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December 28, 1996 | MARY CURTIUS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Donna and Joseph Hufford aren't used to thinking of themselves as cutting-edge people. Not by temperament. Certainly not by location. Home is a dying logging town in northern Humboldt County, just a blur of peeling storefronts and redwood burl shops to drivers speeding by on U.S. 101, the north-south corridor that splits it in two. Orick once boasted four sawmills and 3,000 residents.
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December 28, 1996 | MARY CURTIUS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Donna and Joseph Hufford aren't used to thinking of themselves as cutting-edge people. Not by temperament. Certainly not by location. Home is a dying logging town in northern Humboldt County, just a blur of peeling storefronts and redwood burl shops to drivers speeding by on U.S. 101, the north-south corridor that splits it in two. Orick once boasted four sawmills and 3,000 residents.
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