Humboldt Roller Derby came out determined to win, putting together possibly their best effort yet. As Kerry “McNasty” McNally said, “we dragged them to the deep end of the pool, and then we held them underwater!”
I called and the gentleman said that he had hired some individuals to take things to the dump for him, the day before. I explained that the area under the No Dumping sign at this location was not the dump.
The concept of selling water was floated a few years ago, when a company proposed barging it to southern and central California in what was described as giant “water bags.” The idea was roundly opposed and the proposal sank like a rock.
Wear your bike helmet, use the proscribed bike lanes in the right direction, get to know your neighbors, be sensitive to others, watch your drinking, beware of those who wish you to do something illegal, study hard, do not litter and enjoy all that nature has to offer.
Nick and Doty, Fieldbrook
We don’t have to choose one option or another in putting our water to use; we could potentially do them all: increase in-stream flows to enhance Mad River fisheries, develop aquaculture, build a new recreational lake, or transport water within the district or outside it.
Eureka, James and Amy
You have passed after a long battle with life. We wish we had had more time with you.
Nuns in drag. Good. Playing softball. Better. For the Arcata Community and Sunny Brae forests. Best.
Carol Howard, who serves as co-producer, first assistant director and all-around problem solver, said the film is a “90-scene epic Monty Pythonesque comedy.”