Thank you for the great article, Linda. We just experienced something similar to this with my brother who was in a serious motorcycle accident. The Dr.s in Redding wanted him to stay in Eureka where he could get closer care. He could not find a single Dr in town to accept him as a new patient. He lives in rural southern Humboldt and cannot get any home health there. He is at home, two miles for so from the highway and then 12 miles to the nearest hospital for a doctor to look at him. It's extremely painful for him to move, but he has to do that every 2 or 3 days.
Am I wrong or should the Arts Alive! date read March 01, 2014 not February?
A very sad loss to the community. Such a nice and intelligent man. Condolences to his wife, Diana, and his family.
It is unthinkable that they would release water to continue to support the Salmon. Everyone is desperate for water but the fish do not have a voice. The rest of us need to conserve, save and share. (this was meant to be tongue in cheek as far as the unthinkable part goes, just so the literal cops are out there)
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Mar 23, 2017
vol XXVIII issue 12
Young & Hungry
North Coast Journal
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