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NORTH COAST- Guests sip wine and enjoy local art in Fortuna for Art and Wine in the Park. Plus, the fragrant smell of flowers filled the air at the 48th Annual Rose Show. And, local craftsman feature their work at Furniture Fest. 

NORTH COAST- A Poynterville man is in the hospital with major injuries after being ejected from his truck in an accident on hwy 101 through Fortuna. And parade floats breeze through McKinelyville for Pony Express Days. Plus, Lemonade Day is celebrated on the North Coast and local products are highlighted in the Sustainability Expo. 

The following is from the California Highway Patrol: 

While travelling on US-101 southbound, party-1 lost control of their vehicle and struck the guardrail on the west shoulder of US-101 at Main St. Fortuna.  The vehicle then travelled east, striking the concrete center divider wall over Main St., and party-1 was ejected from the vehicle. 
Fortuna Fire, City Ambulance,...

ARCATA- It has been 70 years since some 150,000 allied troops stormed the beaches of Normandy during WWII.

Local veteran, John Credico, 88, was only 18 when, as a seaman for the Navy, he arrived at Gold Beach on June 6, 1944.

"We knew that D-Day was going to be very big. It didn't take much thinking because we trained for weeks off the coast of England bringing troops in," he...

EUREKA- Rows and rows of tables filled with information were offered to guests at the 8th Annual Disability and Senior Expo.

More than 30 agencies and organizations offered products and services designed to serve seniors and those with disabilities. Information was available on health care, technology, social security and legal services.

Seniors at the event were able to try out...

EUREKA- For KRED 92.3 radio host Rollin Trehearne, being an on air personality doesn’t seem like a real job- and he’s okay with that.

The Humboldt County native celebrated his 40th year in the business on Friday, 24 of those have been with the BIG RED country station.

When asked why he got into radio, he says it just sounded like fun.

“I started off actually as a 15 year...

MCKINLEYVILLE- Thousands of people are expected to be out in McKinleyville this weekend for the 46th annual Pony Express Days celebration.

Tonight the festivities continue with a community dance starting at 8.

On Saturday morning the parade will kick-off at 11 am beginning at McKinleyville High School and ending at Mill Creek Marketplace on School Road.

“Its...

EUREKA- This year marks the 150th anniversary of organized fire fighting in Eureka.  To celebrate, on Saturday, the Clarke Historical Museum will unveil a new exhibit. 

"Their responsibilities are much more than when it first began and the community really needs to celebrate what firefighters do for us.  They keep us safe and we really rely on them and they do a fantastic job...

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