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Mad Scramble

Happy Trails | Tuesday, Feb. 12

This morning Emily Sinkhorn and I spoke with Ingrid Kosek of Friends of the Annie & Mary Rail Trail. We spoke about their big fundraiser happening this weekend in Blue Lake called the Mad Scramble. This is a Cyclecross event taking place in the Powers Creek District off Taylor and Mondo Ways staging at Jewell Distillery on Saturday. The first race is at 11am. There will be 2 timed races: 30 minutes and 60 minute, and 2 kids races will take place between the races. Registration opens this Friday at 4pm at Mad River Brewing Company in Blue Lake. You can also register at the event starting at 9am. We also talked about the fact that funding for the final 4 miles of the Humboldt Bay Trail have been approved. Construction is expected to begin in 2021.


Surfrider Hosts the 3rd Annual Black and White Ocean Night

Humboldt Bay Watch | Wednesday, Dec. 12, 2018

Julie Stewart, Surfrider Humboldt Secretary and Event Coordinator for Black and White Ocean Night at the Arcata Theater Lounge talks about this year's event. Black and White Ocean night is this upcoming Friday, Dec. 14th. It is an all ages event and only $3 suggested donation to get in the door, this event begins at 6:30p.


Darlene Spoor, Executive Director of Arcata House Partnership

Humboldt Hot Mic | Wednesday, Feb. 6

Darlene Spoor, executive director of Arcata House Partnership, talks with KHUM's Lyndsey Battle about what her organization is doing to help people in need during extreme weather events. She needs more volunteers!


Diggin' Dirt Tore It Up In The Studio

Live at KHUM | Friday, Aug. 24, 2018

This Humboldt band has been taking the world by storm recently! Diggin' Dirt is returning to Arcata after 5 months. They popped into the studio before the show to have a bit of fun.


Boys & Girls Club Teen Court Program

Not For Kids Only | Thursday, Feb. 14

Sacha Marini, Director of Boys & Girls Club Teen Court Program, talks with KHUM about this incredible youth lead program based on the principles of restorative justice. For youth wanting to learn more about getting involved with Teen Court or folks wanting to sign up for the next jury training on March 28th, visit their website: http://www.bgcredwoods.org