Southern Humboldt Takes a Field Trip to Sacramento

  In response to funding for school transportation being halted, Southern Humboldt has mobilized.  A Facebook site has been set up to coordinate activities and keep the community informed. Artists, such as Janet Young who created the graphic above, are developing images to help shape public and legislative opinion.  A petition requesting Assemblyman Wes Chesbro and Senator Noreen Evans introduce

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Arizona Governor Lets Marijuana Lawsuit Drop

Budtender at Local Dispensary   Arizona Governor, Jan Brewer, dropped her lawsuit that kept new medical marijuana dispensaries from opening.  Saying that she is still concerned that “state employees at the Department of Health Services, charged with administering and licensing marijuana dispensaries, face federal prosecution” because of the federal governments recent hardline stance on state and county governments attempting to

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Icy Roads

  UPDATE 5:29 P.M. : Marty said that he sanded the Thomas Rd. site where the accidents occurred heavily about 3pm.  He’ll check it again tomorrow morning.  Meanwhile, drive slow through there. UPdate 10:57 A.M.: Marty, from County Roads says that he has been to the Thomas Rd. site and has put up flares and icy signs.  He is going

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Zip the Ziptie Program or Else, Feds Tell Mendocino

UPDATE 12/5/2012: Mendocino Board of Supervisors seeks outside Counsel to deal with Federal subpoena of Ziptie Program records. ————— A flurry of rumors scuttled across Mendocino and spread throughout California this last week. First the Press Democrat announced the pioneering Mendocino ziptie program suspended. Then the Ukiah Daily Journal and the Times Standard declared it hadn’t been suspended. Today, Michael

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