Style, Class

Style, Class

(August 25, 2016) Dressing for the first day of class at Humboldt State University isn't a high-pressure fashion emergency (you remember junior high). Students roll up in what's comfortable and what speaks...

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Prepare for Impact

A new vaccination law has school administrators caught between a needle and a hard place

(August 25, 2016) As the first day of school approaches, there's an anxiety building in many administrative offices throughout Humboldt County. The anxiety doesn't seem to be pervasive, but cloistered in different pockets...

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A Waiting Game

Locals eyeing governor's coastal commission appointment process

(August 25, 2016) It's a seat at one of the state's most powerful tables. With 12 members handpicked by Sacramento's top officials, the California Coastal Commission determines the future of projects proposed on...

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End of Life Options

And why we might not have them in Humboldt

(August 18, 2016) If Elizabeth Wallner's life was reduced to a statistic, it might be one of these. She's among the 30 percent of US adults who serve as a primary caregiver (for...

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Putting Heads Together for Housing First

Humboldt County has one of the highest rates of chronically homeless people in the United States

(August 18, 2016) It's Thursday, Aug. 11, moving day, and the Eureka Police Department is busy. Every morning at around 6:30, several officers visit the parking lot where homeless people are allowed to...

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The Death of Jeannie Newstrom

Was it elder abuse, neglect or a failure of the system?

(August 4, 2016) Before you read the details of Jeannie Newstrom's death or the painful, gruesome and — if the allegations are to be believed — entirely preventable indignities that led up...

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Feds Probe Plane Crash

Life Flight wreck leaves no survivors

(August 4, 2016) A federal investigation is underway to determine what caused a medical transport plane bound for the Bay Area to crash just north of McKinleyville in the early morning hours on...

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Pit Boys

The story of a cowboy barbecue

(July 28, 2016) "I'm gettin' bloody here!" The meat arrives It's 7:25 on a foggy Fortuna morning and it's quiet but for the beep, beep, beeping of the Ayers delivery truck reversing...

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The Taxman Cometh

SoHum growers mull trusting, paying the Man

(July 28, 2016) Public comment during last Tuesday's Board of Supervisors meeting stretched close to two hours, as many small growers turned up to protest a proposed excise tax. While county staff...

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Strapped

Eureka police are seizing firearms at a staggering rate. The question is, why?

(July 21, 2016) There was the black .45 caliber handgun investigators picked up next to a dead 20-year-old at the scene of a shootout with a California Highway Patrol officer on Q...

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The Text Trail

Public defender to probe racist, homophobic sheriff's office texts

(July 21, 2016) The Humboldt County Sheriff's Office is sending some of its leadership staff to tolerance training due to a text message scandal that's come to light in the wake of the...

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Humboldt Responds

Readers begin a dialogue on race, policing and the deadly toll of a tragic week

(July 14, 2016) We on the North Coast watched intently, tied to our televisions, radios and news feeds this week as more painful stitches were added to the fabric of this nation's history....

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Predicting the Unpredictable

Humboldt firefighters weigh in on the 2016 fire season

(July 14, 2016) A decent winter's rain does not mean an easy season for firefighters. True, this last year capped a record-breaking four-year drought with a moderately wet El Niño, but the drought,...

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Some Reflections on Firefighting

(July 14, 2016) The California Conservation Corps, which hires and trains young people ages 18 to 25 (and military veterans up to age 29), recently turned 40. This year the Fortuna CCC center...

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The Growing Divide

(July 7, 2016) The Growing Divide is an online documentary project that uses photography and a series of 25 interviews with residents, marijuana growers, police officers and government officials to tell the story...

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Fast and Reckless

Community members off Highway 36 bemoan rapid growth of cannabis industry

(July 7, 2016) Every folding chair in the Bridgeville school gym was pressed into use on June 30, as the room filled with more than 100 community members. They came from neighboring communities,...

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