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HumBug: New Neighbors

(April 21, 2019) Late the other evening, my wife and I went out for a walk. Along the road we saw several large shiny brown millipedes. In the middle of the road,...

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Pour One Out: No Humboldt Beer at Oyster Fest

(April 19, 2019) Less than two months out from the Arcata Bay Oyster Festival, controversy is again bubbling up over beer at Arcata Main Street’s fundraiser. The previously local-brew-centric event drew fire last...

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Letter from Legislators: KHSU Gutting a 'Slap in the Face'

(April 18, 2019) Adding to a growing list, current and former North Coast legislators are calling on the California State University Chancellor’s Office to suspend any decision-making on the future of KHSU...

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KHSU Dismantling Rebuked, KEET Board to Discuss Possible Radio Venture

(April 17, 2019) The recent turmoil at KHSU and the possibility of exploring a radio endeavor will be one of the discussion topics at KEET’s Board of Directors meeting Thursday but no...

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North Coast Night Lights: Musings at Moonstone Cave

(April 17, 2019) We stood in the mouth of the cavern, looking out through a great broken crack in the blackness into the night as if through a window into another world....

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Trucking from Fortuna

(April 16, 2019) Fortuna has been enjoying the fruits of the Humboldt Fresh truck for roughly five months at its 2059 Main St. parking spot in front of Fortuna Fabrics. But now...

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'This is Heartbreaking:' Vigil Commemorates Second Anniversary of Lawson's Killing

(April 16, 2019) Encircled by more than 100 people at the center of the Arcata Plaza during a candlelight vigil on the second anniversary of her son’s death, Charmaine Lawson took the...

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HumBug: Bugs Between the Raindrops

(April 14, 2019) Despite the dreary weather, life must go on. Eager to get along with their lives, our local insects show up even for the brief patches of sunshine that occasionally...

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'We Were Blindsided:' Crab Fishing Closure Could Mean Millions in Losses

(April 14, 2019) At the April 9 Humboldt County Board of Supervisors meeting, the security check-in station resembled a metropolitan airport with a long line of people stretched out the courthouse doors...

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KHSU Protesters at the Arcata Farmers Market

(April 13, 2019) More than 100 protestors gathered on the Arcata Plaza on Saturday morning to share their frustrations, sadness and anger about Humboldt State University's decision on Thursday to cut the...

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Last Employee Leaves KHSU

(April 13, 2019) KHSU’s Morning Host Natalya Estrada submitted her resignation to the university today, leaving the public radio station without a single employee just two days after the administration announced an...

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Release of Sex Offender to Garberville Denied

(April 12, 2019) Multiple media outlets are reporting that Judge John Feeney today denied the placement of a man deemed by the courts to be a sexually violent predator for the second...

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Reed Steps Down at KHSU

(April 12, 2019) David Reed, one of two KHSU employees who were left with jobs after a sweeping shakeup at the university radio station yesterday, has resigned. In a Facebook post, Reed...

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North Coast Night Lights: Reflections From Trinidad

(April 11, 2019) I opened the camera’s shutter and waited. It was already high tide, and I didn’t expect any waves to reach me. When I had arrived half an hour earlier...

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HSU Announces Staff Eliminations, Major Changes at KHSU

(April 11, 2019) Humboldt State University today announced major changes and the elimination of seven positions at its public radio station KHSU, including General Manager Peter Fretwell, whose tenure was fraught with...

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A 'Dark Day' at KHSU

(April 11, 2019) The first sign arrived yesterday afternoon, when KHSU staff members received an email from Craig Wruck informing them there would be a mandatory meeting for all paid staff today...

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Music Tonight: Wednesday, April 10

(April 10, 2019) Portland electronic funk dance trio Yak Attack is playing Humbrews this near-first moon night at 9 p.m. Known for fun and danceable shows full of solid musicianship and improvisation,...

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Music Tonight: Tuesday, April 9

(April 9, 2019) It's a quiet Tuesday so why not go and give The Logger Bar some love? At 8 p.m. the regular old time music session will be crackin' off. How's...

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Bass, Wilson Seeking Coastal Commission Seat in Round 2

(April 8, 2019) UPDATE: The Humboldt County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously April 9 to send forward the names of both Fourth District Supervisor Virginia Bass and Third District Supervisor Mike Wilson for...

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McCloskey Out of First District Supes Race

(April 8, 2019) Allen McCloskey has withdrawn his candidacy to become Humboldt County’s next First District supervisor in the face of fraud and perjury allegations reported last week by the Lost Coast...

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