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How the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence woo Humboldt into happily emptying its pockets

Back last summer, before the thing called Bat N' Rouge had first batted its eyes at Humboldt, the powerful were wary. Participation in the charity softball game to raise money for a four-mile trail along a ridge behind Arcata required some flounce,…

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