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HUMBOLDT COUNTY- County officials say inmates who are part of the AB 109 program are being better served in Humboldt County than ever before.

The AB 109 initiative has been in effect statewide for nearly two years, but officials with the department of Health and Human Services Mental Health say the addition of two case workers at the Community Corrections Resource Center to help inmates...

Earlier this week we told you about the U-S-S Independence visiting Humboldt Bay and Eureka. The ship returned today to Schneider Dock and our cameras caught a glimpse. the Independence is a “littoral combat ship” with a trimaran design giving it exceptional speed and agility. It can swap out different systems to take on various missions, including finding and destroying mines, hunting...

NORTH COAST- The Humboldt Harmonaires are out to make loved ones enjoy their Valentine's Day. A local barbershop quartet will deliver what they call “Valengrams” with a long-stemmed red rose, a personalized card and will sing two love songs delivered in a traditional barbershop harmony.
 
They are offering their...
NORTH COAST- On Wednesday the North Coast had a taste of rain but according to experts that is minimal in comparison to what we need to get out of a drought. The U.S. Drought Monitor shows Humboldt and Trinity Counties are among dozens who have been upgraded from severe to extreme drought conditions.
 
The updated...
SOUTHERN HUMBOLT- A coalition of environmental groups along the North Coast challenged a Caltrans widening project at Richardson Grove State Park. The challenge was to California’s Court of Appeals and on Thursday was ruled in favor of.
 
The project called for widening 1.1 miles of Highway 101 to allow standard-sized shipping trucks to pass through. According to...

BLUE LAKE- Students at Blue Lake Elementary were recognized for supporting two of their autistic classmates. The students were thanked by teachers for including the two 11-year-olds and the boys were honored for their special talents.

The Wilson brothers are triplets and two of them are autistic. Sean was recognized in front of the school for his work on the basketball team along with...

BLUE LAKE- Students at Blue Lake Elementary were recognized for supporting two of their autistic classmates. The students were thanked by teachers for including the two 11-year-olds and the boys were honored for their special talents.

The Wilson brothers are triplets and two of them are autistic. Sean was recognized in front of the school for his work on the basketball team along with...

EUREKA- Students at Eureka High School celebrated the Chinese New Year at lunch on Friday. The high school's multicultural center organized the event that educated students on the traditional Chinese holiday.

Students cooked egg rolls and tea for their classmates and played traditional Chinese games. Betty Chin visited the students and told them about the different traditions practiced...

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