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  1. Para Los Ninos executive named Senior FellowRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Daily Trojan

    The Brittingham Social Enterprise Lab housed in the Marshall School of Business recently named Martine Singer, president and CEO of Para Los NiA os, a senior fellow. Singer will work with students in the lab as a mentor and career resource.

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  2. Drought 2015: A report on West Marin's waterscapesRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 27 | Point Reyes Light

    ... Larson said. "Weed in Marin comes and goes in waves, some bigger, some smaller." Several years ago, residents of Marshall fumed when Hog Island Oyster Company wanted to dig a new well on the uplands across from Highway 1. Fortunately, cooler heads ...

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  3. Transbay swim is over, organizers sayRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 20 | Point Reyes Light

    ... began in 1974 when Ms. Hemmingway and Ms. Whitney decided to urge friends to swim with them from Shell Beach to Marshall and back. Less than 10 people made the brackish journey between two tectonic plates, which takes the two roughly an hour. Since ...

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  4. Budget clarity key for new trusteeRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 20 | Point Reyes Light

    ... Clarette McDonald, who represents Dillon Beach and Bodega Bay, and Jill Manning-Sartori, who represents Tomales and Marshall-is running unopposed. A fourth seat up for election this year on the seven-member board remains open, as trustee Monique ...

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  5. Highway to ShellRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 12 | Bohemian.com

    nyone who's ever driven up scenic Highway 1 through Marshall on a weekend knows this: the parking scene at the Tomales Bay Oyster Company is chaotic. Cars are everywhere along the road, some swinging U-turns as they try to park, people toting coolers ...

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  6. Mooring plan takes effect in bayRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 13 | Point Reyes Light

    ... by the prospect of having legal status for their moorings. "We're no longer outlaws," said George Clyde, a 17-year Marshall resident who helms a Grady-White named "Kingfisher." "Now we know it's legal and I can keep it and pass it down to my ...

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  7. Debris spurs shellfish changesRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 13 | Point Reyes Light

    Concerns that too much oyster cultivation gear gets loose in Tomales Bay have led state agencies to review the rules of shellfish farms leases throughout the state and begin to develop a first-ever set of best management practices along with input from growers. A meeting held last week at the Marconi Conference Center in Marshall convened oyster farmers, agency representatives, and locals to discuss the major issues-brought to the limelight in large part by an Inverness resident's blog- which include both the types of gear used as well as abandoned gear or infrastructure known as "legacy debris."

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  8. Marshall man makes vision appRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 6 | Point Reyes Light

    A new smartphone app that helps people with low-vision underwent a successful litmus test in West Marin last week. If the app-designed by a former professor who lives in Marshall-secures federal approval, it could provide millions with a relatively affordable option to remedy failing eyesight.

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  9. Lorraine Almeida's visions displayed at Dance PalaceRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 6 | Point Reyes Light

    ... what I felt was coming through meditation and dreams." Ms. Almeida, who also runs the Art by the Bay Gallery in Marshall, grew up in Massachusetts and moved to the Bay Area with her family after graduating from high school. She married early and had ...

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  10. Hardware store sells, no changes plannedRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 6 | Point Reyes Light

    ... store's new owner, Ken Dunaj, told the Light that he has no plans to change the nature of the store. Mr. Dunaj, of Marshall, closed the sale last Thursday with the store's current owner, Jim Simon, whose family has run Building Supply for half a ...

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  11. Four places to eat (or just gawk at) oysters on National Oyster DayRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 5 | Los Angeles Times

    ... Visit Hog Island Oyster Farm, the big dog of oyster farming in Tomales Bay, north of San Francisco, in the town of Marshall. You can buy live, unshucked oysters at the "Hog Shack" at this oyster farm. You may have a DIY picnic on the grounds for $5 ...

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  12. Planning for pets in emergenciesRead the original story

    Jul 23, 2015 | Point Reyes Light

    ... and seniors. Lynn Axelrod is the disaster readiness coordinator for Inverness Park, Olema, Point Reyes Station and Marshall. For information or to learn who your local area coordinator or neighborhood liaison to the Point Reyes Station Disaster ...

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  13. Organic milk steers Marin farm production to record $101 millionRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 18, 2015 | Marin Independent Journal

    ... of Marin's wine crop dropped 20 percent to $703,000 last year. In the two decades since the Straus Dairy in Marshall was the first in the West to become certified organic, most others in the region have followed, creating a cash cow that gets bigger ...

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  14. Boat launch plan for Marconi on holdRead the original story

    Jul 16, 2015 | Point Reyes Light

    Plans to install a boat launch, a parking lot and six camping sites at Marconi Cove in Marshall have been postponed due to uncertainties around the cost of developing the site, said Roy McNamee, a recreation specialist at the Marin office of California State Parks. In 2011, the project for Marconi-which was a marina until the 1970s-nabbed $266,000 in funding from Caltrans.

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  15. Marshall neuroscience chief jumped at chance to hire a disgraceda surgeonRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 4, 2015 | The Daily Democrat

    CHARLESTON, W.Va. >> Marshall University has recruited a noted surgeon who ran into trouble experimenting with human brains using bowel bacteria but will continue the same research on rats under tight restrictions.

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  16. Marshall neuroscience chief jumped at chance to hire surgeonRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 4, 2015 | Davis Enterprise

    By John Raby CHARLESTON, W.Va. - Marshall University has recruited a noted surgeon who ran into trouble experimenting with human brains using bowel bacteria but will continue the same research on rats under tight restrictions.

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  17. Marshall neuroscience chief jumped at chance to hire a disgraceda surgeonRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 4, 2015 | The Daily Democrat

    CHARLESTON, W.Va. >> Marshall University has recruited a noted surgeon who ran into trouble experimenting with human brains using bowel bacteria but will continue the same research on rats under tight restrictions.

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  18. Shoreline concerns fall outside agendaRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 18, 2015 | Point Reyes Light

    ... during meetings, or consider holding all meetings at a central location, such as the Marconi Conference Center in Marshall. On June 10, Ms. Sartori agreed to place a discussion of meeting locations on the agenda, but removed the item two days later, ...

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  19. County staff disapproves of oyster expansion planRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 18, 2015 | Point Reyes Light

    A county staffer will recommend that the Planning Commission deny Tomales Bay Oyster Company's application to legalize its recent transformation from a wholesaler into a major retail operation in southern Marshall, according to a letter sent on June 12. The county alerted T.B.O.C. in 2012 that its operations-including the addition of over 80 picnic tables and selling retail oysters seven days a week-violated the terms of its use permit. The code enforcement case spurred the company to apply the next year for an updated permit to allow it to function as a retail and picnicking venue.

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  20. UCSD grad devoted to undocumented studentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 14, 2015 | The San Diego Union-Tribune

    UCSD's Thurgood Marshall School held its commencement Sunday morning on the Rimac Field on campus. Indira Esparza is a CASP graduate.

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