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EUREKA- Some wonder what it is like watching a movie as a blind person, but Eureka resident James Forbes and President of Humboldt Blind Council says he enjoys movies differently than the way sighted viewers do, in a different king of way using the film’s sound to tell the story, 
 
"I can't even put it into words really," he said.
 
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EUREKA- Relay For Life is a few months away but already a North Coast team is raising funds for the cause.
 
The stylist and workers at Elke’s in Eureka kicked off their fundraising efforts today called "Shear For A Cure." Baked goods lined the store and raffle tickets along with clothing were up for sale. The team says they hope to hold a "Shear For A Cure" event...

EUREKA- The birthday of the beloved children’s author, Dr. Seuss, is on Sunday.  On Friday, students at Washington Elementary School in Eureka took part in the National Education Association’s Reading Across America Day.

Students at Washington Elementary School enjoy a good book for a variety of reasons.

"I know that reading helps you spell better and it helps your brain," said...

SCOTIA- The Scotia Community Services District will start taking over property and funds from the company town as the final process of transferring the company to the district begins.

"It won't be a company town any longer," said Town of Scotia President, Frank Shaw Bacik. The town is one of the last company towns in the nation, where a the individual company owned every piece of...

EUREKA- If you have ever wanted to be a train engineer, you have the chance to learn how on Saturday in Eureka.

The Timber Heritage Association, a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving Humboldt County’s logging history, is holding a training session for people to learn how to operate two of the oldest operational locomotives in the country. 

People learning to be...

EUREKA- Six local educators were awarded iPads and cash prizes to help teach autistic students in the classroom. Families Advocating Autism Now awarded the teachers Thursday night.

Fatima Naylor, the Director of FAAN said iPad's touch screen and color displays can help students with autism. Teachers said they can use different apps to teach students interactively in classrooms.

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EUREKA- The 21-year-old man accused of killing a Eureka man with a crossbow and injuring another in the Samoa dunes last Sept. will stand trial in July.
 
Police believe Phoenix King of Lake County killed James John James, 44, with a crossbow after a dispute over stolen items from their campsite. King and his alleged 16-year-old accomplice have both pled not...
From the Eureka Police Department: 
 
Due to a recent increase in complaints regarding aggressive and/or suspicious door-to-door peddling and solicitation, the Eureka Police Department would like to offer the following safety tips:
 
1. Ask to see a City of Eureka business...

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