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A Burnt Ranch man is in jail tonight after holding off law enforcement for two hours after allegedly threatening a man with a bow and arrow.

 

Officers arrived at a Burnt Ranch home after reports of a man threatening someone outside his home with a bow and arrow. Daniel James Hamel was found on scene and allegeldy went into his home after officers arrived.

 

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The Arcata City Council will reintroduce the city's plastic bag ban at Wednesday's city council meeting. The changes come after businesses voiced their concern over parts of the ordinance that charged customers for paper bags.

 

Under the proposed changes businesses would not have to charge customers ten cents for regular size plastic bags until 2015 and not have to charge...

NORTH COAST- Following the recent discussions about Obamacare, many North Coast seniors are left confused and worried about the impacts it will have on their current Medicare health coverage. The Area 1 Agency on Aging said the Affordable Care Act has no impact on the current open enrollment process for Medicare Part D, prescription drug plans. They said with the upcoming enrollment period...
FIELDS LANDING- In an effort to boost economic development in Fields Landing and in Shelter Cove, the Humboldt Bay Harbor District is stepping in and looking to bring more jobs and tourism to the two unincorporated areas.
 
Monday night the district held one of several community forums to address the possibility of expanding the Fields Landing boat yard. The...

Redwood Pals Rescue received a check for $7,000 from an annual fundraiser.

Humboldt Bay Fire puts on ‘Bark in the Park’ each year as a way to raise money for local shelters.

This year Humboldt Bay Fire decided to donate the money to Redwood Pals Rescue in McKinleyville. Last year, the organization donated the money to the Humboldt Spay Neuter Network.

The fundraiser occurs...

The Humboldt Bay Municipal Water District is asking most North Coast residents to conserve water on Wednesday.

"We’re going to be replacing two critical isolation valves tomorrow,” General Manager Carol Rische said. “It's not an emergency situation, but they're valves that need to be replaced."

Rische said the current valves are more than 50 years old. The project is slated to...

Three people have applied for the vacant Ward 5 Eureka City Council seat. Lance Madsen resigned his position in October citing health reasons.

Chet Albin, Leslie Lollich and Barry Smith are the three contenders for the seat. All three are registered voters and live in the boundaries of Ward 5. That area covers the south part of the bay from Elk River Road to Humboldt Street and reaches...

Tomorrow start's News Channel 3's Lashay Wesley's series on illegal indoor marijuana grows. Part One, airing Tuesday, will take a look at Measure I, Arcata's high energy usage tax. How will the new tax impact residents and will growers be forced out into...

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