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Friday, Feb. 16

Mad River Union: Arcata gets a State of the City report card

City of Arcata Meetings: City Council - Agenda - Feb 21, 2018 6:00 PM

Savage Henry: Top 5 Urban Farming Pests (And How To Stop ‘Em)

City of Arcata: City Offices Closed in Observance of Presidents' Day

City of Arcata: City Offices Closed in Observance of Presidents Day

City of Fortuna: Help Restore Rohner Creek

RHBB: Owner’s Cell Phone Used to Track Stolen Vehicle as EPD Chases Car Through Eureka

Times-Standard : Suspect evades arrest after stolen vehicle pursuit

RHBB: BLM Crews to Burn Piles of Brush and Small Trees During Next Two Months in Southern Humboldt

News Channel 3: A Wink and a Smile: Adoptable Pet of the Week, Feb. 15 2018

RHBB: Kind Deeds by Eureka Police Bring Smiles

KINS: Talkshop 021618 – Karen Diemer

News Channel 3: Bicycle Stopped in Crescent City, Meth and Paraphernalia Seized

KINS: Fred Nelson – CC021618

KINS: AM News 021618

Washington Post: Laws we used to have on the books could have prevented the Florida school shooting

Washington Post: More than 40 percent of Trump’s first Cabinet-level picks have faced ethical or other controversies

The Oregonian: OHSU doc drafts cannabis primer for other doctors

Seattle Times: Everyday items like colognes, cleaning products are big source of air pollution, study finds

Press Democrat: Rep. Mike Thompson decries congressional inaction on gun measure after Florida shooting

Press Democrat: Disaster money finally on way for North Coast crab fishermen

RHBB: ‘Hope’ is Looking for Forever Home

RHBB: The Humboldt Wine Festival is March 17th in HSU’s Kate Buchanan Room

Thursday, Feb. 15

Times-Standard : Federal budget cuts could impact library services

Times-Standard : Chad Smith trial to begin April 2

NY Times: Church of England asks members to give up PLASTIC for Lent

NY Times: 'I'm Just More Afraid Of Climate Change Than I Am Of Prison'

Entrepreneur: Americans are spending as much on legal marijuana as they do on car parts, yogurt or Halloween candy.

Sonoma News: CanPay pushes cannabis debit card into California and other states

Forbes: Lawsuit Argues That Feds' Cannabis Ban Violates Our Constitutional Rights

Consumer Reports: Want to Protect Against Websites That Spy on You? Get an Ad Blocker.

LA Times: Electronics-recycling innovator faces prison for trying to extend computers' lives

Times-Standard : Child Welfare agrees to AG reforms to protect children from abuse

Times-Standard : Humboldt County schools prepare staff, students for the unthinkable

Seattle Times: Amazon, EPA reach $1.2M settlement over online sales of illegal pesticides

RHBB: Event Producer Alleges That Cannifest Had to Be Postponed Because of County of Humboldt’s ‘Lack of Policies’

Times-Standard : Fair official seeks to lock in commission even when race dates overlap

Times-Standard : ETS-L-outspoken

RHBB: In 24 Hours, the Coast Guard Aided Three Fishing Vessels From Mendocino to McKinleyville

Times-Standard : Coast Guard rescue 2 fishermen, assist 2 additional vessels

RHBB: Multiple Residents Have Lost Access to Their Homes After Large Truck Breaks Through Bridge on Fish Creek Near Miranda

KMUD: Supervisor Rex Bohn Discusses 2018 Goals for RCRC…

KMUD: MCC Says, Summer Arts and Music Festival is ON!

KINS: PM News 021518

KMUD: Fort Bragg Planning Commission rejects permit for Rt. 1 Botanicals cannabis manufacturing facility

KMUD: SoHum's legal cannabis industry advances

NCJ: Wiyot Tribe Votes to Remove McKinley Statue

Savage Henry: Extreme Home Makeover…Nah, You’ve Just Got a Meth Problem

News Channel 3: Fortuna officer to be honored for saving life

BBC: Ultra-processed foods 'linked to cancer'


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