Arcata City Council sets 2018/2019 goals

Kevin L. Hoover Mad River Union ARCATA – Over two meetings lasting more than five hours, most of the City Council solidified its core goals  for Arcata last week. Councilmember Paul Pitino missed both meetings; Councilmember Susan Ornelas was absent for the first one. The council sets its goals for the city every year prior


Trinidad Tidings: So much going on the seaside village

“Creating Calm and Well Being,” an Osher Lifelong Learning (OLLI) class, begin Feb. 21 at Trinidad Library and continues each Wednesday through March 14. Explore a few simple and fun mindfulness practices that create states of happiness and joy instead of worry. By combining breakthroughs in neuroscience, learn how you can use your mind and


Arcata Main Street announces 28th annual Arcata Bay Oyster Festival

Arcata Main Street ARCATA – Arcata Main Street invites our communities to the 28th annual Arcata Bay Oyster Festival on the historic downtown Arcata Plaza on Saturday, June 16 from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.. The annual Oyster Festival event is a celebration of our Humboldt Bay, where we take a particular focus on water health and aquaculture.


Team Effort Lifts HSU Men’s Basketball Past Miramar

Andrew Goetz HSU Athletics ARCATA  – Five Lumberjacks scored in double figures as Humboldt State defeated Miramar 99-63 Sunday afternoon in Lumberjack Arena. “I was impressed with our ability to share the basketball,” said Head Coach Steve Kinder. “To have that many baskets made with that many turnovers is always an impressive stat when you


Arcata’s CVPP needs you!

Mad River Union ARCATA – The Arcata Police Department maintains a secondary force of volunteers to handle chores that don’t require sworn police officers, freeing them up for law enforcement. Established in 1995, the Citizen Volunteer Patrol Program (CVPP) members make numerous contributions to the community including high visibility patrols through the neighborhoods and business


Trinidad Memorial Lighthouse, Before and After

On Wednesday, Jan.10, the Trinidad Memorial Lighthouse was moved from the bluff on Edwards Street, where it has stood since 1949, down to the entrance to the parking lot on harbor property owned by the Trinidad Rancheria. For a short video of the move, click here. For a longer video click here. Below are some