Arguments on behalf of W are fear-based

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Vote ‘no’ on Measure W before it’s too late

Resident, qualified voters of Southern Humboldt Community Healthcare District. YOU MUST READ VERY CAREFULLY THE “FULL TEXT OF MEASURE W” which was included in your official ballot package. Diligent analysis will result in total rejection...

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    Letters to the editor for week of March 14

    Letters to the editor Heart of the Redwoods gives thanks I am writing this letter of thanks and appreciation on behalf of the Heart of the Redwoods Community Hospice, Board of Directors and staff. On Saturday, February 25, we threw our annual gala; this year we celebrated Mardi Gras in high fashion at our very own Cecil’s New Orleans Bistro in downtown Garberville. Many thanks to Krista & Gary Mason, owners of the restaurant and to Cecil and his crew...

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    Letter to the editor for the week of Feb. 28

    Dear Editor, The Southern Humboldt Chamber of Commerce and Visitor’s Center would like to acknowledge the support that it receives from Jim and Marie Johnson. Thank you Jim and Marie Johnson for the years of support to the Chamber and Southern Humboldt. This past December, the Chamber held a holiday mixer at the Healy Senior Center in Redway. We would like to thank the Senior Center for allowing us the opportunity to meet there. A huge thank you to Recology...

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    Letters to the editor, week of Feb. 21

    Dear Editor, With much gratitude, we would like to thank CHP Officer Phillip Martinson for his help and service beyond the normal expected duties of the California Highway Patrol. On Thursday night, Jan. 10 during the latest bad storm, three cars suffered flat tires after hitting small rocks on U.S. Highway 101. One of the cars had two flats. We were in an area with intermittent cell phone signal. Officer Martinson changed our tire and helped connect us with AAA for the other...

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    Letters to the editor, week of Feb. 14

    Dear Editor, Redwoods Rural Health Center wants to thank the community for their support and local emergency responders for their quick action on Monday, Feb. 6. Redwoods Rural Health Center employees followed emergency protocol and evacuated the medical building after an apparent incident. Humboldt County Public Health Hazardous Materials Unit responded and fully investigated the area. After determining there was no apparent danger, everyone was allowed to re-enter the building...

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    Letters to the editor the week of Feb. 7

    Dear Editor, Habitat Forever wants to thank the community for its interest and support of our work. We also want to encourage the public to get involved in our newest campaign. We recently discovered that an out of the area real estate speculator filed for a marijuana cultivation permit on a parcel he does not own, and that has no history of cultivation. The County’s own GIS map shows no cultivation site on this heavily forested parcel. We talked to Steven Santos, Development...

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