"The original post stated that the City of Fortuna does not celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day. A city employee emailed to say as of July 1, 2015 this had changed."
Only about 30 years after Reagan signed it into law as a federal holiday. That's Fortucky all right.
"No doubt the ACLU does good for our country, but it disregards the smaller communities."
I have to disagree with the second part of that statement. I've lived in several small communities over the years, and in two separate locations I've seen the ACLU active in local issues involving racial discrimination, including one here in Eureka:
Zigzag -- Gee, to me it sounds like you can't refute what he's saying and can only resort to vague allegations of bias.
Zigzag, what does that have to do with whether his letter is accurate or not?
Seems like anything this guy writes elicits a similar response... but it's interesting that none of those responses actually refute what he's saying.
Five years for over 200 pounds isn't a light sentence, but it's not the end of the world either. A guy named Jeff Mizanskey is doing life in a Missouri prison for allegedly being involved in a plan to buy 5-7 pounds.
If you think what the Petrolia guys got is unfair, you might want to check out this petition at Change.org:
13. Respect proper punctuation and the use of capital letters!
I'd like to hear LCB's side of the story. Too bad they didn't respond in time for this particular article. I'm inclined not to go there until they do.
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Mar 23, 2017
vol XXVIII issue 12
Young & Hungry
The North Coast Journal
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