“Seventy years together and we’re still on our honeymoon,” quips 88-year-old Allen Blake.
“She puts up with me and that’s the truth,” he quickly adds.
It’s that kind of rapier wit and general fun-loving sense of humor that has endeared Allen to wife Eunice over the past seven decades.
The LuVerne couple...
A business that started as a hobby three years ago has grown to the point where they have purchased a 25,000 square foot building in Humboldt’s Northwest Industrial Park.
Sister’s Homestyle Entrees, owned by Deb and Bret Davis, has grown from just a single employee when they started in 2011 to 31 employees today. They anticipate...
While it’s been a very successful year, the Humboldt County Development Association (HCDA) is pressing forward to continue the positive momentum in the county.
Some of the recent developments where HCDA has been involved include the development of the new Humboldt Business Park on the north edge of Humboldt.
Contractors are battling the elements in getting public works projects completed in the city of Humboldt. The Humboldt City Council received an update on city projects from David Doxtad, civil engineer with I&S Group.
Doxtad reported that Blacktop Service Company of Humboldt has been slowed by weather delays but will be...
For the past two years, a group of concerned citizens and business leaders in the community have been meeting to discuss a crucial need in the county, affordable child care for working parents.
“People came to me because it has gone beyond just a need for day care and become a significant workforce issue,” said Humboldt County Economic...
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