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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 operatio...

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    Recycled Youth thanks their supporters

    Recycled Youth thanks their supporters To everyone who contributed money, raffle prizes and energy to Recycled Youth teen theatre company this year, we offer a sincere thank you. This year’s show, Channel 707, was well received at four public performances and a performance for South Fork High school students at the Mateel Community Center. We want to thank our sponsor, the Mateel Community Center, and these foundations, businesses and individuals who make...

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    Community members nominated worthy individuals

    Community members nominated worthy individuals The League of Women Voters of Humboldt County is delighted that so many members of our community nominated worthy individuals and organizations for our 2015 State of the Community Civic Contribution Award. We received more than twenty excellent nominations; the committee had a very hard time making a final decision because of the high quality of each candidate. Thank you to everyone who sent us a nomination. We...

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    Happy just to be here

    Happy just to be here Three years ago, this community got together on my behalf and threw the Trees of Hope benefit for me, a send off to Stanford to get a double-lung transplant. I’m still here in spite of the odds and every time I go to town to shop and run errands, you still give me you good wishes and your blessings. I thank you so much, so very, very much. Each day I thank you, my donor, and my medical team at Stanford and each day I say,...

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    I have a possible solution to protect us

    I have a possible solution to protect us After hearing, once more, of recent burglaries in our town of Garberville, I felt it was time to make a suggestion of a possible solution to help protect our local businesses. In the 1980s there was a security business that would drive around throughout the night and keep an eye out for potential problems. It was run by a man who also worked for the Eel River Correctional facility. There were problems of drug seekers at...

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    No hard feelings with KMUD

    No hard feelings with KMUD It has come to my attention that one, or both of our wonderful local SoHum newspapers, received a letter that depicted, in some way, treatment of me by KMUD proper that was in some way unjust or disrespectful to me. Nothing could be further from the truth. This opinion completely differs from mine; which is that everyone at KMUD, KMUD proper, or any KMUD governing body has always treated me fairly and with respect. My view is that...

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    I couldn’t be more proud to be a SoHum girl

    I couldn’t be more proud to be a SoHum girl On November 28th and 29th, Sanctuary Forest held the 2nd annual Drink Wine, Save Salmon benefit and wine tasting. The week of the event was all sunshine and clear skies. The Mattole River was teaming with spawning salmon and in the clear-green, sunlit waters they were hard to miss. It felt like the perfect weather for a partially-outdoor wine and water extravaganza. Then, the first day of the event it clouded over and...

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