors, soapstone countertops, 3 on demand water heaters, 3 gas replaces, Brazilian Massaranduba Wood decks, and a long life metal roof. Boat and RV Parking and room to build a shop! Handicap Access. MLS 19387633 $774,900 Jude Hodge, Broker RE/MAX Coast & Country Cell: 541-813-9261 Office: 541-412-9535 www.HomeWithJude .com OUTSTANDING VIEWS! 99847 S Bank Chetco Rd., Brookings, OR Incredible views on 88 Plus acres. Custom built quality log home, 5 bedroom, 4 are master suites, several with oversized walk-in closets, 5.1 bathrooms, and 2 laundry rooms. The main kitchen is spacious with a large walk-in pantry, ss appliances and a gas stove. High ceilings, hardwood floors, custom wood cabinetry, oversized garage, shop and barn with plenty of space for farm animals. This includes an additional 3 bedroom 2 bath home. MLS 19579354 $1,550,000 Jude Hodge, Broker RE/MAX Coast & Country Cell: 541-813-9261 Office: 541-412-9535 www.HomeWithJude .com PANORAMIC\~ OCEAN\~ VIEWS 262 N Pebble Beach Dr. Among the truly coveted beaches in Northern Ca., Pebble Beach Drive in Crescent City, is the most scenic & unspoiled. Imagine waking up to 180 degree ocean views, living & entertaining without compromise in a spectacular beach setting. Upscale home on large corner lot. Spacious 2nd story master suite with terrace, great room/ fireplace & a kitchen for the cooking enthusiast! Too many to mention. You will love this home! MLS 1800241 $799,000 Donna Zorn, Agent Ming Tree Real Estate 1000 Northcrest Dr., Crescent City\~ Ph: 707-9510857 or 464-9741, #01221233\~”TOP PRODUCER” DNC OVER 20 YEARS

ROGUE RIVER WATERFRONT 94304 Wedderburn Loop Road, Gold Beach, OR Waterfront on the famous Rogue River and minutes from ocean waves and beaches! River and Ocean views from this beautiful condo. Fully furnished 1 bedroom, 1 bath, spacious open concept floor plan. High end SS Granite kitchen, tiled bathroom, and new flooring throughout. Includes washer / dryer, and a large storage area. You will never tire of this active view, fishing boats, wildlife, sunrises and sunsets! Vacation rental opportunity. MLS 19464218 $189,000 Jude Hodge, Broker RE/MAX Coast & Country Cell: 541-813-9261 Office: 541-412-9535 www.HomeWithJude .com

SPECTACULAR 170 ACRES! 8300 Bailey Road The Wetherell Ranch is a thriving 170 acre pasture-based dairy farm on the northern California coast providing Grade A milk to the Rumiano Cheese Company. The allJersey dairy has been family owned and operated since 1868. Prime farm land with spectacular Smith River frontage. Organic certifiable. MLS 20190219 $3,700,000 Donna Zorn, Agent Ming Tree Real Estate 1000 Northcrest Dr., Crescent City\~ Ph: 707-9510857 or 464-9741, #01221233\~”TOP PRODUCER” DNC OVER 20 YEARS SPECTACULAR\~ VIEWS OF THE\~ OCEAN 777 S. Pebble Beach Spectacular and unobstructed views of the Pacific Ocean. No expense was spared in the construction of this legendary home. The finest wood imported from S. America, travertine heated tile flooring, and panoramic views from most rooms. An amazing wine cellar greets you in the downstairs media room for all your entertainment needs. The patio offers a breath-taking view of the lighthouse and 150 degrees of rocky coast line. $10,000 bonus to buyers agent with successful offer. MLS 20190136 $999,999 Donna Zorn, Agent Ming Tree Real Estate 1000 Northcrest Dr., Crescent City\~ Ph: 707-9510857 or 464-9741, #01221233\~”TOP PRODUCER” DNC OVER 20 YEARS STUNNING\~ SERENE\~REDWOOD\

RURAL\~ ATMOSPHERE 285 Gasquet Flat Rd. Experience the rural atmosphere of Gasquet! Beautiful & well cared for is this meticulous ranch home on 1 useable acre. Split floorplan with spacious master suite & kitchen open to dining area. Large living room with wood stove. Attached 2 car garage plus detached storage Bldg with shop area, covered wood shed. Circular driveway, mature landscaping. The envy of the neighborhood and even has a little play house for the kids in the back yard and a waterfall. MLS 20190179 $394,000 Donna Zorn, Agent Ming Tree Real Estate 1000 Northcrest Dr., Crescent City\~ Ph: 707-9510857 or 464-9741, #01221233\~”TOP PRODUCER” DNC OVER 20 YEARS SMITH\~ RIVER\~ FRONT1510 Old Gasquet Toll Rd. SMITH RIVER FRONT “WILDERNESS RETREAT FOR SALE, THE MIDDLE FORK RANCH! Endless opportunities! Encompassing 14.62 acres, MFR offers 3 river front guest cabins, “The Ravens Nest”, “The Yurt” & “Rustic Retreat”plus main living quarters, organic gardens, greenhouse, chicken coop, barn etc and a “step back in time”atmosphere. Aerial & interior video by “Humbots”includes exterior/ interior views of all the cabins & main house. MLS 1800241 $3,000,000 Donna Zorn, Agent Ming Tree Real Estate 1000 Northcrest Dr., Crescent City\~ Ph: 707-951-0857 or 464-9741, #01221233\~”TOP


1340 Sandman Rd. Quality built & well appointed throughout, this home features an updated kitchen with granite counter-tops, stainless appliances, lg downstairs master ensuite with walk- in closet, living room has slate fireplace & access to outdoor deck, den (currently 4th bedroom. Hardwood floors/carpet. Attached garage is 796 sq ft and detached garage/shop, 352 sq ft, dog run & well maintained natural landscape with lots of redwoods. MLS 20190323 $479,000 Donna Zorn, Agent Ming Tree Real Estate 1000 Northcrest Dr., Crescent City\~ Ph: 707-951-0857 or 464-9741, #01221233\~”TOP PRODUCER” DNC OVER 20 YEARS Two 3bd/2 ba homes, each over 1600 sq ft. Plus 1200 sq ft shop. Possible owner carry w/ $150k down. $379,5000. 541-698-0268


Acreage Fisherman’s Delight2.7 acre wooded building site, 1 mile to Brookings Harbor. All utilities onsite & paid. Ready to build custom or modular home. Included 36’x24’ metal building with 12 ft. high automatic door, cement floor & loft. Great for boat & fishing gear. Also includes a 2011, 23ft travel trailer. Lots of usable land. $199,000. Price is firm. Owner: 772-828-5719


Public Notices PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING for the adoption of 2019 - 2020 final budget for the


Public Notices Crescent Fire Protection District. The Public Hearing will be held on Monday, August 12th, 2019 at 5:00 P.M. at 255 W. Washington Blvd., Crescent City, CA. The Board of Directors of said Fire District will meet for the purpose of discussing and adopting the Final Budget, and that any taxpayer may appear and be heard regarding the increase, decrease, deletion or addition of any item for the budget. The proposed budget can be viewed @ the same address during office hours of 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday - Friday. Publishing 08/03 T. 7253030 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the County of Del Norte will conduct a public hearing by the Board of Supervisors on Tuesday, August 13, 2019 at 10:55 a.m. in the Board of Supervisor’s Chambers, 981 H Street, Suite 100, Crescent City, CA regarding the below described topic. *** Rezone from C2 and R3 to PC and General Plan Amendment from General Commercial to MultiFamily Residential - The project consists of amending the zoning and General Plan land use designation at 1600 Northcrest Drive. These amendments would cause land use conformance with the current residential use of the property. The property is within the unincorporated Crescent City Urban Boundary and served by public sewer and water utilities. The zoning is currently commercial and residential, and the land use designation is commercial. The proposed zoning would be Planned Community with a Multi-Family Residential (6 to 15 dwelling units/acre) land use designation. Surrounding sites are generally commercial and residential in nature with residential properties located behind the project area. The 1.25-acre property currently contains one house and eight single-family studio units with most of the area undeveloped. The Planned Community buildout would occur in three phases under a use permit, for a total amount of 24 residences allowed with the majority of units proposed in the last phase. Four of the units would be low income rentals. Off-street parking would be provided for each proposed unit. Shared laundry facilities would also be located on-site. R1901/ GPA1901 - APN 116-160-23 located at 1600 Northcrest Drive, Crescent City*** If you are unable to attend the public hearing, you may direct written questions to the County of Del Norte Board of Supervisors, 981 H Street, Suite 200, Crescent City, CA 95531 or you may telephone (707) 464-7204. In addition, information may be obtained at the above address on weekdays between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Kylie Goughnour Clerk of the Board of Supervisors County of Del Norte State of California DATED: July 26, 2019 PUBLISH: August 03, 2019 T. 7253050 DEL NORTE COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVI-

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NOTICE OF INTENT TO SELL ABANDONED MOBILE HOMES Xaa-wan’-k’wvt Village and Resort 12400 Highway 101 North Smith River, California 95567

DIRECT LINES: Becky Watwood . . Skip Watwood. . . . Ruth Wilson . . . . . . Denise Fugere . . . . Alex Carr-Frederick Pat Piper . . . . . . . .

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the following mobilehomes will be sold at a public auction: 1. Year and Make: Width and Length: HUD/Insignia: Last Registered Owner: Amount of Lien: Situs Address:

1970 Statler 24’ wide; 48’ long MH5996 Danielle Hedger $4,900.00 12400 Hwy 101 N., Space 904 Smith River, CA 95567

2. Year and Make: Width and Length: HUD/Insignia: Last Registered Owner: Amount of Lien: Situs Address:

1977 Fleetwood Festival 24’ wide; 54’ long 059918 Nina Huettl & James D. Olson $8,050.00 12400 Hwy 101 N., Space 976 Smith River, CA 95567


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1016 Chetco Avenue • P.O. Box 1077, Brookings, OR 97415 541-469-2143 • 1-800-637-4682 •

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Each mobilehome will be shown at its respective address on SATURDAY, AUGUST 31, 2019 between 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. Bidding for both mobilehomes will begin on SATURDAY, AUGUST 31, 2019 at 3 p.m. and close on WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 2019 at 5 p.m. Bids must be submitted in writing to Julie McHenry at the Xaa-wan’-k’wvt Village and Resort office located at 12400 Highway 101 North, Smith River, California 95567.

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MLS# 18675087

$775,000 MLS# 19469924

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This public auction will be conducted via closed bid. The winning bidder(s) will be notified after all bids have been reviewed. The winning bidder MUST REMOVE THE MOBILE HOME FROM THE PREMISES pursuant to the Civil Code Section 798.73. Xaa-wan-k’wvt Village and Resort has a warehouseman’s lien for storage costs on both units. Please take note that the management may credit bid up to the total amount of the lien pursuant to Civil Code Section 798.56a(e). At any time prior to the sale the owner may recover and remove the mobilehome from the premises upon payment to the management of all charges due, including reasonable costs of storage and other costs awarded by the court pursuant to the Commercial Code Section 7210(c). Additional information about this public auction can be obtained by calling Autumn E. Luna at (707) 464-7637 or by calling the California Department of Housing and Community Development. Publish August 3, 2019 Ad # 252850

1065 Mc Namara Road, Crescent City, Ca. 95531 Phone: 707-464-6856 Fax: 707-464-6451 Page 1 of 1 Unknown contents of the following units. Kailie Marie Jacobsen 1101 Cessna Drive Eric James Capon PO Box 508

Crescent City, CA 95531

Unit Number 1105

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Crescent City, CA 95531

Unit Number 105

Windie Lannett Dewolf 159 Starfish Way, Space#50

Crescent City, CA 95531

Unit Number 136

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Derek Earl Trone P.O. Box 324

Fort Dick, CA 95538

Unit Number 1214

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121 S. Kraft Drive

Crescent City, CA 95531

Unit Number 1275

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Guadalupe Araiza 112 W. 3rd St.

Smith River, CA 95567

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Teri Lynn Morgan

Jon McDowell Napier 1093 US HWY 101 N., #5

Crescent City, CA 95531

Victor Delosangeles PO BOX 6956

Brookings, OR 97415

Eric James Capon PO Boix 508

Crescent City, CA 95531


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Doouglas Grant Koleada

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1615 11th Street


Sacramento, CA 95811

Derek Earl Trone P.O. Box 324

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Fort Dick, CA 95538


Terrence Gokey 1130 HWY 101-S, Space#29

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Crescent City, CA 95531

Eric Antonio Nunez 100 Colonial Court

Crescent City, CA 95531

Unit Number 1222

Kristy Ann Gifford 2051 Northcrest Dr., Sp.37

Crescent City, CA 95531

Unit Number 1236


Pubish: August 3, 7 2019

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states that it intends to adjust the Board of SuSUMMARY OF ADpervisors compensation OPTED ORDINANCE according to cost of living 2019-009 increases between 2007 and the current time. AN ORDINANCE SET- Since 2008, Board COTING COMPENSALAs were tied to elected TION OF MEMBERS officials COLAs. Under OF THE DEL NORTE the California ConstituCOUNTY BOARD OF tion Article XI § 1(b), SUPERVISORS the Board is authorized to set compensation of Pursuant to Governits members, subject to ment Code 25124, the referendum. California following is a summary law further provides that of an Ordinance introboard members may reduced at the Tuesday, ceive benefits no greater July 9, 2019 Board of than the most generous Supervisors’ meeting, schedule of benefits Regular Session, by being received by any the following polled category of nonsafety vote: employees. The Ordinance sets the Bi-weekly AYES: Supervisors compensation of Board Cowan, Howard, Hem- members according to mingsen, Berkowitz, their number of elected Gitlin or appointed terms. The amounts are as follows: NOES: none first term $1462.60; second term 1608.86; This ordinance recogthird term $1769.75; nizes that the Board fourth term $1946.72; of Supervisor salaries fifth term $2044.06; sixth were last updated in term $2146.26. Benefits 2007. The Ordinance are county health insur-


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Public Notices ance, including vision and dental, at a cost of 5% of compensation; dependent covered health insurance at the rates provided in the approved county health plan; county paid term life insurance in the amount of $100,000 plus a year of salary or two (2) years’ salary (whichever is greater); travel and transportation reimbursement as provided in the Del Norte County Code; Retiree Medical Benefits beginning after completion of two full terms or ten (10) years of county service at the rates in the approved county health plan; and membership in the Del Norte County Employees’ Retirement System in the applicable plan based on date of hire. The effective date of the ordinance is 60 days from passage. A full copy of the


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Public Notices ordinance is available for review in the Board of Supervisors office at 981 H Street, Suite 200, Crescent City, CA during normal business hours. A Public Hearing on this Ordinance will be August 13, 2019. Dated: July 29, 2019 Publish: August 03, 2019 Kylie Goughnour, Clerk of the Board Of Supervisors, County of Del Norte T. 252943

PUBLIC NOTICE Notice of Initiation of the Section 106 Process-Public Participation in accordance with the FCC’s Nationwide Programmatic Agreement. U.S. Cellular intends to construct a communications facility at an address TBD Hwy 101 at Minot Creek Rd (T14, R2E, S19), Klamath, Del Norte County, CA (Latitude: N41 35 17.39 and Longitude: W123 59 37.73). The facility will include a guyed telecommunications tower with an approximate overall height of 304 ft. and associated equipment. U.S. Cellular is publishing this notice in accordance with Federal Communications Commission regulations (47 CFR § 1.1307) for Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA) and for the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA). We respectfully request that parties interested in commenting on this Federal undertaking relative to potential


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Public Notices effects on cultural or historic properties or with questions on the proposed facility should contact GSS, Inc., 3311 109th Street, Urbandale, IA 50322; Ph. (515) 331-2103 within 30 days of the posting of this notice. (GSS #W19115)


Public Notices 937 Chetco Ave., Suite A Brookings

STATEMENT Bolman Distributing


The following person/s is/are doing business as: Bolman Distributing 1500 California St Crescent City Ca 95531

Publishing 8/3/19 T. 252930

This Business is conducted by: a limited liability company


The registrant commenced to transact business under the fictitious business name or names listed on: N/A

The following person/s is/are doing business as: Sally’s By The Sea 1070 US Highway 101 N Crescent City Ca 95531 This Business is conducted by: a limited liability company The registrant commenced to transact business under the fictitious business name or names listed on: N/A 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: Savanna Halliwell This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Del Norte County on: 7/09/19 Alissia D. Northrup County Clerk-Recorder B. McCune-Sokoloski Deputy File No. 20192281 Publish: 7/13, 7/20 7/27 8/3 2019 T.71214151


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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: Greg Dillon This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Del Norte County on: 07/01/19 Alissia D. Northrup County Clerk-Recorder B. McCune-Sokoloski Deputy File No. 20190079 Publish: 7/13 ,7/20, 7/27 & 8/3, 2019 T.71214168 EXPAND YOUR REACH on the Wild River’s Coast

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



915 E Washington

0 Sleepy Hollow

9-12, 45 Lakeside Loop

9495 Hwy 101 N

6750 Lake Earl Dr

This 1 acre parcel has lots of trees & is a very tranquil setting. Location, Location, Location. This 2 acre parcel is zoned Walk through the land of giants! One of the last lots in this very C-3 and is located in a high traffic area, last traffic count desirable area of Sandman & Sleepy Hollow. MLS #20190173 data from 2003 shows over 3300 cars a day! Right across Contact Dee $75,000 from Ace Hardware and Wal-Mart at 4 way stop light. 305 Del Monte Access to HWY 101 is less than a 1/4 mile away. Zoning allows for many uses including restaurants, retail, clinics, etc. MLS #20190428 Contact Mary $600,000

Beautiful Lake Front parcel in established neighborhood of custom homes. 1.29 of an acre! Four others available from 0.54-1.20 acres. MLS # 1264476 Contact Mary $45,000- $79,900

Two buildable lots ONE price! Total building site .81 Lot 30 is .48 Lot 31 .33 Build your dream home and one for the family! Acceptable for manufactured homes. MLS #1800499 Contact Dee $84,000

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555 - 557 Reddy

2 bedrm 1 bath cabin on 1 beautiful acre. Great room w/kitchen, dining area, plus living area. MLS #20190318 Contact Mitzi $99,000

Income Opportunity! 1991 Manufactured Skyline home has been divided into two units: back unit is 2 bed 1 bath, front unit is 1 bed 1 bath. Rent one unit, & live in the other. MLS # 20190288 Contact Mickey/Marilyn $179,900

3 Bedroom 1 bath 2 story home with 1890 sq. ft. of living space. Laminate flooring throughout and fenced back yard. MLS # 20190412 Contact Mitzi $199,000

Two parcels up Low Divide Road. One is 65 acres and the other is 15 acres, side by side, being sold together. MLS #61509 Contact Mary $295,000

000 Kraft Dr

285 Lakeside Loop

2 homes on one parcel. Investment property or live in one and have income from the other. Both units have fenced back yards, & storage sheds. MLS #1800512 Contact Mary $254,000

401 Terwer Riffle Rd

200 Sorrel Ridge Rd

Build your home in the trees, and use the pasture land for privacy or for farm animals. Property could be divided and developed. MLS #20190064 Contact Mickey $325,000

A rare find - 5 bedroom, 3 bath home on .54 acre. Master bedroom downstairs and the master bath has a separate tub shower. MLS #1700332 Contact Dee $419,000

Great Business Oportunity! Blackberry RV Park is less than a mile from the Klamath River. 35 Full RV Hookups, & 2 bd 2 bath home. MLS #20190127 Contact Clarrisa $435,000

Want space, privacy and room for everyone? Tucked in the redwoods, completely fenced with a 4 Bedroom 3 bath home with approximately 2700 sq. ft. of living space. MLS #20190350 Contact Clarrisa $495,000

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This 2 bedroom 1 and a half bath mobile has been updated in 2016. Located in a small, private, quiet, and well maintained Senior Park.  Close to Medical facilities, shopping and just 2 miles to the beach.  Has a 13 1/2 x 7 1/2 Sunroom, 10 x 15 back porch, and a 10 x 28 Shed/Workshop with power.  Corner lot with fenced in back yard and sprinkler system.  This is a must see, lots of upgrades to list.  Space rent is $500 and includes, water, sewer and garbage.  Park Approval is needed. MLS #20190406 Contact Clarrisa $55,500

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

Refurbished 5 bed, 2 bath home on over an acre. Redwood grove & fruit trees. In Redwood School Dist.

Home to be Built on 0.76 Acre. Currently could be a built to suit with construction financing built in.

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


Ranch style 3 bedroom, 2 bath home on nearly an acre surrounded by Redwood Trees.

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650 E Washington 12


Spacious 2 bedroom, 2 bath manufactured home on 1.14 acre. Sunroom, large covered deck, & wheelchair ramp.

Port of Brookings Harbor is currently advertising for contractor proposals to install ADA Ramp and sidewalk at the Port Office. The work associated with this project will consist of, but is not limited to, the furnishing of all labor, material, equipment and supervision for the design build installation of concrete ADA ramp and sidewalk. Request for Proposals Proposals must be submitted to the Port Office located at 16330 Lower Harbor Road, Brookings Oregon on or before 4:00 p.m. on August 12, 2019. Note: The Port of Brookings Harbor reserves the right to waive or reject any or all proposals and reserves the right to negotiate with any terms with any selected proposer. Publish: July 27, August 3, 10, 2019 P.253772



3 Bedrooms/1 Bath. Large back yard and would be nice for large family. 1 block from the Pacific Ocean.

MLS# 20190115


Continue to finish and live in or rent out. 1/4 acre and split floor plan. Equity gain opportunity.

MLS# 20190087


Lovely Custom Home 3044sq ft on 2+ acres, 3 bed, 3 bath, bonus room above 575sq ft garage.

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT Sally’s By The Sea The following person/s is/are doing business as: Sally’s By The Sea 1070 US Highway 101 N Crescent City Ca 95531 This Business is conducted by: a limited liability company

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The registrant commenced to transact business under the fictitious business name or names listed on: N/A

Earlene Burley

Broker/Owner • #01479286


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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: Savanna Halliwell This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Del Norte County on: 7/09/19 Alissia D. Northrup County Clerk-Recorder B. McCune-Sokoloski Deputy File No. 20192281 Publish: 7/13, 7/20 7/27 8/3 2019 T.253774

LIEN SALE Wilson-Ow Storage A Lien Sale will be held on August 10, 2019 12:00 noon, with walk-by at 11:30 a.m. at Wilson-Ow Storage, 98121 W. Benham Ln., Brookings, OR 97415, on the following unit: Unit No. #13 Household and Misc. Items belonging to: Lance & Tanya Raiter P.O. Box 6356 Brookings, Or 97415 Richard R. Wilson, Owner Publish: July 20, 27, August 3,10, 2019 P.253778

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