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Mario, flutes and trains – Colorado museum a trove for collectors - humboldtbeacon.com
In basements, bedrooms and home offices, in cluttered drawers and neat display cases, the things we collect are all around us. Whether it's vintage postcards, baseball caps or vinyl records, antique flutes, model trains or video-game memorabilia ...
Candidates submit signatures to Elections Office; Friday marked filing deadline - humboldtbeacon.com
The majority of candidates filing for local races didn't wait until the last minute to turn their signatures into the Humboldt County Elections Office, officials said Friday. ”We've verified everything that's come in,” Elections Manager ...
Daylight savings time starts Sunday - humboldtbeacon.com
WASHINGTON — Spring is closer than you think, and here's a sure sign: Daylight saving time arrives this weekend. Most Americans will set their clocks 60 minutes forward before heading to bed Saturday night. Daylight saving time officially ...
Why does Connecticut want to regulate movie volume? - humboldtbeacon.com
NEW HAVEN, Conn. — Connecticut could become the first state to curb loud movies under proposed legislation that's drawing opposition from the Motion Picture Association of America. The legislature's Public Safety and Security Committee is ...
CHP: Impaired Garberville man loses control of vehicle - humboldtbeacon.com
A driver in Garberville who lost control of his car Thursday and hit a tree was determined to be under the influence of drugs, according to a press release from the California Highway Patrol. Kevin James Kay was driving his 2005 Toyota Tacoma ...
Victoria Azarenka falls in Indian Wells return - humboldtbeacon.com
INDIAN WELLS, Calif.—Third-seeded Victoria Azarenka tumbled out of the BNP Paribas Open on Friday night in her first match in more than a month, falling 6-0, 7-6 (2) to American Lauren Davis. Azarenka, from Belarus, had been sidelined since ...
Round 2 of Proposition 39 funds released; about $3 million on way to Humboldt County school districts - humboldtbeacon.com
Humboldt ... Proposition 39 goes to local educational agencies -- such as county offices of education, K-12 schools, charter schools and state schools -- and can be used to fund energy efficient projects, according to California Energy ...
Ruth Lake at full capacity - humboldtbeacon.com
... 49 percent capacity and Lake Shasta at 41 percent capacity, according to the California Department of Water Resources website. This is the third time in 52 years the lake has been filled to capacity in March, according to the press release.
Public opinion varies on outdoor pot ordinance; concerns over plant, property size limitations voiced to Planning Commission - humboldtbeacon.com
Public opinion on a proposed outdoor marijuana grow differed between growers and their neighbors during the Planning Commission's Thursday evening meeting. The ordinance -- which amends the Coastal and Inland Zoning Regulations sections of the ...
Robin Thicke navigates a year of hits and heartbreak - humboldtbeacon.com
Robin Thicke has been straddling a few lines, blurred and otherwise, during the past year. It started out gangbusters last March 26, when the singer released “Blurred Lines,” a collaboration with T.I. and Pharrell, as the first single and ...