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BLUE LAKE- Residents will be asked to approve a gas and electricity tax on their November ballot this upcoming election. The City Council has decided to move forward with the measure in order to make up for lost revenue.

The measure would be a four percent tax on gas and electricity and show up on resident's PG&E bill. If approved the city could receive up to $40,000 a year from it...

BLUE LAKE- The Blue Lake City Council has appointed a new member to serve the city. Michele McCall-Wallace will be sworn in at the city's next council meeting.

McCall-Wallace is a Humboldt State University lecturer and has previously served on the city council from 2008-2012. 

Three applicants applied to fill the open position. The council choose to appoint a new member in order...

CUTTEN- With multiple projects underway to reduce the dangers wildfires pose to the North Coast, the Director of the California Conservation Corps was in Cutten on Wednesday overseeing progress on one of those projects.

On Tuesday, CCC crews began working to remove fuel that can feed wildfires from a 14 acre area of the McKay Tract Community Forest in Cutten next to Walnut Drive. Trees...

The Humboldt Bay Harbor Working Group held it’s monthly lunch on Wednesday, and attracting more cruise ships to Humboldt Bay was the topic of discussion.

Eureka City Council Member Chet Albin, along with the Humboldt Bay Harbor Working Group, the Humboldt Bay Water District and other members of the community are working to make Humboldt Bay a cruise ship destination. Eureka city...

From the Humboldt County Sheriff's Office: 
 
On 04-22-2014, at approximately 1:30 p.m., a Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office Deputy was patrolling in downtown Garberville when he saw Michael Lee Russell, 27 years old, a local transient. The deputy was aware Russell had an outstanding warrant for his arrest for possession of a controlled substance and possession of...

PHILLIPSVILLE:     A man got in a domestic dispute with his girlfriend and was stabbed with a pitchfork.

Law enforcement say the incident took place on Saturday April 19th just before 2 in the afternoon. Sheriff’s Deputies got a call of a stabbing that occurred in the 400-block of Phillipsville Loop Road in Phillipsville. A 66-year old victim was bleeding from a stab wound to...

A man was sent to the hospital with moderate injuries after his brakes gave out and his SUV crashed into a grove of trees.

A little before 7 this evening, CHP said a man and his 15-year old passenger were testing their brakes after working on the vehicle. They were driving down Ridgewood Drive in Cutten when the driver tried to slow to a stop, The brakes went out completely. The vehicle...

EUREKA- To celebrate Earth Day community members gathered at Sequoia Park to pick up trash and garbage. The cleanup was organized by the City of Eureka to bring local residents together to take pride in their park.

Girl Scouts, preschool students and Humboldt State University students helped to pick up garbage throughout the park. Children took part in creating reusable art from plastic...

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