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Tuesday, April 16

Times-Standard : City of Rio Dell seeks public’s help in illegal dumping incident

Humboldt Baykeeper: April 23 Public Meeting on CalTrans' 101 Corridor Safety Improvement Project

RHBB: Ambulance Responding After Vehicle Rolls Over on Eel Rock Road

Sacramento Bee: Harris Ranch, buyer quiet on details but stress family-owned roots in wake of sale

Sacramento Bee: In the age of legal marijuana, many employers drop ‘zero tolerance’ drug tests

MelMagazine: THE RISE OF THE BUSINESSES THAT WANT TO ROLL YOUR JOINTS FOR YOU

Scientific American: Behind the Buzz: How Ketamine Changes the Depressed Patient's Brain

Redding Searchlight: Lassen County man convicted of killing more than 150 protected birds

Forbes: Mapping San Francisco's Human Waste Challenge - 132,562 Cases Reported In The Public Way Since 2008

City of Eureka Meetings: City Council - Apr 16, 2019

Washington Post: ‘Many people can’t find themselves on a map,’ laments Alabama meteorologist

Vox: Marijuana legalization is very popular

Seattle Times: What an Olympic medalist, homeless in Seattle, wants you to know

Huffington Post: This Is How Microplastics Can Pollute The Air You Breathe

CBS News : LA: ‘We’ve Really Passed Tipping Point Of Danger’ On The Homeless Crisis

BBC: Sentenced to read - the teens who sprayed racist graffiti

BBC: Microplastics found in 'pristine' Pyrenees mountains

Willits News: Great Redwood Trail plan clears more hurdles

Press Democrat: Redwood tree falls on truck, forces hours-long closure of Hwy. 116

The Guardian: Four prisoners dead in six weeks: the crisis unfolding in San Diego county jails

Lost Eureka: 1889.04.16

The Guardian: Got a minute? Global attention span is narrowing, study reveals

Times-Standard : State pot offices to open in Times-Standard building in Eureka

Monday, April 15

Times-Standard : David Josiah Lawson’s mother, in tears, says she won’t give up fighting for justice

The Guardian: 'We're not a dump' – poor Alabama towns struggle under the stench of toxic landfills

Times-Standard : Tax Day Penny Poll allows resident to choose tax distribution priorities

RHBB: Big Rig Overturned on 101 Near Ridgewood Summit Blocking One Lane

Times-Standard : Activists to protest Rex Bohn’s ‘bad joke’ before Board of Supervisors meeting

NPR: The End Of Empathy

Grist: How to protect our food from a crazy climate? Consider the hazelnut.

Huffington Post: Interior Department Watchdog Opens Ethics Probe Of New Agency Chief

KMUD: Community Calls Out University for Gutting KHSU

KMUD: KHSU Community Calls Out University for Gutting Station

KMUD: 1st District Supervisorial Race Off to a Scandalous Start

Non Sequitur: Non Sequitur by Wiley Miller for April 16, 2019

Times-Standard : Investigation into Old Town vandalism leads to two suspects found assaulting a city bench

County of Humboldt: Wind Energy Project Draft EIR now available for review

RHBB: [UPDATE 2:30 p.m.: Road Open Now] Crash Blocks One Lane of Hwy 36

County of Humboldt: Groundbreaking held for The Center at McKinleyville

RHBB: [UPDATE 11:32 a.m.: Possible BHO Lab] Shed on Fire in Rio Dell After Explosion

RHBB: [UPDATE 12:08 p.m.] 101 Blocked Near Big Lagoon After Large Redwood Falls

Rep. Jared Huffman: Rep. Huffman Statement on California’s Request for a Major Disaster Declaration for Flooding Damage

Lost Eureka: 1889.04.15

Sunday, April 14

Times-Standard : Civic Calendar: Supervisors to review sales tax funding recommendations

RHBB: Hwy 1 Closed Due to Downed Power Lines After RV Hit Pole

Non Sequitur: Non Sequitur by Wiley Miller for April 15, 2019

Redwood Coast Business: JERRY BROWN’S ADVICE ON BEATING TRUMP

Redwood Coast Business: THE LAST WEEK IN CARTOONS

Redwood Coast Business: SHORT RIBS AND RANDOM THOUGHTS, April 14 2019

RHBB: A Tangle Entraps Local Crabbers Even Though They Contend They Aren’t the Problem


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