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Making the graphics grade

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Brookings-Harbor High School sophomore Hunter Niedens takes his Adobe Photoshop certification test. The Pilot/Jef Hatch
Five students were back at Brookings-Harbor High School on Monday, June 10, to take certification tests for Adobe Photoshop photo editing software and Adobe Premiere Pro video editing software.

The Adobe programs are the standard for the graphic arts industry and are so powerful that they have many features that some professionals will never touch.

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Raising funds for lighthouse

If a night of rousing sea shanties is your thing, the St. George Reef Lighthouse Preservation Society has a treat in store for you.

If supporting a good cause is more your thing, then you’re still in luck.

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Tolowa Dunes: Mountain biking: Exploring without major hills to climb

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Mountain bikers head for a forested dune in the northern section of Tolowa Dunes State Park. Photo courtesy of Harper Kaufman
With miles of former ranch roads providing a nice gravel base for trails, Tolowa Dunes State Park is a great place for a moderately difficult mountain bike ride.

A perfect place to start is the 3.5 mile Ridge Trail, which connects Kellogg Road and Pala Road, visiting the historic Tolowa village site and cemetery of Yontocket en route.

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Veteran welcomes return of statue

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ABOVE: Brookings resident Bill Farrell, who served eight years in the U.S. Marine Corps, left the blackened remains of his statue in the ashes of a house fire 22 years ago, thinking it was worthless. The Pilot/Jef Hatch
Bill Farrell’s statue, “...but not forgotten,” was exactly that after his home burned down in Laguna Beach on April 17, 1991.

The Brookings man didn’t have time to think about it at the time, as he was trying to escape the flames that were devouring his plaster and lathe home.

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Breathing the last breath of high school

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Brookings-Harbor High School seniors hold up signs during performance of the song “Time of Our Lives.” The Pilot/Bill Schlichting
A total of 111 young people took their first deep breath as high school graduates Saturday during the 2013 Brookings-Harbor High School commencement ceremony at Elmer Bankus Stadium.

The first breath came in the 90-degree heat after Brookings-Harbor School District Superintendent Brian Hodge declared the group high school graduates. At that point, the graduates released Silly String and threw their mortar-board caps into the air in celebration. This was followed by families and friends coming down to offer congratulations and hugs.

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