Sunday, November 4, 2018

[Audio] Humboldt’s new normal after pot legalization; Last week’s top stories

Humboldt Last Week features quick local stories and typically ends with a longer one. Downloadable and on podcast networks for later listening.

In the latest episode of Humboldt Last Week (7:12)

Update, 3 p.m. Nov. 5: In the interview the number of properties on the market in Southern Humboldt is mentioned anecdotally. Kym Kemp has confirmed as of today there are 238 listings on the market in Southern Humboldt. -Myles

Award-winning journalist Kym Kemp shares her insight on marijuana legalization so far in Humboldt -- the upsides, the downsides, and what can be done. Kym and I also share feedback we’ve gathered from farmers, business owners, and community members including Eureka Police Chief Steve Watson.

Other stories in Episode 104

With a concluded investigation the DA will begin considering charges in the Lawson case this week, the new novel “Annie California” has characters from Humboldt, NPR covered an HSU professor’s nightmare health bill, a possible pot brownie incident at a local high school, Eureka is set to make a big decision about In-N-Out Burger, Kym Kemp earned an award, filmmaker Francis Ford Coppola teamed up with some Humboldt fellas on a cannabis line, an unfortunate Arcata homicide statistic, and much more.

Humboldt Last Week also has some lightheartedness, new music picks, and event suggestions. On the radio throughout the day on 99.1 KISS FM Mondays.

Episode partners: Cafe Nooner - Bongo Boy Studio - Tuyas Mexican Restaurant

Kym Kemp