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REDCREST- Hundreds have participated in the ALS Association's Ice Bucket Challenge and now a Redcrest resident is challenging Food Network Star Guy Fieri.

Lorne Julien was challenged by his 17-year-old daughter. Julien met the challenge in a creative way. Standing outside his home, on his lawn, Julien is rinsed by over a gallon of water from a toilet, rigged up for him to stand underneath.

Julien said he wanted to use a toilet to be different and said he made sure to do the challenge outside, so the remaining water would go to his lawn.

In the video he said he challenges Fieri to do the same, but in front of the Humboldt County Fair. Fieri will be hosting the event at the fair this weekend. 

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EUREKA- Congressman Jared Huffman was in Eureka on Friday afternoon at the Wharfinger Building, discussing upcoming changes to Post Office services in the area.

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