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Good news to report on the old Downtowner Motel property in Eureka. Danco  is in the process of purchasing the property and their plan is to create new senior housing in the center of town. It will be called “The Lodge in Eureka.”

There are plans for fifty units with a mix of one and two bedrooms and a few three and four bedroom units. Danco President, Dan Johnson singled out Humboldt...

From the Fortuna Police Department: 

FORTUNA, CA - On May 16, 2014 at approximately 5:42 PM, a citizen came to the Fortuna Police Department and reported that his son had found a grenade while playing in the woods near his residence in the 400 Block of Penny Lane in Fortuna, CA. Officers from the Fortuna Police responded to the address and located the grenade in the back of an old...

TRINIDAD- A historic landmark of Trinidad, the Trinidad Lighthouse, will now be open for visitors more often.  This is because of the United States Coast Guard relinquishing the land to the public. 

The Trinidad Lighthouse, built in 1871, guided lumber and other kinds of ships into Trinidad bay for years.  Then, the Coast Guard took it over and used it in World War II to search for...

Construction recently stopped on a phase of the Martin Slough Interceptor Project, which is designed to improve Eureka's Waste Water Treatment System.  Now the company that stopped working on that phase has filed a claim against the City of Eureka.

The claim states that the City of Eureka and its engineering consultants informed Apex Directional Drilling LLC before they started working...

MIRANDA- Authorities are searching for two armed robbery suspects out of Southern Humboldt County.

It happened on Wednesday at about 7 p.m. A man who works for a trucking company based out of Windsor reported to the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office on Thursday that he drove to the Salmon Creek exit off Highway 101 in Miranda to deliver soil to a customer. He says after the delivery, he...

ARCATA- As Humboldt State University students prepare to graduate on Saturday, President Rollin Richmond prepares for retirement.

On Friday, Richmond made some final changes to his commencement address inside his office where he has spent the last 12 years.

The school year has been filled with events to celebrate the start of the next 100 years of the university. Of all the...

EUREKA- College of the Redwoods administrators are prepared to hand out 512 degrees and certificates over the weekend.

Ceremonies will take place at the Eureka main campus, in Del Norte, Mendocino and Hoopa. CR President Kathy Smith and members of the Board of Trustees will hand out diplomas. Retiring faculty will also be acknowledged at the ceremony.

The main ceremony will take...

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