Thanks for support Skyfish School

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Amazing people live within our community

Amazing people live within our community Like all fundraising events that happen in our area, the success of an event cannot happen without the support of a capable and willing crew of volunteers. On March 21st, the Gyppo Ale Mi...

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    Redcrest redwoods are dying of thirst

    Redcrest redwoods are dying of thirst Humboldt supervisors’ renewed support for Caltrans’ road-widening project in Richardson Grove shows their contemptuous disregard for the will of the people in our area and for the best science concerning redwood roots and hydrology. Estelle Fennel’s surprise at “all the fuss” in light of the claim that Caltrans will not cut a single old-growth redwood is particularly specious because it implies...

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    Good happening should be in the papers more

    Good happenings should be in the papers more Persimmon’s owner Asia Anderson and decorator Catrina Chavez and friends gave a baby shower on March 1st at Persimmon’s. When I was pushed through the gate it was like entering a fairyland. It was decorated so beautifully. The abundance of hospitality, gifts, food and games couldn’t be beat There were so many children there and even some men helping to watch the children -- great job! A...

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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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