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EUREKA - Council will consider new development at the zoo, Henderson Center and empty lots across Eureka as well as the creation of one of the state's first cultural districts.

Council will vote on the zoo's updated master plan. That plan calls for creation of new exhibits like a redwood canopy linked with increases in admission pricing. Adoption would allow staff to begin the design...

Post date: Mon, 03/20/2017 - 16:55

Two people are dead after separate incidents Monday morning in Klamath.

At around 2:30AM, two male victims were stabbed at Crivelli's Bar and Grill two miles south of Klamath on state route 169. One man died from his injuries.

The Del Norte Sheriff’s Office apprehended the suspect, 55-year-old David Soldano.

Soldano was taken into custody and booked at the Del Norte county...

Post date: Mon, 03/20/2017 - 11:45

EUREKA – The Watershed Steward Program hosted a restoration event, getting involved in the community.

The group gathered at the fresh water farms reserve to partake in the ‘Wood Creek Habitat Enhancement Project.’

Areas like this one are potential spots for inhabitants for rearing like the chinook and steelhead trout.

Owner of the property and Project Manager of the North...

Post date: Sun, 03/19/2017 - 18:27

ORICK – Irish traditional foods, that’s what was served in Orick at the annual corned beef and cabbage dinner was quite the success.

This annual event hosted by the Orick Chamber of Commerce encouraged community members to come out and enjoy the ‘ways of the Irish,’ as this comes a few days after St. Patrick’s Day. The event allows locals to connect over an auction and eat some...

Post date: Sun, 03/19/2017 - 18:27

ARCATA – A Girl Scout event that was quite the good time with cultural fondness, took place today in Arcata.

The 2017 International Festival allowed the scouts to learn about the world around them while connecting with local youth and other scouts in the area.

The event included a variety of multicultural workshops, international foods, and even a parade featuring worldwide...

Post date: Sun, 03/19/2017 - 18:27

EUREKA – With Senate Bill 863, a 500-million-dollar grant was awarded to the state, 20 million will go towards AB 109 (U.S. Supreme Court Order to reduce the prison population), the expansion of the Humboldt County Jail.

The new structure is set to have a new parking level and two more levels for a day reporting center for probation, mental health, and programs that are centralized in...

Post date: Sat, 03/18/2017 - 19:04

EUREKA – ‘Building Bridges,’ that is what is considered this year’s theme, for the North Coast Youth Summit, along with a chance for youth to connect in the area.

Today started up with 40 workshops that are set to aid over 200 local kids and teens. The 14th annual summit is a one day event set to have a variety of actives ranging from wildlife exploration, to focuses on...

Post date: Sat, 03/18/2017 - 19:04

ARCATA – The Humboldt Juggling Society hosted a juggling benefit that draws quite the crowd. Many talented performers give attendees some lessons in balancing and really testing their juggling skills. Lots of fun visuals and activities for families and kids like the unicycle rides and the variety of workshops.

For the juggling show at 7, tickets are set at $15.00, kids under the age 12...

Post date: Sat, 03/18/2017 - 19:03