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Cahill’s gas station closing after 48 years – could become cannabis shop

Cahill’s gas station closing after 48 years – could become cannabis shop

Kevin L. Hoover Mad River Union ARCATA – For 48 years, gas and good cheer have flowed at the corner of 11th and K streets. There, Bill Cahill and later, his son Scott, have pumped gas for Cahill’s Arco, Shell, Spirit and Patriot filling stations. That’s ending today, Friday., Aug. 30, as the iconic Arcata

Prime Arcata business locations available

Kevin L. Hoover Mad River Union ARCATA – The ceaseless churn in building occupancy has made available for tenancy some choice Arcata business spaces. Belle Starr Longtime Plaza women’s clothing store Belle Starr has consolidated its operations at its Eureka store, leaving vacant the prime retail spot at 863 H St. on the Plaza’s west

Humboldt business bonanza – new restaurants, stores and more

Jack Durham Mad River Union HUMBOLDT – New restaurants, a cafe, a bar, a grocery store and a variety of other businesses recently opened or will soon open in northern Humboldt County, giving consumers even more choices. A new steakhouse A new restaurant is planned for the ground floor of the 10,000-square-foot, three-story building completed

Humboldt business bonanza – new restaurants, stores and more

Jack Durham Mad River Union HUMBOLDT – New restaurants, a cafe, a bar, a grocery store and a variety of other businesses recently opened or will soon open in northern Humboldt County, giving consumers even more choices. A new steakhouse A new restaurant is planned for the ground floor of… (You need to be a

State marijuana report draws mixed reviews

Paul Mann Mad River Union ARCATA – A rigorous system of oversight and evaluation should be in place before California legalizes, taxes and regulates recreational marijuana consumption, according to the initial report of a state blue ribbon panel. The notional monitoring system would track the many anticipated impacts of legalization on youth, the economy, tax

Silver Lining closes in McKinleyville

Jack Durham Mad River Union McKINLEYVILLE – The Silver Lining Restaurant – a fixture in McKinleyville for more than three decades – closed its doors last week at the California Redwood Coast Humboldt County Airport. The restaurant was operated by the Lakey family, which ran the business for the past 12 years. The Lakeys also

Retraining Korbel mill employees to work for Wing in Arcata

Office of Senator McGuire SACRAMENTO – More than 100 people lost their jobs when the Korbel Sawmill closed its doors recently. To help employees transition and train for new jobs, the California Employment Development Department has awarded a $492,000 grant for Humboldt Workforce Investments. “Humboldt’s prosperity is a priority and it’s critical that the State is an

County launches new micro-business program

Daniel Mintz Mad River Union HUMBOLDT –  In a first-time effort, the county is helping lower-income entrepreneurs build up their micro-businesses and become eligible for loans. The Board of Supervisors approved new guidelines for micro-enterprises at its Dec. 9 meeting. Funded through the state’s Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program, the county’s micro-business assistance comes

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