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The Bureau of Land Management extends the comment period for the King Range Business Plan. Plus, a flag pole that has stood in a North Coast cemetery for more than 80 years gets a make over. 

A Hoopa physician is named "Doctor of the Year" by the California Medical Association. Plus, Oktoberfest hits the friendly city for a day of food, games and of course, beer. 

A logging incident claimed the life of a man this morning about 10 miles east of the Elk River Road and Wigley Road intersection.

Humboldt Bay Fire Chief Ken Woods said it appears that a tree fell on him when he was actively logging, but the cause is under investigation. A Cal Fire helicopter was requested in, but the victim died on scene.

The Humboldt County Coroner’s Office and...

The death sentence hearing for the two northwest killing spree suspects has been delayed.

 

It was a request by Holly Grigsby’s lawyer. Now she and David Pedersen will have to wait until December 9th to hear if they will face capital punishment. It will give their attorney’s an extra month to build their presentations.

 

U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder...

Volunteers were putting out headstones and spider webs in preparations for Sequoia Park Zoo's Boo at the Zoo event next weekend.

 

"It's a massive effort," said Hilary Lebow, marketing and events coordinator for the Sequoia Park Zoo.

 

Lebow coordinates volunteers to help with set up a week in advance for the event. The entire zoo is decorated for the annual...

Blue Lake's community, businesses and local artists will come together under the full moon Friday night and Saturday for this year's Harvest Days. Every year the City of Blue Lake holds different events for the change in season, but this is the first year they have all been held on the same weekend.

 

Dell'Arte International Executive Director, Stephanie Thompson said this...

Blue Lake's Public Safety Commission met this week to discuss the city's contract with the Humboldt County Sheriff's Office. The committee is in the final phases of drafting their proposal before they give it to the city council.

 

Over the past few months the Commission has gathered information from the community and are planning to ask for more night patrols, increase the...

Fortuna Middle School will soon have an outdoor classroom.

The school received a $9,000 grant from the Department of Fish and Wildlife to purchase native plants that will surround the area in front of the gymnasium. On Saturday, dozens of volunteers will come out to help with the construction of it. Volunteers will spread dirt around in preparation for adding the plants and benches....

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