Andrew Goff / Thursday, Jan. 23 @ 3:30 p.m. / Community
UPDATE: Audio posted. Listen below.
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(Above: St. Joseph's Hosiptal RN Beth Weissbart addresses the standing room only crowd at Thursday's meeting.)
Original post: Assuming the technological gods smile on LoCO and KHUM, you should be able to hear live audio of Thursday afternoon's Humboldt Meth Abuse Awareness Project meeting taking place at Redwood Acres Fairground starting at 3:30 p.m.
If you hear something you like, feel free to chime in in the comment section farther down. For more info go here.
UPDATE: A few photos from the event.
Dr. Michael Fratkin opened the event.
The meeting transitions into breakout sessions.
EPD Chief Andrew Mills and APD Chief Tom Chapman gather community input.
Mike Dronkers / Tuesday, Jan. 7 @ 11:14 a.m. / Community
We were asked to post this, so here it is. When your friends ask why you live there, THIS:
Cliff Berkowitz / Friday, Dec. 6, 2013 @ 9:26 a.m. / Community
Cliff talks with Gabrielle Parkinson about the VITA program to help low and moderate income individuals prepare their taxes and take advantage of the earned income tax credit. About 20 more volunteers are needed to help with the program. If you are good with number call 211 for training or to take advantage of the program.
Mike Dronkers / Tuesday, Oct. 29, 2013 @ 3:45 p.m. / Community
What if instead of throwing your money at Wall Street, you could keep your dollars right here on the north coast?
Julie Fulkerson explores this topic on her KEET-TV program, North Coast Perspectives.
Fulkerson, Fund Humboldt's Seth Geddes, and Humboldt Area Foundation executive director Patrick Cleary [disclosure: Cleary owns KHUM's parent company] spoke on KHUM today about what local investment looks like from grassroots crowdfunding up to self-directed IRAs.
View previous episodes of North Coast Perspectives here.
NORTH COAST PERSPECTIVES: Alternative Investments with Patrick Cleary, Kathy Moxon, Seth Geddes
Airs Wednesday, October 30 at 7:30 p.m. on KEET-HD
Community Investing takes on new meaning in this North Coast Perspectives conversation. Humboldt County is richly diverse with business start-ups. One thing they all have in common…cash flow…and sometimes the need for capital investment. Our guests have years of experience in banking, investing, regional planning and crowd-sourcing. Learn about new possibilities to grow our economy.
Mike Dronkers / Friday, Sept. 27, 2013 @ 10:01 a.m. / Community
The court case against Jason Anthony Warren will likely go to trial in mid-2014.
Local runners Suzanne Seemann, Jessica Hunt, and Terri Vroman Little were struck by a vehicle on Myrtle Avenue in the early morning of September 27th, 2012. The collision killed Seemann as well as Hunt's dog Maggie, leaving Hunt and Vroman Little with severe injuries.
Warren is charged with Seeman's murder as well as the murder of Hoopa's Dorothy Ulrich.
Vroman Little is running again.