In some ways, life back then for me resembled the movie Groundhog Day, in which a weatherman is doomed to relive the same day over and over again. Except in my case, instead of a day, it was a weekly cycle.
In the fall of 1995, I came home late one evening from a camping trip, turned on the evening news and learned that the Arcata Union was going out of business. Although I didn’t know it at the time, that was a pivotal moment in the birth of the McKinleyville Press.
While back editions of the Arcata Eye and Arcata Union are available on microfilm in the HSU Library, searchable text is far more useful.
The administration had no choice but to heartily reinstate our class for the upcoming year. We did it.
An 11th-hour phone call to KHSU from the network that produces “A Prairie Home Companion” has allowed the station to keep the show on the air.
It is proven that communities with strong arts industries and city governments that have the vision to support and promote the arts are surging as economic centers and considered desirable places to live.
Regardless of what Gallegos has done or says, he is not my idea of “progressive.” That requires truly living to progressive ideals and delivering solid results.
WAGNER HOUSE – KHSU will make changes to its programming on Monday, Sept. 6, designed to add more news coverage during the weekend, expand local music programs and reduce the station’s cost for acquired programming. KHSU General Manager Ed Subkis announced the changes this week to volunteers and staff, “Over the last couple of months,…