Perhaps College of the Redwoods is making room for Marijuana 101, a prerequiset needed in order to transfer to Humboldt State which cut out a much needed Nursing Program only to later bring in a Pot Major. Old hippies must be in charge of our schools of "higher" learning.
I stopped complaining about our summer, or lack of summer, to friends and family who have been blistered by 114 degree summer heat. Felt foolishly spoiled and guilty since I only have to go inland a few miles to get the rays of warmth. Rather this "cool" summer than what the mid section is suffering through.
I don't find the billboards ugly, annoying, or anything else. There is so much natural beauty along the 101 highway that I don't even notice the billboards all that much. But I do notice the Tip Top ad here on this site and don't like it. Would not let my grandkids see your site because of it.
Living in Fieldbrook, one of the strongest quakes I've felt in a long time. Whole house shook, luckily no one or nothing hurt. 4 yr. old grandson liked the way it felt. Ahhh, the innocent.
While a hard apple cider company sounds good for Humboldt Co., I've always thought an apple pie business, fresh and frozen could use the delicious apples that grow so well locally.
If all aspects of this project work out, conservation, environmental, etc. and the only hold up is the lack of appropriate roads, how about using those helicoptors that logging companies use to haul out whole trees from steep terain.
In response to "oh come on's" comments, you know its not the amount of money any of these people make, its the fact that in tough economic times when others in their industry make huge sacrafices THEY do not and just kid of thumb their noses on those left behind. They may have the educatijon and experience large salaries, but don't forget, we, the taxpayers are paying for their salaries and raises and perks. I for one don't want my hard earned taxes going for these raises or perks when the rest of the state is in such dire straights. Just doesn't make sense to me.
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vol XXIV issue 49
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