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Trinidad Artisans Market begins Sunday

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

Trinidad Tidings: Memorial Lighthouse Ceremony on May 27

The 23rd Annual Trinidad Memorial Lighthouse Ceremony is set for Sunday, May 27 at the “old” Memorial Lighthouse site on Edwards at Trinity streets. The ceremony honors those who were lost at sea or buried at sea and whose names are engraved on the Memorial plaques. The program includes bagpipe music by Matthew Marshall followed

Arcatan heads to Ultimate Frisbee Championship

Jada Brotman Mad River Union ARCATA – Arcata has spawned another national-level sports star! Robin Joyce, daughter of Gene and April Joyce, will be traveling to Illinois May 19 and 20 for the D-III College Ultimate Frisbee Championships. Robin, 18, is new to Ultimate Frisbee, but is a natural, apparently. “I’m really excited to go

Letter Carrier Food Drive this Saturday

Food for People HUMBOLDT – Saturday, May 12 will mark the 26th annual Letter Carriers’ Food Drive. All residents of Humboldt County are being asked to participate and help “Stamp out Hunger.” During this nationwide food drive, letter carriers will be picking up donations of non-perishable food and delivering these donations to local food banks

Author to discuss book at Redwood National Park

  RNSP ORICK  – As part of Redwood National and State Parks’ year-long celebration of the 50th anniversary of the creation of Redwood National Park, acclaimed nature writer Jordan Fisher Smith will be signing and discussing his book “Engineering Eden: The True Story of a Violent Death, a Trial, and the Fight Over Controlling Nature.”

Arcata Police Log: All this shoving is pointless… I know, let’s yell instead

• April Fools’ Day 8:21 a.m. When a 13th Street man woke up with a swollen face and less money than he had when he dozed off, he accused his brother of beating and robbing him in his sleep. 1:24 p.m. An H Street beggar’s sign read “HELP,” which to him meant give me money

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