2019, The Year in Photos 

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Photo by Mark Larson
Wayne Davis, one of the two-person University of Nevada, Reno team, worked out in the single buck saw event in the Lumberjack & Jill Show on March 15.
Photo by Mark Larson
Many local high school students headed out from class to participate in the March for our Lives protest on March 23.
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Brandishers of Magic (James Peck, Sarah Peters and Pratik Motwani) joined in the fun at the Clown Cabaret at Dell'Arte on April 7.
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Long-time festival attendee Jace Baldosser, of Blue Lake, ended a May 10 dance at Eureka's Adorni Center with a fancy move with Brett Young, of Monterey,
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David Josiah Lawson's younger brother Anthony joined the graduating seniors in a symbolic replacement role in the Black Heritage Graduation Celebration on May 17, two years after his elder brother was slain at an off campus party..
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Charmaine Lawson on May 18 with an honorary diploma for her son, David Josiah Lawson, a Criminology and Justice Studies major at the time of his April 15, 2017 stabbing death. She returned to her chair to stand among the graduating seniors, most of whom began shouting, "Justice for Josiah!"
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The Kinetic Grand Championship finished May 25 on Ferndale's Main Street.
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This Crabs batter makes solid contact with a pitch on opening night June 1.
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Shannon and Terry (foreground) of the Slippery When Wet team worked their way toward an eventual third-place finish in the Shuck and Swallow Contest at Arcata Oyster Fest on June 15.
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Lorna Kidd applied the finishing water spray to "The Kraken" sand sculpture (it includes a ship at lower right) as part of the Let's Get Kraken team that won the Most Dedicated Diggers award at the June 29 Sand Sculpture Contest in Manila.
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A slow shutter speed allowed the colorful costumes of the belly dancing group Ya Habibi in front the Enchantment Stage at Arcata's Fairy Fest on June 30 to blur in the photo.
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McKenzie Dibble of the Humboldt Aerial Collective was wrapped up in the aerial silks in her performance on the plaza for Arcata's 4th of July Jubilee.
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Volunteer Toby Griggs, of Arcata, uses a gentle push to get lanterns out into the gentle breezes across Klopp Lake on Aug. 10 for the annual lantern ceremony.
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Fresh salmon fillets are skewered on redwood stakes for the Klamath Salmon Festival on Aug. 17.
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Frank Gensaw, of Crescent City, helped his father Sam Gensaw Jr. with the traditional fire pit cooking of salmon steaks.
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New Humboldt State University President Tom Jackson Jr. at his Welcome Back to Campus event Aug. 19.
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Laura Ayllon, of Loleta, put her sun hat to good use on the sunny afternoon of Aug. 24. She placed second in the Most Glamorous category during Ladies Hat Day at the Humboldt County Fair.
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Arcata Climate Strike participants skipped out on high school to rally on the Arcata Plaza on Sept. 20.
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This owl puppet joined the All Species Parade around the Arcata plaza on Sept. 21.
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Pastels on the Plaza attracted the usual large crowd of artists and onlookers Oct. 5.
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Wiyot Tribal Chair Ted Hernandez and Eureka Mayor Susan Seaman signing the land transfer paperwork to make the city's return of Tuluwat Island to the Wiyot Tribe official Oct. 21.
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Surrounded by family, Cheryl Seidner led the closing song during the Oct. 21 ceremony commemorating the return of Tuluwat Island to the Wiyot Tribe Oct. 21.
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A zombie Princess Leia from Star Wars (Leslie Quinn) joined the zombie flash mob performance of "Thriller" on Oct 31.
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Trick or Treat on the Plaza brought out a lot of adorably cute costumed children.
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The Humboldt Transit Authority e-bus with a different look for the Electric Vehicle Parade in Blue Lake on Nov. 30.
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The Dairy Princess float in Ferndale's 27th annual Ferndale Lighted Tractor Parade with Dairy Princess Halee Nickols (right), First Alternate Dairy Princess Grace Miller (left); and Second Alternate Dairy Princess Brianna Brazil (middle) on Dec. 15.
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More than 100 people, some with homemade signs, showed up after sunset on the Arcata Plaza as part of the coordinated "Nobody is Above the Law" campaign, with more than 600 rallies planned nationwide on "impeachment eve," Dec. 17.
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