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TRINIDAD- Tucked under the tall trees at Patrick's Point State Park is a 50-year-old garden that features native plants from the area. State Park employees and volunteers have been working over the winter months to put up signs and descriptions of the more than 60 different, indigenous plants.

Environmental Scientist Michelle Forys, who works for the park, said it will help to answer...

FORTUNA- Stakeholders were educated on the most recent information regarding Klamath River fish health. Scientists, government employees, university professors, tribes and private companys all attended the meeting hosted by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and Oregon State University.

The fish health workshop has been held over the past 10 years to help educate and discuss the issues...

EUREKA- College of the Redwood's Board of Trustees voted unanimously to have Mendocino College take over instruction at the Mendocino site in Fort Bragg.

The Board approved a plan that will have the closer community college start offering classes at the Fort Bragg location for the upcoming 2013-14 school year and to take over instruction for the long term. Mendocino Lake Community...

CRESCENT CITY- The former Crescent Elk Middle School Assistant Principal charged in the fatal crash that took the life of a Klamath man, has been sentenced to three years in state prison. 
 
Back in December of 2012, Coulter Mann was driving on Highway 101 south of Smith River when he smashed into a truck driven by 67-year-old Kenneth Jones of Klamath. Jones later...

EUREKA- firefighters responded to a commercial building after smoke was seen filling the air.  The smoke was seen at 10:40 p.m. last night at Marcella Draperies on the 200 block of 7th Street.

Humboldt Bay Fire determined the smoke was due to an equipment malfunction.  Firefighters saw smoke when they entered the building, but could not locate a fire.  They then saw between...

EUREKA- One man is in custody after police say he led them on a nearly hour long search through a Eureka neighborhood.

Police say 30-year-old Nicholas Kistler was seen walking at the intersection of West Simpson and Pine Streets shortly before 7:40 a.m., and appeared to be under the influence of drugs. 

When police attempted to speak with the man, they say he fled, and was then...

EUREKA- A man is being treated at Saint Joseph Hospital after bystanders found him bleeding on the side of the road in Eureka.

An officer with Eureka Police Department told us that at about 2:45 p.m., someone reported a man bleeding in the road who was possibly hit by a car.  The man was found bleeding from a cut above his eye and had a scuff on his knee on Wabash avenue next to the...

NORTH COAST- Methamphetamine abuse was a topic of discussion at Tuesday’s Board of Supervisors meeting. The department of Health and Human Services presented data showing that methamphetamine has been in the county since the 1980's, but it was not until recently when it became more prevalent in the community. Mike Goldsby, Senior Program Manager for the Department of Health and Human...

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