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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...

EUREKA- A Shasta man was taken into custody in Eureka after allegedly brandishing a handgun.

Officers with the Eureka Police Department responded to a vacant lot near 3rd Street and A Street before 9 a.m. on Wednesday for a report of a disturbance.  There, officers learned there was an argument between two men, including 18-year-old Vanya Hummel.  Police say Hummel pulled out...

DEL NORTE COUNTY- Traffic came to a halt on Highway 101 south of Crescent City on Wednesday as Caltrans crews detonated a rock sitting on a steep grade over the highway.

The detonation occurred at around noon. The rock was located about four miles south of Crescent City. Officials say they destroyed the boulder because rain could have possibly sent it down the hill onto the road in the...

EUREKA- The Clarke Historical Museum in Eureka is being renovated for the first time in 30 years.

The museum closed last week and will remain that way until January 28.  The renovations will change the layout of the museum to improve the flow of tours.  The new design will also show off more of the historic building's interior and make room for more exhibits, including a permanent space...

WEOTT- On Thursday around 8 p.m., a 1995 Nissan Frontier SUV, driven by 29 year old Melissa Jean Munsell of Myers Flat, CA, was traveling north on US-101, north of Weott.  For reasons still under investigation, the Nissan made an unsafe turning movement to the right and traveled off the east roadway edge.  The Nissan continued traveling in a northeasterly direction until it collided head-on...

CUTTEN - It’s not Andy Warhol performance art but it is one Cutten man’s sojourn into visual art on his apartment.

Phil Light is a travel nurse for St. Joseph Hospital and he got the idea off of YouTube. Get some projection equipment, figure out the video side of things and let ‘er fly. It takes him three or four hours of set up to get it working properly. He ran it for an hour or so a...

EUREKA- A pilot project to use Eureka biosolids at the sheriff's farm in Fortuna is moving forward.
The Humboldt County Board of Supervisors voted on Tuesday to approve the use of city manufactured biosolids as an amendment to grow hay. The issue was brought before the board after community concerns that the biosolids and enhanced hay operation would attract unwanted wildlife to the...

EUREKA- The deadline to apply for a position on the Measure Z Advisory Committee is Thursday, January 15 at 5 p.m.

The Measure Z Advisory Committee will be responsible for overseeing the distribution of funds raised through the new county-wide half cent sales tax. At the supervisors' next meeting on January 20, the supervisors will select two at large members and two alternates for the...

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