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Marin County Has Five Confirmed E. Coli Cases, One Suspected

Health department officials in Marin County, CA, have confirmed five E. coli O157:H7 cases and a possible sixth. Four cases are children. Of four patients hospitalized, two have been discharged. All six patients are stable and recovering or fully recovered, said Marin County Public Health Officer Dr. Matt Willis. “We’re encouraged that we haven’t seen… Continue Reading

Marin County Officials Confirm Three E. Coli Cases, Cause Still Unknown

Health department officials in Marin County, CA, have confirmed three E. coli cases and a possible fourth. Three cases are reportedly children (two of whom have been hospitalized in stable condition), while the fourth person with a suspected case is an adult. According to a Wednesday story in the Marin Independent Journal, no source for… Continue Reading

Is a “Harmonic Convergence” Responsible for Saving Oysters in California?

A lifelong Marin County resident, Bob La Belle, thinks nothing short of a “harmonic convergence” may be responsible for saving that Drakes Bay oyster business that former Interior Secretary Ken Salazar tried to shut down. It seems that since the oyster farm located at the Point Reyes National Seashore won an emergency injunction allowing it… Continue Reading