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It was a packed house this morning at the Adorni Center with people from every branch of service, all in attendance for the same reason. It was the Annual Veteran’s Day Program put on by the Rotary Club of Southwest Eureka.

“This is the biggest crowd I think we’ve ever had,” Master of Ceremonies John Moore said.

This year’s keynote speaker was Jack Alderson. He was a Lieutenant...

Six River National Forrest will close forest roads to motorists to prevent the spread of root disease. The closure goes into effect on a yearly basis at the start of the rainy season.


Six Rivers officials said the closures help stop a non-native pathogen that causes Port-Orford-cedar (POC) root disease. The spores, according to Six Rivers, live in water and wet soil and are...

An Arcata Main Street Board Member steps down in response to the board voting to fire the organizations director. Arcata Main Street voted to lay off, Jennifer Koopman, at a board meeting held at the start of November said Arcata Main Street President David Neyra.


According to Neyra the board voted 3 to 1 to let Koopman go as a result of the boards decision to restructure the...

Several Coast Guards stationed at Sector Humboldt Bay honored a dozen local veterans for their service at a ceremony on Monday. The Coast Guard has been celebrating veterans services at the Adult Day Health Care of Mad River for the past six years.


A dozen local veterans were given pens with American flags for their services. Veterans from various different branches of the...

It’s been in the works for two years, and today local veterans finally got to see the end result.

Artist and North Coast Honor Flight co-founder Kathrin Burleson has been drawing portraits of more than 150 World War II veterans in Humboldt County. Today, her collection was debuted at the annual Veteran’s Day ceremony at the Clarke Historical Museum.

One veteran at Monday’s...

A consumer alert for a baby food product, why the company is issuing a voluntary recall. Plus, the California Highway Patrol gets a new fleet of vehicles.

Eureka is getting some attention from the Huffington Post.

The city was just named one of the twenty “awesome” cities people in their twenties should visit.

The online news source cites the Victorian architecture, historic Old Town and culture as reasons to visit. It also lists that Eureka is recognized as one of the best small art towns and has also been named the “best pot-...

An update to the student hospitalized after he was allegedly hit by a pellet gun during lunch period on Thursday. Plus, an annual event that honors Native American elders and veterans.