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Companion Animal Foundation: Bring Jack & Jill up to your hill

Companion Animal Foundation: Bring Jack & Jill up to your hill

Jack and Jill went up the hill to fetch, heel and roll over. These goofy, affectionate wirehair terrier crosses are looking for forever families that are ready to dive headfirst into the crazy, wonderful world of puppyhood. Both pups get along wonderfully with other dogs and they are learning how to gently interact with the

Dog starmaker Cassie Moore immortalizes adoptable pooches

Janine Volkmar Mad River Union McKINLEYVILLE – Sassy bounces across the screen, a toy in her mouth. The dog is happy to be out of a cage, playing in the exercise yard of the Humboldt County Animal Shelter. In the video, the camera work is joyful and the music upbeat. Patrons at the Minor Theatre

Trinidad Tidings: Get a taste of Trinidad

Tastin’ Trinidad! will be hosted by the Greater Trinidad Chamber of Commerce Thursday, Sept. 21 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. outdoors at Saunders Park on Janis Court off Patrick’s Point Drive. The community is invited to taste samples from local restaurants, caterers, winemakers and breweries. Some of the participants include Lighthouse Grill, Moonstone Crossing Winery,

Obituary: Noel Edwin Harris, 1918-2017

Noel Edwin Harris was a sweet man. A kind man. An honorable man. He was a devoted husband, a supportive father, a steadfast friend, an engaged citizen, and a lifelong activist for human rights, justice, and peace. Noel was born on December 6, 1918, in Inglenook, California, a tiny community in Mendocino County just north

UPDATE: Additional showing added! ‘Locally Grown’ shows how it’s done

  Note: The Minor Theatre’s Saturday showing of Locally Grown is now sold out. However, it will be re-shown in one of the Minor’s small theatres on Sunday, Sept. 24 at 1:30 p.m. Tickets are $5 at the door.  Reserve now at: http://cineticketing.com/websales/sales/Main/MINARC/actual_book?perfcode=43162 – Ed. Kevin L. Hoover Mad River Union HUMBOLDT – Movies are becoming a favored medium for

American Legion District 1 meets at Arcata’s Vets Hall

VETS MEET Members of the American Legion District 1 met, socialized and ate very well at the Arcata Veterans Memorial Building last Saturday morning. District 1, one of seven California Legion districts,  extends from Gasquet to Ukiah along the coast. Participants discussed a number of matters, including registering with mylegion.org. They then gathered for a

Public Meetings, Sept. 18 through 21, 2017

ARCATA ENERGY Arcata’s Energy Committee meets Monday, Sept. 18 at 5:30 p,n, in Council Chamber at City Hall, 736 F St. Agenda items include an Energy Action Month Proclamation, a discussion of Watsonville’s Carbon Fund Program; brainstorming on the committee’s work and focus for nextyear; the committee’s Annual Report; use of funds from HighEnergy Use

Companion Animal Foundation: Popsicle is ready to melt in your arms

Meet Popsicle! Named for his tendency to melt in your arms when he is picked up, this bright-eyed, carrot-colored tabby has a lot of love to share with his forever family. Popsicle and his brother Creamsicle are wonderfully interactive with visitors, dogs and their current kitty roommates. They are especially fond of playing with all

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