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Dogtown: Good news – shelter pups find their forever homes

Dogtown: Good news – shelter pups find their forever homes

Lots of activity at the shelter this past week! Long-time resident Rose, a frisky one-eyed Bulldog, found a home with friends of the shelter that live in Klamath Falls.  Before Rose had even made it all the way to her new home she had helped out her new owner. Rose charmed an Oregon Highway Patrol

HSU warns of suspicious person

HSU Campus Safety Bulletin: Suspicious Individual The University Police Department is advising the Humboldt State University community to be on the alert for a suspicious individual. In May 2018, 22-year-old Jesus Alonso (photo), who is not an HSU student, is suspected of being involved in an armed robbery during an illegal drug sale on campus.

Letters to the Editor, September 19, 2018: This land is everyone’s land

Yes on Measure M My name is Lisa (Lytle) Morehouse. Arcata has always been home; it holds my roots. My family moved to Arcata in 1968 and I have lived here 50 years. I grew up poor in a trailer park in town. I bore my children here; my father died here. I have volunteered

At The Market: ‘Learn as I go and expand as I can’

Lou Schipper is one of the newest farmers at the Arcata Market. He’s been farming for two years but this is his first year on the Plaza. His booth, Schipper Family Farm, was filled last Saturday with lemon cukes so delicious you could eat them like an apple, squashes, cherry, Roma and heirloom tomatoes, peppers,

Additional resources for Lawson case

Mad River Union ARCATA – Detectives are re-investigating every lead previously brought forth in the stabbing death of David Josiah Lawson on April 15, 2017, and they’re pursing new leads as well. Arcata City Manager Karen Diemer outlined the Arcata Police Department’s ongoing efforts to solve the homicide case in a memorandum recently provided to

It happened in Stabby Brae… or did it?

MYSTERIOUS INCIDENT Sirens blared to a halt at 801 Crescent Way in Sunny Brae Thursday morning just after 4 a.m. as Arcata Police and Arcata Ambulance responded to a reported stabbing. That’s what the dispatcher said on the scanner, anyway. The next day, APD said the matter was a mutual assist for the Humboldt County