Without the Mill 

Pulp workers adjust to a world that might not need their work

[slideshow-1] On Oct. 28, a dense fog poured into the towns around Humboldt Bay, stuffing the spaces between buildings with a white, impenetrable ground-to-sky murk. You couldn't see 10 feet in front of you, and if you happened to be out on…

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