THE NORTH COAST JOURNAL
(Vol. IX, Issue 7)
Humboldt County's monthly magazine of Politics,
People and Art
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On the cover: Students and alumni of Pacific Dunes High School (photo by Jack Hopkins)
LOIS' PLACE --
Story by Judy Hodgson
On June 30, Lois Busey and some of her co-workers --
remnants of the once-mighty Western Division headquarters
of Louisiana-Pacific Corp. -- turned in their keys.
THOSE FERTILE WEEDS
by George Ringwald
A BREACH OF
by Rosemary Edmiston
In the early 1980s, Lee Hover became somewhat of a local celebrity after donating
a good portion of his family's American Indian basket collection to the Clarke Memorial Museum in Eureka. ...
But 15 years later the Hovers' relationship with the museum has deteriorated ...
FROM AMAHL TO CINDERELLA
by Barry Blake
The Humboldt Light Opera is turning a quarter of a century.
SCHOLARS OF THE
by Tiffany Lee-Youngren
"It all started six months ago amidst a ring of books.
Erik Anderson and Aaron Batt needed a topic for Maple Creek School's annual History Day project,
so Erik's mom Sandy set up stacks of books in a circle on her living room floor.
A few hours later, the teenagers had narrowed their search to one historical figure..."
TAR BABY OF A STORY
by Judy Hodgson
SORTING OUT SORBET
by Betty Thompson
"Sorbet, French for sherbet, is frozen fruit juice, wine (port, marsala or Sauterne)
and/or liqueur mixtures served between dinner courses, before the entree, to cleanse the palate. ..."
JULY GARDEN CHECKLIST
by Terry Kramer
THE LITTLE THINGS OF SUMMER
by Miv Schaaf
"Summer -- do we all think back to childhood when summer comes? I do. ..."
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