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EUREKA- Everything is in place for the next Eureka City Manager to begin working next month.

At Tuesday night’s Eureka City Council meeting, council members unanimously voted to approve the employment contract for Greg Sparks. Sparks has already agreed to the terms of the contract, and the background investigation process for him was completed in mid March. Sparks has worked in city...

EUREKA It’s Sexual Assault Awareness Month as well as Child Abuse Prevention Month, and the Eureka Police Department is doing their part to spread awareness.

Each member of the EPD is wearing a purple ribbon during all of April to show solidarity for victims of sexual assault and child abuse. EPD officials say the goal is to bring attention to these often hidden crimes. If you would...

HUMBOLDT COUNTY- The Humboldt County Board of Supervisors have voted to repeal Ordinance 2488, which places restrictions on public use of the courthouse grounds in Eureka. 
 
The motion to start the process of repeal was passed 4 to 1 at the Tuesday meeting, with Supervisor Rex Bohn dissenting. After the meeting Supervisor Bohn told us he supports the rights...

MCKINLEYVILLE- Inside Azelea Hall Monday, residents and county officials came together to start working on the design for the Central Avenue Safety Project. A group of residents and business owners met to tell county officials what they wanted for the project.

An $800,000 grant has been set aside for the plan that will mainly focus on median treatments.

"Central Avenue is one of...

ARCATA- To commemorate Humboldt State University's centennial the college will bury a time capsule full of items that represent the school. The capsule will remain buried for 50 years and dug up when the college celebrates 150 years.

The capsule will be put in the ground on April 25th and will begin the university's Founders Day events.

You can submit your suggestion on Humboldt...

KLAMATH- The Yurok tribe will hold a special election to fill the South District position on Wednesday. The following are running for the position: Trish A. Carlson, Linda K. Cooley, Gerald Green, Gary Markussen, Sr., Lana M. McCovey, Maria Tripp.

The position was made vacant when Tribal Council member Bonnie Green died.

The elected council member will serve 2,000 tribal members...

EUREKA- Tuesday is the first day of April, and a day where practical jokers all around are playing pranks.  People on the North Coast shared what they are doing for April Fools’ Day.

People are thinking of last minute strategies on April Fool’s Day.

"My mom's working today so I might pull a prank on her.  I'm not sure yet as to what I want to do.  I'll probably think of something...

Ruth Lake is now over 100 percent full after the recent storms.

Just over two months ago, the Humboldt Municipal Water District told us the lake was only at 55 percent capacity. District officials confirm Ruth Lake is now 106 percent full. They confirm this is enough water to supply the seven municipalities for up to 3 years, providing the Humboldt Bay Water District does not pick up...

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