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McKinleyville women killed in car crash near Orick

Mad River Union ORICK – Two McKinleyville women died Wednesday, May 23 when the pickup truck they were traveling in flipped over and collided with Peterbilt tractor trailer south of Bald Hills Road on U.S. highway 101 near Orick. Terra Lynn Smith, 46, and Andra Lynell Cooper, 64, were pronounced deceased at the scene. At

Opinion

Letters: Readers weigh in on race for Fifth District supervisor

Set the record straight Letters here and on social media about my role as Fifth District Supervisor concerning withdrawal of Mercer-Fraser’s permit application for a cannabis refinery at its Glendale aggregate plant on the Mad River are far removed from the facts. Here’s the truth, with no hidden agenda and straight from the source. Let’s

Entertainment

For the Glory: Kinetic race weekend!

  Mad River Union HUMBOLDT – It’s time to gear up for four days of fun as the Kinetic Grand Championship kicks off this weekend, beginning in Arcata and ending in Ferndale. Kinetic Thrills Pageantry Party New this year is the Kinetic Thrills Pageantry Party, which is on Friday, May 25 from 6 p.m. to midnight

Sports

Former HSU Women’s Basketball Coach Carol Harrison passes away

Andrew R. Goetz HSU Athletics ARCATA – Long-time Humboldt State basketball coach and educator Carol Harrison passed away Thursday, May 17. She was 62. Harrison is remembered by the HSU Athletics department as an avid contributor to and supporter of the Green and Gold. “Time flew by whenever I got the chance to sit next

Community

Trinidad Artisans Market begins Sunday

The Trinidad Artisans Market begins this Sunday, May 27 at the Murphy’s Market in Trinidad. The weekly event, held every Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.  through mid-September,  features live music, arts, crafts and a barbecue. It’s also a good excuse to take a Sunday drive, visit the beach, do a little whale watching

Multi-Media

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

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