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Thursday, December 8, 2016
HUMBOLDT COUNTY, CALIFORNIA

Scuber Mountain is making a new album!

Lyndsey Battle / Friday, Oct. 28 @ 10:08 a.m. / Interview

Are you tired of hearing the same ole' Scuber Mountain songs on the KHUM airwaves?  If the answer is yes.....You're in luck!  Scuber Mountain has a new album in the works and needs your help. Kym, Aber and Russ stopped by to talk about recent happenings, share a song that will appear on the new album and talk about their go fund me page.

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Pacific Union School Music Benefit Tonight

Bayley Brown / Thursday, Oct. 27 @ 12:18 p.m. / Music

Proud parent Mike Pilatti came in to talk up Pacific Union School's Autumn Concert tonight.  This is a free event, but they are taking donations and selling burritos to benefit the music program.  

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If you cannot attend the event, but would like to donate, please email Jim at jhatchimonji@pacificunionschool.org or call Larisa 707-616-2342.  



(AUDIO) Betty Chinn is in the New York Times!

Bayley Brown / Tuesday, Oct. 25 @ 11:14 a.m. / :)

Well what a fabulous surprise this morning! Eureka philanthropist and saint Betty Chinn was featured in California Today, a regular column published by the New York Times written by third-generation Californian Mike McPhate. Check out the article here

Of course Betty also stopped by KHUM to discuss this exciting experience. Listen below.  

(AUDIO) Betty Chinn in NYT!

Photo taken at an earlier date at the Blue Angel Container Village. By: Bayley Brown



My Conversation with Austin Allison

Cliff Berkowitz / Tuesday, Oct. 25 @ 7:42 a.m. / Politics

Monday morning Austin Allison, running for Eureka City Council was visiting the building so I grabbed him for a quick interview. I asked him what he stood for, what he wants to accomplish, and his position on measure P. 

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The Humboldt FORGE checks in from Standing Rock

Lyndsey Battle / Sunday, Oct. 23 @ 2:56 p.m. / Interview

This morning, I was to speak with Nicola Walters and Phil Santos from The Humboldt FORGE.  They are currently camping in Standing Rock, North Dakota.  Phil and Nicola share their perspective of how things are moving forward in the wake of yesterday's encounter between water protectors and local law enforcement, resulting in a record 83 arrests.  In addition to discussing the struggles faced by water protectors, they also advocated for a change in colonialist rhetoric and deeper reflection on how the relations in Standing Rock influence relationships within our own community.

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Previously:

Standing Rock Update: Perspective from Myron Dewey of Digital Smoke Signals

An update from Connor Handley on Standing Rock

Local tribes stand with Standing Rock

 



KHUM Roadshow Time! 2016 Edition

Bayley Brown / Thursday, Oct. 20 @ 2:55 p.m. / :)

A picture from a previous road show.. because this hasn't happened yet.

We've decided in the spur of the moment to head out of the beautiful Cream City Mall building in Ferndale to come a tad closer to you.  

Listen for guests, live music, and lots of shenanigans.  Oh, and come by and see us in person! 

 



The First 5 Express is Coming to Humboldt

Bayley Brown / Thursday, Oct. 20 @ 11:04 a.m. / Community Services

Betty Kwan Chinn Day Center Program Manager Theresa Hessian and City of Arcata Recreation Division Recreation Supervisor Heather Stevens came in to talk about what's going on with their organizations and spread the excitement about the First 5 Express coming to Humboldt on Monday, October 24!  It will be at the D Street Neighborhood Center in Arcata from 10 a.m. till Noon then will be at the Day Center in Eureka from 1:30 p.m. till 3p.m.  

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More information about the two stops of the First 5 Express can be found on the flyers below.  

Hessian also spoke about a Renter's Rights workshop on Wednesday, October 26 from 11 a.m. till 2 p.m.  They are organizing that in partnership with Eureka Parks & Recreation and Legal Services of Northern California.  To RSVP please call 707-407-3833.  

The Day Center also has it's regularly scheduled Foster Respite Program on Friday, October 28.  The Humboldt State Women's Basketball will be organizing a Halloween Fair.  To RSVP please call 707-407-3833.