Gaining ground: marching for human rights

Video by Michelle Meyers. Protesters lined the streets of downtown Eureka on Jan. 21 to be part of the worldwide Women’s March. This year’s Women’s March occurred on the one-year anniversary of Donald Trump’s inauguration. It is now considered to

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The North Coast Crab Fleet is geared up

Standing at the fish counter at Katy’s Smokehouse, you get a sense of the sea around you. The breeze and the roar of the sea is right outside, while the inside is warm. The experience is accompanied by the aroma

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Life & Arts

Dorm-made kombucha is a thing

A funky, moldy belch clings desperately to the humid air, evoking a similar funk to a brewery. Will Suiter, 18, is an amateur chemist and kombucha connoisseur. He makes kombucha in his HSU dorm room. Kombucha, as many of us

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