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TRINIDAD-Weather has been warm and dry on the North Coast in recent weeks, just as tourism season is arriving.  In Trinidad, employees of various businesses shared their thoughts on tourism season so far.

Tourists who have been to Trinidad before say they make it a point to come back for multiple reasons.

"First of all, look at this little cove.  It's so beautiful and there's...

TRINIDAD- A garden in Trinidad, originally installed in 1961, has almost been restored to its original condition after not being maintained for about 20 years.

Patrick’s Point Native Plant Garden was originally created by the Patrick’s Point Garden Club, with help from officials with California State Parks. A ribbon cutting ceremony was held over the weekend to celebrate the...

From the Humboldt County Sheriff's Office: 
 
On 06-10-2014, at approximately 10:00 a.m., Humboldt County Sheriffs Deputies responded to the McCann area of Humboldt County after receiving a report of a marijuana grow on timber company property, in the Sonoma Creek drainage. When deputies arrived at the location of the marijuana grow, they encountered four tents...
From the California Highway Patrol: 
 
On June 11, 2014, at approximately 12:15 a.m., A 2004 Honda MX 250 was driven by 25 year old Anthony Thomas Lovatto, age 25 of Whitethorn, was traveling east on Briceland-Thorn Road, east of Shelter Cove Road.  For reasons still under investigation, the Honda collided with a deer.  The driver was ejected and sustained major...

EUREKA-The chief investigating officers for the Arcata Police Department testified on Tuesday about the investigation of the double murder that lead to Bodhi Tree's arrest.

On the stand, Det. Sgt. Todd Dokweiler gave a detailed account of the order of events on May 18th. In his testimony, Dokweiler said law enforcement did not know much about the suspect or the motive behind the...

ARCATA- With rising temperatures, California Highway Patrol is warning pet owners from leaving their animals in their cars.

CHP Public Information Officer, Matt Harvey, said dogs can suffer from heat stroke if they are left out in the car too long. Harvey said cars can get up to 20 degrees hotter than outside temperatures. He said cars can get even warmer if they are dark or have dark...

MIRANDA- South Fork High School is getting a makeover.

“We’ve taken our wings down to bare framing, repaired any rot or anything like that and we're building all new classrooms with new insulation, heating, data, electrical, water,” said project manager Nick Boyd. “Everything will be brand new when the kids come back next year.”

The construction is a result of Measure L, approved...

HOLMES-FLAT: Crews were out in Holmes Flat Tuesday installing a Bailey bridge at the Eel River Holmes-Larabee crossing. Humboldt County Department of Public Works officials say the bridge will be completed and opened to the public on Sunday, June 15.

The permanent low-water bridge used in past years to connect Larabee Valley and Holmes is currently out of service because of its poor...

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