Sneak Peek at the 3.30.11 issue

This is your weekly sneak peek at the coming edition of the McKinleyville Press.

To read this week’s articles, buy a copy from a newspaper rack or retail location in McKinleyville, Trinidad, Fieldbrook, Arcata or Eureka.

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Below are just some of the articles in this week’s edition:

• Logging planned near Strawberry Rock in Trinidad.

• McKinleyville Little League to hold opening ceremonies Saturday, Find out who will throw the first pitch.

• Westhaven ponders a new fire assessment, which could impact homeowners’ insurance bills.

• Planning Commissioner resigns – again.

• Stone Lagoon breaches for the first time since 2008.

• Planners told that protecting fish could harm local farmers.

• Supervisors approve polarized Coastal Commission nominees.

• Tree planting volunteer day planned near Mad River. There’s also a Hammond Trail cleanup day.

• The McKinleyville Press always prints a lot of community news about local kids doing well in school, people winning awards, etc. You may have noticed the McKinleyville Matters column, which is a potpourri of local news. That column dates back to at least the 1970s, maybe earlier. I was told that the late Mrs. Rameyused to write the column. Later, Mrs Wilkins wrote. The column appeared in the Arcata Union, which went out of business in 1995 – the year before the McKinleyville Press was launched. If you have a family member celebrating a birthday, anniversary, etc., send us information for the McKinleyville Matters column, which is now compliled by McK Press staff. Let’s keep this tradition going.

• By the way, tucked in that column is some interesting information about Horizon Air and its decision to stop serving the McKinleyville Airport. It would appear that the airline has contradicted itself on more than one occasion.

• On the opinion page there’s commentary about the situation at Clam Beach.

There’s much more in this week’s edition, so get a copy today.

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