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Museum’s Native Plant Garden a beauty destination

Museum’s Native Plant Garden a beauty destination

Janine Volkmar Mad River Union TRINIDAD – The Native Plant Garden behind the Trinidad Museum has come into its own. Started 10 years ago by volunteer gardeners, the garden was originally highway fill and rubble, covered by brambles. Now, it’s a beauty spot on the coast, complete with wheelchair accessible walking paths, a pond that

A dream realized: Humboldt State University opens enrollment for new nursing program

Milestone Moment: Humboldt State University Opens Enrollment for New Nursing Program HSU’s Registered Nurse to Bachelors of Science in Nursing (RN to BSN) Program is set to launch this fall. After years of planning and fund-raising, Humboldt State University is set to launch the new Bachelors of Science in Nursing program this fall. It is

McKinleyville Senior Center: McK seniors dance in the digital arena

Last week, McKineyville Senior Center received a generous award from the McKineyville Area Fund. On behalf of the center and the seniors connecting through technology, we thank you!  You’ve started the digital ball rolling for us and we’re learning to play the game, discovering the rewards of learning to function in an unfamiliar arena. Your

Blue Lake Notes: Access and vigilance

I just want to encourage everyone to keep being vigilant. Just because we can go get a haircut now, or even dine in at some restaurants, does not mean this is over. It means that our area now has room to take care of anyone who gets sick. That being said, here is some information on what you can start doing soon in Blue Lake.