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Letters To The Editor Through May 19, 2014

Letters To The Editor Through May 19, 2014

Elect a future-focused BOS There are some good candidates in this year’s Board of Supervisor’s race. Interactions during debates and community forums give them the chance to zero in and respond to the issues most important to us, their constituents. This year the immediate concerns seem to be safety within our communities, adequate law enforcement,

Waiting For A Miracle: A Benefit For Steve Watts

ARCATA – Friday, May 16, Passion Presents and Humboldt Brews host “Waiting For A Miracle: A Benefit for Steve Watts,” featuring a silent auction, live music and more. The event will be held at Humboldt Brews, 856 10th St., Arcata, beginning at 6 p.m. Families are welcome until 9:30 p.m., at which point the venue becomes 21+, with valid ID.

Rad Grads Fling Caps, Dump Cats, Mattresses

Union Staff Report/HSU Press Release ARCATA – Humboldt State University will unleash some 2,200 students into the job market at this Saturday’s Commencement ceremonies Saturday, May 17 at the Redwood Bowl. And unless history has taken a sudden turn, those students will, like those who preceded them, launch into the world charged up with knowledge

Arcata Mainstreet/Greenway Unveils 24th Annual Oyster Festival Poster By Bryan Buswell

ARCATA – The 2014 Arcata Bay Oyster Festival poster has been released. It features an illustration by artist Bryan Buswell. Bryan Buswell was raised amongst the horses and pines of Placerville California. From a young age both his parents and grandparents encouraged his innate artistic ability and creativity. At 20 he moved to Santa Cruz

Seniors Peeved At Plaza Point

Kevin L. Hoover Mad River Union ARCATA – Designed from the ground up as an idyllic home for senior citizens, Arcata’s Plaza Point is proving less than ideal for some residents. Over recent months, complaints have mounted over shortcomings of the building, the management company’s policies and style, problems with utilities and amenities, even the

Arrest in Burl Poaching Case In Redwood National And State Parks

Redwood National and State Parks Press Release National Park Service and California State Parks Law Enforcement Park Rangers and Investigators working cooperatively have concluded a year-long investigation leading to the arrest and charges of felony Grand Theft (CA PC 487(a)), Vandalism (CA PC 594(a)), and Receiving Stolen Property (CA PC 496(a)) against Danny E. Garcia

Skate Park, AHS Get Grants From Coast Central

HUMBOLDT – Six community grants totaling $50,000 have been awarded by Coast Central Credit Union. This was announced recently by Dean G. Christensen, the credit union’s President/CEO. To date, the credit union has awarded $650,000 to 52 community organizations.  As part of its Community Investment Program, the credit union’s volunteer Board of Directors approved the

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