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EUREKA- Rows and rows of new products created by 6th grade Freshwater Elementary students lined the gym Wednesday night for the schools Invention Convention. Every student is required to build, design and create a unique product for their class.

It is the second year 6th graders in Kylah Rush's class have been working on the project. Rush said it gives students a chance to use their...

EUREKA- The Superintendent of Eureka City Schools, Fred Vlan Vleck, says success isn’t just about results, it’s also about the road you have to take in order to achieve a goal. 

This morning there was a breakfast honoring students from Eureka City Schools who have overcome large obstacles in order to succeed in school.  The first ever every student succeeding breakfast was held at the...

ARCATA- Students of the Arcata Art Institute will help teach art classes to the community for Family Art Night Thursday night. Students will teach a variety of art classes to help educate the community and teachers about how art can be used in classrooms.

Every student teacher created their own lesson plans to teach the class and have been practicing for the night in class. The art...

EUREKA- Christian John Kay, the 18-year-old Eureka High School student who plead “not guilty” to allegedly using a pellet gun to injure two fellow students back in November, had his preliminary hearing pushed back for a second time today in court. 

The judge told Kay’s attorney they could start the preliminary hearing Thursday but it would have to be continued Friday.  When Kay’s...

EUREKA- Christian John Kay, the 18-year-old Eureka High School student who plead “not guilty” to allegedly using a pellet gun to injure two fellow students back in November, had his preliminary hearing pushed back for a second time today in court. 

The judge told Kay’s attorney they could start the preliminary hearing Thursday but it would have to be continued Friday.  When Kay’s...

From the Arcata Police Department: 
 
On 2/05/2014 at about 4:00pm, Officers from the Arcata Police Department were dispatched to the 800 block of Tenth Street on the report of a strong arm robbery having just occurred.
 
Officers contacted the male victim who reported that he had been forcibly robbed of his wallet and check book by...

MCKINLEYVILLE- A mediator will step in on Thursday to help teachers and staff at McKinleyville Union School District negotiate the terms of their salary increase. Teachers have been asking for a pay increase for the past year and have not received a raise for six years.

The teachers association is asking for a five percent salary increase to deal with the increased cost of living. The...

ARCATA- There have been an increase in vehicle thefts throughout Arcata in the past month. A total of 17 vehicles have been stolen from different areas in the city.

All the cars that have been stolen are imported cars built in the 1990s said Det. Sgt. Todd Dokweiler. Police have no suspects at this time and have made no arrests.

Imported cars are the most commonly stolen vehicles...

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