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EUREKA- The 5th Annual Glen Paul Bobsled Races kicked off this Wednesday in Eureka.

The Coast Guard sector Humboldt Bay teamed up with students at Glen Paul School to go for the gold. However in a unique twist, the bobsleds at Glen Paul took the shape of wheel chairs, tricycles, and wagons. Its’ important to note, that this is the only bobsled team in Northern California.

Glen...

EUREKA- The California Education Code mandates schools update their Comprehensive Safe School Plans annually.  The deadline to update is March 1st. 

Laurie Alexander is the Director of Student Services for Eureka City Schools. She says school officials work to update the Comprehensive Safe School Plan continuously, regardless of Saturday’s deadline.

“For example, if particular...

EUREKA- The trial date has been set for Joe Serna, the man accused of vehicular manslaughter and a hit and run stemming from a fatal accident in Eureka in July of 2012.

Joe Serna was allegedly leaving an area bar and crashed into another vehicle at 17th Street and Myrtle Avenue, resulting in the death of pedestrian 57-year-old James Philbrook.  Serna’s defense attorney told...

EUREKA- With a community still in shock from the death of Rev. Eric Freed, law enforcement officials attempted to answer communities questions about the Humboldt County Jail's policy of late night releases.

"How do we protect the community, while vigorously protecting the rights of the individual?" asked Eureka Police Chief Andrew Mills.

Local clergy and police officials...

MANILA- A barn is burnt down as a result of an early Wednesday morning blaze that took the life of a calf and caused thousands of dollars worth of damage. The cause of the fire is the result of a warming lamp next to the calf.

According to Justin McDonald from the Arcata Fire Protection District the fire broke out at 4:30 a.m.. The fire burnt the barn, and caused damage to surrounding...

EUREKA- College of the Redwoods Board of Trustees will consider moving forward with a plan that will keep the Fort Bragg instructional site open, but transfer the campus over to Mendocino College. The trustees will consider the recommendation made by CR President at the next board meeting on March 4th.

In the recommendation to the board prepared by CR President Kathy Smith, she...

ARCATA- Members of Arcata High School's student government  took the place of Arcata City Council members for a day as part of Student Government Day. Students shadowed council members and city staff to get an idea of what it is like to work for government.

The annual event is held at City Hall to help education students on the role of student government in a community. Arcata High...

CRESCENT CITY- The Crescent City Harbor District has a new CEO/Harbormaster. His name is Charles Helms, and he started on Monday. 
 
According to harbor district President Wesley White, Helms’ hails all the way from Seattle, Washington. Helms’ is replacing Richard Young, who announced his retirement last year.
 
Harbor district officials...

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