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The courthouse lawn has changed –- has anything else?

On the last Friday in June, the courthouse lawn in Eureka is dotted with dandelions. Weeds battle lavender and daylilies in a concrete planter, and not a single soul sits on the benches once occupied by Occupy. It's late morning, and a…

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