Archive for September, 2012

Gov Signs Chesbro’s Forest Protection Bill Into Law – September 30, 2012

Sunday, September 30th, 2012
Gov Signs Chesbro’s Forest Protection Bill Into Law – September 30, 2012

“Another motivation for authoring this measure is to curb the damage to the environment caused by illicit drug production on timberlands,” Chesbro added. “During two hearings I held last year as chairman of the Joint Committee on Fisheries and Aquaculture, fisheries experts, the Department of Fish and Game and environmental groups documented the extensive... »

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Torpor Temporarily Tempers Testosterone-Tinged Tempests – September 30, 2012

Sunday, September 30th, 2012

• Saturday, August 25 2:28 a.m. After a wholly unnecessary contretemps at a relatively mellow Plaza bar, a drunk wandered down the donut shop alley to a parking lot, where he was tased and cuffed. »

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Excalibur Medieval And Craft Faire This Weekend, Sept. 29 & 30

Friday, September 28th, 2012
Excalibur Medieval And Craft Faire This Weekend, Sept. 29 & 30

Visit authentic encampments and learn the latest in 13th Century technology! Stroll the streets of our market and inspect the wares of dozens of craftsmen and artisans, then quench your thirst with a hearty ale at the Dark Horse Tavern, and feast like a king on turkey legs, wild boar and much more.... »

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HSU Business Instructor Dies – September 28, 2012

Friday, September 28th, 2012
HSU Business Instructor Dies – September 28, 2012

Scott was a longtime instructor in the School of Business. He has taught classes in tax accounting and managerial accounting since 1999. »

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HSU President Richmond’s Message On Yesterday’s Tragedy – September 28, 2012

Friday, September 28th, 2012
HSU President Richmond’s Message On Yesterday’s Tragedy – September 28, 2012

Yesterday was a sad and tragic day for the Humboldt State University community. »

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A Message From The Victims’ Families – September 28, 2012

Friday, September 28th, 2012

The families of Jessie Hunt (husband Matt and children), Terri Vroman Little (husband Brian and children), the late Suzie Seemann (husband Hank and children), and the late beloved running dog/partner "Maggie" would like to thank the numerous Humboldt County residents, especially the Six Rivers Running Club, for the outpouring of concern and condolences regarding... »

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HSU Geography Lecturer Loses Life In Hit-And-Run Accident – September 27, 2012

Thursday, September 27th, 2012
HSU Geography Lecturer Loses Life In Hit-And-Run Accident – September 27, 2012

ARCATA – Suzanne (Susie) Seamann, a Humboldt State University Geography lecturer, was killed the morning of Thursday, Sept. 27 in a hit-and-run accident on Myrtle Avenue south of Ole Hanson Road. Seeman, along with Terri Vroman-Little, 50, of Eureka, and Jessica Hunt, 41, of Eureka were jogging northbound on west shoulder of Myrtle Avenue,... »

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Bayside Woman Killed On Myrtle Avenue – September 27, 2012

Thursday, September 27th, 2012

Jessica Hunt and Terri Vroman-Little sustained major injuries due to the collision and were transported from the scene to St. Joseph Hospital. »

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Salzman Claims Victory In Panhandling Lawsuit – September 26, 2012

Wednesday, September 26th, 2012
Salzman Claims Victory In Panhandling Lawsuit – September 26, 2012

"I think it's important for people to consider that if you believe in the protection of free speech and in defending our Bill of Rights, then you need to be willing to defend the rights of people you don't agree with, or find annoying. Or, in the case of the ACLU defending the Nazis'... »

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How Cannabis Grows Poison Forest Wildlife Detailed In Thursday, Sept. 27 Lecture

Wednesday, September 26th, 2012
How Cannabis Grows Poison Forest Wildlife Detailed In Thursday, Sept. 27 Lecture

Gabriel and his colleagues are finding an alarming rate of rat poisoning deaths in fishers, a near-endangered member of the weasel family that live in some of the most remote forests in California. »

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