Collage art donated by artist Deborah, from Mendocino county.
Deborah finds the humor in the cannabis sub culture, and translates that humor through her artwork.
These art prints are 16" by 20", suitable for framing and collecting. We would like to get a minimum donation of $95 for each. Please call (707) 923-3911 to reserve yours.
Long Valley Teachers Association organized a debate between the candidates for Mendocino County 3rd district supervisor on April 24, 2014. From left to right: Moderator Alison Pernell, Holly Madrigal, Clay Romero, Hal Wagenet, Tom Woodhouse. The event took place at the Laytonville Elementary School and was broadcast live on Redwood Community Radio's KMUD Garberville, KLAI Laytonville and KMUE Eureka, as well as Round Valley Community Radio's KYBU Covelo.
You can listen to or download the audio from the forum, see the link below.
Accused Nashville murderer Terrance D. Brown is now in custody in Eureka (Humboldt County), California.
Brown, 25, was arrested Monday night at a casino hotel after security there found a substance thought to be meth in bedding that had come from his room and notified the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office. Brown claimed to be someone else; however, a fingerprint check revealed his true identity and that he is a fugitive from Nashville.
Brown is under indictment for the September 8, 2012 shooting death of Dennis Prutianov on Moss Road in South Nashville. Prutianov, 26, was fatally wounded when shots were fired into his house. A second suspect, Terrence Clark, 24, was arrested in July of last year on a murder indictment and remains in the Metro Jail awaiting trial.
The murder case is not Brown’s only issue. He is also named in arrest warrants issued in October 2012 charging two counts of aggravated robbery and one count of aggravated assault. In that matter, he is accused of entering a residence in the 2500 block of Elm Hill Pike, robbing the two persons inside at gunpoint, and firing a shot at one of the victims as he fled.
Brown’s return to Nashville is pending.
Update: April 10, 2014 - According to an article in the Eureka Times Standard, 15-year-old Thomas William Carlson, who was reported missing on April 8, 2014 and last seen at Eureka High School on Mon., April 7, was located unharmed Tuesday April 8 around 3:30 p.m. in Willow Creek. The original post on the missing teenager appears below.
The Eureka Police Department is requesting the public’s assistance in locating 15-year-old Thomas William Carlson who was reported missing on 04/08/14. Thomas was last seen at Eureka High School on 04/07/14. He left class upset and threw his books in the trash. He has not been seen since. A friend reported that he contacted her on Facebook and said that he was walking to Redding, CA.
Thomas is an American Indian male, 5’11”, 160 lbs., with brown eyes and neat brown medium length hair. He was last seen wearing a black jacket and grey sweatpants. Anyone with any information regarding Thomas Carlson is urged to contact the Eureka Police Department at (707) 441-4300 or (707) 441-4044.
Our on-air pledge drive starts April 22, 2014. Your donation now helps us get the drive off to a good start, and you'll get entered into the raffle for several great prizes, including a complete greenhouse! Simply print out this page, fill in the details, and send it to KMUD, PO Box 135, Redway, CA, 95560. Or you might prefer to make an donation online, and we'll fill in the form for you.
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