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Re: “UPDATE: Health Officials: New HIV Cases Cause of Concern

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Posted by Preshy Oboite on 11/14/2018 at 4:26 PM

Re: “Fourth Update: New Fire Springs Up Off Kneeland Road

The Blue Lake Fires were set by an Arsonist!! Be on the lookout!!!

Posted by Indigo Mcginnis on 11/14/2018 at 2:40 PM

Re: “Wildfire Smoke Impacting Local Air Quality

Air quality has certainly not been "good to moderate" on the coast, as the sensors on the PurpleAir network are currently demonstrating. We have been having levels of pollution that numerous studies have linked to serious health effects and even to an increase in the death rate for vulnerable populations. We need an air district that actually stands up for public health! Anywhere else, people would be advised to avoid polluting activities including using wood stoves. Its outrageous.

Posted by Ellen on 11/13/2018 at 2:28 PM

Re: “Fourth Update: New Fire Springs Up Off Kneeland Road

Someone with a trailer chain dragging perhaps? Be extra cautious, everyone. Hope the wind stays low and these can be cntained quickly.

Posted by Dottie1 on 11/12/2018 at 5:10 PM

Re: “North Coast Night Lights: Close Encounters on the Avenue


Posted by t dub on 11/11/2018 at 6:56 AM

Re: “Jacks Football Over After 2018 Season

And with this, Azusa Pacific is now California's sole Division II football program.

Posted by Jo Ryan Salazar on 11/10/2018 at 5:34 PM

Re: “Fans Say Goodbye to HSU Football (With Video)

Symbolic, isn't it? This game is a symbol of the torch being passed in terms of California Division II football. The state now belongs to APU and it will do its best to keep the fire burning for the best state in the Union.

Posted by Jo Ryan Salazar on 11/10/2018 at 4:29 PM

Re: “HSU Student Swept Away Described as 'Sweetest Person Ever'

Outstanding young man

Posted by Benjamin “64Relek” Keller on 11/08/2018 at 4:49 PM

Re: “McKinley Statue Debate Making the Media Rounds

People have nothing better to do than to worry about a historic monument that has been in place and not menacing anybody for 113 years? Egad! The rivalry of the white man and native Americans began long before Manifest Destiny was even a concept. My forebears fought Native Americans while protecting their homes in the Shenandoah Valley in the pre-Revolutionary War era in the 18th century. Atrocities were committed equally on both sides. Nobody ever says anything about Indian atrocities.

The concept called Manifest Destiny was not coined until 1845. The country was a split as badly as it is today over Trump by that term. At least half, if not more, of the populous did not believe in it.

By McKinleys time Manifest Destiny had already played out on The North American continent. The US and its three remaining territories, Oklahoma, New Mexico and Arizona, already stretched from sea to shining sea. McKinleys only involvement with Manifest Destiny was with respect to the Philippines and Hawaii, where no Native Americans lived. California had already been a state since 1850. California Native Americans were never put upon by McKinleys advancement of Manifest Destiny.

People today lament the bad card history, namely white men, dealt them. I never hear African-Americans decry the Muslims that bought them into slavery starting in the 7th century AD and which continues to this day in Mauritania and Sudan. They never decry the rich Africans that sold them. People living today did not participate in the deeds of yesterday. You cannot exact reparations from history. There is not enough money in the world to pay back to all that were ever ill-treated by history. Mans inhumanity to man goes back at least 67,000 years. We need to learn from real history and resolve to move on, adjusting our compass accordingly. If we can eradicate mans inhumanity to man, God bless us. Tearing down monuments will not get us to the promised land.

Posted by Harry Schoger on 11/07/2018 at 3:38 PM

Re: “3rd UPDATE: Bergel, Arroyo, Castellano Take Council Seats; Seaman in as Mayor

Nothing changes if nothing changes. Business as usual

Posted by Sandra Lingle on 11/07/2018 at 6:51 AM

Re: “After Heated Meeting, Planning Commission Sends Zoning Changes to Supes

Chair Robert Morris and commissioner Ben Shepherd had already made up their minds before the public comment began. Noah Levy worked hard to open their minds to the requirements of the public. Morris and Shepherd went on about the 20-year process of the General Plan, ignoring completely the new arrival of the Cannabis zoning just 2 years ago. But logic held no sway with these now out-of-date men, and their irrelevant presence. They believe, it appears, that the matter ends here. The reality is: it is only beginning.

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Posted by humboldtfirst on 11/05/2018 at 10:31 PM

Re: “Arborist Recommends Eucalyptus Removal to Make Way for Bay Trail

Although I'm usually against wasting taxpayer's money on "studies", etc, I think two assessments is not asking too much.

The "risk" associated with these trees had to do with how close they are to the proposed trail (overhanging it). Since the NCRA is no longer going to be an obstacle to using the track bed for the trail, are the assessments being done with a new realignment in mind?

Surely, moving the trail farther from the trees would reduce the risk.

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Posted by Steve Parr on 11/05/2018 at 3:31 PM

Re: “HSU Student Swept Away Described as 'Sweetest Person Ever'

Great youngman outstanding smile and personality. still in shock and disbelief. Praying for everyone involved. The Keller Family

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Posted by Benjamin “64Relek” Keller on 11/01/2018 at 11:55 AM

Re: “HSU Student Swept Away Described as 'Sweetest Person Ever'

He was always happy to say wassup to everyone knew him and his brother in middle school and high school the life of the room with a contagious smile I hope they find prayers go out to his family

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Posted by Canada Dry on 11/01/2018 at 1:53 AM

Re: “Search Suspended for Missing Humboldt State Student
Please help us find KeyMaan

Posted by Barbie Nichelle on 10/31/2018 at 10:27 PM

Re: “HSU: Missing Student Still Not Found, Counseling Available
Please help us Find KeyMann

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Posted by Barbie Nichelle on 10/31/2018 at 10:26 PM

Re: “HSU Student Swept Away Described as 'Sweetest Person Ever'
Please help us find KeyMann

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Posted by Barbie Nichelle on 10/31/2018 at 10:25 PM

Re: “HSU Student Swept Away Described as 'Sweetest Person Ever'

He was an amazing friend in high school hope they find him

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Posted by Walter Cruz on 10/31/2018 at 10:09 PM

Re: “HSU Student Swept Away Described as 'Sweetest Person Ever'

i hope they find him

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Posted by Nathan Paulino on 10/31/2018 at 2:00 PM

Re: “Search Suspended for Missing Humboldt State Student

Truly heart broken. I had the honor to meet him and get some footage of him before his high school graduation. Full of life, very outspoken, and one of a kind. My thoughts are with him and all of his family. Still holding on to hope.

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Posted by Jacob on 10/30/2018 at 3:29 PM

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