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KHSU Magazine: NCJ Analysis Favors Madrone in 5th District

KHSU's Natalya Estrada talks with the North Coast Journal's Thadeous Greenson on the close race for 5th District Supervisor --last check they were separated by only 33 votes--and how ballots are counted. She also speaks with the North Coast Journal's Jenifer Fumiko Cahill on talking with community member Wendy Chan about her life growing up in China before moving to the United States, and how those experiences reflect in her cooking classes.

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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.

Song of Six Rivers, Zev Levinson

May 11, 2018

Zev Levinson has a new book out! It is an epic poem released by Humboldt University Press. The local author is reading tonight, May 11, 2018, 7 PM at Northtown books in Arcata!!  Zev spoke with Danielle Orr on the KHSU Magazine in April to talk about the book.

Fix It - Healthcare at the Tipping Point

May 11, 2018
Danielle Orr

Dr. Corrine Frugoni  and the local Chairperson of Healthcare for All-Humboldt, Patty Harvey join the KHSU Magazine with Danielle Orr to invite you to the showing of Fix It: Healthcare At The Tipping Point. A documentary about the problems of the U.S. Healthcare system and the solution. All are invited to the local showing on May 15th at 5:00PM, Arcata Minor Theater.  More information at: 707.822.3141 or

Mailing in a donation for the film to P.O Box 4531, Arcata CA 95518 reserve your seat! Seating is limited!

Local meetings  for Healthcare for All-Humboldt are the 4th Wednesday of each month from 5-6 PM, at the Arcata Library in the Conference Room.

Redwood Restoration Campaign Kicks Off

May 11, 2018
Save the Redoods League

Redwood National and State Parks are famous for their towering redwoods, but they are also in desperate need of a helping hand.

Feeding Our Community One Mailbox at a Time

May 10, 2018
Katie Whiteside

“This is a great way to get some volunteer time in, this is  a great way to do something for our community,” explains mail lady Suzanne Stafford  about her role in the food drive. This Saturday you will see blue bags full of food in or near mailboxes as the community makes donations to our local Food For People during the 26th Annual Letter Carrier Food Drive. Anne Holcomb from Food For People and Suzanne Stafford aka Bones stop by the KHSU Magazine to give details.


The next earthquake is likely to happen when you least expect it. Relatively infrequent events are hard to plan for.  Geologist Lori Dengler advises making preparedness a high priority. Make a habit of checking up on your supplies of water, food, batteries and medical supplies.


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When Congress approved giving $380 million to states to bolster the security of their elections, state officials were caught off guard but extremely grateful. Elections are notoriously underfunded and haven't seen a windfall like this from the federal government in more than a decade.

But getting that money out to all the states, and then into the hands of localities that run the elections, with enough time to have a meaningful effect on the 2018 midterm elections is a difficult proposition.