The North Coast Journal (Vol. VIII, Issue 10)
A general-interest magazine serving Humboldt County
On the cover: Wesley Chesbro and Danny Walsh (Photo combination by Mark Lufkin)
" THE BOYS OF SACRAMENTO: Chesbro
and Walsh" Story by Judy Hodgson
Few who lived through those tumultuous years of the early 1980s
in Humboldt county could forget those fiery clashes of ideals played out on the evening news.
Now, one is running for office again -- and one is not.
"TWO-TIERED CIVIC RIGHTS" by
This amicus curiae, a friend-of-the-court brief, was submitted
along with the Journal's complaint presented to the Board of Supervisors
(in its lawsuit over the Board's alleged violation of the Brown Act.
"The California First Amendment Coalition urges this Court
to grant plaintiff the relief sought in the captioned action. ..."
"RUMBLE ON THE RIVERS"by
This summer the gravel operators were at the center of another dust-up,
blasting away in letters and speeches to the Board of Supervisors.
Once again their target was a regulatory outfit,
the County of Humboldt Extraction Review Team (CHERT).
And once again they used an industry-dominated advisory committee
as their platform, the Surface Mining Advisory Committee (SMAC).
"SHORES OF WONDER"by Judi
"Beachcombing is stimulating any time of the year. ..."
"COLLECTION OF LOVABLE NUTS" by Judy Hodgson
Humboldt County news
"THE KIWIS OF TRINIDAD" by Terry Kramer
"While most of us are making holiday plans in the weeks ahead,
Trinidad gardener Pat Wells will be harvesting a heavy crop of kiwis. ..."
"FRESH VEGETABLES MAKE THE SOUP" by Betty Thompson
"... He had cooked and served the same four soups every week for the last few years,
and he just discovered his wife was sick of them. ...
I told my friend one solution is to learn some new soup recipes. ..."
"SOCIALLY CONSCIOUS INVESTING" by Ron Ross
"Mutual fund managers invest in stocks with the primary objective of making money for their shareholders.
Some funds have the additional objective of making 'socially conscious' investments,
but meeting that goal is far more challenging than you might think."
©Copyright 1997, North Coast Journal, Inc.