The best to Linda

The best to Linda

(August 16, 2018) Editor: I just wanted to write to wish Linda Stansberry the best in her new endeavors. Linda has great writing skills. From her early columns in the NCJ to her...

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Wiz of a Performance

(August 16, 2018) Editor: My wife and I attended the opening of The Wizard of Oz at the Van Duzer Theatre at HSU on Aug. 3 ("Not in Kansas," Aug. 9). It is...

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In Support of HACHR

(August 9, 2018) Editor: Bravo to Thadeus Greenson for giving a human face and heart to HACHR ("Flashpoint," Aug. 2). They treat some of our most vulnerable outcast citizens with compassion and dignity....

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Eucalyptus sheds?

(August 9, 2018) Editor: Regarding the removal of eucalyptus trees along the future bike trail between Arcata and Eureka, I have an idea for an alternative (NCJ Daily, Aug. 2). Along the railroad...

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'Outside the Box'

(August 9, 2018) Editor: Much has been said about our community's iconic eucalyptus trees. They are a touchstone for all of us in Humboldt. I rarely agree with Michelle McKeegan or Bill Pierson;...

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'The Elephant in the Room'

(August 2, 2018) Editor: I walked into the KHSU Community Advisory Board meeting last night and was told that the man with his back toward the community was (Humboldt State University Vice President...

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'Save the Eucalyptus'

(August 2, 2018) Editor: I am a recreational cyclist. A couple of times a week I ride back and forth on the trail that begins near the skate park on Sunset, passes through...

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'Working Toward Peace'

(August 2, 2018) Editor: The entire Democratic party has gone berserk, including Representative Jared Huffman ("In The Wake of Helsinki," July 26). Instead of trying to influence policy on rampant environmental destruction, military...

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'Greed and Cluelessness'

(August 2, 2018) Editor: Two hundred years ago, Chief Justice John Marshall wrote that the power to tax is the power to destroy. Unfortunately, this is what's happening currently in Humboldt County. Until...

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'Yearning for the Bubble'

(July 26, 2018) Editor: Your article, "A Deluge of Expletives" (July 19), was more than upsetting — what happened to our beloved Humboldt County? Have we fallen to the level of our current...

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'Football Needs to Die a Natural Death'

(July 26, 2018) Editor: I played football in eighth, ninth and 10th grades. It hurt. A lot. I suffered at least one concussion, probably several, not to mention the pounding of internal organs...

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How Much to Believe

(July 26, 2018) Editor: Because President Trump met one-on-one with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, there is no actual record of their discussions. However, Trump did assure us afterward that there was...

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'A Terrible Legacy'

(July 19, 2018) Editor: Humboldt State University officials seem to continue to think that the hornet's nest they've stirred up will eventually burn itself out (Mailbox, July 12).  VP for "Advancement" Craig Wruck,...

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A Pricey Mistake

(July 19, 2018) Editor: Let's start positive. Former Eureka City Attorney Cyndy Day-Wilson is gone ("Long Overdue," July 12).  On the other side of the ledger, I'm left with two questions and many...

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First They Came for the Children

(July 12, 2018) Editor: Don't think that the separation of the immigrant children from their parents and their imprisonment in prison camps is something we can safely ignore ("Marchers Say 'Enough is Enough'...

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Counter

(July 12, 2018) Editor: Last Saturday Eureka staged its own immigration protest. There were three counter protesters. (I was one) but you wouldn't know it to read the Times-Standard or watch Channel 3...

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  • Re: 'Working Toward Peace'

    • Thank you Ms. Taylor for another insightful editorial of the bigger picture and larger context…

    • on August 14, 2018
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    • I hate to interrupt Ms. Taylor's Mussolini cosplay, but I don't think we've seen such…

    • on August 6, 2018
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    • Working Toward Peace Today, the 73rd anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima, is testimonial to…

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    • "A couple of times I have continued along the freeway shoulder to Eureka..." Spending millions…

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