Fifth District Supervisor Candidates Talk Jobs, Marijuana and More

Incumbent Ryan Sundberg and challenger Sharon Latour each talked about their stances on everything from medical marijuana, to jobs and business creation, to the Klamath Basin Restoration Agreement (KBRA). Read More →

VOICES: Ernie Stewart for Ryan Sundberg

Mr. Sundberg has. He has proven both his commitment to securing our county’s future and encouraging cooperation between departments. We can all agree that there is a need for increased funding for public safety. Read More →

Sheriff Downey: Law Enforcement Coverage Comes With a Price Tag

Humboldt County Sheriff Mike Downey and 5th District Supervisor Ryan Sundberg were in Willow Creek on Thursday, March 27, to let residents know that law enforcement coverage won’t be increasing before 2017. Downey told the audience the economic downturn combined with an unexpectedly slow recovery had forced cuts in law enforcement coverage. Read More →

Humboldt County Looks To Cut Another $2 Million From Budget

By KRISTAN KORNS, Two Rivers Tribune Humboldt County’s five supervisors met over video link from five different locations and took questions over Twitter for the County-wide public budget hearing on Thursday, March 6. Supervisor Ryan Sundberg, who represents the County’s 5th District, said, “I appreciate being able to have these County meetings here in Hoopa, […] Read More →

Virtual County Budget Meeting Held in Hoopa and Throughout Humboldt

The Humboldt County Board of Supervisors sat down with members of the public in each of the county’s five districts on Thursday, Feb. 28, and used videoconferencing equipment to see and hear each of the gatherings across the county. Read More →

Pot Grow Operations Among Topics Discussed at Anti-Drug Coalition Meeting

Humboldt County Fifth District Supervisor Ryan Sundberg and Hoopa Tribal Police Chief Robert Kane met with the Klamath-Trinity Anti-drug Coalition (KTAC) in Hoopa on Wednesday, Oct. 3, to talk about a variety of topics including the impact of marijuana cultivation in the community. Read More →

VOICES-Humboldt County Fifth District Update

I am almost to the end of my second year as your Supervisor for the 5th District, and I am still learning new things daily. There are many challenges and opportunities our County tackles, and it has been an honor to represent our diverse District. Below are a few subjects that I have found interesting, and I would like to share them with you. Read More →

Willow Creek Community Services District Update on Waste Water Project

The WCCSD board meeting on March 22 was called to order promptly at 8am with all board members, General Manager, Steve Paine, and Office Manager, Lynn White, present. There was standing room only for those who came to hear both an initial public presentation by the waste water project committee and more about the possibility of broadband coming to town. Read More →