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EUREKA- The American Red Cross is honoring heroic people on North Coast, as they are now accepting nominations for the Humboldt-Del Norte Heroes Recognition Luncheon in February. 

For the first time in the event’s 12 years, the Heroes Luncheon is including Del Norte County.  People are being asked to nominate others who have shown an act of kindness, saved someone’s life, saved a person...

EUREKA- The Eureka City Council agreed on loaning state funds to the owners of the Carson Block Building to pay for part of its restoration project.

The Carson Block Building will be seismically retrofitted, as well as receive other upgrades.  At Tuesday’s meeting, the council approved more than $5 million worth of grant and loan agreements between the city and the Northern California...

EUREKA- Congressman Jared Huffman was in Eureka on Friday afternoon at the Wharfinger Building, discussing upcoming changes to Post Office services in the area.

The town hall meeting on Friday was about plans by the United States Postal Service to close the Eureka Mail Processing Center starting in July of 2015.  Congressman Huffman has been opposed to the proposal, saying it will...

HUMBOLDT COUNTY- California restaurants are going to the dogs thanks to a bill signed by Governor Brown Thursday.

It allows man’s best friend to accompany restaurant patrons on outdoor patios. But there are a few rules that come with the new law. Dogs cannot go inside the restaurant, and while on the patio they must be on a leash and well behaved. The bill also says wait staff cannot...

EUREKA- It’s back to school here on the North Coast. College students were getting settled into the dorms Friday, marking their final weekend before the school year begins.

“It’s pretty cool actually. I've already made a lot of friends. People are cool and funny and friendly for the most part,” said Taylor Christiansen, a first time dorm resident at College of the Redwoods.

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MIRANDA- The Southern Humboldt Unified School District is seeing an unexpected increase in enrollment of seventh and eighth graders this year.

The increase comes just before a brand new junior high school opens up for students in Miranda. School officials say when they began planning for this school year in March, they only had about 70 students enrolled for classes. As of last Thursday...

SOUTHERN HUMBOLDT- The Southern Humboldt Bus System will see another year of service. Officials with the Humboldt Transit Authority say the system generated ten percent of its $130,000 operating cost this year

Every bus system in the county must generate at least 10 percent of its operating cost in fares by its fourth year of existence. With the remaining 90 percent subsidized through...

The following is from the Humboldt County Sheriff's Office:

On Thursday, at approximately 9:00 a.m., the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office, with the assistance of the Humboldt County Drug Task Force, Cal-Fire Law Enforcement and a California Fish and Wildlife Biologist and Game Warden served Humboldt County Superior Court search warrants in the 40000 block of Mattole Road, Honeydew,...

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