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Authorities: Piles of dead cows, dogs without water at Christie Ranch

Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office ARCATA BOTTOM – During a five month investigation into large-scale animal cruelty complaints about properties owned by or associated with local rancher Raymond Frank Christie, Humboldt County Sheriff’s deputies observed bovine bones and carcasses in/near waterways, as well as, areas on the properties where cattle were being contained with little to

Big Bottoms pot plant planned

Kevin L. Hoover Mad River Union ARCATA – For years, Sun Valley Floral Farms has been asked whether they’d get into the cannabis cultivation business once the drug was legalized. The answer has been, consistently and adamantly: no. That’s still the case, despite what might seem like an ideal and highly profitable extension of the

‘The Village’ EIR posted, Planco takes project up Nov. 28

Kevin L. Hoover Mad River Union ARCATA – A couple of large housing projects – one for students, the other for seniors and others – have reached the stage of environmental review and imminent Arcata Planning Commission hearings. The Village The Environmental Impact Report for The Village, a large new student housing complex first announced

Obituary: Angelina Marie Zanotti, 1921-2017

Angelina Marie Zanotti was born on September 5, 1921 to Silvia and Antonio Bettazza and passed away on July 18, 2017. Angelina immigrated from Mura, Italy to USA with her mom Silvia and her baby sister Mercedes to join her father Antonio in Humboldt County.  She arrived at Ellis Island on Sept 7, 1923 at

Do-gooders de-grossify Godwit destination

Kevin L. Hoover Mad River Union ARCATA BOTTOM – The old Demello place on V Street between Samoa Boulevard and Old Samoa Road has come to woe after its sale to Caltrans four years ago. Left vacant, the once-proud Arcata ranch house has fallen prey to trash dumpers and graffiti vandals, the eyesore causing concern among

Danco’s Creekside Homes project under initial review

Kevin L. Hoover Mad River Union ARCATA BOTTOM – Danco Communities’ Creekside Homes housing project project has arrived for consideration at Arcata City Hall. A six-page summary of the project is being circulated among relevant city departments and citizen committees for evaluation and comment. That feedback could be incorporated into the actual project application, which

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