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Broad Coalition Says No to Jordan Cove LNG and Pipeline

Pete Nichols talks to Waterkeeper Alliance Senior Organizer Lesley Adams about a fracked gas pipeline that would trample farms, ranches, and tribal lands to reach a proposed liquefied natural gas (LNG) export terminal in Coos Bay, Oregon. The proposed 229-mile pipeline would impact more than 400 waterways, including the Rogue, Umpqua, and Klamath Rivers. The LNG terminal would be one of the largest climate polluters in the state.

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City of Arcata

In last week's Arcata City Council Meeting, city council was addressed by North Coast Prepatory Academy students Olivia Joachim and Eva Swartz presented several facts about gun control laws throughout the state and country. 

Food For Thought

In Wiyot country.  

LeeAnn Moore joins Jennifer Bell to talk about growing up eating traditional Wiyot foods.


The Humboldt County Department of Health and Human Services reported in a press release  that the county has three time more hepatitis C cases compared to the California state average. Nearly one in 18 people had cases of the virus in 2017. Public Health is working on ways to bring the number of cases down. 

The full press release is below: 

Millions of people in the U.S. live with chronic hepatitis, and according to the California Department of Public Health, Humboldt County’s rate of new cases of hepatitis C is nearly three times the state average.

Shakespeare’s Richard II explores the changing nature of kingship in England, and contrasts the poetic but ineffectual Richard with the Machiavellian Bolingbroke, who deposes him to become Henry IV.  Join Solomon and Mary for some beautiful Shakespearian poetry about the downfall of a king.


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Pete Nichols talks to Waterkeeper Alliance Senior Organizer Lesley Adams about a fracked gas pipeline that would trample farms, ranches, and tribal lands to reach a proposed liquefied natural gas (LNG) export terminal in Coos Bay, Oregon. The proposed 229-mile pipeline would impact more than 400 waterways, including the Rogue, Umpqua, and Klamath Rivers. The LNG terminal would be one of the largest climate polluters in the state. 


Arcata watercolorist Alan Sanborn joins Artwaves this week, as the second in a series of Artwaves interviews with North Coast Open Studios artists who’ve participated in the event since it began 20 years ago.

Also, music merges with visual art courtesy of Kathrin Burleson’s “The Creation” painting series featured in Eureka Symphony’s final concert of this season to be held Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m. at the Arkley Center for the Performing Arts in Eureka.


The North Coast Journal's Linda Stansberry explores the world of animal death and necropsy reports at the Sequoia Park Zoo in Eureka. She explains the Zoo's history with exotic animals, new sustainable practices as well as how care conditions and zoo regulations have changed since it's inception in 1907. 

Forest Service Reclamation Cleans Up Illegal Grow Sites

May 16, 2018
Shasta-Trinity National Forest Service

In a multi-agency effort, the Shasta-Trinity National Forest Service restored several illegal marijuana grow sites. Through Law Enforcement and Investigations, a grow site reclamation operation was conducted. The operation focused on eight sites in Trinity County, which impact the South Fork of the Trinity River was completed from May 8 to May 11, 2018. 

You might remember the Fortuna California Conservation Corps' John Griffith's viral video from several years ago. No? The one where the 'mountain man' boss shared dance moves with CCC's Antwon McCoy and Leonard Patton? 

Marlon Sherman discusses topics from treaty law, Tribal law and his philosophy of Cooperative Autonomy.  

Marlon Sherman is a Professor & Department Chair in the HSU Native American Studies Department, specializing in indigenous and tribal law, justice, peacemaking, governance, environment, resource use, culture, history and philosophy.

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If this were a normal Monday morning, students at Santa Fe High School in Santa Fe, Texas, would be heading back to class. Instead, school is closed, its classrooms still a crime scene. The big question for investigators: How did a gunman walk into school Friday morning, killing 10 people and wounding 13?

But Katelyn "Kayte" Alford and her 1,400 classmates struggle with a different question: How do we move on from this?

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