“We know how people feel,” Rogelio said. “We love that place.”
A celebration of Ken Newell’s life is planned from noon to 4 p.m. on Jan. 28 at the Blue Lake Grange, 110 Hatchery Rd. in Blue Lake.
A rewarding way to help your historical society is to simply volunteer. We are all in this community together, but many of us do not know how we even got here, or why we gathered in the first place.
Most citizens skirted the square entirely, evidently assuming by the massive police presence that it was on “lockdown,” as one passerby was heard to mention.
That leaves just two parcels to be acquired until the 4.3 mile Ridge Trail is fully owned by the citizens of Arcata.
Anyone with insights as to this song’s origins, or the name of the guitar player, please let us know. Those why may be able to discern the lyrics are invited to revise them on our Wiki-Pete-ia page.
While plans won’t be finalized until this week, it looks like the Plaza’s inner core will be made off-limits so as to prevent people climbing up McKinley.
“It was under my lemon tree for probably a month before he gave it to me,” Sanborn said. Somehow, the audio on the tape survived its time exposed to the elements.
If you don’t know where or what the Craftsman’s Mall is, that’s because the sprawling complex of motley buildings is tucked away on the dead-end of south St. Louis Road.
The Arcata Community Recycling Center (ACRC) has lost recyclables from the greater Arcata area as the county will send them elsewhere in anticipation of ACRC’s self-announced mid-January closure.