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HUMBOLDT AND DEL NORTE COUNTIES- More than 8,000 students in Humboldt and Del Norte schools got to enjoy a nutritious and locally farmed meal Tuesday for the 3rd Annual Taco Tuesday.

The Humboldt County Office of Education and Community Alliance with Family Farmers partnered with local farmers to bring local, grass fed beef to local schools. Organizers say Taco Tuesday is a big hit for...

BLUE LAKE - Blue Lake Power Plant is temporarily closing at the end of the month.

Blue Lake Power LLC and San Diego Gas and Electric are voiding their current contract. The power plant has notified 16 employees that they will be laid off after two weeks of maintenance. Blue Lake Power says, they’re actively working on a new contract, but until then, they have to close. 

The plant...

ARCATA - The HSU Police Department is urging the community and students to be cautious of an individual that could be dangerous. 

24-year-old, Jonathan Marcus Werdal, who is the subject of a restraining order to an HSU student, has been attempting to contact this protected female through various means. The Arcata Police Department and University Police have had numerous calls and...

EUREKA - The Juan Joseph Ferrer murder trial is nearing an end. 

Ferrer is being charged with the murder of an Arcata chef in 2013. After defense rested it’s case Monday, Judge Feeney canceled Tuesday's trial to meet with council and decide on jury instructions. Wednesday morning at 9:00 a.m. both the prosecution and the defense will deliver their closing arguments, summarizing the case...

FERNDALE - Every time we go to the grocery store to pick up milk, cheese or ice cream, we seldom think about what it takes to bring that product to market. We consume it with enjoyment but never realize how much plain hard work it takes to get to our table.

At 1:30 am every day Francisco Contreras is on his way to Ferndale from Eureka. There’s not many people out this time of night in...

The man accused of robbing two Eureka banks pled guilty to the crimes Monday in court.

 

Benaiah Stephen Tabbytite pled guilty to robbing U.S. bank on April 23 and Coast Central Credit Union in the Bayshore Mall on April 28.

 

Tabbytite also attempted to escape while in custody at St. Joseph hospital for self-inflicted injuries. He was sentenced to a total of 8...

EUREKA- Students from Toddy Thomas Middle School are thinking outside the box, having created new and sustainable ideas in transportation.

It was all for the Garrett Morgan Project, a nationwide competition through the Mineta Transportation Institute at San Jose State University. Nine other U.S. schools took part, creating sustainable transportation concepts to present to a panel via...

ARCATA - The city of Arcata held it’s first of three, budget study sessions Monday, to look at ways to cut costs and raise reserves. 

The city says, the budget is slightly under last years by a few million dollars and proposed changes would avoid structure deficits. The city is anticipating property tax revenue to increase by more than $500,000, while the city’s proposed reorganization...