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Cold rain, police don’t deter 4/20 revelers in Arcata; hundreds spend afternoon in Redwood Park for annual pot celebration
ARCATA — Increased enforcement and wet weather weren’t enough to keep hundreds of revelers from descending on Redwood Park Tuesday afternoon to take part in the annual celebration of all things marijuana: 4/20.
Arcata officials are discouraging residents from visiting Redwood Park on Tuesday for the spontaneous, and costly, unofficial marijuana holiday. April 20 has become something of a spectacle in Arcata, with anywhere from hundreds to thousands of
EUREKA — Over the past several decades, global warming has brought climate change to Humboldt County. In response to this issue, College of the Redwoods will bring visiting artist Jonathon Keats to Eureka for a program at 8 p.
Two students from Eureka High School are holding a baseball mitt drive to donate to the Redwood Empire Little League teams. Students Stephen Nessler and Trevor Woodard are collecting mitts until May 31.
Candidates for Humboldt County District Attorney are sure to offer fireworks with four candidates running for the job held by Paul Gallegos since 2003.
The first debate will be held Thursday, April 15th from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the Senior Room of the Arcata Community Center and will air live on Channel 12. The debate will be hosted by the Redwood ACLU and moderated by ACLU chairman Greg Allen.
The second debate starts at 6pm on Friday, April 16 at the Humboldt Area Foundation. Focus will be on animal cruelty cases. More info at the Humboldt Vegetarian Society.
Gallegos, according to his Facebook page, is the “best criminal prosecutor we’ve had in Humboldt County.” His three challengers think otherwise. Tune in to see who makes the case. You be the judge.
Tribe gets funds to study concept of transit system [Daily Triplicate]
The Yurok Tribe will receive federal funds to perform a feasibility study to determine if a transit system could be used in Redwood National Park.
Last week, the Federal Transit Administration announced $24.8 million will go to national parks, forests and wildlife refuges in 20 states to help implement public transportation systems within those areas.
Obituaries: Michael “Mike” Roy Musch (Jan. 19, 1954 – Apr. 03, 2010) [Daily Triplicate]
Michael was born and raised in Fullerton, Calif. He graduated from Fullerton High School in 1972. Mike was in Future Famers of America and rode bulls and broncos in high school rodeos.
After graduation, Mike joined the Navy as a gunner’s mate. After the Navy, Mike started a family in La Mirada, Calif., where he owned a gardening service and participated as a volunteer fireman. He later became a tree trimmer for the city of Whittier. 13 years later Mike had a deep desire to move out of the big city and moved to Del Norte County, where he had family. Mike worked as a commercial fisherman for a few years and in 1995 Mike started with the Del Norte School District as a custodian. He worked at Mountain, Redwood, the high school and Pine Grove. Mike loved the interaction he had with co-workers, staff and students.
‘It all comes together’ [Daily Triplicate]
After-school group shoots own scenes at Redwood Elem.
“Quiet on the set!” fifth-grade student Raili Makela yelled out to the room full of students spending Monday afternoon in a video production class at Redwood Elementary School.
The room went quiet.
“Camera rolling,” she continued. “Five, four, three, two, one.”