News

MCSD takes vague stand on Mercer Fraser pot factory

Jack Durham Mad River Union McKINLEYVILLE/GLENDALE – McKinleyville’s town board has weighed in on a controversial county decision to rezone riverfront property in Glendale to heavy industrial and to permit a 5,000-square-foot cannabis manufacturing factory at the site. The McKinleyville Community Services District Board of Directors convened Feb. 7  to consider backing an appeal filed

Opinion

Letters to the Editor, February 14, 2018

McKinleyville confronting race issues For many, McKinleyville is a vibrant and welcoming community.  We are the McKinleyville Alliance for Racial Equity, a coalition of individuals and organizations committed to ensuring that this is the case for all residents and visitors. We believe that by engaging our neighbors to focus on the issue, we can solve

Entertainment

Breakfast All Day celebrates a year in Outer Space

Janine Volkmar Mad River Union ARCATA – One of my favorite jokes by that deadpan comedian, Steven Wright, goes like this: “The menu said Breakfast Anytime, so I ordered French toast in the Renaissance.” The Breakfast All Day Collective, at 11th and M streets, is named for this type of humor but their mission to

Sports

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

Community

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

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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