Dead At 45 

As the economy stumbles, we eulogize the fallen Samoa Pulp Mill

The shorelines of Humboldt Bay are littered with ghost towns ... rusting remnants of the county's once-rumbling economic engine. Halfway down Samoa Peninsula sits the idling structures comprising the 45-year-old Evergreen Pulp Mill. Since 2008, the factory, once employing over 200 people,…

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