Letter of Thanks to the Community from the Parishioners of St. Bernard Church

During services for Father Eric Freed last month, Stanley Fosnaugh released three white doves representing faith, hope, and love. (Photo by Mark McKenna.) Letter from St. Bernard’s Parishioners and Staff, Thank You to the Community, On New Year’s Day, St. Bernard Parish suffered a tragic loss. Our beloved Pastor, shepherd and friend, Fr. Eric Freed, was taken from us as a

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SoHum Gaining New Public Access Channel

Access Humboldt is pilot testing a new channel in Southern Humboldt.  At first, it won’t be consistently maintained but the plan is to increase the programming. “Initially,” explained Seth McLaughlin, the Executive Director of Access Humboldt, “we’ll be airing a mirror of our Civic10 channel on the Suddenlink system – which carries local government meetings, including County Board of Supervisors

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Sanctions Removed from College of the Redwoods

College of the Redwoods Press Release: Accrediting commission removes CR from all sanctions  College of the Redwoods was notified by the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges on Friday, Feb. 7 that it has been removed from probation, and all sanctions, and that its accreditation has been reaffirmed.  ‘‘All CR employees and Trustees worked as a team to achieve

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Man Saved from Cliff Near Garberville in Early Morning Rescue

Man over cliff brings emergency crews out to work in the early hours this morning near Garberville. (Photo from the Facebook page of Southern Humboldt Technical Rescue.)  Around 4:15 this morning, a man was reported as having fallen off a bank near Garberville just north of the Sprowl Creek exit sign. Kent Scown, fire chief for the Garberville Fire Protection District

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It’s Official: Humboldt’s Drought Conditions Now Considered Extreme

Information provided by the US National Weather Service. (Graph from here.) According to the US National Weather Service, the drought conditions for Humboldt and Trinity Counties have just been re-categorized from Severe up to Extreme. Some areas of California have even been moved to Exceptional–the worst level possible. Furthermore, the Climate Prediction Center is saying that the next few months

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Some North Coast Rivers Closed to Fishing Because of Drought Conditions

California Department of Fish and Wildlife: The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) has closed some waters to fishing in order to protect native salmon and steelhead from low water flows in California streams and rivers that have been significantly impacted by drought. CDFW is also recommending that the Fish and Game Commission adopt emergency regulations on other rivers.

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