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On September first at approximately 12:00 midnight, the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office received a 911 call regarding a man and woman being assaulted. They were injured as a result of the assault and were now on the side of road at the Samoa Blvd and State Route 255 intersection, Manila. When deputies arrived on...

On August 31st at about 12:10 a.m., the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office was notified of a stabbing victim being treated at Mad River Community Hospital Emergency Room. When a deputy arrived at the E.R. he met with the 32 year old male victim who resides in McKinleyville. The deputy saw the victim had several cuts...

On 09-02-2013, approximately 3:45 a.m., the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office received a report of a home invasion in progress in the 300 block of Oak Street, Eureka. When deputies arrived they met with the 29 year old female victim who was visibly upset. The female told the deputies she was in her bedroom when she...

The County Board of Supervisors declared September Local Food Month at their meeting on Tuesday to promote local foods grown in Humboldt County. It is the seventh annual Local Food Month in Humboldt County and events are planned throughout the month to highlight food grown in the region.

 

California Alliance with Family Farmers chose September as Local Food Month because produce...

The Arcata City Council will listen to public comment and vote on the first phase of the proposed plastic bag ban at Wednesday's City Council Meeting.

 

Under the proposed ordinance single use plastic bags would be banned from all grocery stores, pharmacies, and convenient stores. Bags would still be available for meats, bulk food items, and produce. Shoppers would have the...

The Eureka City Council is moving forward with plans to address problem motels in the city.

Tonight, councilmembers will hear the first reading of an ordinance that requires the 32 motels in the city to obtain a lodging permit and meet certain requirements for habitability. It would also put them in one of two tiers based the number of calls for service/room ratio.

 

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New activities are arriving at the Jefferson School building on Eureka’s west side. Among some of the changes: ballet and hip hop classes, free farmers markets on Saturdays and an inside playground for the kids.

 

For 70 years, the school served as the community’s park. However, in 2005 it was shut down due to lack of enrollment. Six years later a group called the Westside...

SCOTIA- A large fuel fire at the Eel River Power Plant in Scotia forced workers to evacuate Sunday. It was a multi-agency effort with Scotia Fire Department, Fortuna Fire, Rio Dell, and CAL FIRE to get the flames under control. Workers from the plant said Saturday night they noticed a hot spot in the pile, and that same hot spot is what ignited Sunday evening. 
 
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