Author Archives: Kevin Hoover

Trinidad Tidings: Trinidad has big discussion on crime

Trinidad Tidings: Trinidad has big discussion on crime

County Sheriff Bill Honsal led a “Coffee with the Cops” discussion last week in Trinidad Town Hall. He introduced Sheriff’s Deputy Luke Mathieson and Deputy Patrick del Rosario, the men who spend most of their time in Trinidad addressing Trinidad’s safety needs, and they spoke too. Sheriff Honsal also introduced Neighborhood Watch advocate Ginger Campbell,

Feds declare salmon fishery disasters

Daniel Mintz Mad River Union HUMBOLDT –  California’s 2016 and 2017 commercial ocean salmon seasons have been declared as federal fisheries disasters, one of many declarations for the state and the rest of the West Coast. Declared by the U.S. Secretary of Commerce late last month, the West Coast fisheries disasters include the Klamath River

Blue Lake Notes: We should all try to be more like Calen Ponte

Sometimes life gets a little busy and time gets forgotten. I apologize to all my readers that I didn’t have a column last week – and with so much going on over the weekend! It was a very busy weekend for Blue Lake, and some wet weather interspersed in there as well. There are aways

Fly the friendly skies from ACV to Denver

UNITED AIRLINES ANNOUNCES NEW NONSTOP SERVICE FROM HUMBOLDT COUNTY TO DENVER INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT Fly Humboldt United Airlines, the Redwood Region Economic Development Commission announced today that United will begin nonstop service from Humboldt County (ACV) to Denver International Airport (DEN) starting June 7, 2019. First Departure On June 7, 2019 Tickets will be available for

Humboldt emergency notification systems you should know about

Humboldt CERT HUMBOLDT – Would you like to be notified in the event of a major emergency in your area? Emergency notification is offered by the Humboldt County Office of Emergency Services (OES), along with the cities of Arcata, Eureka and Fortuna, and both Humboldt State University and College of the Redwoods, which are set

Sloppy Zehndner paper fails to support its narrative

These interns rely on “guilt by association” throughout their paper, and draw an unsupported conclusion that Mr. Zehndner’s “history reflects him to be an opportunist who took advantage of the Indian indenture system in California.” According to the article, the most damning information about Mr. Zehndner seems to be that a 7-year-old girl named “Lucy”

Four-day ABC hearing details charges against Sidelines, Toby & Jack’s

Kevin L. Hoover Mad River Union EUREKA/ARCATA – A four-day administrative law hearing into alleged drug violations at two Plaza bars took place week before last in a conference room at the Eureka DHHS office, directly over a Domino’s Pizza outlet. During the hearing, an undercover officer for the state’s Dept. of Alcoholic Beverages Control

Michael Winkler: The McKinley statue is a needed reminder of moral failure and success

I want to explain why I as a member of the Arcata City Council have consistently supported the right of Arcata citizens to directly vote on the McKinley statue and why I support Measure M to keep our statue on the Arcata Plaza. The McKinley statue and President McKinley himself are in many ways the direct

McKinleyville may get two roundabouts

Jack Durham Mad River Union MCKINLEYVILLE – If funding is available, two roundabouts may be constructed on Central Avenue in McKinleyville, one at Bella Vista Road north of the Six Rivers Brewery, the other at Murray Road near the Renner Petroleum station. Humboldt County Public Works Director Tom Mattson told the McKinleyville Municipal Advisory Committee

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