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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

Seascape’s sourdough centennial

The story of the mother dough from Alaska’s Mother Lode and how it lives on today in Trinidad Janine Volkmar Mad River Union TRINIDAD – Bob Hallmark was the captain of The Jo, a fishing vessel out of Trinidad. In the 1980s, lots of boats went up to Cordova, Alaska to fish for crab. “We’d

HCSO Log: Patrolling Humboldt’s dark underbelly

• Thursday, September 28 3:06 p.m. A deputy received information about a female allegedly involved in prostitution and selling drugs. Later in the day, the deputy came across a black Cadillac Escalade associated with the woman parked east of Arcata near Hatchery Road. A male and female were standing near the Caddy. Before the deputy

Men of the Greatest Generation keep on ‘going along’

Janine Volkmar Mad River Union SEASIDE VILLAGE – In Trinidad, folks tend to meet in front of the post office, waiting for the morning mail. A group of men would often wander into Bill Dimmick’s laundromat next door, The Washery, and drink coffee from the vending machine while waiting. After a while, they moved their

Trinidad Tidings: Commemorations

The significance of Trinidad Memorial Lighthouse; the point of view of this columnist: A Trinidad city councilman strolled down to the Memorial Lighthouse recently to ponder the fate of this inspirational place and to take in the magnificent bay view with its bobbing boats, windy skies and rugged sea stacks, so beautiful to observe and

Funding yo-yo for Trinidad lighthouse preservation

Paul Mann Mad River Union TRINIDAD — The Greater Trinidad Chamber of Commerce has agreed to provide $5,000 to aid reinforcement of the Memorial Lighthouse, but the Humboldt Lodging Alliance has rejected a request for $15,000 from the Memorial Lighthouse Preservation Committee. Chamber Board Member Peter Cohan notified the Civic Club of the decision right

Pilings may be enough to secure lighthouse

Paul Mann Mad River Union TRINIDAD – The installation of subterranean eight-foot poles on the south and west sides of the Trinidad Memorial Lighthouse might be the answer to stabilizing the structure if shortages of time and funds rule out more extensive and costly alternatives. Notionally, the pilings would be placed at 18-inch intervals to

Panel revisits Trinidad lighthouse options

Paul Mann Mad River Union TRINIDAD – A preservation committee is considering whether it might be possible to stabilize the Trinidad Memorial Lighthouse where it is instead of moving it. Nothing has been decided, but driving pilings underneath the erosion-threatened structure might turn out to be the cheaper and preferable alternative, because funding prospects are

Mad River Current for Thursday, Aug. 10: Drizzle, commissioner removed, Hammond Trail Stewards and butt-tat drama

Thunder and drizzle   Boom! It’s a thunderous morning here on the coast, and probably more so in the hills. And there drizzle. This should continue until about 11 a.m., according to the National Weather Service. By the afternoon, it should be partly sunny.   ‘Do you know who I am?’; Trinidad Council removes commissioner

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