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Teen sustains major injuries after car rolls near Crannell

Teen sustains major injuries after car rolls near Crannell

Mad River Union CRANNELL – A 17-year-old Trinidad woman received major injuries when the car she was driving flipped over at about 12:15 p.m. today, June 11 on U.S. Highway 101 south of the Little River Bridge. Iya Sol Ortiz-Beck was traveling southbound on U.S. Highway 101 in the fast lane at about 65 mph

DBA, Fictitious Business Name Statements, Humboldt County

In planning your placement of future legal notices in Humboldt County publications, please consider doing so in the Mad River Union (adjudicated as a Newspaper of General Circulation on Nov. 1, 2013 by Humboldt County Superior Court Judge W. Bruce Watson, Decree No. CV130613). Of the publications vying for your public notice dollar, you won’t

Fictitious Business Name Statements, Petition to Change Name and other Legal Advertising In Humboldt County

In planning your placement of future legal notices in Humboldt County publications, please consider doing so in the Mad River Union (adjudicated as a Newspaper of General Circulation on Nov. 1, 2013 by Humboldt County Superior Court Judge W. Bruce Watson, Decree No. CV130613). Of the publications vying for your public notice dollar, you won’t

Arcata Fire receives an off-road Gator

Arcata Fire District ARCATA/MCKINLEYVILLE – The Arcata Fire District has recently taken delivery of a new John Deere Gator. This all-terrain vehicle will be used to fight fires in areas not accessible by a traditional fire engine such as local forests, beaches and community trail systems. It carries equipment for both fire and rescue.  This new

Arcata, county look at ways to reduce greenhouse gas emissions

Freddy Brewster Mad River Union ARCATA – On Monday, May 20 the City of Arcata, along with representatives from the Humboldt County Planning Department, held a public workshop forum to brainstorm ideas to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in Arcata. There was one central question posed to the nearly 30 attendants and that was “what

Company rep: Fish farm grades high on ‘environmental scorecard’

Daniel Mintz Mad River Union HUMBOLDT – A representative of a Norway-based aquaculture company described a land-based fish farm facility planned for Humboldt as one that will emit clean discharge, virtually eliminate the risk of escapes and disease, and won’t use GMOs, antibiotics or hormones.  Humboldt County is poised to become the capital of aquaculture

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