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Tue Aug 10 2010 (Updated 08/12/10)Humboldt County Sheriff's Officers Kill Unarmed Man
Tue Aug 10 2010 (Updated 08/12/10)Copwatchers Wary of Police, DA, and Media Criminalizing Shooting Victim Robert Garth
Redwood Curtain CopWatch writes: "Humboldt County Sheriff Officers shot and killed Robert Garth in the morning of Saturday August 7, 2010. CopWatchers and friends of the Garth family went to Blue Lake, after learning of the shooting. We took lots of video and photos. We want to share what we learned, in brief. First this: As we write this post, we anticipate two things. The first is that the media (i.e. Thadues Greenson of the Times-Standard who was in Blue Lake) will parrot, stating as fact, the police story. That's what the media ALWAYS does."
Fri Jul 23 2010 (Updated 07/25/10)Dozens of Tribes Gather to Protest MLPA Task Force Meeting
Fri Jul 23 2010 (Updated 07/25/10)Indigenous People of the North Coast Respond to Act That Condemns Tribal Tradition
On July 21, more than 50 tribal nations peacefully took control of the Marine Life Protection Act’s Blue Ribbon Task Force meeting in Fort Bragg. The group of more than 300 stood together to protest the implications of the act on their traditional tribal activities on the North Coast. For thousands of years, these tribes have sustainably gathered coastal resources in their ancestral territory.
Wed May 19 2010Groups Vow Legal Challenge Against Highway Widening Threatening Ancient Humboldt Redwoods
GARBERVILLE, Calif.- The Environmental Protection Information Center and the Center for Biological Diversity vowed an all out legal challenge against a highway-widening project that not only threatens the ancient redwoods of Richardson Grove State Park, but could also change the rural character of Humboldt County.
Wed Apr 15 2009 (Updated 04/22/09)Offshore Oil Hearings Protested in San Francisco
Wed Apr 15 2009 (Updated 04/22/09)Final Public Hearing on Plan to Open US Coast to Offshore Oil Drilling Held in SF
The Obama administration was in San Francisco on Thursday, April 16th, to hold a day-long public hearing on Bush's offshore oil and gas proposal, which would open nearly the entire US coast to offshore drilling, including Northern California's Point Arena Basin. Protests against the drilling proposal continued throughout the day.
Fri Mar 27 2009 (Updated 03/30/09)Environmental Groups Object to Militarization of Coastal Waters
Fri Mar 27 2009 (Updated 03/30/09)Weapons Training Area Includes Pacific West Coast from Canada to Mendocino
The U.S. Navy is facing criticism for its training operations on the Pacific coast. Environmental groups say some areas should be off limits to weapons testing. The Navy wants to use nearly the entire U.S. coastline for weapons and warfare training including under water bomb detonations and mining, and the use of aircraft, missiles and sonar. Environmental groups say the use of sonar and bombs has long-range effects on marine life.
Thu Feb 26 2009Ongoing Medical Marijuana Busts Throughout Mendocino County
Thu Feb 26 2009Mendocino County Under Medical Marijuana Siege
Laurel Krause writes: Ongoing medical marijuana busts throughout Mendocino County have been arresting local residents daily. I was one of five busts made and charged with two felonies (cultivation and intent to sell/distribute) on February 20th, even though I had my doctor recommendation and was growing with the guidelines published at the Mendocino County website.
Wed Feb 25 2009Poor Communities Cope with Poor Economy
Wed Feb 25 2009Homelessness in Ukiah, California
After a lengthy budget stalemate, state lawmakers have reached a compromise spending plan-increasing taxes and cutting education and social services. That means social services are in decline, at a time when demand is increasing-given the nations economic downturn. In the town of Ukiah, California, some rural community organizations are unable to keep up with the increased demand.
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