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EUREKA- The most senior Rotarian at the Rotary Club of Eureka, Jim Howard, was honored at Monday’s Rotary Club Meeting. 

Jim Howard has been a member of the Rotary Club of Eureka since 1973.  The 98-year-old Rotarian has raised more than $160,000 for the Humboldt County Office of Education for the Eureka Rotary Science Fair during that time.  Howard has also been a business owner and...

EUREKA- Police are investigating leads after a burglary takes place over the weekend in Old Town.

Police responded to the Alirose Botique Clothing Store on the 200 block of F Street early Sunday morning after receiving a report of a possible burglary. Officers found a smashed glass window at the scene that they say was used to gain access to the building.  Authorities add there was, “a...

From the City of Eureka: 
 
By order of the City Manager, pursuant to City Policy No. 142, the City of Eureka shall fly all flags at City buildings at half staff in honor of the passing of former Councilmember Lance Madsen, who passed away on Saturday, April 5, 2014. Flags will be at half staff beginning now until the memorial service. 
 
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From the Humboldt County Sheriff's Office:
 
On 04-04-14, at approximately 4:30 p.m. ,  the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office was notified by an absentee landowner that someone had caused environmental damage to the owners property off of Highway 36 near milepost 26.03. The owner reported someone had cut down trees, dug out a pond with heavy equipment and marijuana...

NORTH COAST: The fire in Fields Landing that took the life of two started from an open wood burning stove. Fire Investigators said there were no working smoke alarm in the rail car that was converted into a residents. Also, Families Advocating Autism Now sponsor a bowling day to bring families together that are dealing...

EUREKA:       It was all about the pie Saturday afternoon as people gathered at the Wharfinger Building in a benefit for Tri-County Independent Living and People with Disabilities. The event is an annual fundraiser that News Channel 3 was proud to help co-sponsor. Participants enter the home-baked pie contest and compete to win cash prizes in fruit, nut and cream categories.

First place...

Humboldt State University hosted the seventh annual California Big Time and Social Gathering Saturday, April 5th from noon until 8 pm at the West Gym.

HSU outgoing president Rollin Richmond was on hand to welcome those in attendance. The public celebration of Native American culture is including multiple song and dance performances, Native American Regalia, an Indian Card...

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