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Warning: Blue-green algae in local waterways

Department of Health & Human Services HUMBOLDT – Local Public and Environmental Health officials are warning recreational users of all bodies of fresh water to avoid contact with cyanobacteria (also known as blue-green algae).  The North Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board in cooperation with the Humboldt County Department of Health & Human Services, Mendocino

HSU to discontinue football after 2018 season

HSU Athletics HSU – Humboldt State University will discontinue its football program after the upcoming 2018 season. The move was announced earlier today, after coaches and players were informed. President Lisa Rossbacher described it as an unfortunate, but necessary, step in addressing the University’s structural deficit and protecting HSU’s core academic mission. She also emphasized

ACRH wants to see what HSU blacked out in The Village document dump

Mad River Union ARCATA – They who hold “The Village” student housing project in low esteem and want it replaced with a less dense alternative are asking for more documents detailing Humboldt State University’s involvement with the developers. A Public Records Act request by Arcata Citizens for Responsible Housing recently resulted in a 369-page document

Humboldt State and developers of The Village are closely coordinating after all

Kevin L. Hoover Mad River Union ARCATA – The proposed “The Village” student housing project will finally reach the City Council June 6 after failing to gain the endorsement of the Planning Commission. The council hearing will be a public culmination of extensive behind-the-scenes preparation by both advocates and opponents – much of it purposefully

Deadlocked Planco punts Village to council

Note: This story appeared in the May 16 edition of the Union. Updates appear at the end of the story. – Ed. Kevin L. Hoover Mad River Union ARCATA – An even-numbered Planning Commission last week deadlocked 2–2 on approval of findings required for The Village student housing complex. But that doesn’t end consideration of

Former HSU Women’s Basketball Coach Carol Harrison passes away

Andrew R. Goetz HSU Athletics ARCATA – Long-time Humboldt State basketball coach and educator Carol Harrison passed away Thursday, May 17. She was 62. Harrison is remembered by the HSU Athletics department as an avid contributor to and supporter of the Green and Gold. “Time flew by whenever I got the chance to sit next

HSU basketball’s Kindall Murie awarded fellowship grant

Andrew R. Goetz HSU Athletics ARCATA – Kindall Murie was an important part of the Humboldt State women’s basketball team’s postseason run this season, but now she is earning recognition for her work off the court. Murie was awarded the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship grant for her outstanding field research work in marine

Blair Zerr drafted by CFL’s Edmonton Eskimos

Andrew R. Goetz HSU Athletics HSU – Former Humboldt State running back Blair Zerr was selected by the Edmonton Eskimos with the 65th overall pick of the Canadian Football League Draft Thursday night, May 3. Zerr, who played for the Lumberjacks from 2014-16, was working out when he got the call. “That night I was

Humboldt State Athletics Accepting Hall of Fame Nominations

Andrew R. Goetz HSU Athletics HSU  – Nominations are now being accepted for the Humboldt State Athletics Hall of Fame Class of 2018. Nominees must have excelled in intercollegiate athletics during their HSU careers, with participation completed through the 2010-11 academic year. The Hall of Fame committee will determine final selection. Worthy candidates will be

Lumberjack Alex Cappa Awaits NFL Opportunity

Andrew Goetz HSU Athletics PHOENIX, ARIZ – On the eve of one of the biggest sporting events of the year, a marathon that lasts three days and is shrouded in mystery and smokescreens. Humboldt State offensive tackle and three-time All-American Alex Cappa prepares to settle in with friends and family before a life-changing pick is

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