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Shots Fired, Hatchet Mentioned In Sunny Brae

Sunday, September 8, 2013
Shots Fired, Hatchet Mentioned In Sunny Brae

The location now being processed is just down the street from where accused double murderer Bodhi Tree was apprehended on May 18. »

Aldergrove House Packed With Pot, Hash, Shotgun And Electrical Hazards

Friday, September 6, 2013
Aldergrove House Packed With Pot, Hash, Shotgun And Electrical Hazards

Wieland was arrested for cultivation of marijuana, possession of marijuana for sale, maintaining a residence for drugs and armed in the commission of a felony. He was transported to the Humboldt County Correctional Facility where he was booked and released on his own recognizance due to jail overcrowding. »

School Board To Reconsider Dan Johnson Plagiarism

Thursday, September 5, 2013
School Board To Reconsider Dan Johnson Plagiarism

There are two agenda items which appear involve the Johnson plagiarism and Brown Act scandals – a public hearing on the disclosed documents and consideration of possible action to address Johnson's plagiarized speech: »

Create The Mad River Union Newspaper’s New Logo

Thursday, September 5, 2013
Create The Mad River Union Newspaper’s New Logo

The new Mad River Union newspaper, which debuts Oct. 2 needs a logo, and is asking local artists for their ideas. »

Armed Men Invade Manila Campsite, Attack Campers

Tuesday, September 3, 2013

The suspects used a stun gun against her husband and beat him with a wooden cane. She also witnessed one of the suspects point a rifle at her husband. »

Becky Didn’t Make It

Tuesday, September 3, 2013
Becky Didn’t Make It

The other two dogs, “Angel” and “Ginger” are still at the shelter and are both doing fine. Angel is currently up for adoption. Ginger is in need of a foster home. »

Brown Act Trampled In NHUHSD’s Damage Control Frenzy

Friday, August 30, 2013
Brown Act Trampled In NHUHSD’s Damage Control Frenzy

At no point in any of the dozens of messages do the school officials devote any discussion to the core issue raised by teachers, parents and other citizens – the glaring double standard in the way Johnson has been coddled and excused for his plagiarism, undermining teachers’ ability to credibly teach students that cheating... »

Three-Home, Two-Town Cannabis Factory Complex Taken Out

Thursday, August 29, 2013
Three-Home, Two-Town Cannabis Factory Complex Taken Out

The growing operation that was being conducted inside the home consisted of 10 1,000-watt grow lights and was utilizing nearly 12 times the electricity of a typical Arcata family home. Records indicated the residents were currently enrolled in the PG&E CARE program for low income families. »

Yaksmen Claim Persecution, May Leave Arcata

Monday, August 26, 2013
Yaksmen Claim Persecution, May Leave Arcata

“Please inform your readers and general public that though reported as argumentative, in fact, the ‘Yakmen’ are committed to peacefully non violent change from this totalitarian police surveillance state,” Vanciel wrote. “Just like Gandhi, we recognize that peaceful resistance is the only way.” »

Arcata Union Rack Restored, Now In Arcata’s Museum

Saturday, August 24, 2013
Arcata Union Rack Restored, Now In Arcata’s Museum

Rather than replace the weathered wedge of old cardboard and duct tape with modern cardboard and duct tape, Stonebarger chose to install a stout plank of wood. He wanted something with character, and after a three-hour search, found just the chunk in the back of a warehouse at Almquist Lumber. »