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McKMAC forms two forward-looking committees for beautification and betterment

McKMAC forms two forward-looking committees for beautification and betterment

Jack Durham Mad River Union MCKINLEYVILLE – McKinleyville is taking a two-pronged approach to improving both the appearance and functionality of its main entryways and thoroughfares. The McKinleyville Municipal Advisory Committee voted unanimously July 31 to create two separate ad hoc committees – one charged with quickly coming up with solutions to mow grass, pickup

KHSU partners with Sacramento’s Capital Public Radio

Humboldt State University press release, August 9, 2019 Humboldt Signs Short-Term Agreement for KHSU, Looks to Future Humboldt State University has recently signed a short-term, interim agreement with Capital Public Radio in Sacramento for programming assistance with KHSU Public Radio. The agreement allows KHSU to continue airing national and state programming as the University considers

Trinidad Bay Art & Music Festival: two weekends in the seaside village

Mad River Union TRINIDAD – The Trinidad Bay Art & Music Festival takes place over the next two weekends in the seaside village of Trinidad. Tickets for the following concerts can be purchased at TBAMFest.com. Marimba Masterworks Nonoka Mizukami performs on Friday, Aug. 9 at 8 p.m. at Trinidad Town Hall, 409 Trinity St., Trinidad.

HBMWD to temporarily reduce, cut water supply for maintenance three times starting next Wednesday

Kevin L. Hoover Mad River Union NORTHERN HUMBOLDT – The Humboldt Bay Municipal Water District (HBMWD) will reduce and cut Northern Humboldt’s supply of Mad River water three times in the next several months to conduct maintenance on its aquifer well water collectors. A formal announcement is expected soon. Water customers are expected to be

KHSU’s road map taking shape – announcement to come Friday

Kevin L. Hoover Mad River Union ARCATA – Humboldt State University is expected to announce later today tomorrow, Friday, Aug. 9 that it has forged an interim alliance with Capital Public Radio (CPR) in Sacramento to stabilize radio station KHSU as further options are developed. According to informed sources, CPR will provide state and local content

Princess the pig suspects to stand trial

Kevin L. Hoover Mad River Union ARCATA – The two men involved in the March 23 killing and slaughter of Princess, the pet pig, will stand trial.  Preliminary hearings have been completed for Jeffrey Cody Miller and Ed Jesse Ramos. Preliminary hearings, which are like mini-trials, go over evidence and take testimony to ascertain whether

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