Fieldbrook vs. the bears 

Black bears have apparently discovered this sleepy Humboldt gem

The first night the bear came into Bob Smith's back yard, in Fieldbrook, it tumbled a few of the small-time beekeeper's hives. Flattened them and ate the honey and bee larvae. Then it moseyed over to Smiths' neighbors' houses, all within a…

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