Cup Runneth Over 

Humboldt County's unique problem: way more water than we know what to do with

[slideshow-1] The blue heron, legs spraddled for balance, tipped its long body forward into a horizontal crouch and stretched its neck and head out. Statue-still as the Mad River twirled past. The water moved gently, at autumn speed, and pooled in an…

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