Mad River Union ARCATA, April 1 – With the no-no signs at the Plaza’s edge now serving as a basic guide to the pleasures available there – smoking, drinking, biking and dogging, a legal loophole now allows downtowners to use the town square as an open-air restroom for human and canine companion alike. A…
SAFE AND SEXY, APRIL 1 – Locals seamsters and seamstresses have mobilized to create protective gear for healthcare professionals battling the Coronavirus plague. And in doing so, they’ve elevated the normally utilitarian medical garb to a fashionable new level. Above, a Mad River Community Hospital anesthesiologist models a fetching body suit that fuses safety and style as never before. Submitted photo
The orders to stay at home allow residents to get outside and go for walks or bike rides for both mental and physical health, and the City encourages residents to plan those activities at home and as close to home as often as possible.
March 31, 2020 – Six New Cases of COVID-19 Confirmed Today Six new COVID-19 cases were confirmed today, bringing the total number of cases to 27 since the first positive diagnosis of a Humboldt County resident in late February. Three of the 27 cases are believed to be community spread. All other active cases are…
The station brownouts will last for eight days and will rotate through each station, beginning with the Mad River Station. District finances will no longer allow for the daily expenditure of overtime that is required to keep all three stations simultaneously open.
“This year, since no one can go out to see the Kinetic madness, everyone can participate from home instead.” says Rutabaga Queen, and Kinetic Universe Board President Kati Texas.
Starting Wednesday, April 1, one of our three stations will close. In an effort to gather critical information to evaluate which station shall be permanently closed, the Fire District Board of Directors has opted to experiment with rotational station closures on a weekly basis.
“The community is coming together as it should,” he said. “It’s been refreshing to see this many county, state and local government entities from a whole host of backgrounds, come together to manage an incident none of us have ever really trained for.”
March 27, 2020 – Two Additional COVID-19 Cases Confirmed Humboldt County Public Health HUMBOLDT – Two additional cases of COVID-19 were confirmed today, bringing the total to 14 local cases since the outbreak began. Cases 11 through 14 are currently under investigation, with additional information expected next week. Case number five, confirmed on March 24,…
The first 1,250 collection tubes were produced in the microbiology and biotechnology facilities on HSU’s campus by a team that included Microbiology Laboratory Preparator Benjamin Schafer, Core Facility Coordinator Dr. David Baston, Biological Sciences Faculty members Jianmin Zhong and Amy Sprowles, Chemistry Associate Professor Jenny Cappuccio and Wildlife Associate Professor Daniel Barton.