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Bank Robbery of Bank of America, 334 F Street, at 1:19 pm December 7, 2009.   Any info contact Eureka Police Department.

Security camera image of alleged bank robber

 

 

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California Marine Life Protection Act Initiative Announcement

 
What: MarineMap training and instructional presentation via teleconference and webinar. Visit http://www.dfg.ca.gov/mlpa/meetings_n.asp#public for a brief description of MarineMap.

Who:  Members of the public are invited to:

View data currently available for the north coast
Draw marine protected areas (MPAs) and create MPA arrays
Receive feedback on MPA concepts

When: There will be three opportunities to participate in this training via teleconference and webinar from their home or office if they have a phone line and internet access:

7:00-8:00 p.m. – Tuesday, November 3, 2009 (TONITE)


Toll Free Call In Number: 1.877.662.7634, passcode: 6379063 #
Make your reservation now at GoToWebinar: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/129313777

7:00-8:00 a.m. – Wednesday, November 4, 2009


Toll Free Call In Number: 1.877.662.7634, passcode: 6379063 #
Make your reservation now at GoToWebinar: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/298876849

12:00-1:00 p.m. – Thursday, November 5, 2009


Toll Free Call In Number: 1.877.662.7634, passcode: 6379063 #
Make your reservation now at GoToWebinar: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/837379720



Content provided will be the same during each presentation.

 

Citizens for Rail and Port Development held a candidates forum with the candidates for Division 3 and 4 of the Humboldt Bay Harbor District. 

This forum on October 7, 2009 was sponsored by the Humboldt Bay Stewards and facilitated by the League of Women Voters, and took place at the Samoa Cookhouse.

Candidates: Division 3: Incumbent Mike Wilson, and Challenger Dan Hauser. Division 4: No incumbent, Challengers John Ash (not present), Susan Penn, and Richard Marks.

 

Audio recorded by Terri Klemetson, KMUD News

You may download the audio file using this link . Use the right mouse button and choose Save Link As (some browsers display it as Download Link Target, and on a Mac hold the Control key while clicking on the link).

  This article was originally ttitled Missing Person: Sam Cushman

KMUD News reported on 10/29/2009 that Mr. Cushman's pickup truck and his remains have been found.

Here's an article in the October 30, 2009 edition of the Eureka Times-Standard:

Human remains found in Trinity County last week were identified as a missing Garberville man on Wednesday and his death appears to be a suicide.

Sam Dunlea Cushman, 36, was reported missing May 3 and was classified as "at risk," according to the Humboldt County Sheriff's Office. The Trinity County Sheriff's Office determined that Cushman died from a self-inflicted shotgun wound. He was identified through his dental records.

A citizen hunting on private property reported finding a 1998 green camouflage Toyota Tacoma truck approximately two miles south of Island Mountain in Trinity County on Oct. 24. The truck belonged to Cushman, according to the Humboldt County Sheriff's Office.

Cushman dropped off his child at his former girlfriend's home on April 28 and then disappeared. After he did not return phone calls and e-mails, his former girlfriend notified police.

Link to this article: http://www.times-standard.com/ci_13675566

 

 

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Below is the original article from our website:

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Humboldt County Sheriff's Office

826 Fourth Street, Eureka, CA 95501

 

 

Date: May 08, 2009 From: Brenda Godsey, PIO

(707) 268-3645


Subject: Missing Person Case: 200902894

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE


Humboldt County Sheriff's Office is looking for a Garberville man who has been missing after unexpectedly dropping off his child at his ex-girlfriend's house and disappearing. On May 3, 2009. Sam Dunlea Cushman's ex-girlfriend reported that she had not seen nor heard from Sam since he dropped off their child on April 28. The woman added that Sam had not returned her phone calls or e-mails and that was unusual for Sam. She said on April 29 she had received a telephone call from a friend of Sam's who told her he had seen Sam that day. He told her Sam had been acting strangely and he was concerned about Sam. That was last time Sam has been seen.

 

 

Sheriff's Deputies checked Mr. Cushman's house and found many of his personal items still at the house. Further investigation revealed that Mr. Cushman may be struggling with some personal problems and he has a history of drug use and depression. Mr. Cushman is considered an "at-risk" missing person.

 

Mr. Cushman drives a 1998 green camouflage Toyota Tacoma, California license plate 8S71716. Mr. Cushman is known to travel to Mendocino County via Bell Springs Road. He is 36 years old, 6 feet tall, and 145 pounds. He has brown hair and green eyes. He has several tattoos including a lion's head on is back. Anyone with any information regarding the whereabouts of Sam Cushman should call the Humboldt County Sheriff's Office at (707) 445-7251.

GARY PHILP

Sheriff


 

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MISSING: Sam Cushman

 

If you're concerned or want to find more information about health issues, including the recent swine flu outbreak, please check the Humboldt County Department of Health and Human Services website www.humboldthealthalert.org

 

A meeting to discuss the future of the Southern Humboldt Community Park was held at the Mateel Community Center in Redway on February 24, 2009. It was attended by about 200 people, most speaking in support of rezoning the park from Agricultural zoning to Recreational.

KMUD News reporter Cynthia Elkins attended the meeting and recorded the statements. As a public service we make the recording available in two parts. You can listen online or download the file to your computer. If you would rather receive a recording on two CD's (in higher audio quality) you may purchase the set for $15, shipping included. Call KMUD at (707) 923-2513.

 

Part 1 (59:32)

Use this link if you'd like to download the file or if the player above doesn't work for you. Right-click on the link to download (control-click on the Mac).

 

Part 2 (1:01:46)

Use this link if you'd like to download the file or if the player above doesn't work for you. Right-click on the link to download (control-click on the Mac).

 

Comments, suggestions, problem reports regarding these files should go to tech -at- kmud dot org.

 

The Eureka Police Department is requesting the public's assistance in locating a missing juvenile named Christine Noel McArthur.  Christine is a white 16 year old female, 5'07", she weighs 100 lbs, has brown hair and brown eyes.  The last time Christine was seen was approximately two weeks ago.  Any one with information regarding Christine is urged to contact PSO Mary Anderson at Eureka Police Department at (707) 441-4300 or call the 24-hour dispatch number (707) 441-4044.
(Bulletin issued February 19, 2009)

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How to Submit Comment on Offshore Oil Development

The Minerals Management Service has proposed a new 5 year program for offshore oil and gas developments.  The public has until March 23rd September 23rd to submit public comment.

For information on the proposal:
Fact Sheet: http://www.mms.gov/ooc/PDFs/DPP_FactSheet.pdf

To submit a public comment on the new proposal, people can go to :
www.regulations.gov
The Docket number is:
MMS-2008-OMM-0045

Or people can send a comment by mail to:
Minerals Management Service
Attention: Leasing Division (LD)
381 Elden Street, MS-4024
Herndon, VA 20170-4817

 

Northwest Training Range Complex

The U.S. Navy has been training in the Northwest Training Range Complex for national defense purposes for over 100 years. In line with the Northwest Training Range Complex-wide management practices, the U.S. Navy has prepared a Draft Environmental Impact Statement/Overseas Environmental Impact Statement (EIS/OEIS) to comprehensively evaluate the effects of current and future Navy activities within the range complex on the environment.

Deadline for public comment on the Environmental Impact Statement is March 11, 2009

Find information about this here: http://www.nwtrangecomplexeis.com/

 

This Wednesday afternoon community radio station WORT in Madison, Wisconsin talked about last week's "Operation Southern Sweep" and interviewed KMUD volunteer Charley Custer.

Here is audio from A Public Affair, Wednesday edition, courtesy of wort-fm.org

 

Use this link if you'd like to download the file or if the player above doesn't work for you. Right-click on the link to download (control-click on the Mac). 

 

Assemblywoman Patty Berg of California's first assembly district, was in Redway on Friday, June 27, to present a $1.95 million grant for upgrading the Garberville Sanitation District. Ms. Berg also talked about the state's budget.

Below is raw audio from that town-hall meeting.


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