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EUREKA- The search for a new Eureka City Manager is down to three.

Six candidates for the position were interviewed by Eureka City Council members Monday at City Hall.  A government panel including City Managers from the area and county officials and a community panel will interview the three remaining candidates at the end of February and make their recommendations to the Eureka City...

Tuesday is World Cancer Day and we turn our attention to a local college student who needs your help in her battle against cancer.

Taylor Lyon was diagnosed with parotid gland cancer in April of 2013.  She is a twenty-year-old HSU junior from Fortuna.  Lyon has had one surgery so far, but needs help with future medical expenses and travel costs to get to Stanford University Medical...

EUREKA- A sawed-off firearm and a stolen vehicle are found after police contact a possible DUI driver on early Monday morning in Eureka.

Officers with the California Highway Patrol arrived at the Safeway on Harris Street shortly after 1 a.m. on Monday when they saw 40-year-old Eureka woman Tasha Jantz behind the wheel of a white Toyota pickup truck, with 31-year old Waymond Kelly in the...

ARCATA- To celebrate the City of Arcata’s plastic bag ordinance, Scrap Humboldt is searching for the best looking bag in Humboldt. The director for the reusable center told us this contest is a fun way to see how people make their own reusable bags. 
To enter, email a picture of the bag you created to education@scraphumboldt.org...
KLAMATH- The Yurok Tribe is holding a special election, due to the passing of one of its council members. The tribe is looking to fill the open South District seat. You can pick up nomination papers now at the Yurok Tribal Office in Klamath. There is a $25.00 filing fee when you pick up the nomination forms.
 
If interested, you must be at least 25 years old as of...

FORTUNA- With record dry conditions local ranchers are the hardest hit by the drought that has left little food for livestock and ranchers with few choices. Cattlemen have been forced to purchase feed and are having to sell cattle sooner and at lower prices.

In Fortuna, Lou Mora, President of Humboldt/Del Norte Cattleman's Association, said this year is the worst he has seen. "We're...

EUREKA-College of the Redwoods Board of Trustees will considering closing two instructional sites for the upcoming 2014-15 school year. President Kathy Smith is recommending that the instructional sites in Garberville and Fort Bragg close to cut on costs.

In a recommendation prepared by Smith she suggest closing the sites due to the decreased enrollment and dwindling budget. "As...

RIO DELL- The Rio Dell City Council will review and address public transportation needs within city limits at Tuesday's council meeting. The council will use the information from the meeting to update and change routing for public transportation if needed.

The council reviews public transit needs in the city on a yearly basis. The Humboldt Transportation Authority offers bus services at...

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