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RIO DELL-Drought conditions persist across the state and here on the North Coast. The city of Rio Dell, without being forced to limit their water use, have been able to reduce their water usage by 40 percent.

The state ordered the city to reduce the amount of water they were using in July, then lifted the order.

According to the City Manager, Kyle Knopp, residents are continuing...


EUREKA- Parking restrictions and inmate re-entry programs are up for discussion at Tuesday’s Humboldt County Board of Supervisor’s meeting.

At the meeting, the supervisors will introduce an ordinance restricting parking on several roads including sections of School Road and Fischer Avenue in McKinleyvile, the Sprowel Creek Road overpass in Garberville and on portions of Harrison Avenue...


EUREKA - It was a celebration in the streets! The Humboldt Senior Resource Center celebrated its 40th anniversary Monday afternoon with a barbecue. The center has been providing a continuum of care to the senior citizen’s of Humboldt County through meals and activities and the event honored the centers service to the community.

“We got permission to block off the street and...


MCKINLEYVILLE- Starting December 2nd, North Coast commuters will have less options for air travel, as Arcata-Eureka Airport will no longer be offering direct flights to Sacramento.

Flights from Arcata-Eureka Airport to Sacramento International Airport have been offered for years.

"On average, we see about 600 passengers per month using the two Sacramento flights a day...


TRINIDAD- An Oregon woman is taken to a local hospital after colliding with a deer while riding her motorcycle on US 101.

Authorities say that just before 12:30 p.m., a deer ran out of the wooded area next to US 101 north of Trinidad.  Police say 66-year-old Yvonne Nova, of Salem, Oregon, was riding her motorcycle at about 60 miles per hour southbound at the same time, and could not...


EUREKA- At Tuesday’s Eureka City Council meeting, the council will vote on implementing a new ordinance, designed to reduce the number of stolen and abandoned shopping carts in the city.

The ordinance was proposed by city staff to address some of Eureka’s transient related issues.  Under the ordinance, the possession of a stolen shopping cart would be a misdemeanor offense.  Also,...

The following is from College of the Redwoods:

College of the Redwoods President Kathy Smith announced to CR Trustees and employees on Friday, Sept. 12 that she is retiring on June 30, 2015.

Smith will be completing the three-year contract to serve as CR’s President/Superintendent that she began serving in May 2012. She is the college’s sixth president in its 50-year history....


North Coast- A 19-year-old is facing felony DUI charges after allegedly hitting a car and home in Ferndale. Plus, a burglary suspect is allegedly caught passed out in front of the home he allegedly just broke into. And, it's the first ever Humboldt County Mud Run.