The Wiyot tribe does have much to be proud of and I would look forward to an article by them of their tribal perspective of the times Lynette mentioned and how from those terrible harsh days they did manage to retain their culture. I don't exactly understand their request that any articles written about those days be allowed to be edited by them. Murder in Arcata concerned a point in time I am not sure how the more encouraging events of the future such as the would have fit into the piece.
As you can see from the other comments people are hungry for the Wiyot history and perspective. It is a great and open opportunity for you to respond.
I think this is a great idea because we can not pretend to be something we are not... "We tend to stick with professional journals, or headhunters, to recruit. I'd like to propose we run ads in the equivalent of Field & Stream or Backpacker Magazine or Sea Kayaker Magazine." We are often on the shady side of rustic, isolated, snobby, broken, wild, sick, fun, stubborn, self amusing, odd, addicted and crazy health conscious. We are Northern Exposure meets Weed with a dash of the God Father filmed in a trailer park that is part of a Victorian Seaport with very bad traffic. I happen to like us and I am sure there has to be some young doctors out there who maybe grew up reading science fiction and watching cop shows who would like to live here so they can walk their dog on our beaches.
Celebrating 35 good years. It's gonna take more than cake to get me in there again.
Why would they be against creating trails until the possibility of the railroad is worked out? "Rails First" completely ignores our quality of life for years and years.
I will not shop there again until he is fired. Stealing hurts everyone but this guy lost it. I especially do not like that he intimidated a witness to the situation and tried to take their camera.
Would this apply to all businesses or just businesses with over a certain number of employees?
Good Monday morning, Carrie. The locals were drinking and carrying on this week-end. Again I thank you for your article, I hope the issue of abuse of power, photo and otherwise with our local police is resolved. You have started a very important conversation.
We ask a lot of our police and they keep showing up. I am thankful for that and the acknowledge the pressures they work under. But there are bad days and intimidating citizens is not acceptable. Please let us know what happens next.
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Mar 23, 2017
vol XXVIII issue 12
Young & Hungry
North Coast Journal
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