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Celebrate Juneteenth with Black Humboldt and the Eureka NAACP

Celebrate Juneteenth with Black Humboldt and the Eureka NAACP

This holiday is very important and empowering for the Black and Brown communities all over the United States, but especially for Humboldt County, as this community makes up a very small percentage of the population and is often oppressed as a result. Black history is a part of The United States’ history and is important to celebrate as we create safe spaces and inclusion for POC communities in Humboldt County. 

EPD confiscates trailer duo’s stimulus package

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE On June 18, 2020, at about 7:20 a.m., detectives with the Eureka Police Department’s Problem Oriented Policing Unit (POP) served a search warrant on the 1800 block of Allard Avenue in response to complaints of drug activity. A Humboldt County District Attorney’s Office Narcotic K9 assisted in the warrant service. Patricia Joyce

HSU reaffirms support for Dreamers. Chancellor: ‘truly outstanding’ decision

“The decision by the Supreme Court of the United States to reject the rescission of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program is a truly outstanding and welcome outcome, especially for the nearly 700,000 DACA recipients nationwide, including thousands of students and employees of the California State University (CSU).

HSU Police to address ‘dysfunction’, implement Obama-era reform recommendations

“This review has been very revealing and speaks to several areas, at all levels and by all officers, that warrant significant action,” said HSU President Tom Jackson, Jr. “It’s vital that we understand any issues in our police department. I’ve been very clear that I expect to see immediate and clear steps taken to begin resolving these issues.”

McK Dollar General liquor license denied

In the Decision, the judge mentioned not only the erroneous information, but also the compelling testimony of how an existing homeless camp in the area makes it likely that transients would be available to buy alcohol for underage students for a fee, thus thwarting the efforts by Dollar General employees to keep it out of the hands of underage students.

Letters to the Editor, June 10, 2020

Learning about Latinx Thank you for publishing in the May 20 edition the letter signed by members of equity arcata. This thoughtful and well-written letter offers some useful suggestions and opportunities for the dominant culture to learn more about white privilege and racial equity. My letter is to offer clarification regarding the action of Centro

McKinleyville CSD to LAFco: include us in your incorporation talks

Jack Durham Mad River Union McKINLEYVILLE – The McKinleyville Community Services District has issued a letter requesting that it be informed in advance about discussions on incorporating McKinleyville and that it be given a seat at the table. The MCSD Board of Directors voted, with Director Shel Barsanti abstaining, on June 3 to send the

McKinleyville plans ahead with buy of 84-acre Pialorsi Dairy

Jack Durham Mad River Union McKINLEYVILLE – If all the properties in McKinleyville were developed, and at least two people lived in every house, the town would have a population of approximately 26,870 persons, according to the McKinleyville Community Plan. When, or if, the town of roughly 16,900 would ever reach full build-out is unknown,