Re: “Jurassic Tour

So disappointing... 79.00 for 2 children and 1 adult. Extreme waste of money. All the rides which were ridiculous cost extra money. Even the workers were disappointed.

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Posted by Denise Simons on 02/18/2018 at 11:28 AM

Re: “Jurassic Tour

It's more inside

Posted by Madison Boregard on 02/18/2018 at 7:41 AM

Re: “That Sinking Feeling

http://www.navsource.org/archives/09/23/23005.htm The Dennis Gayle in the Solomon Islands in 1944 alongside some other APc boats.

Posted by Warren Neal on 02/17/2018 at 6:18 PM

Re: “That Sinking Feeling

https://www.facebook.com/groups/452125738475268/ a FB page for WWII veterans and their families for the APc boats. These boats all served right beside their more famous cousins, the PT Torpedo boats.

Posted by Warren Neal on 02/17/2018 at 6:13 PM

Re: “That Sinking Feeling

The Allen Cody (USS APc-48) or the Dennis Gayle (USS APc-5) should be raised, restored to their WWII glory and put in a museum to honor the 5000 or so WWII sailors that served on them and fought for our country in the early ominous days of the Pacific war campaign. There are very few of these boats left and none have been preserved as they should.

Posted by Warren Neal on 02/17/2018 at 6:12 PM

Re: “Wiyot Tribe Votes to Remove McKinley Statue

"No Guts No Glory" Motto of the Great Arcata to Ferndale Kinetic Sculpture Race;
And due to the 'Fact' Boy Scouts of America (B.S.A.) is accepting young Ladies. (It's a Start) By 2019, the Boy Scouts says it will also offer a program for older girls to earn the Eagle Scout award.
I would probably "Think" a Cadillac, a "Cadillac Gage Commando" could perhaps, maybe be thought of as The 'Vehicle' with which to topple one's likeness that is ... "Not admired" some days by some.

Posted by Dee Hues on 02/17/2018 at 4:31 PM

Re: “Not Another Winter to Wonder

We are sheltering this week. Call 223 3679 for info. Our sites are in Redway. Thanks, Peg

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Posted by Peg Anderson on 02/17/2018 at 10:00 AM

Re: “Wiyot Tribe Votes to Remove McKinley Statue

Buildings and public art shape the intellectual climate of a place. We in the present moment have more power to determine what future generations experience than we may have previously realized. We do not have to receive and continue to put the destruction in a place of honor. We can tell the whole truth about the past and the present and honor something honorable. I vote for honoring the Wiyot nation with that space in a way they select.

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Re: “Dozens Gather for May Day Protest in Fortuna (with Video)

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Re: “Not Another Winter to Wonder

Is there info on how to help volunteer for this?

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Posted by namita on 02/16/2018 at 11:42 AM

Re: “Jobs, Jobs, Jobs

Drug test ? Haha drug test the dummy boss that is having his staff filling one eighth baggies out of a huge ass restaurant steamer.. bud should be good and crispy by the time he's done...

Posted by mymy on 02/16/2018 at 8:42 AM

Re: “Book Club Emergency Meeting

Delicious.

Posted by Wendy Lestina on 02/16/2018 at 3:28 AM

Re: “Wiyot Tribe Votes to Remove McKinley Statue

Melt it down, and recycle it into a monument to the Wiyot, and the genocide unleashed on them. Havent they suffered long enough?

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Posted by Another Mike on 02/15/2018 at 7:51 PM

Re: “Wiyot Tribe Votes to Remove McKinley Statue

Apparently everyone has given up on solving real problems like keeping school children from getting massacred. Now we just have to devote all our energy to silly symbols and heroic rewrites of history that pander to our own political sensibility.The statue has been there for over a century It's part of Arcata history regardless of McKinley himself.

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Posted by robash1411 on 02/15/2018 at 5:46 PM

Re: “Jurassic Tour

How could you charge such outrageous prices for your tickets. ????
Those that would get the most from your exhibits CANNOT afford it!!!
--students, teachers, elders!
Karen Mayer, senior, Eureka

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Posted by Karen Mayer Ne Hosterman on 02/14/2018 at 10:23 PM

Re: “Oldylocks and the 3,000 Stairs

Hey, Sarah---I thoroughly enjoyed your writing style. More, please. (From a 67-year OLD woman who knows you as the Weather Girl.)

Posted by bonnieblue on 02/14/2018 at 6:18 PM

Re: “Still Missing

Fred-
Thanks for your comment. We stand by our reporting.

The bottom line is Humboldt County has a very high rate of missing persons reports with dozens of people unaccounted for every year. In our view, that's a problem. We disagree with the argument that because local law enforcement find more people reported missing each year than do counties with fewer missing persons reports, theres no problem and that should have been the story.

To clarify, here are some numbers from the California Attorney Generals Office.
On average since 2000, Humboldt County finishes each calendar year with 40.41 uncleared missing persons reports per 100,000 county residents. The statewide average is 27 uncleared reports per 100,000 residents. While some of these folks may be located in subsequent calendar years and the statistics are, as we note in our reporting, flawed, they are the only statewide data on the missing and they indicate that, proportionately, more people go truly missing from Humboldt than from the rest of the state.

Looking at missing persons reports that are cleared by the finding of a dead body, Humboldt county has proportionally much higher rates as well. Since 2000 in Humboldt County, an average of 3.99 missing persons cases a year per 100,000 residents are cleared by finding the person deceased. The state average over the same time period was 1.17.

So, while Humboldt County law enforcement finds more missing people per 100,000 residents each year than the state average, more of our cases go unresolved and more end with discovery of a dead body.

I wish it was as simple as Humboldt residents not calling their moms. But its more likely our high rates of drug and alcohol addiction, high suicide rates, an illicit industry shrouded in secrecy that includes some violent actors, very high rates of chronic homelessness and a rugged, rural terrain.

The Attorney Generals Offices database is the official list of the missing from the states chief law enforcement office. The list is obviously flawed as our reporting states and the cases of Rebekah Martinez, Daniel Stromberg and those obviously swept out to sea illustrate but it remains the official state database. As such, both the list and its flaws warrant examination.

Again, thanks for reading and taking the time to weigh in.
Thadeus Greenson

Posted by Thadeus Greenson on 02/14/2018 at 1:05 PM

Re: “The Humboldt 35

Fred-
Thanks for your comment. We stand by our reporting.

The bottom line is Humboldt County has a very high rate of missing persons reports with dozens of people unaccounted for every year. In our view, that's a problem. We disagree with the argument that because local law enforcement find more people reported missing each year than do counties with fewer missing persons reports, theres no problem and that should have been the story.

To clarify, here are some numbers from the California Attorney Generals Office.
On average since 2000, Humboldt County finishes each calendar year with 40.41 uncleared missing persons reports per 100,000 county residents. The statewide average is 27 uncleared reports per 100,000 residents. While some of these folks may be located in subsequent calendar years and the statistics are, as we note in our reporting, flawed, they are the only statewide data on the missing and they indicate that, proportionately, more people go truly missing from Humboldt than from the rest of the state.

Looking at missing persons reports that are cleared by the finding of a dead body, Humboldt county has proportionally much higher rates as well. Since 2000 in Humboldt County, an average of 3.99 missing persons cases a year per 100,000 residents are cleared by finding the person deceased. The state average over the same time period was 1.17.

So, while Humboldt County law enforcement finds more missing people per 100,000 residents each year than the state average, more of our cases go unresolved and more end with discovery of a dead body.

I wish it was as simple as Humboldt residents not calling their moms. But its more likely our high rates of drug and alcohol addiction, high suicide rates, an illicit industry shrouded in secrecy that includes some violent actors, very high rates of chronic homelessness and a rugged, rural terrain.

The Attorney Generals Offices database is the official list of the missing from the states chief law enforcement office. The list is obviously flawed as our reporting states and the cases of Rebekah Martinez, Daniel Stromberg and those obviously swept out to sea illustrate but it remains the official state database. As such, both the list and its flaws warrant examination.

Again, thanks for reading and taking the time to weigh in.
Thadeus Greenson

Posted by Thadeus Greenson on 02/14/2018 at 11:48 AM

Re: “M. Sax's Brass Clarinet

Caption correction: the clarinet has a greater tonal range than the soprano sax

Posted by barryevans on 02/14/2018 at 8:35 AM

Re: “Sheriff: $26 Million Worth of Marijuana Eradicated on Island Mountain

I've witnessed cops doing raids. I bet the place was in fair shape and whatever environmental hazards happened, happened while the cops were kicking shit around making a mess to take pictures of...

Posted by reverendJohn on 02/13/2018 at 5:01 PM

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