While back editions of the Arcata Eye and Arcata Union are available on microfilm in the HSU Library, searchable text is far more useful.
Faculty eulogized Kang for his academic rigor, scholarship, enthusiasm and heavy course loads.
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.
He’s not particular as to their condition. New, well-loved, distressed… as long as it’s a lava lamp, or part of one, he’ll take it. Sometimes newfound bits and pieces can be adapted to incomplete units, making them whole again.
An editorial on the paper’s website states that Hoopa Valley Tribal Chairman Leonard Masten Jr. made the decision to close the newspaper, citing financial problems and displeasure with recent coverage of cannabis issues.
The administration had no choice but to heartily reinstate our class for the upcoming year. We did it.
I wrote a story for the Arcata Eye (May 23, 2007) about my friends’ and my stands and then I was awarded a Kohl’s “Kids Who Care” award for helping my community two years later.
County-wide, results from sales are trickling in. Of the 11 stands that have responded with their sales figures, 1,037 glasses of lemonade were sold for a net profit of $1,364.50.
How can we provide a public toilet in Arcata, successfully?