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REDWAY- Half a year after Southern Humboldt citizens demanded an increased sheriff's response, citizens will get another chance to address local issues and work to find solutions. On Thursday, January 15, the Garberville-Redway Chamber of Commerce will welcome local leaders and the community for a town hall forum about the issues that plague Southern Humboldt.

Last June, a similar...

BLUFF CREEK- Although they still haven't gotten sight of bigfoot, one local organization captured some cool animal footage on their bigfoot trail cameras.

The bigfoot hunting group Bluff Creek Project captured a very rare ringtail cat, a bobcat and a bear in trail camera footage. The group is the largest bigfoot research project in the world and operate 20 trail cameras on Bluff Creek...

FORTUNA- Family and friends mourned a 22 year old Rio Dell man Wednesday who was Humboldt County’s first homicide victim of the year. 

Ryan Robinson was allegedly fatally shot January 8 in Cutten during a confrontation with 32-year-old Judson Stiglich. Stiglich was arraigned Monday on charges for murder, as well as being a felon in possession of a firearm and stolen property.

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ARCATA - HSU faculty and staff gathered Wednesday to celebrate the beginning of Spring semester and accept awards. 

The Spring Meeting takes place each year to set priorities and goals for the spring semester. Faculty and Staff will focus on strategic planning processes and organization. Another traditional part of this event is a series of recognitions. Five faculty and staff members...

FERNDALE- Some residents in Ferndale were jolted awake early Wednesday morning after two earthquakes just 25 miles away.

The first quake hit around 2:38 a.m. Southwest of Ferndale . It registered as a magnitude 3.4. Just six minutes later, another quake in the same location. The second tremor registered as a 4.3 on the Richter Scale. Both earthquakes were about 10 miles deep.

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ARCATA - The victim of Tuesday’s Arcata Plaza stabbing is now in stable condition at Mad River Hospital and her attacker is in custody. 38-year-old Victoria Clark of Arcata was booked into the Humboldt County Correctional Facility for assault with a deadly weapon. According to Arcata Police, Clark attacked a 35-year-old Arcata woman around 11 a.m. Wednesday on the corner of 9 and H streets....

ARCATA - Business start-ups are no easy task. One local entrepreneur knows that and has set out to help people, specifically women, subsidize some of the costs.

“Humboldt Women” is a grassroots organization dedicated to giving a $500 monthly grant to a female entrepreneur or female-owned business. The organization was started to reduce or subsidize overhead costs in building a...

TRINIDAD - The city is reporting positive results from an initiative addressing increased homeless activity near the city’s museum.

The Trinidad Museum has been open since 2009 and with its benches and gardens, has reportedly become a tempting spot for transients. The museum welcomes these people and invites them inside the museum on occasion. But in late 2014, a rising number of people...

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