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Oct 10th KMUD Interview With Natalie Arroyo

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Humboldt Edge 2014 October/November Edition

The latest Edition of the Humboldt Edge is on the streets. You can find your digital copy here: http://www.humboldtedge.com/editions/ [...]

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Humboldt Edge 2014 August/September Edition

The latest Edition of the Humboldt Edge is on the streets. You can find your digital copy here: http://www.humboldtedge.com/editions/ [...]

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Homeless in Humboldt County: An early cast of characters

By Marion “Then I met the founder of the American Homeless Society, Ruben Botello, a former Marine, and a backer of Cesar Chavez. He also did several hunger strikes in Humboldt County” I was from LA County. I had experienced the 1965 Watts Riots first hand at 12 years old. My father drove us through [...]

June 30, 2014 humboldtedge.com May/June 2014 ( Vol.1 No.4 ) 1
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Lessons from the Edge

by Lorena Boswell [...]

June 19, 2014 humboldtedge.com Content, FrontPage 0

Education, economics & quality of life

by Gary Mack “A non-profit administrator responded as if I should accept mediocre health care from a clinic because it was the only show in town willing to accept Medi-Cal.” Upon considering the meaning of news and opinions published since December in Humboldt’s printed media, a statement author James Bryce made in “The American Commonwealth” [...]

June 16, 2014 humboldtedge.com May/June 2014 ( Vol.1 No.4 ) 0
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Another Way To Do Shelter and Housing

by Edie Jessup “There are other ways to achieve the elimination of homelessness in our area.” “YCSPI is a place for second chances.”   I have just returned from Alfred, Maine, and the York County Shelter Programs, Inc. I went back to visit YCSPI, where I worked for 8 years in the 1990’s. What I saw [...]

June 9, 2014 humboldtedge.com FrontPage, May/June 2014 ( Vol.1 No.4 ) 1

On a misty Sunday morning

by Jessica Renae On a misty Sunday morning in Eureka, Angela Thompson, 35, and her husband, Jared Jowett, 22, shared with me their story. I started out in Wyoming, working in the gas and oil industry. I started on my own company and was general manager of another one, making about $150,000 a year. One [...]

June 2, 2014 humboldtedge.com May/June 2014 ( Vol.1 No.4 ) 1
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Born with a broken Halo

By Steve We are Not a tailless monkey playing follow the leader. We are the eyes, ears, lips, hips and fingertips of the Universe and we have a tale.           My parents divorced at my birth. My facial deformity was too much for my mother to afford, so my father took [...]

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