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House massively damaged in Manila blaze

House massively damaged in Manila blaze

    Mad River Union MANILA – A house in Manila was majorly damaged when it caught fire Saturday afternoon, Sept. 26. At about 3 p.m., a giant plume of black smoke could be seen coming from the southwest corner of Victor Boulevard and Dean Street on the bay side of the peninsula town. Humboldt

ATV crash in Manila

MANILA – CalFire, Samoa Peninsula Fire, Arcata Fire and the California Highway Patrol responded to an ATV accident at around 3:30 p.m. this afternoon, July 29. An unidentified ATV rider crashed somewhere near the beach southwest of the Manila Community Center in an area where ATVs are prohibited. The injured person was airlifted by CalFire

County reels back Manila trail permit, will further review environmental impacts

Daniel Mintz Mad River Union ​MANILA –A month after gaining approval for a trail in Manila, the county is starting the process over and will re-apply for a permit that will include a California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) review. ​The county’s Planning Commission had approved a coastal development permit for a new 0.6 mile multi-use

Trinidad Tidings: Thank you, Mad River Union

This first column of 2019 is a tribute to the weekly newspaper you are reading today, the Mad River Union, and a reflection on the role such a local forum for local news and ideas plays in giving the North Coast a sense of place and community.  The staff and writers for the newspaper were

Sneaker waves and why you should avoid the beach today and this weekend

Mad River Union HUMBOLDT – Big, fat ocean swells have spurred the National Weather Service to issue a sneaker wave warning for this afternoon through Sunday. Wide swells with periods of 20 seconds will build to four to six feet this afternoon, according to the NWS. On Saturday the swells will grow to nine to

Weather: Rain, high winds, big waves coming our way

Mad River Union HUMBOLDT – Late this morning, a rainstorm is forecast to hit Humboldt County, dumping a quarter to a half an inch of the wet stuff. The calmness of the morning is expected to be replaced with 13 to 18 mph winds, with gusts as high as 28 mph. Tarps will be peeled

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