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Dogtown: Stevie’s fit for fun, Colt redefines friendship

Dogtown: Stevie’s fit for fun, Colt redefines friendship

Week 26. I hope everyone reading this is safe from the fires. What a scary time this is! I spent last Friday afternoon driving animal care supplies from the County Shelter down to the fairgrounds in Ferndale where Animal Control is setting up for evacuees. Our volunteers are on standby to come care for any

Trinidad Tidings: Coastal Festival is now virtual; council discusses trail connections

The Dispersed Trinidad Coastal Festival planned for Saturday, Sept. 26 and featured in last week’s column, has been changed to a virtual event which visitors can enjoy on the Trinidad Coastal Land Trust Facebook page. The Trinidad Coastal Land Trust together with its multiple partners in the California Coastal National Monument Gateway group is dedicated

Dedication, imagination made Arcata Main Street’s virtual 2020 Oyster Festival happen

Shoshanna Arcata Main Street ARCATA – June 20 seems like such a long time ago! I had been originally set to run the Flupsy (which is a bed of baby oysters) Kids Zone at the Arcata Bay Oyster Festival for 2020 as I had done in 2019. As the pandemic loomed we first did away

City of Arcata, RCAA start Spartina extraction at the Marsh Friday

Spartina removal helps fulfill wetland mitigation requirements for the construction of Arcata’s portion of the Humboldt Bay Trail. “Wetland mitigation” helps to enhance, restore or preserve wetlands that have been subject to unavoidable wetland impacts, and this project will help to enhance the native salt marsh habitat.