Point-In-Time 

A countywide survey reexamines the harsh lives of Humboldt's homeless

The young man was sitting alone on the second floor of the Humboldt County Library, headphones around his neck and a gray stocking cap smushed onto his head. He was focused intently on the newspaper page in front of him, manipulating a…

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