Humboldt's Mayberry 

In search of the best place to be a cop

The woman had lived in Fortuna long enough to appreciate a few things about the place. It was cheaper than most other Humboldt towns. Sunny. Neighbors were mostly great. But she hadn't been there long enough, apparently, to feel she was Fortuna-to-the-bone…

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