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EUREKA - The Board of Supervisors will meet tomorrow for the first time in 3 weeks to discuss a host of things, namely the marijuana cultivation tax, and the countywide transportation tax, both proposed for the November ballot.

The transportation tax would impose a half-cent sales tax across the county for the next 20 years. The extra revenue will go toward funding roads and...

Post date: Mon, 08/08/2016 - 15:17

The Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help after a man is found shot and killed on Crestview Drive in Eureka. Residents in Arcata battled a fire in an apartment building with three fire extinguishers. The annual Sand Dollar Shuffle provides a difficult but fun beach run for participants. Miranda's Rescue in Fortuna holds a fundraiser complete with auctions, wine, cheese, and...

Post date: Sun, 08/07/2016 - 18:19

TRINIDAD – Looking through the eyes of history, you get to see and hear what it was like to be a Lighthouse Keeper.

Today is National Lighthouse Day. People came out to delve into the history of the local lighthouse. This is a free event that occurs periodically throughout the year. The Bureau of Land Management and Trinidad Museum put on these interpretative tours for the public to...

Post date: Sun, 08/07/2016 - 18:01

CLAM BEACH – A picturesque day for a run on the beach.

The Six River Running Club sponsored The Sand Dollar Shuffle Race. Participants ran approximately five miles starting from the south end of Clam Beach, to the north end, and back. The event was free to club members and people under 18, while others who attended paid $5.00.

People came out thrilled about the race, meeting up...

Post date: Sun, 08/07/2016 - 17:59

FORTUNA – A place where you can find cats, dogs, horses, and even a camel.  

Miranda's Rescue is a nonprofit, no-kill, rescue, adoption, and sanctuary for large and small animals. Today, over 1,200 people came out to enjoy the music, food, participated in raffles, auctions, and even adoptions. It is the only large and small rescue facility that is on site. This event happens once a year...

Post date: Sun, 08/07/2016 - 17:57

GARBERVILLE - The 32nd Annual Reggae on the River is in full swing at French’s Camp in Garberville. Despite controversy over Headliner Sizzla, people from all walks of life showed up to support the event.

Reggae on the River earns the title of the first reggae music festival in the country. It’s a Southern Humboldt tradition that celebrates both Rastafari and Humboldt County...

Post date: Sat, 08/06/2016 - 19:10

Eureka police take two men into custody who they believe are connected with a string of robberies in the county. A vegetation fire destroys a home and car near Benbow. Women in Arcata attempt to help set a world record in breastfeeding. The 32nd annual Reggae on the River comes to Southern Humboldt. Volunteers pull more than four thousand pounds of trash out of the water in Fortuna. A new...

Post date: Sat, 08/06/2016 - 18:24

NORT COAST - Officials with the Eel River Recovery Project have identified toxic and potentially deadly cyanobacteria in the south fork and lower main stem of the Eel.

A reconnaissance of popular swimming sites found the upper reaches of the river near Leggett in good shape for recreation. However, lower sections at Tooby Park in Garberville and areas near Dyerville had mats of floating...

Post date: Fri, 08/05/2016 - 22:40