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REDWAY- It could be another three weeks before Redwood Drive is re-opened to the public.

The road has been closed since February 23, when falling rocks from the bluffs made it unsafe for drivers to navigate the roadway. In the meantime, drivers have to use Highway 101 to travel between Garberville and Redway.

According to Humboldt County roads, two culverts were replaced...


KLAMATH- A group appointed by Congressman Jared Huffman will soon begin working to find alternatives to the Last Chance Grade.

Congressman Huffman will announce a stakeholder group on Monday, March 30 in Klamath. The group will explore options to reroute or stabilize the Last Chance Grade, an area of Highway 101 south of Crescent City known for landslides.

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EUREKA- Music is an important part of child education, especially at Cutten School District. Katri Pitts, a music teacher at the Cutten and Ridgewood Elementary School Districts said, ”It’s really beautiful for me to see so many kids, every child in the district receiving what I think every child should receive in terms of their music education.” March is music in schools month and Katri Pitts...

Sacramento - Congressman Jared Huffman sent a letter to the new Postmaster General restating opposition to the US Postal Service’s desire to close the Eureka and Petaluma mail processing centers.

Huffman has continually opposed the plan first discussed back in 2011. He maintains that it will cause disruption of mail delivery, cause job loss and damage local economies.

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WEAVERVILLE - A Dinsmore man wanted by the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Department for assault was found yesterday in Trinity County. 60-year old Harry Robert Schultz was taken into custody by  deputies after being located at a motel in Weaverville.

Last Wednesday, Schultz allegedly assaulted a friend who was building a cabin for the suspect off of Bear Creek Road in Dinsmore. During...


EUREKA- That unfamiliar sound flooding the sky over coastal Mendocino, Humboldt, and Del NorteCounties was indeed a tsunami siren. But there was no need to panic it was only a test.

Wednesday, marked the 7th Annual Tsunami Test Drill. The drill was conducted in part by the National Weather Service office of Eureka, the California Office of Emergency Services and the California...

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CRESCENT CITY - Crescent City’s Fire Protection District and Volunteer Fire Department are now becoming one. 

The two have worked closely for the past ten years and developed the idea to merge during an October strategic planning meeting. The two entities recently took a vote and are moving forward with the merge, under the title, Crescent City Fire and Rescue. Both agencies are working...

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CRESCENT CITY - A long awaited Veterans Monument in Crescent City is now able to move forward after receiving a California Coastal Development Permit.

There are many ways to honor veterans, but determined community members of Del Norte County have wanted a Veterans Monument Point of Honor in Crescent City for almost a decade. 

"Everybody knows a veteran, and all the sacrifices...