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The Salvation Army will host the 2nd Annual Turkey Bowl Saturday to encourage people to purchase and donate turkeys. The event will be held at the Grocery Outlet on 625 Commercial Street in Eureka from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

 

The Salvation Army hopes to collect more than a hundred turkeys at this years event. The turkeys are part of a larger food basket that is given to families who...

"Life just got too hard,” Jeremy Hackney said. “I had a lot of stresses and pressures from work and it just led me to be an angry person."

Seeing Hackney today may make it hard to believe he was ever homeless.

"Saw no other road out,” He said. “Just to walk away and literally go live in a bush because there wasn't going to be any stress there— there wasn't going to be anyone to...

Two injured dogs that were scheduled to be euthenized were given a new lease on life. Officials from the Humboldt County Animal Shelter and Redwood Pals say several good Samaritans stepped up to the plate and raised over 5-thousand dollars to help fund operations for to local two dogs.

The “Speak Easy Bar” donated 4-thousand of those dollars to help the dogs. Vets did the medical work...

Caltrans is issuing a warning about an increase in vehicle versus deer collisions in Northern California.

Officials want to emphasize this is deer and elk mating season and the animals are more active and less cautious about darting into the road. Crews in Ukiah say they have never seen the increase of accidents like they’ve seen during the past two weeks. Officials want all drivers in...

A treasure trove of alleged stolen items have been found after officers with the eureka police department conducted a stolen property search at a home on the 700-block of California Street. As police were interviewing the resident, 30 year old Cody Dale, the officer noticed a bicycle hanging on the wall that had been reported stolen. Upon further investigation, officers found lap top computers...

After discussing combining the three stations Arcata Fire Protection District will upgrade and modernize their Arcata and McKinleyville station. The estimated two million dollar project will be funded entirely by money the department already has.

 

"It's never a hard change when you realize that you are doing the right thing," said Fire Chief Desmond Cowan.

 

The...

A fence is likely to stay off the plaza after the Arcata City Council decided not to move forward with the idea after listening to business' outcry against the fence. Arcata Main Street President, David Neyra, said at the council meeting on Wednesday that...

The unofficial results for the runoff elections for the East District show Laura A. Borden leading Lyle. L. McKinnon, Sr. by 36 votes. The runoff election was held on Wednesday.

 

The other candidates that won the previous elections have already been sworn in. Election results will be finalized on Nov. 12th, and the winner will be sworn in on Nov. 20.

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