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Redwood Drive Road Closure photos

 

 

Submitted 12_31_2008 by Marty Messenger, Humboldt County Roads   

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The Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office says they are continuing to investigate the murder of Reetpaul Singh Rana, the  San Francisco man who’s body was found on Saturday, September 13, 2008 near the Dyerville Loop Road north of Alderpoint Road.

As previously released, Mr. Rana’s vehicle, a light blue 1996 SAAB four-door sedan, was discovered on a dirt access area on the north side of Big Lagoon on September 10, 2008.  The vehicle had been damaged by fire.

Sheriff’s Detectives have determined a person of interest may have been hitchhiking near Big Lagoon on the night of Wednesday, September 10, 2008.  That person, Ryan Carroll, may have hitchhiked from Big Lagoon, north on US Highway 101.  Sheriff’s Detectives are interested in speaking with anyone who may have seen Carroll or given him a ride that evening.  (Ryan Carroll’s picture is attached).

Anyone with information about Ryan Carroll or this investigation should call Detective Cheryl Franco at (707) 268-3644 or Sergeant Wayne Hanson at (707) 268-3639.

Wanted for Questioning in the Reetpaul Rana Murder CaseWanted for Questioning, Reetpaul Rana Murder Case

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

On April 9th, the Shelter Cove Pioneers sponsored a debate between the candidates running for the 2nd District supervisorial seat. The audio provided below is part of the multi-hour event. Thank you to Behr for the audio recording.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Live Your Language Alliance sponsored the 1st Native Language Conference on March 17, 2008.

 

The following is Sarah Supahan, the Indian Education and Native Language Director for the Klamath Trinity Joint Unified School District, explaining how No Child Left Behind interacts with native language learning in the California school system.

 

 

The following is audio of Melody George Moore a teacher at Hupa High School, as well as the Hupa High School language class performance and audio of Susan Gehr, Karuk Language Program Director sharing a Karuk story about slug.

 

 

 

The following is the two part KMUD audio recording of Todd Sobolik speaking at the Housing Summit on March 14.

 

Here's the link to this audio file in case you'd like to download it, or if your browser doesn't have Flash installed: sobolik1.mp3

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).

 

Here's the link to this audio file in case you'd like to download it, or if your browser doesn't have Flash installed: sobolik3.mp3

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).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mendocino Redwood Company held a public meeting at the Red Lion Inn in Eureka on March 15. The meeting followed the format of the Fortuna meeting held on the morning of March 15.

Sandy Dean, the Chairman of Mendocino Redwood Company began by presenting a PowerPoint presentation, followed by a question and answer period.

The following is the KMUD audio recording of the March 15 Eureka meeting.

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).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Mendocino Redwood Co. held a public meeting in Fortuna on March 15 to present information about their proposed reorganization plan for Pacific Lumber and take questions from the public. The following audio is approx. 1 hour and 20 minutes.


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).

 

The Joint Disclosure Statement is available on the Mendocino Redwood Company website: www.mrc.com

Sandy Dean, chairman of MRC presented a Power Point presentation at the beginning of each public meeting, both Fortuna and Eureka, it is also available on the MRC website: mrc.com

 

If you have questions about the voting system or need a ballot you are advised to call Logan & Co. at

1-800-224-7654

or visit their website at loganandco.com

 

 

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