Mad River Union ARCATA – Steve Robles, writer and reporter for the Mad River Union and Arcata Union, has passed away after a weeks-long battle with COVID-19 in a Los Angeles-area hospital. Robles wrote for a variety of publications in the San Francisco Bay area including the San Francisco Bay Guardian, SF Weekly, BBH Media…
The City will continue to monitor trail use at the Arcata Marsh & Wildlife Sanctuary and the Arcata Community Forest, and will keep City trails open as long as they are deemed safe for public use.
Since all conscientious Humboldters are sheltering in place and looking for something to do, area resdent Paul Proctor and her sisters have come up with a music playlist relevant to our time.
Mad River Union ARCATA – Arcata Police officers, including Chief Brian Ahearn, last Thursday subdued and arrested a berserk-acting man in the area of Eighth and K streets. Ahearn said the man, Curtis Edwin Collins, 31, was “running through the streets vandalizing vehicles. Punched a Police Officer in the shoulder. Was tased in the 900…
The Arcata Police Department established a 24 hour confidential tip line for community members to provide information relative to this investigation. The phone number is (707) 825-2590. Community members can also call the APD’s Dispatch Center at (707) 822-2424.
“What’s going to happen is, if somebody coughs in one of those situations, the food could be contaminated,” Winkler said, without citing any evidence of groceries being a disease vector in the community. “And that could be a conduit for somebody getting infected.”
The Court has limited staff on site due to social distancing and other COVID-19 restrictions
and continues to provide limited public services. Please, check the Court’s website for updated
information at humboldt.courts.ca.gov.
Customers provided credit card information through the website at the time of ordering and when they arrived at the restaurant to pick up their food, they learned no such on-line ordering services existed.
Since the inception of Humboldt County’s Shelter in Place order, MRCH has experienced between 40 to 70 percent decreases in its emergency department, medical surgical department, imaging, laboratory, outpatient clinics and administrative support services.
Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office MCKINLEYVILLE – On Tuesday, April 7, 2020, at about 3:05 p.m., Humboldt County Sheriff’s deputies were dispatched to the Hammond Trail in the area of Hiller and School Roads in McKinleyville for an assault that had just occurred. Deputies arrived on scene and located a teenage male victim injured on the…