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Vets Hall student feeding initiative opens hunger conversation

Vets Hall student feeding initiative opens hunger conversation

“The vets have stepped up with perfect timing to support hungry students,” Carr said. “The vets’ program will benefit the students in Arcata. That leaves two high schools in McKinleyville. McKinleyville High is in the process of developing a food pantry which I’ll support as best I can. Clearly, the current school district food program is not meeting the needs of the hungry students. It’s time the district steps up and makes changes. Changing the current breakfast from 10:10 to before school is a step in the right direction. Hopefully this can happen sooner rather than later. There are hungry kids now!”

Arcata High students announce Wednesday walkout

We Stand With Educators Walkout On Wednesday, Oct. 2 students of the Arcata High campus will be walking out of classes to stand in solidarity with their teachers. The walkout will occur at noon and convene at the Arcata Plaza where speakers will present at 12:30 p.m. on various positive impacts staff have on students

AHS Class of ’74 reunited

CLASS of 1974 The Arcata High School Class of 1974 gathered for its 45th class reunion on July 26 and July 27. The classmates gathered at Plaza Grill on July 26, then held their reunion in the Plaza View Room in Jacoby’s Storehouse on July 27. The evening included dinner, entertainment, music and mingling as

Trinidad Tidings: Lions and rentals and lights

“Freedom of the Press, What Does It Mean?” was the topic for the annual Trinidad Lions Club Student Speakers Contest held last week.   Four students from three local high  schools competed before a Trinidad Town Hall audience. Isabelle Ely from North Coast Preparatory Academy (NPA) won the contest in the first of five more

AHS students are ‘Sinkin’ the Stormwater in Humboldt County’

  Ray Olson Mad River Union ARCATA – Arcata’s Jolly Giant Creek might be feeling a lot jollier this winter, thanks to more than a dozen environmentally-minded Arcata High School students who recently planted rain gardens on campus.  The newly vegetated areas capture and cleanse rainfall runoff from parking lots and other paved areas. The pooled

Man shot in leg this morning in Arcata

  Mad River Union ARCATA – A young man was rushed to the hospital after reportedly being shot in the leg during a dispute at an apartment on Heather Lane in Arcata. The man’s injuries are non-life threatening. Several males were in a dispute when the shooting occurred shortly after 8 a.m. The incident resulted

Kevin Ebbert Memorial Trail Run is Sunday, Aug. 26

Kevin Ebbert Memorial Trail Run ARCATA – The Kevin Ebbert Memorial Trail Run, set for Saturday, Aug. 26, is about family, community, and fitness. Kevin Ebbert grew up in Humboldt County. His community stretched across the country and around the world serving as a Navy SEAL until he was killed in action on Nov. 24, 2012.

Arcata teacher heads to Washington for C-SPAN’s 2018 Educators’ Conference

C-Span Press Release C-SPAN invites 58 middle and high school teachers to their headquarters for a professional development program  WASHINGTON, D.C. – Arcata High School teacher Adam Pinkerton will attend one of two C-SPAN Educators’ Conferences for an immersive experience with C-SPAN’s educational resources. Pinkerton, a social studies teacher, is one of 30 educators from across

Threat of violence at Arcata High deemed ‘not credible’

Mad River Union ARCATA – A threatening note found on the Arcata High School campus Tuesday, May 22 was deemed “not credible” by the Arcata Police. On that day, the Arcata Police Department was notified by the Arcata High School that a suspicious note had been discovered on campus. The note contained a threat of

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