Bocce Tournament Sunday July 21st at St. Mary's Church on Janes Road in Arcata. $5 entry fee, beginners welcome. Practice begins at 10 a.m. , tournament begins at 11 a.m. Italian BBQ and festival begins at noon.
Reinventing the Wheel ought to think their remarks through a little bit more. Doing something does not always mean an intention of doing the worst things...
The properties are in better shape than they have been in years and are more productive than ever. The former owner was not local, did not care less what happened on the land and was no hero to farming for food, providing homes for those folks wanting to go back to the land for their sanity and to give back to those of us that enjoy local farmed produce, flowers, beef, etc. Mr. Tooby's stewardship left much to be desired. The ranch and all of the parcels in it were in such a state that cows were trapped and died trying to get even water. There are folks that are environmentalists in the best way: by living it and not buying a billboard to pontificate to get accolades for doing so.
Guess the only wheels this person is capable of recognizing are the worn out nimby ones.
What do you mean "what will happen to us"?
We are hoping all of the idiots will move either east or north. buh bye.
There you go "Ha", being all intelligent again. At least in your own mind.
Why oh why does Andrew Bird still live here -- and just be cause he's "him" does not count. Smarmy
In Print This Week:
Apr 10, 2014
vol XXV issue 15
The North Coast Journal Weekly
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