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Jack Durham: Final Edition – Thank You For All Your Support

Jack Durham: Final Edition – Thank You For All Your Support

Jack Durham McKineyville Press Editor & Reporter I always imagined that putting out the final edition of the McKinleyville Press would be a gloomy affair. The last edition would come out after the paper’s advertising line had withered away to the point that the business was no longer profitable. I’d put the paper to bed

Events This Week

DEMS MEET The Humboldt County Democratic Central Committee will meet Wednesday, Oct. 9 at 7 p.m. at Democratic Headquarters, 129 Fifth St., Eureka. After introductions and brief comments by guests, the business of the committee will be conducted. Reports will be heard from reporting sub-committees: Community Outreach and Voter Registration, Ways and Means, Campaign Services,

When The Natural Environment Was An ‘Eyesore’

Kevin L. Hoover Mad River Union Note: Two weeks ago, the City opened McDaniel Slough to the bay for the first time in 120 years. The previously landlocked wetlands will now complete its transformation from cow pasture to tidal estuary, and will again serve as habitat for birds, fish and nature-loving humans.  The environmental turnaround

Your Bigger, Better Local Newspaper – The Mad River Union

Mad River Union Welcome to the first edition of the Mad River Union. As you know, the Union includes the combined forces of the former Arcata Eye and McKinleyville Press. More importantly, it represents a union with the Northern Humboldt community. The mission of the Mad River Union is to inform, entertain and empower readers

Mad River Parkway Opens For Business

Kevin L. Hoover Mad River Union VALLEY WEST – On Sept. 4, the Arcata City Council accepted the final map for the Mad River Parkway Business Center, a new-from-the-ground-up commercial, multifamily residential, and light industrial development adjacent to a future city park with public access to the Mad River. But the real excitement came last