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April 22 is Humboldt March for Science Day in Arcata

Humboldt March for Science ARCATA – The Humboldt March for Science is an educational, peaceful, non-violent, inclusive event encouraging unity, engagement and interaction from our diverse community who hold science to be valuable in this complex, interconnected world. The Humboldt March for Science (HMFS) is a one of more than 300 sister-city marches occurring on

Obituary: Victoria Anne Stockley Dodge

Victoria Anne Stockley Dodge    Nov. 15, 1949 –Dec. 6, 2016 Family and friends of Victoria Stockley Dodge are invited to a celebration of this good woman’s life on Saturday, March 25, from roughly 1 to 8 p.m. at the Bayside Grange, 2297 Jacoby Creek Road. Vicky’s love of the North Coast and all its

Trinidad Tidings: 2017’s first mixer and more

Bergeron Winery together with Business of the Year, Lighthouse Grill, will host the first Chamber Mixer of the year on Thursday, March 23 from 5:30 to 7 p.m. in Saunders Plaza, Trinidad. There will be music and an opportunity to network with other business professionals and Chamber members. Chamber President Angie Harder and other directors

Colleagues, friends mourn loss of Lowell Diller

Kevin L. Hoover Mad River Union ARCATA – Humboldt State University Wildlife professor Lowell Diller has passed away at age 69. Diller was a 27-year member of Arcata’s Forest Management Committee. A scholarship is being established in his name at HSU. Environmental Services Director Mark Andre said Diller had “a passion for all things living,”

Trinidad Tidings: Scholarship, animals, art, soil – what doesn’t the seaside village have?

American Field Service (AFS) foreign exchange students Sara Winistaedt of Cottbus, Germany, Druvi Vora from India, Attawit “Dan” Uchotananan and Grace Nichakorn of Thailand, and Marselina (she has only one name) of Bangka, a small Indonesian island near Sumatra, met teacher Margie Cunningham’s seventh grade students of Trinidad School and the ladies of Trinidad Civic

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