The Daycare Drought 

Thanks to a broken state government, the state of Humboldt County child care is getting worse and worse

It's the Saturday after Thanksgiving, and the shopping rush is on. Amid the shopping chaos, the checkout line at Michaels, a crafts store in the Eureka Mall, stretches from the front to the back. Carissa Bowser-Smith is working a register, and is…

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