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EUREKA- A stolen urn from a North Coast cemetery containing cremated remains was recovered Sunday night and the suspect was caught on surveillance footage. Ocean View Cemetery Administrator Don McCombs said, 
 
"The reaction unfortunately is horror and disgust, this a place to honor our loved ones."
 
On Tuesday the Eureka Police...

EUREKA- Students at College of the Redwoods no longer have to worry that their college may loose accreditation. The Accreditation Commission for Community and Junior Colleges lifted the sanctions against the college on Friday.

"I'm so excited and relieved as the rest of the students at CR," said Board of Trustee Student Representative Mohamad Alnakhlawi, who has seen the accreditation...

MCKINLEYVILLE- Two 7th Graders at Pacific Union Elementary have raised $1,140 for a local animal rescue group. The students raised the money going door to door for a class science project.

The 11th graders wanted to see if people were more willing to give money to a local animal rescue group if they brought a dog that could be adopted. The students were able to raise the money for...

ARCATA- The City of Arcata is looking for the communities input on low income and affordable housing for the upcoming General Plan. The meeting will address how many zoned parcels are included in the plan.

Input from the community will help the city to determine areas that are in need of affordable housing and if there is a need for more housing in the future.

The meeting will be...

EUREKA- The Humboldt Bay Harbor District is in its planning and development phase for future uses of the old pulp mill in Samoa.
 
Exhibits were on display Monday afternoon at the HSU Aquatic Center showcasing proposed uses for the newly acquired site. The exhibits ranged from renewable energy, manufacturing and shipping, aquaculture, and ethanol distillery. ...

EUREKA- The Parent Teacher Association “Take Your Family to School Week” is recognized nationally from February 17th to February 21st.  However, Eureka City Schools will not be in session during that week, so Washington Elementary School is celebrating early.  
 
Officials with PTA Washington Elementary School E say every week about 7000 high school students in the United States...

The rain we have been experiencing over last few days has helped add to the local water supply.

Before Thursday, Ruth Lake, which supplies water to the Humboldt Bay Municipal Water District’s seven municipalities, was at 54 percent full.  Now, it’s at 61 percent full, after receiving five inches of rain in the last few days.  Lake elevation is up four feet, with water levels...

EUREKA- The City of Eureka is working to update its General Plan, and residents can give input from the comfort of their home. 
The last General Plan Update for land use in Eureka was in 1997. 

From Monday until February 24th, people can use a website to share what they like, what they don’t like, the locations they think should be changed, and the challenges they think Eureka...

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