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Arcata Police Log: Bogus yoga master gets horribly handsy; disembodied dude denigrates doggie

Arcata Police Log: Bogus yoga master gets horribly handsy; disembodied dude denigrates doggie

2:08 p.m. Another specimen from Arcata’s limitless supply of troubled males with oratorical tendencies greeted arrivals to the 14th Street entrance to the community forest with a tirade of entirely unearned hostile gibberish.

Arcata House serving meals Dec. 23 through 27 (except Christmas Day)

Arcata House Partnership ARCATA – Arcata House Partnership (AHP) will serve meals at its Ninth Street Street annex from noon to 3 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 23, Tuesday, Dec. 24, Thursday, Dec. 26 and Friday, Dec. 27. Volunteers for cooking and cleanup would be greatly appreciated. Donations of cider and sweets (especially cinnamon sticks) are

Boutique hotel, condos and new town name aired for Mack Town

Jack Durham Mad River Union McKINLEYVILLE – Residents are refining their vision for downtown McKinleyville as they develop a master plan for what they hope will be a pedestrian friendly village with affordable housing, places to gather, enjoyable outdoor areas and plenty of small shops. The ideas for the McKinleyville Town Center were discussed during

Wood briefs Supes on PG&E, taxes

Daniel Mintz Mad River Union ​HUMBOLDT – Assemblymember Jim Wood has told supervisors that state lawmakers are “shocked by PG&E’s lack of understanding of its own power grid and how that affected us here in Humboldt County” and are “deep in discussions about wildfires and PG&E power shutoffs.” ​In response, the chair of the Board

PG&E watching for wildfires via weather stations, HD cams

PG&E news release PG&E Adds More Weather Stations and High-Definition Cameras to Monitor Wildfire Conditions More than 600 weather stations, 130 HD cameras now installed across Northern and Central California  SAN FRANCISCO, Calif.— As part of its Community Wildfire Safety Program (CWSP), Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) has now installed more than 600 weather stations

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