Humboldt County's monthly magazine of Politics, People,
Vol. VIII, Issue 2
Editor and Publisher: Judy Hodgson
Art Director/Production Manager: Carolyn Fernandez
On the cover: Original oil on canvas by Linda Mitchell
CHILDREN OF DIVORCE: WHO
SPEAKS FOR THEM?
A North Coast Journal investigation of Humboldt County's court-appointed
guardian ad litem.
(Story by Jim Hight)
"CAMPING IN EXTREMES"
by Tim Martin
Let's go camping? Are you crazy? It's February!
"MAN'S BEST FRIEND"
by George Ringwald
Most of my life, it seems, I've been hounded by dogs, so to speak.
"BAND-AIDS FOR DEMOCRACY"
by Wally Graves
Two recent articles in the North Coast Journal reveal
telltale symptoms of a dangerously advanced democracy.
"WHEN PARENTS CAN'T AGREE" by Judy Hodgson
Humboldt County news
"FREE TRADE FOLLY" by Jay Davis, M.D.
Who, in the "Land of the Free" could be against free
"ONCE UPON A PRESSTIME"
From 1886 through 1995, the Arcata Union newspaper chronicled
the life and times of northern Humboldt County.
"EIGHT MILES HIGH" by Maka MacKenna
Jimmy was a man of such mystery we don't even know where he came
"A RURAL RESOURCE" by Terry Kramer
Cooperative Extension has evolved to meet current rural economic
of the community, but budget cuts threaten its existence.
"CY-BER-PHO-BI-A" by Howard Seemann
An irrational, excessive fear, dread or hatred of the rapid proliferation
information resources, computer programs and other technological
"A SLOW SIMMER IN ONE POT" by Betty Thompson
One-dish dinners are for busy people with little time for cooking.
©Copyright 1997, North Coast Journal, Inc.