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Tremendous support for Earth, Water and Fire Day

Tremendous support for Earth, Water and Fire Day The Eel River Recovery Project (ERRP) would like to sincerely thank the community for the tremendous support of and participation in Earth, Water and Fire Day on Saturday, March 2...

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MOST RECENT STORIES

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    Our thoughts are with our passengers and families

    Our thoughts are with our passengers and families On January 28, 2015 at approximately 4 p.m., a Humboldt Transit Authority bus was driving on SR-299 eastbound. For reasons still under investigation, the bus, carrying 13 passengers and one driver, left the roadway at approximately milepost marker 15 and struck two small trees. Three passengers reported minor injuries; of the three, two requested medical attention. Public safety is the number one priority of...

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    Thank you to all our volunteers

    The North Coast is a special place; its stunning beauty and plethora of natural resources are well documented. What often goes unnoticed is the profound sense of community each of our towns and neighborhoods possess. On January 19th, the day we celebrate Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday, many of our friends and neighbors gave up their holiday to give back. From garbage cleanups and beautification projects, to helping the homeless and the needy, thousands of people gave their time...

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    KMUD celebrates volunteers and staff

    KMUD celebrates volunteers and staff Redwood Community Radio, commonly known by the call letters of the Garberville transmitter at 91.1, KMUD, has been relying on volunteers for most of its programs, and for much of the operation for its over 27 year history. On January 17, KMUD held its annual Volunteer Appreciation and Celebration Party at the Veterans Memorial Building in Garberville. Supporters of the nonprofit radio station had received ballots in the mail to vote...

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    Where are we in the larger picture?

    Where are we in the larger picture? We are all dying of unnatural causes. Yes, we all have to die. But at this stage in our history we have been taught to believe that cancer and respiratory distress are natural causes. This is not the truth! Greed is the operant principle in our capitalistic system. Corporations are in control. We have been tossed to these wolves. We have been left twisting in the wind. Our government is controlled by the people who have...

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    Interact Club sends 111 soccer balls to Ethiopia

    Interact Club sends 111 soccer balls to Ethiopia I have been involved with South Fork High School’s Interact Club since it arrived on campus two years ago. Since then we have built a strong organization with generous support from our local Rotary club. We just finished our first international project right before the holiday break signing a check for $2,780 and sending off 111 soccer balls to children in Ethiopia. These are far more than just ordinary...

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    Found turtle was liked and cared for

    Found turtle was liked and cared for I found an exotic escaped African pet turtle in my yard on Dec. 28. She was upside down. I thought she might be a pond turtle so I took her to the closest pond. On the way I noticed she had lovely red, orange, and yellow circles on her shell. I told my neighbor at the pond about her, and we found her a safe spot. My neighbor checked on her the next day, and she was bleeding, so she took her inside, made her a nest,...

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    Thank you for a great year

    Thank you for a great year We would like to thank the community for their support in our first year of business. This year marks the sixth anniversary of The Stonery being open and our first year of ownership. Our first day, February 14, 2014, Valentine’s Day, was a huge success. This year has exceeded our expectations, and we would like to thank all of you that helped to make it possible. First a special thank you to Mike and Norma Martin who are...

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