Today our message to the City of Trinidad, HARP, Steve Madrone and others who have made it your mission to stop the Tribe’s development is: educate yourselves, understand that your biases, your prejudice, and your discrimination is just as bad as what happened over two hundred years ago, and what is happening in our nation today. We are committed to our Vision and our pathway forward for future generations. It is our sovereign right.
Many Trinidad businesses are open, taking distancing precautions, presently. The Chamber has obtained a grant to give opening Trinidad businesses supplies (masks, hand and surface sanitizers, etc.).
Humboldt County’s COVID-19 case count rose to 122, as nine additional cases were reported today. This marks the largest single-day increase in cases since April 2, when nine cases were also reported.
The district may “make further legal demands” related to the site contamination and clean-up, the letter continues, and “looks forward to reviewing DTSC’s plans to investigate, monitor, and aggressively remediate the source/s of the contamination at the McNamara & Peepe site.”
A $200,000 EPA “sub-grant” through the county will go to the THA as well as a $100,000 low-interest loan whose payments will begin in 10 years.
If you have not noticed the rotational fire station closures occurring at the Arcata, Mad River, and McKinleyville Fire Stations, you are likely taking the shelter-in-place order to an extreme level. Most community members have probably noticed a sign in the window of their closest fire station indicating the station is closed due to budget…
KEET-TV HUMBOLDT – KEET-TV, Taiko Swing Humboldt and Humboldt State University Library’s L4HSU Series invite everyone to a free Zoom panel discussion on Wednesday, July 1 at 7 p.m. The focus is on “Anti-Asian Racism and Justice Reform: A Local and National Perspective” featuring local Asian community members and national Asian justice reform leaders. With…
Since early March, our member organizations have been delivering supplies and running errands for our high-risk neighbors, making and distributing DIY cleaning products and masks, ensuring community service organizations are stocked with food and other necessities, and helping one another to continue defending and supporting the people of Humboldt County.
He can even sit on his back legs and shake hands with his one front paw! Buddy is very well-behaved in the house and good on the leash for walks. He loves a comfy bed and having his belly rubbed.
The county’s number of businesses certified to reopen is about 1,400. As state and county campgrounds wait on the reopening runway, so do hotels – and Supervisor Mike Wilson warned that virus circulation can be introduced as travel into the county increases.