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EUREKA- The Eureka City Council is moving forward with the Martin Slough Interceptor Project.

At a special meeting on Tuesday, the council adopted a resolution authorizing staff to negotiate and execute a contract with Wahlund Construction for completing Drill #2 of the Force Main portion of the Martin Slough Interceptor Project.

The motion was pulled from the last city...

 

EUREKA- Guns and marijuana were seized after a traffic stop in Eureka.

Eureka Police Department officials confirm they received a call of a reckless driver around 9 a.m. on Tuesday morning. An officer then found the Ford F-150 pickup truck and observed it running a stop sign.  The officer then pulled it over at 2nd Street and Commercial Street, after the pickup truck...

From the Department of Health and Human Services: 
 
Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) staffers take to the streets each week, heading out on foot or in an RV to locate and help people experiencing homelessness, providing them with services and sustenance. 
 
The DHHS Street Outreach Services (SOS) program delivers mental...

The following is from the Eureka Police Department:

On Monday at approximately 7:40 p.m., officers were dispatched to a report of an assault which had just occurred at a motel near the 2400...

Good news for California high schools. For the fourth year in a row, the graduation rate climbed as dropout rates fell.

State Superintendent of Public Instruction, Tom Torlakson announced that 8 out of 10 students statewide, or 80.2-percent who started high school in 2009-2010 graduated with their class in 2013. That is up 1.3 percent from the year before. Graduation rates among African...

LOLETA- To help guide at risk and foster youth a new local non-profit will train young people to work with horses. The organizations, Wild Souls Ranch, will start the program in June and take in ten young people ranging in age from four to 18.

Founder, Savannah McCarty, said she modeled the program after a group that she was part of when she was young. McCarty was a Ward of the State of...

EUREKA- For 18 years a group of county officials have been working together make the experiences surrounding child abuse less traumatic for families and children. Humboldt County Child Abuse Services (CAST) is opening up their doors on Tuesday to the community for an open house to introduce them to the people working in the group.

The team is a collection of law enforcement officials,...

HOOPA- The Hoopa Valley Tribe will hold primary elections for two positions on the tribal council on Tuesday. The positions are for the Mesket and Norton District held within the tribal reservation.

The following are running for the position:

Mesket District:

Vernon Bradley Marshall

George Byron Nelson Jr.

Julie A. Robertson

 

Norton District:...

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