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A multi million-dollar project with the Yurok Tribe is breaking ground within the Redwood National and State Parks.

It’s part of an extensive economic development initiative to revitalize the economy of the Yurok Reservation and downtown Klamath.

The project will take the form of a Visitors Center and Amphitheater and will be used to educate local citizens and travelers about the...

MCKINLEYVILLE- The McKinleyville Union School District Superintendent is recommending a change to the district's board that would shift both elementary schools. Under the proposal Dows Prairie Elementary School would start serving kindergarten through second grade and Morris Elementary School would serve third through fifth graders. Both school teach k-5.

Superintendent Michael Davies-...

EUREKA- Washington Elementary 3rd graders have been collecting pennies for Relay For Life. The students have raised $232.78 for the cancer fundraiser.

The student have been collecting the money over time by searching in couch cushions or through old penny jars.

All the schools within Eureka City School District have participated in the fundraiser. They have raised a combined...

ARCATA- At the Humboldt State University campus men and women brought attention to the gender pay gap between sexes.

The Humboldt State chapter of the American Association of University Women held the event. Organizers said women, on average in the U.S., make 77 percent of what men make.

The day represents the extra three months and a week women have to work in order to catch up...

The man accused of striking a U.S. Forest Service Officer with his vehicle last month on Highway 36 has been identified.

Detectives with the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office are in the process of requesting a warrant for the arrest of 22-year-old Eureka resident Silverio Sanchez. Authorities say Sanchez used his vehicle to strike a U.S. Forest Service Officer on March 15th ...

EUREKA- So far in 2014, the Eureka Police Department has been receiving reports of suspicious persons in the city thy say could be responsible for at least ten burglaries. Officers say the reports are of at least two adult men seen riding bicycles.

"If you see people riding around on bicycles any time of the day or night, in pairs, that look suspicious, give us a call.  We certainly...

WILLITS- Construction on the Willits Bypass will resume this week after a several month hiatus. 

The six-mile bypass will have no stop lights or crosswalks and is designed to eliminate delays for drivers traveling through Willits.  Planning for the Willits Bypass began in 1988, and the project is state and federally funded. Crews began working on “Phase 1” of the Willits Bypass in...

FORTUNA- The City of Fortuna is moving forward with its plans to put a trail along Strongs Creek. 
 
A master draft plan has been completed for the John Campbell Memorial Greenway and Strongs Creek Trail. It’s a 1.6-mile project that would connect the Eel River to the Headwaters Forest. City officials said it will provide recreational and commuter access for...

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