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Blue Lake Notes: A pretty good year, despite everything

Blue Lake Notes: A pretty good year, despite everything

Hey Blue Lake –  it’s been a while, I know. As some of you know, I can be found more and more in McKinleyville than Blue Lake these days, and it’s only going to get more so as I begin to transition into becoming a McKinleyville resident over the next six months.  Blue Lake has

Dogtown: Contrast and compare: Arrow and Andy

Week 34. The nights are getting longer and colder. Don’t underestimate the value of a four-legged foot warmer!  If you’ve been considering adding a dog to your household, here are two youngsters that might fit the bill. Five-month-old pups Arrow and Andy both arrived at the shelter in October and offer two quite different personality

Forest committee inspects new parcel, harvest

FOREST FORCE Arcata’s citizen-led Forest Management Committee (FMC) hit the trail(s) in recent weeks to give personal scrutiny to a new asset and the aftermath of a recent harvest. First they traveled to the site of this year’s sustainable forest harvest near Redwood Park. About 18 to 20 acres was harvested of about 340,000 board

DTF quickly cracks couch cushion gun safe

Humboldt County Drug Task Force McKINLEYVILLE – On Friday, Nov. 13, special agents with the Humboldt County Drug Task Force (HCDTF), with the assistance of the Arcata Police Department, Humboldt County Sheriff’s Department, and Humboldt County District Attorney’s Office served a search warrant on a residence in the 1900 block of Elm Avenue in Mckinleyville.  The


Letters to the Editor, November 18, 2010

Racial reckoning “Racial Reckoning with the Environment and Community MASS students” takes place Friday, Nov. 20 from noon to 4 p.m. via Zoom. Link: us02web.zoom.us/j/7274848553. Current Environment and Community Masters students have demanded and arranged a virtual meeting with faculty and administration to ensure the structural and interpersonal racism of the department is substantively addressed.

Red Alert: COVID surge demotes Humboldt, tightens restrictions

State Reassigns Counties Due to Case Surge; Humboldt Assigned to Red Tier The State of California today moved a number of counties into more restrictive tiers in response to the fastest increase in cases and hospitalizations seen since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. Humboldt County has been reassigned to the “red” or substantial tier.