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Professors win McCrone award

Professors win McCrone award

Humboldt State University Humboldt state – Three Humboldt State University faculty members – History Professor Leena Dallasheh, Business Professor Tyler Stumpf and Psychology Professor Amber Gaffney – have been selected as recipients of the 2017 McCrone Promising Faculty Scholars Award. Selected for exhibiting potential in a specific field, each faculty member will receive $1,500 to

Trinidad Tidings: Electricity users, take note!

If you use electricity, take note:  Redwood Coast Energy Authority is bringing Humboldt County a Community Choice Energy program designed by Trinidad City Council and the other municipalities of Humboldt along with the County Board of Supervisors. Its purpose is to offer lower electricity rates and to keep benefits and control local. As Director Matthew

Heather Viña: A red carpet night for McKinleyville Chamber

Friday, March 24 at Blue Lake Casino’s Sapphire Palace, the McKinleyville Chamber of Commerce hosted the Member’s Choice Awards annual dinner. Nominees are chosen by chamber members. Those nominees are placed on a ballot and the winners are chosen by their peers. The Azalea Award is also presented to community members who serve the community.

Paul Mann: The Nature of Experience

The Nature of Experience Paul Mann The truth is not beautiful. – Lao Tzu He who has lived as a thinking being Within his soul must hold men small. – Pushkin Clouds drift without design, leaves scatter without a plan. So too mischance and randomness overthrow our puny schemes, smear our puerile blueprints. Our very bodies

Trinidad Tidings: Be our guest in the seaside village

Congratulations to Fifth District Supervisor Ryan Sundberg on his appointment to the California Coastal Commission this month. Sundberg served as a Trinidad Rancheria tribal council member from 1994 to 2010 before being elected to the Humboldt County Board of Supervisors, which voted unanimously to appoint him earlier this year. LWV luncheon Former Trinidad Mayor Julie

Dogtown: Sweet as can be

The Humboldt County Animal Shelter does an amazing job of rescuing, sheltering, reuniting and adopting out animals. In 2016, close to 1,500 dogs and cats came into the shelter. That number doesn’t account for the rabbits, Guinea pigs, snakes, roosters, chickens and ducks that occasionally arrive as well! In the best scenario, animals come to

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