Taking Charge in Loleta 

Amid school discord and racial differences, community group finds its voice

If you were to miniaturize Humboldt County, shrink it down to about 10 percent of its size and population, you'd wind up with a region that looks a lot like the 95551 zip code. Rural and low-income, this coastal community marries agriculture…

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