[Audio] Good deeds at local school get national attention; Last week’s top stories

Glen Paul teacher Rachel Cardoza

Glen Paul teacher Rachel Cardoza

In the latest episode of Humboldt Last Week: Some good deeds that occurred at Glen Paul School in Eureka received national attention on a website that gets around 30 million page views a month.

“Honesty really is the best policy,” said Glen Paul teacher Rachel Cardoza. “Humans really are good to each other. If we’re just good to each only good things can come from that.”

Also, other top stories from last week: The DA’s take on the allegedly foiled mass killing in Fortuna, a controversial officer-involved shooting case reaches a verdict, a string of armed robberies, HSU’s president has a request for the president-elect, the Samoa Cookhouse gets a big nod, and more.

Listen to the audio below.

Cardoza and Elijah, h/t HCOE

Cardoza and Elijah, h/t HCOE

Western Chainsaw owner John Hague h/t HCOE

Western Chainsaw owner John Hague h/t HCOE

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5 comments

  • Congratulations Rachel Cardoza and all the other hard working teachers out there! Keep up the great work. Teachers rule!!

  • I wish there were some clue in the body about what exactly — or even generally — happened. It can’t be the quote about honesty or there would be a lot more recognition going around. The audio shows as over 7 min. A quick blurb would be appreciated.

    • Thank you for your comment, it has been noted. These posts are intended to serve as a preview for the audio, not to sum up the content within. Have you ever seen a movie and felt like it was ruined because all the good parts were in the trailer? It’s kind of like that. If an audio summary of Humboldt’s last week of news is not your thing, I completely understand.

  • The child, while shredding, came across an envelope with $$ in it. The child, teacher returned it to the original owner. That is exactly what happened, honesty is the best policy. Pretty straightforward, yay Elijah!!

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