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The newly renovated Boys and Girls Club of the Redwoods Clubhouse made its debut today.

Volunteers have been working non-stop for the last five days installing new appliances and making improvements. Local Rotary Clubs along the North Coast have teamed to do what they call a S.W.O.T. operation; it stands for "serving with our talents." It’s a large hands-on volunteer effort to...

The U.S. Supreme Court has refused to review a lower-court ruling ordering California to further reduce its state prison population by nearly 10,000 inmates. It’s likely the final legal challenge to that order from the state, and is considered to be a defeat for Governor Jerry Brown.

Last month, the lower-court panel extended its end-of-year deadline for the state to reduce its prison...

A Honda Pilot collided with a truck just before running through a fence, deck and the corner of the neighbors house.

 

The woman was traveling east bound on Harris Street with her three children when she allegedly ran into the rear driver side corner of a Dodge Truck, before running through a front yard fence, a  deck, and eventually stopping at the corner of the neighbors house...

EUREKA- A three-car collision shut down two streets in eureka this afternoon. It happened around 5 p.m. on J Street and 7th Street. Officers said Tracy Taylor, 44 was driving a blue Tacoma truck northbound on J Street and ran a stop sign after glancing down at her gas light. According to police after Taylor ran a stop sign hit Ronald Payton, 19 who was driving a black Ford truck eastbound...
ARCATA- October is breast cancer awareness month and one North Coast organization  has dedicated a decade to providing support to its clients. The Humboldt Community Breast Health Project in Arcata has been around for nearly 16 years, helping patients navigate through the ups and downs during their difficult journey.
 
"We see lots of people surviving from breast...

 

The City of Arcata is inviting the Community to mulch…It’s a week-long event the Parks and Recreation Department is sponsoring.  If you ever wanted to get your hands dirty and have an impact on the community, maybe this week is your opportunity. The Bayside Park and Community Garden in Sunny Brae is in need of your help. From 1 – 7 PM Monday through Friday this week, volunteers will...

Monday's class was an unusual one for students in the new Introduction to Industrial Robotics course at College of the Redwoods, who were taking a midterm. Typically, students spend the day playing with robots and learning about robotics technology

 

"Nowhere else are you going to be able to do this unless your already in the workplace," said Lonnie Smith, a student in the...

Run-off elections will be held for the Yurok Tribal Council's East District position after a 12 vote difference between candidates. Laura A. Borden and Lyle L. McKinnon, Sr. will both move onto the run-off elections held November 6th.

 

Results are finalized for the other council positions. Mindy Natt will serve for the Pecwan District and Bonnie Green, who ran unopposed, will...

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