Humboldt State University’s Natural History Museum will re-open to the public next week with a broader academic mission and solid financial backing from recent grants.
As much as most Humboldters treasure their natural surroundings, there are those who Just. Don’t. Care.
“She helps with all kinds of things,” said CAF’s Laura Leonard. This includes standing vigilant watch over well-worn Greatest Hits compilations by Jay and the Americans and Gary Puckett and the Union Gap. It was a tough gig, but Daphne pulled it off with enviable feline serenity.
Public Health Officer Ann Lindsay joined other county staff members in advising against reversing the county’s raw milk ban. “When we get health alerts from (the U.S. Centers for Disease Control) and the California Department of Public Health regarding unpasteurized milk recalls, I’m always delighted that the Board of Supervisors… had decided not to allow unpasteurized milk sales in Humboldt County,” she said.
On Wednesday, Sept. 1, officers from the Arcata Police Department’s Special Services Unit, assisted by Agents from the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) Eureka Parole Unit, conducted a parolee compliance check in the City of Arcata.
Kevin L. Hoover Eye Editor EUREKA – Arcata Police Park Ranger Kevin Stonebarger was injured in a vehicle accident in Eureka Sunday, Sept. 5. Stonebarger was driving home in his APD Ranger truck, a Ford F-150. According to EPD Traffic Officer Tim Jones, Stonebarger was headed south on H Street at 4:20 p.m. when an…
Beverly Filip of Eureka has also lobbied for more attention to wireless transmissions. “I will have to leave the county if wireless broadband is put in everywhere,” she said, adding that Wi-Fi antennas emit much more radiation than cell towers. “We should be listening to engineers that understand physics and medical people that understand how this affects people.”
“I am gravely concerned if this arrangement is going to work,” Mendosa said. Should Days Inn miss a payment, the hotel loses water service.
The entire game is professionally choreographed by the Eureka Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence with music and traditional ball game sound effects. Community members, “Notables”, and “Politicos” are very excited to change from their traditional clothing into “drag garb” and batter-up, all while raising money for a great cause. In addition to softball, there will be major audience participation. Food and beverages (sponsored by Lost Coast Brewery) will be available for purchase and a special All-Star VIP section will be offered in the picnic area where attendees with All-Star VIP tickets will be catered in a more exclusive manner with dinner by Abruzzi Catering.
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,…