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HSU President Rossbacher responds to the KHSU Community Advisory Board

Mad River Union HUMBOLDT STATE – Humboldt State President Lisa Rossbacher has provided the following response to a letter from KHSU’s Community Advisory Board. The response: **** From: lisaann.rossbacher <[email protected]> To: Tom Hinz Cc: Barbara Boerger Benjamin Winker Geraldine Goldberg Helene Rouvier Jana Kirk-Levine  Jeff Russell  Samuel Dorsey Scott Harris Susie and John Jennings Yadao Inong

Opinion

Letters to the Editor, July 11, 2018

Preserve KHSU  I write in regard to your recent article, plus another informative one (acrnewsfeed.blogspot.com/2018/06/khsu-postpones-pledge-drive-because-of.html), and MRU published letters on the firing of KHSU’s beloved Katie Whiteside, by KHSU General Manager Peter Fretwell (PF) who has been at the station just 15 months. PF is a former conservative talk show host and comes from a

Entertainment

Read the stories of Dell’Arte’s ‘Stories in the Tent’

Dell’Arte International BLUE LAKE – Dell’Arte International in collaboration with the Mad River Union is excited to announce that from over a dozen stories submitted by the Humboldt community, five have been chosen to be adapted at Stories in the Tent at the 28th Annual Mad River Festival. From a story about a man building

Sports

Superfans Valerie and Tamara crowned ‘Crab Queens’

Cowboy night is Saturday, June 30 and all those fans wearing cowboy attire who want to win prizes will be judged by the newly crowned Crab Queens Val and Tam. The Crabs organization has decided to have these two superfans be the official judges for all the costume contests this season. Tamara Clohessy has been

Community

The Co-op Kiosk Chronicles

INTERNET CASUALTY Once a bustling center of information for those looking to hook up with a rental room, a ride or a customer, the North Coast Co-op’s info kiosk was lovingly demolished last week. It is to be replaced by a Zagster bike rental station. As it came down, passersby asked the workers for bits

Multi-Media

Trinidad Memorial Lighthouse, Before and After

On Wednesday, Jan.10, the Trinidad Memorial Lighthouse was moved from the bluff on Edwards Street, where it has stood since 1949, down to the entrance to the parking lot on harbor property owned by the Trinidad Rancheria. For a short video of the move, click here. For a longer video click here. Below are some

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