As APD staff communicated with the male and waited the arrival of mental health personnel, the male became increasingly agitated and attempted to ignite the fuel.
Nearly 450 growing marijuana plants, two pounds of processed marijuana, one pound of concentrated cannabis and nearly an ounce of psilocybin mushrooms were seized.
2:47 p.m. Perhaps excited out of their wits at the thought of baking pans and five-cent lamps, people left their cars in no-parking zones en route to a garage sale.
The DA said the problem is a personnel issue, which requires confidentiality.
There is suspicion that there’s been theft of restitution fees paid to the court system in cash, the DA said.
The letters above more or less reflect community reaction to the loss of Cypress Grove Chevre’s (CGC) dreams of an Arcata goat dairy. It’s such a stain on Arcata that one can’t help but wish for a chance at redemption. Redemption doesn’t mean approving the project. It might mean rejecting the goat dairy for good…
Note: With citizens wondering whether Arcata might still have any chance of hosting Cypress Grove Chevre’s goat dairy, we asked Mayor Susan Ornelas and Third District Supervisor Mark Lovelace if, in the weeks since the project was canceled, they had contacted the company to try and salvage it for Arcata. Below are their responses. –…
The Humboldt Woodworking Society invites all community members who love wood to the 22nd annual WoodFair, Saturday and Sunday, July 9 and 10, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Almquist Lumber, 5301 Boyd Rd.
Were it not for the intensive use and processing of dairy products, this land would have been converted to residential infill long ago.
10:17 p.m. A slacker debauch on Sixth Street was sullied by various forms of licentious abandon, including people talking loudly and either “drums or drumming.”