September 2013

College of the Redwoods and the Job Market will host a job fair Wednesday morning from 9:00AM till noon at the Wharfinger Building in Eureka.

 

"Short Term Training For a New Career" is to show short term training available through CR that can lead to various jobs in the community. Employers will be at the fair providing information to perspective employees about what skills they...

FORTUNA- Students at Redwood Prep in Fortuna spent Friday giving back to the community dressed up as superheroes. Kindergarten through 7th grade students teamed up and volunteered their time to give back to their community. First they went to the Sequoia Springs Senior Center and gave hugs and cards to the residents, and then they made their way to the Fortuna Library and helped pick weeds...
EUREKA- Businesses in Old Town were evacuated this morning after a construction crew discovered a few World War II artillery shells near H and First Streets.
 
The Eureka Police Department responded to the incident around 8 a.m. and called the Humboldt County Sheriff's Office Explosive Ordinance Disposal team after confirming they were explosives. The EOD squad...

EUREKA-A Humboldt County man took home the Chief Building Official of the Year Award for the State of California. Todd Sobolik, has been with the county for 30 years and was given this award by Dewayne Starnes, the President, of the California Building Officials Association of California or (CBOAC). “Mr. Sobolik has, for the nearly 13 years I have known him, continued to distinguish himself...

The Karuk Tribe is waiting on a grant approval from the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) to help with their 12 million dollar plan to put broadband internet service in rural areas.

 

The CPUC released a Draft Resolution to approve $6,602,422 for the Klamath River Rural Broadband Initiative Project. The project will put in place high-speed broadband services to towns...

The City of Arcata is set to recognize this week as National Pollution Prevention Week and the city is educating residents on how they can reduce pollution in their lives.

 

"Sometimes we get busy with other things we forget what we're doing. So sometimes we need to remind ourselves what we need to be thinking about," said Julie Neander, Environmental Services Manager of the City...

Bill Panos is leaving his position as Eureka City Manager on October 4. The council authorized the new date this morning during a closed session meeting.

"The council decided a couple of things,” Panos said. “One, that after I am gone, that Mike Knight would be the Interim City...

Detectives with the Eureka Police Department are looking for the suspect who possibly stabbed a 33-year-old Eureka man outside the Royal Inn Motel on 5th Street in...

Novato Mayor Pro Tem Eric Lucan announced today that he is running for the State Senate, pledging to build on his success as a local elected leader, commitment to community service and background in...

On September 12, detectives with the Eureka Police Departments Problem Oriented Policing Unit (POP) responded to a motel at the 1400 block of 4th Street, regarding numerous drug trafficking complaints. 
Upon their arrival, detectives contacted Paul McElroy (age 51) walking away from a room at the motel. McElroy was taken into custody for outstanding warrants and possession of...

Rusty the dog is reunited with his owner. Plus, a car crash in Eureka sends two to the hospital, one with major injuries.

Detectives with the Eureka Police Department are investigating a suspicious death that may be a result of a stabbing.

Officials said they were dispatched to the parking lot of the Royal Inn on 5th Street around 1 a.m. for a report of an unknown problem. When officers...

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