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Miranda - A man has been arrested after allegedly beating another man with a wooden object and biting the man three times in Southern Humboldt.

Early Wednesday morning just after 2, sheriff’s deputies arrested 39-year-old Jeffrey Marvin Delore from Miranda. Deputies were called to the Miranda Market where a victim said an attack had taken place. Medical assistance was given to the...

FORTUNA- Phone scammers are back at it again, this time targeting grandparents. The Fortuna Police Department says they’ve received several reports of a grandparent scam happening around the county.

The scam involves a caller claiming to be a grandchild. The caller will then say they are in some sort of trouble and ask the grandparent for money. As the call progresses, the scammer will...

FORTUNA- It’s Fortuna’s most central meeting place, home to several community events, and it shows; with broken siding and paint that peals right off. But all of that's now going to be fixed thanks to the community.

“I went to Estelle Fennel and told her what I'd found and of course the county didn't have enough money to fund the entire project so she suggested that we have some...

SAMOA- Representatives from 17 California counties gathered in Samoa to share ideas and some barbeque as part of an annual California Clerk of the Board Association meeting.

Clerks of the Board are responsible for maintaining records for boards of supervisors in every county. They also make government information available to the public. Today, clerks from across Northern California and...

SACRAMENTO- After meeting with local tribes, stakeholders and scientists, the Bureau of Reclamation is expected to make their decision on Trinity river water later this week.

The agency met with experts and tribes on Tuesday in Arcata after touring the Trinity last week. Tribes are urging the bureau to release water now to prevent another fish kill.

The bureau said today that the...

MCKINLEYVILLE- The McKinleyville Union School District voted Wednesday on an option to refinance a portion of a bond measure issued in 2011.

The Capitol Appreciation Bonds in other school districts have been controversial, because the slow repayment plan on the bond increases in size the longer it takes to pay off the loan. In 2011 the district took out $4 million in CAB bonds, but were...

EUREKA- A new initiative at the Jefferson Community Center in Eureka is teaching people how to utilize renewable energy.

Officials at the Jefferson Community Center created a sustainability initiative last year.  The initiative is focused on teaching kids the importance of sustainable living.  Part of that project was done this week, as 24 solar panels, 250 watts each, were installed on...

EUREKA- City, county and elected officials in Eureka, along with members of businesses and advocacy groups, formed a coalition last fall to address Eureka’s homelessness issues.  On Tuesday, members of the Community Homeless Improvement Project updated the public on the group’s progress at the Board of Supervisors and Eureka City Council meetings.

The mission of CHIP is to reduce the...

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