April 2014

EUREKA- A probation search has landed two men in jail for drugs and outstanding warrants. The Eureka Police Department’s Problem Oriented Policing unit conducting a probation search on an apartment at the 800 block of Broadway, found a man, 47-year old Cyle Abbott, Sr. sitting on a bed with thirty three hundred dollars in cash, 6.5 grams of heroin, 16.4 grams of methamphetamine and 760 grams...

ARCATA- The City of Arcata is working to transform two streets to make them safer for bicycles. The city is working on a project that will turn 10th and I Streets into Bicycle Boulevard.

 

Under the proposed plan the streets would have more signage and striping to calm traffic and improve bike safety. The modifications to the street would stretch on I Street from 17th to Samoa...

BLUE LAKE- 8th Graders at Blue Lake Elementary were the first to play in the schools new gym. The new addition to the elementary schools was recently completed and will serve as a recreation space and assembly space for students.

The project was funded by Measure K funds approved by voters in 2010. The project has been in place since then.

The gym will be a tournament center for...

KLAMATH- The Yurok Tribe broke ground on a multi-million dollar project that the tribe hopes will stimulate the economy and bring visitors into the area. The tribe has began work on a visitor's center and amphitheater within Redwood National and State Parks.

The 3,500 square-foot center will be built in downtown Klamath on the corner of Klamath Blvd. and Klamath Circle. The tribe...

DEL NORTE COUNTY- A woman is hospitalized after her trailer exploded just before 4 p.m. Wednesday. 
 
It happened at the La Jolla RV Park near Smith River. The Del Norte County Sheriff’s Office told us for reasons still under investigation, a trailer exploded and burned down to the ground. The woman inside is being treated for burns to her face and hands. Two camp...

CUTTEN- Arbor Day, which is Latin for “Tree Day”, is celebrated on the last Friday of April. On Wednesday, students in the Cutten Elementary School District celebrated early. 

For the celebration of the 142nd annual Arbor Day later this month, students from Cutten Elementary School and Ridgewood Elementary School as well as their families got to enjoy a special day dedicated...

A bill allowing county jails to provide an alternative to late night releases for inmates was the topic of discussion at the recent League of California Cities’ Public Safety Policy Meeting.

Eureka City Council Member Melinda Ciarabellini and other city officials urged the Public Safety Policy Committee to support Senate Bill 833. The bill would allow the Sheriff of a county to offer a...

From the Humboldt County Sheriff's Office:
 
The Humboldt County Superior Court has issued a warrant for the arrest of Silverio Parro Snider Sanchez also known as “PAL “, 23 years old. The warrant was issued on 04-08-14, for the crimes of attempted murder, assault with a deadly weapon, felony evasion of a police officer and felony hit and run, with a bail amount...
From the Humboldt County District Attorney's Office:
 
The Kings County District Attorney’s Office, Child Abduction Unit is asking for your assistance in locating 17 year old Sarah Horn. On December 6, 2013, it was reported that Sarah left her home in Lemoore California after receiving a phone call from this number, (707) 502-1095 at about 3:00 A.M. It is believed...

The 15-year-old Eureka boy who went missing earlier this week has been found.

Thomas William Carlson was last seen on Monday. Officials with the Eureka Police Department say Carlson left class at Eureka High School upset and threw his books in the garbage. Carlson was located by the California Highway Patrol on Tuesday afternoon around Willow Creek. Carlson had no injuries when...

A multi million-dollar project with the Yurok Tribe is breaking ground within the Redwood National and State Parks.

It’s part of an extensive economic development initiative to revitalize the economy of the Yurok Reservation and downtown Klamath.

The project will take the form of a Visitors Center and Amphitheater and will be used to educate local citizens and travelers about the...

MCKINLEYVILLE- The McKinleyville Union School District Superintendent is recommending a change to the district's board that would shift both elementary schools. Under the proposal Dows Prairie Elementary School would start serving kindergarten through second grade and Morris Elementary School would serve third through fifth graders. Both school teach k-5.

Superintendent Michael Davies-...

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