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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.

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,

HumCo supe on county sheltering order: ‘I fear for our children’

​The effects of the county’s shelter-in-place order, which has been in effect since March 20, include school shutdowns and lack of social contact between children. “We’ve shocked and awed them like they’ve never seen before,” Bohn said. “We’ve got to tell kids what we’re doing, why we’re doing this and what we’re going to do for them – because I worry about the children.”

New health practices at ACV, LAX flight returns in July

County of Humboldt McKINLEYVILLE – Flight service to southern California will return this summer with new health guidelines to ensure the safety of passengers and airport workers during this difficult time. The daily flight directly to Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) is scheduled to resume July 6. The Humboldt County Department of Aviation has experienced

Council again updated on APD’s structural reforms

Ahearn’s report says that APD is now “better trained, better prepared, more organized in our response and more effective in our utilization of personnel than we were on April 15, 2017. The value of clarifying roles and responsibilities and establishing clear lines of authority and decisionmaking in order to identify, in all incidents, who is in charge, cannot be underestimated.”

HSU to offer some face-to-face instruction this fall

Fully 25 percent of all HSU courses have labs, activities, and field-based experiences, and up to about half of those course sections can now be offered with face-to-face instruction in the Fall. The courses range from Art and Forestry to Social Work and Zoology, and were included in the request based on a number of factors related to pedagogy, learning objectives, and accreditation requirements.