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
“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.
Arthur Marlan Stover was born on the Hooker sheep ranch, now Stover Ranch, in Redwood Valley on April 21, 1920. Delivered by his grandmother and weighing only three pounds, he was kept in a shoe box stuffed with lamb’s wool and raised on goat’s milk with an occasional drop of whiskey. As a very young…
At Home Learning programs for grades 6-12 start Monday, March 30, from Monday through Friday at 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. These daily free-over-the-air broadcasts will feature the best in public media science, history and other educational programming.
We are continually assessing our ever-changing environment and will make adjustments as necessary which will be promptly communicated.
There has been a significant increase in demand for groceries as a result of the recent stay at home orders, and implementing proper food storage methods is a simple way to help households save money and decrease the amount of food going to waste.
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Ray Olson & Moonlight Macumber Mad River Union ARCATA – It’s a great time to take a stroll in the Arcata Community Forest because the trilliums have begun their annual bloom-a-thon, thus indicating that the Spring Equinox is near! The earliest flowers were spotted during the first week of March, and they won’t last long. Trilliums…
Six times a year, McDowall gingerly wades into the most remote recesses of the forest to observe the owls’ behavior, check their health and note any arrivals or departures. Last week he mounted the first survey of the year in the Jacoby Creek Forest, looking for a nesting pair he first discovered in 2017.