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After an earthquake shakes Humboldt, the Harbor District continues its push to avert looming disaster

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When the undulations of the March 9 earthquake rousted Jack Crider from his sleep, his first thoughts were the Samoa pulp mill; specifically, the nearly 3 million gallons of caustic fluids poised to spill out of old, failing storage tanks and into…

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