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Northcoast Environmental Center: Mindful☼Mondays: Reflection Prompts

Redwood Coast Business: SHORT RIBS and RANDOM THOUGHTS, April 19, 2020 almost summer edition

NCJ: Fires Burning in Bald Hills Area

Wild Rivers Outpost: Management Council Recommends Closing Chinook Fishery in Northern California Due To Expected Low Klamath River Fall Returns

NCJ: Man Fatally Stabbed in Arcata Identified

Mad River Union: Stabbing victim identified: Luis Enrique Pinel Zelaya

RHBB: Two New Fires Burning in the Bald Hills area

RHBB: Wildfire in Mendocino Has Reached Around 185 Acres Since Last Night

KINS: Talkshop 041921 – John Dalby

City of Eureka Meetings: Board of Appeals Meeting - Cancelled - Apr 23, 2021

County of Humboldt Meetings: Fish & Game Advisory Commission Agenda - Zoom Meeting

KINS: AM News 041921

KINS: Mike Downey – CC041921

Study Finds: Take a hike! Nature sounds can decrease pain, lower stress, and improve your mental health

Daily Beast: “Sasquatch” investigates the claim that Bigfoot massacred three people involved in a marijuana deal in the Emerald Triangle.

NY Times: There’s a Name for the Blah You’re Feeling: It’s Called Languishing

NY Times: On the Water in Alaska, Where Salmon Fishing Dreams Live On

NY Times: There’s a Booming Business in America’s Forests. Some Aren’t Happy About It.

RHBB: Firefighter Injured at Vegetation Fire Burning West of Willits on Highway 20 After Car Fire Spreads to Wildland

NY Times: In Indianapolis Shooting, a Red Flag That Never Flew

Washington Post: White House removes scientist picked by Trump official to lead key climate report

Washington Post: Huge plastics plant faces calls for environmental justice, stiff economic headwinds

Washington Post: ‘Ripe for fraud’: Coronavirus vaccination cards support burgeoning scams

Huffington Post: First-Ever Wild Wolf Collar Camera Shows What They Really Do All Day Long

The Guardian: ‘I am now truly afraid of the woods’: behind the hunt for Sasquatch

The Guardian: ‘Semi-literate’: writers in bitter row over Bob Dylan books

The Guardian: My life in weed: from hippies and Swat teams to boardrooms and trade mags

The Guardian: Supreme court justice Amy Coney Barrett reportedly signs $2m book deal

The Hill: NASA helicopter Ingenuity makes history with flight on Mars

The Hill: Five people shot in Shreveport

LA Times: How a scrappy Chicano from L.A. came to own a Scottish castle

KTLA: NASA’s Mars helicopter Ingenuity makes history, takes flight on another planet

LA Times: Mayor Garcetti plans nearly $1 billion in spending on programs to address homelessness

LA Times: Pig’s head left at former Santa Rosa home of Chauvin defense witness

Sacramento Bee: Rescued hiker faces investigation over where he was found, California officials say

Sacramento Bee: 4 officers hospitalized as protesters march in Sacramento over national killings by police

KRCR: 2 injured in Lakehead shooting, suspect detained

Marin Independent Journal: Marin organizations prepare for surge of migrant children

Press Democrat: Sonoma County’s largest freshwater lake, sacred site was drained by a farmer with dynamite

Press Democrat: Graton residents oppose plan to import Occidental wastewater

The Oregonian: Why some people may have to return their $1,400 stimulus check to the IRS

The Oregonian: Detectives perplexed by mysterious Oregon cattle mutilations

The Oregonian: Wildfires in April: Klamath County blaze scorches 1,200 acres

NPR: How TikTok And Skater Girls Are Sending Skateboard Sales Off The Wall

NPR: Europe's Top Soccer Teams Announce New 'Super League'

NPR: Fast-Moving Fire On Table Mountain Destroys South African Landmarks, History

AP News: Attorneys at Chauvin trial in Floyd death make final pitch

AP News: Officials: Hunger-striking Navalny to go to prison hospital

RHBB: Storm Damage Repairs on Alderpoint Road

RHBB: PG&E: ‘With Millions of Californians Still Working and Schooling from Home, Calling 811 Before Digging More Important Than Ever’


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