(November 8, 2018) Editor: In the era of the #Metoo movement, male victims of sexual abuse are not being heard ("The Right Time to Come Forward with Your Sexual Assault," Oct. 4). In...

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Losing Brandon

(November 1, 2018) Editor: As I write this I am alternating between rage and despair ("Teen Stabbing Suspect to Be Tried as Juvenile Under Bill Signed by Brown," posted online Oct. 14). Brandon...

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Safe, Not Safe

(November 1, 2018) Editor: Michael Mathe (Mailbox, Oct. 18) should not worry too much about sending his son to Humboldt State University because, by and large, the campus is reasonably safe. There is...

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Vote Bergel!

(October 25, 2018) Editor: I support Kim Bergel for Eureka City Council Ward 5 because she truly listens to everyone in the community. Kim works to solve problems in Eureka by bringing people...

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Vote Castellano!

(October 25, 2018) Editor: Leslie Castellano is a welcome breath of fresh air in this turbulent storm of name-calling politics. She brings compassion and common sense to the table that is open for...

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Vote Marks!

(October 25, 2018) Editor: I have known Richard Marks for nearly 30 years. I have known him through slow-pitch softball and his work as a commissioner on the harbor district board. Richard recognizes...

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Vote Messner!

(October 25, 2018) Editor: Heidi is genuine with a spirit to help people reach their full potential; provide the tools and bring to the table each unique ability, alongside others, and accomplish things...

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Vote Seaman!

(October 25, 2018) Editor: Susan Seaman, 27-year resident of Eureka, moves projects forward. "Youth, families, community, investment, prosperity" are themes that describe Susan. When she sees a spark of initiative, she keeps the...

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Vote Watson!

(October 25, 2018) Editor: I want to recommend a vote for Brett Watson. I've worked with Brett as a member of the Arcata Economic Development Committee, which he chaired for two years, and...

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(October 25, 2018) Editor: Please vote in the November election. In person, by mail or drop off your vote by mail ballot on Election Day, Nov. 6. Last time I checked, we still...

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Yes on 8!

(October 25, 2018) Editor: When I was working as a union representative for a healthcare workers' union in Los Angeles, I got to meet healthcare workers in the dialysis industry. Most of these...

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Measure K

(October 25, 2018) Editor: I will be voting for Measure K, the sanctuary Humboldt initiative. Measure K will not stop law enforcement officers from arresting anyone, of any nationality, whom they reasonably suspect...

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Measure M

(October 25, 2018) Editor: We would like to thank the following groups, organizations and businesses for supporting/endorsing no on Measure M: Humboldt PSL, Humboldt Buddhist Peace Fellowship, World Indigenous Women's Alliance, Seventh Generation Fund...

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Yes on O!

(October 25, 2018) Editor: A long time Humboldt resident, I've seen economic conditions and communities wax and wane. But one thing stays the same: the need for essential services. Measure Z has hired...

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Fake News!

(October 18, 2018) Editor: Mr. Richard Salzman quotes an article from the HSU publication, The Lumberjack, Sept. 19, citing it as evidence of the dangers of campus life. I found this alarming as...

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Reasonable Minds

(October 18, 2018) Editor: I have read to two letters regarding Humboldt becoming a sanctuary county, one for and the other against (Mailbox," Oct. 11). The one opposed gave facts, but threw in some...

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    • This guy is the archetypal supporter of the current regime. His opposition to this measure…

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