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Arcata's Park Rangers Rove The Forests' Far Corners – April 15, 2010

At one trash-infested site on the Campbell Creek watershed – an area cleaned out with great effort by Arcata High School students last year and already re-ruined – Stonebarger leaves a business card and written warning on a tent. If the gear is still there the next day, he’ll take it away. As to the enduring mystery of how campers have the energy to carry weighty equipment and food containers uphill into the woods, but neglect to take the emptied or disused materials out when they leave, he has no answers.

KHSU Spring Membership Drive Starts This Friday, March 19

HUMBOLDT – KHSU is counting on the love of its members to raise $120,000 during the Spring Membership Drive, which starts this Friday, March 19. In return, some of the public radio station’s hosts are showing love for their listeners by extending or otherwise celebrating their shows in different ways. Throughout the drive, March 19

Ross Rowley: Whether you start out or end up at Toni’s depends on your vintage, not your overall rock & rolledness – March 13, 2010

There is a rock and roll adage that goes, “It is better to burn out than to just fade away.” Neil Young wrote that line in his song, “My, My, Hey Hey (Out of the Blue)” in reference to self-destructive 1970s punk rock icon, Johnny Rotten from the Sex Pistols and perhaps his own lackluster

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