Here’s a sneak peek at the March 9, 2011 edition. Pick up a copy or subscribe to read the articles.
• Trinidad Library gets a temporary home! And Patti Fleschner has an update on how much money has been raised for a permanent library.
• McKinleyville subdivision hits a snag. A commissioner calls the subdivision “one of the worst projects I’ve seen.”
• There’s a house in Mack Town that’s a nuisance. Neighbors complain of a large number of big rats!
• Coast Guard plucks man from boat.
• Compromise reached on Trinidad tsunami siren.
• Blockbuster closing in McK.
• Old bell, stored in McK, returned to San Marcos. Video here:
• County budget problems.
• Irish music and an Irish meal coming up. And who are these Pilot Rock Ramblers? Read about them.
• Getting drunk behind Safeway has its drawbacks. Find out why in the Sheriff’s Log.
• Pat Higgins says McKinleyville needs a Municipal Advisory Committee. Jack Durham has a different idea on the same subject. Chuck Harvey calls the uproar over rezoning a “Tempest in a Teapot.”
There’s much, much more, so don’t miss this Wednesday’s paper.