Helicopters Flying North Ignite Rumors

Helicopter from earlier this year Four helicopters flew formation north bound today.  The black machines were typical of those used by law enforcement said several people who spotted them in the Southern Humboldt skies early Sunday.  The large number and the military formation sparked rumors of raids but, at least one person suggested that the rain had caused most growers

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Humboldt Job Applicant

Sign of the Times By Kim Sallaway Got jobs? He may not have every qualification for working with marijuana (discretion, for one, is apparently missing) but he spelled all the words on the sign right. ========================================================= Kim (a professional photographer who captures some amazing images) sent me this photo right after I posted the Manicurists coming to Humboldt photo.  I

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Symbolic Seating?

Clif Clendenen In a Melville novel, the fact that yesterday Paul Gallegos ate at a table towards the kitchen of Hurricane Kate’s while Clif Clendenen ate centered in the halo of the front window would be symbolic of their political fortunes… For the record, we weren’t seated near a window either.

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Harvest for Law Enforcement in Southern Humboldt

Fall leaves color the hills and a different kind of fall foliage waved its tutti frutti scent down the main street of Garberville around noon today.  Passerbys inhaled the pungent sweet odor and turned to each other questioningly. “A truck just drove by filled with marijuana,” explained Lisa Music, owner of Pizzazz, a hip clothing store in that Southern Humboldt town. 

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I Married My Cousin

I married my cousin Some responsibility settles on your shoulders like the heavy yoke of an ox cart but other responsibility, no matter its weight, lightens your load and gives joy. This weekend, I married my cousin. (In spite of how the photo looks, I’m performing the ceremony–not wedding my beautiful cousin.)I cried when they asked me to do it,

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Are You Prepared?

My Husband could be Mad Max Are you prepared? I’m sure not. The current financial crisis fell smack on top of the usual subdued concerns about natural disasters and I started wondering if, well, you know, the world as we know it could end and The Garberville Vet’s Hall would become the Thunderdome and my husband would be Mad Max

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