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Have you seen my lost fire helmets?

Have you seen my lost fire helmets? On February 14 or 15, 2015 at approximately 5 p.m., I lost 8-10 yellow fire department helmets – some with goggles and the Arcata Fire Department name on them, along with some junk jewe...

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    Cannabis Film Festival is coming to Garberville

    Cannabis Film Festival is coming to Garberville The Cannabis Film Festival presents a fun filled weekend on May 1st, 2nd and 3rd in Garberville, California; the heart of the Emerald Triangle. CFF will be presenting a representation of films intended to raise consciousness regarding the many uses, applications and issues surrounding the expanding cannabis industry. The festivities will begin at 4 p.m. on Friday, May 1 in the Garberville Town Square where...

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    Remember to thank John and Lisa

    Remember to thank John and Lisa As a SoHum resident who has enjoyed walking , visiting, and celebrating in the Southern Humboldt Community Park since its inception, I’m writing to thank John Finley and Lisa Solaris for their years of service as its resident caretakers. They have been instrumental in the production and distribution of wonderful local produce both through their own CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) program and the SNAP-supported weekly produce...

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    Thanks for support Skyfish School

    Thanks for supporting Skyfish School Many thanks to all those who attended our Alice DiMicele album release party and benefit at Beginnings to support Skyfish School’s Music Program. The event was a full house success, and we were able to raise enough money to purchase new instruments and other supplies to further our children’s musical education. Big thanks to Alice DiMicele, all the parents that made it happen, our chefs George Tannehill and Angie...

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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 Mill hosted the Ales 4 Nails, a fundraising event for the Children’s House Expansion Project. The volunteers that helped implement this event are prime examples of the amazing people that live within our community. The Gyppo Ale Mill...

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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 21. People were really happy that we breathed life into the College of the Redwoods Garberville Campus and ERRP wants to thank CR and the Redwood Theater group for accommodating our event. Volunteers made the day happen and we are always...

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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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