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Friday, Oct. 19, 2018


* The Beachfront Park Labyrinth Project Committee has selected a design created by Lars Howlett for its project in Crescent City. The design, inspired by a Baltic wheel, symbolizes a tree. It will be approximately an eight-circuit design and 50 feet in diameter allowing for wheelchair access. The committee is working with Crescent City City Manager Eric Weir and Planner/Engineer Kevin Tupman to make the project a reality.


* The 14th annual Halloween Dance and Costume Contest is on tap for Saturday at the Veterans Memorial Hall on H Street in Crescent City. The event will benefit the Crescent City Downtown Divas. Doors open at 9 p.m. and individuals must be 21 or older. Cost is $30 at the door.


* The Area One Agency on Aging will hold a pair of workshops for those who have been notified that United Health Care will no longer offer Medicare Advantage plan coverage. Both those workshops will be in Eureka, but Del Norte County residents can call 707-444-3000 to get more information.


* Del Norte High’s theater department is presenting “Ten Ways to Avoid the Zombie Apocalypse” today and Saturday, starting at 7 p.m. in the school’s multi-purpose room. The hour-long production is a comedy. Cost is $5 at the door.


In sports news:


* First place in the Big Four Conference is on the line tonight as Del Norte High’s football team travels to Eureka to take on the undefeated Loggers at Albee Stadium. Del Norte is 7-1 overall this season, and both teams are 1-0 against conference foes. Listen to the game live, starting with the Warrior Pregame Show, starting at 7:05 p.m. at KPOD 97.9 or


* Brookings-Harbor High’s football team looks to bounce back tonight, traveling to Medford to battle Cascade Christian in a league game starting at 7 o’clock. The Bruins fell last week to St. Mary’s, but are 6-2 overall this year.


* The Del Norte High volleyball team closed out its regular season Thursday, handling Fortuna at home in three straight sets.