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EUREKA- Administrators call it the biggest celebration at Eureka City Schools.  On Friday, the Graduation Ceremony was held for Eureka High School.

"I will always remember our class of 2014 and the good memories we made together," said Tori Finamore, the Senior Class President, during the graduation ceremony.

Two hundred and fifty-four seniors received their high school diplomas...

EUREKA- To help feed local children, Food for People along with the North Coast Co-op hosted the 9th Annual Thrill of the Grill BBQ.
 
Attendees enjoyed the sunshine, music, and the juicy burgers. All the proceeds from the event will go to support Food for People’s Child Nutrition Programs, which include Backpacks for Kids, Children’s Summer Lunch Program, and...
From the Humboldt Community Services District: 
 
At 8:36 a.m., Thursday, June 12, 2014, Humboldt Community Services District (HCSD) staff received notification of a potential sewer overflow in the lower Humboldt Hill area (north of King Salmon exit on Hwy. 101).  Immediate dispatch of District Crews to the location enabled identification of the overflow cause and...

Fire crews responded to a structure fire early Friday morning at Dias Artistries in Rio Dell. 

The blaze was reported at around 12:30 a.m. and took 15 minutes to bring under control. 

The fire started behind the business in a shed and the cause is under investigation.

Two people have been arrested after Sheriff’s Deputies serve a search warrant off of Highway 36 and discover a marijuana grow.

Early Thursday morning, Sheriff’s Deputies issued a search warrant on a parcel of land off Burr Valley Road. Law enforcement discovered over one thousand plants, large amounts of cash and guns. Currently the investigation is still in progress. We will update...

A well known installed art piece has been moved in Brookings, Oregon. “Bruin Bear” is a commissioned piece of art that Evergreen Bank designed for the City of Brookings. Unfortunately, it was becoming a bit of a traffic hazard.

City officials report several near misses between pedestrians and vehicles have occurred when driver attention was being diverted to the bear statue. After...

EUREKA- Twenty-two cadets graduated from the College of the Redwoods Police Academy today after completing 6 months of emergency response training. The graduates were the 113th class to graduate from the Academy.

“It's exciting because they're beginning to embark on a career in law enforcement,” said Basic Academy Coordinator Rick Grimm. “They've had just the basic training...

ARCATA- Friends and family filled the bleachers Thursday at Humboldt State University’s Redwood Bowl for Arcata High School’s graduation. More than 150 students were honored in the ceremony.

When asked what they were most excited about while lining up for the ceremony, many students said they were happy to share the experience with friends.

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