Kevin L. Hoover Mad River Union ARCATA – At its Sept. 2 meeting, the City Council approved development of a “social host” ordinance. During normal times, such an ordinance would help prevent underage drinking at parties by holding the host accountable for providing those under age 21 access to alcohol. Now, during the coronavirus crisis, a…
Daniel Mintz Mad River Union HUMBOLDT – As dealing with COVID-19 becomes increasingly wearisome, the county’s alternately lauded and reviled health officer, Dr. Teresa Frankovich, will take a lesser role to “make good on some promises to my family.” Frankovich announced her resignation as health officer on September 2, in a letter to county…
Dogs and children are most likely to be affected because of their smaller body size and tendency to stay in the water for longer periods of time.
Department of Health & Human Services HUMBOLDT – Samples with confirmed cyanobacteria were collected at three locations on the Mad River spurring local Public and Environmental Health officials to warn community residents to keep themselves and their pets out of the water. The samples containing the cyanobacteria, also known as blue-green algae, were collected by…
As of 4 p.m., the fire is still too large to extinguish with water and we will reassess the situation tomorrow morning.
As a result of the Eureka Police Department’s fact-finding investigation into the Humboldt Area Center for Harm Reduction (HACHR), felony warrants for possession of controlled substances for sale were issued for Carl Erick O’Quist (42), Regina Fay Silk (31), and Ronnie Jon Herren (30).
Bicycle racing enthusiasts are proposing that the BMX track be built on undeveloped park land owned by the McKinleyville Community Services District (MCSD) at the corner of School Road and Washington Avenue.
5:59 p.m. If, after being disallowed from chowing down inside a Valley West restaurant, the denied diner’s tactic for restoring entry privileges was to fuss and fight with the staff, well, it failed. He was last seen – somehow, despite his camouflage pants – propelling a shopping cart down the street.
The additional expense will be covered by State Water Resource Control Board Energy Efficiency Funding, which is providing $4.97 million for the project.
I am running for the NHUHSD school board because I want to be an advocate for our local public education system and the students, families and teachers within that system.