Caroline Titus, Editor and Publisher of the Ferndale Enterprise, Ferndale's finest weekly, will stop by the Awkward Pause radio show this afternoon to give us a sneak peak at tomorrow's headlines. It's a hard-hitting, no-holds-barred look at some of the goings on in Ferndale and the larger Eel River Valley. Join us this afternoon, won't you?
Cliff Berkowitz / Friday, May 10 @ 9:49 a.m. / Community
Cliff talks with Matt Filar, of the Humboldt Crabs about their upcoming season, history, preseason dinner, the new batting cage in left field and the upcoming new bleachers.
Cliff Berkowitz / Monday, May 6 @ 9:26 a.m. / Community
Cliff talks with Silvia and Debby, local volunteers at the American Cancer Society. They are currently looking for volunteers for their "Road To Recovery' program. This is a program in which volunteers drive patients who are unable to drive or don't drive anymore to their treatments.
Mike Dronkers / Wednesday, May 1 @ 1:52 p.m. / Community
- Is it the way the intersections are designed?
- Is it a community unaccustomed to sharing the road?
- Do we have enough traffic enforcement officers on the ground?
Emily Sinkhorn from KHUM's Happy Trails and the Redwood Community Action Agency talks about the myriad problems that contribute to unsafe streets locally, and she says there's no silver bullet.
Cliff Berkowitz / Wednesday, April 24 @ 8:44 a.m. / Community
Cliff talks with Susan Doniger, District Interpretive Specialist at Fort Humboldt. "Donkey Days" will be this Saturday and Sunday from 10am - 5pm and free to the public. Along with this event, the fort's history is discussed along with it's controversy in the Native American community and the park's efforts to reach out to that community and tell the full story, warts and all.