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HUMBOLDT COUNTY- A Eureka man with a show on Animal Planet where he searches for Bigfoot made sure an episode for the upcoming season takes place in Humboldt County. 

An episode of season 2 of Animal Planet’s “Finding Bigfoot” took place in Northern Humboldt County.  Monday, shooting ended for an episode from next season that takes place in Southern Humboldt county.

"Humboldt's...

FORTUNA- For the first time this year, the non-profit organization River Life Foundation is holding its Community Outreach Dinner.

River Life Foundation serves the Eel River Valley in many ways, including cleaning the River Bar and handing out food every Saturday.  Wednesday, through a partnership with the Fortuna United Methodist Church, the organization will hold their first Community...

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As of Tuesday morning, traffic is now open to two lanes. According to Caltrans, construction crews used asphalt to build gradual ramps in and out of the sink area. At its deepest point, the sinkhole is about one and a half feet deep. 
 

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The California Highway Patrol Crescent City division is reporting a sinkhole on Highway 101...

Two California Highway Patrol officers were killed in a crash early this morning. It happened around 6 am on Highway 99 near Kingsburg south of Fresno.
CHP said the officers, Brian Law and Juan Gonzalez were responding to an accident when they themselves were involved in a chain-reaction crash hitting a guard rail and flipping over. Both officers were wearing their seat belts but died...

ARCATA- Small sitkas spruce trees and willow sprigs now border the edge of Allen Pond at the Arcata Marsh and Wildlife Sanctuary. 30 volunteers helped to plant the trees on Saturday that will help protect the surrounding area and wildlife.

The plants only stand a few feet tall, but will be fully grown in only a few years. The plants are  one of the final stages of the McDaniel Slough...

FORT BRAGG- College of the Redwoods Board of Trustees met in Fort Bragg Tuesday to listen to community members concerns over suspending instruction at the Mendocino educational site. The town hall was filled to capacity as over a hundred members of the community listened to input from the public over the proposed plan.

The Board made no action and only listened to public comment on the...

TRINIDAD- If you live within the city limits of Trinidad, the city council wants to hear from you.
 
In February the city sent out a public comment sheet to all residents, asking them what they ‘like’ about Trinidad, and what they want to protect, improve, and enhance. All the comments will be complied into a report to the city council and staff. The public...

EUREKA- A Sequoia Park Zoo exhibit dedicated to animals that are important to local watersheds, that will be open this June, is now half finished.

"Watershed Heroes" has been under construction since June of last year.  The exhibit will feature animals, that when abundant, demonstrate a healthy watershed in our area.   There will be bald eagles, river otters and three species of salmon...

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