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RIO DELL - Big projects in Rio Dell will be discussed on Tuesday night's city council meeting. 

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MCKINLEYVILLE - After 13 years of working for the McKinleyville Union School District, Superintendent Michael Davies-Hughes will soon be making the move to Eureka.

Starting July 1st, Davies-Hughes will become the Assistant Superintendent of Educational Services at Eureka City Schools. He will oversee all educational programs and help implement their Local Control...

EUREKA- Cruise ships have not been to Humboldt Bay since “The World” visited in 2012.  Now, Humboldt County officials, Eureka City officials and Port of Humboldt Commissioners are working to bring them back. 

Cruise the West is a group of West Coast port authorities that recruit cruise lines.  The Port of Humboldt Bay is the newest member, and Cruise the West’s Vice President, Bruce...

EUREKA- A federal program designed to increase energy efficiency for property owners could be coming to the City of Eureka.

The city council will vote at Tuesday’s meeting on whether or not to move forward with the Property Assessed Clean Energy Program.  PACE funds upgrades in energy and water efficiency, as well as renewable energy products for residential and commercial buildings.  ...

EUREKA- Low income home owners on the North Coast have the chance to get low to no cost solar panels installed on their houses.

The non-profit organization Grid Alternatives works to promote renewable energy in rural communities throughout California.  Representatives of the organization will be in Eureka and Arcata this week to help people determine their eligibility for installing...

A Eureka company is buying old batteries to keep them out of the trash stream.  Interstte Batteries of Eureka is buying batteries and paying $8 for them  Chris Irvin of INterstate Batteries said it their way of protecting the environment.  Many companies take batteries in trade but hers is the only company that pays cash outright.

NORTH COAST- Some Carlotta residents work together to rebuild two areas of roadway destroyed in last month's flooding.  Officials with Pacific Gas and Electric release the cause of Saturday's power outage which left Bayshore Mall and some businesses along Broadway in the dark.  Motorists in Eureka could have to slow down if the city council approves a proposal to lower the speed limit on 14...

A power outage temporarily closes Bayshore Mall and businesses along Broadway. Dozens jump into Humboldt Bay for the 14th annual Perilous Plunge. Fortuna Strong raises more than $50,000 at fundraiser Friday night. Fortuna High School students and volunteers plant garden on campus. 

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