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FORTUNA- If you're in the Eel River Valley and looking for something to do Wednesday, the River Life Foundation has an invitation for you.

The organization is hosting a community barbeque Wednesday night at the Fortuna United Methodist Church on N Street from 5:30-6:30 p.m. For $5 you can have your pick of hamburgers and the fixings, as well as homemade desserts. There will also be live...

GARBERVILLE- Two people were arrested Tuesday morning after a probation search turned up drugs at a Garberville motel.

Around 11:05 a.m. deputies with the Humboldt County Sheriff's Office searched a room at the Lone Pine Motel being used by Billy Joe Neenan, 42. The sheriff's office has received numerous complaints of narcotics activity at the motel.

During the search, deputies...

DEL NORTE COUNTY - Tickets are now available for PenAir flights beginning in September out of Del Norte county and the ticket prices are a little more affordable for North Coast travelers..

Crescent City lost their resident airline after Sky West pulled out service. The city has been without air service for almost two months now. PenAir will begin flights September 15th.  A...

EUREKA - Redwood Community Action Agency is the recipient of a grant to help underprivileged youth in our area.

The program is called the “AmeriCorps For Youth Resiliency Program” and the nearly $72,000 will target foster and homeless youth to improve self-sufficiency, life skills, promote positive social connections and attachments to adult role models.

The grant was made...

EUREKA - A woman accused of multiple felony charges after a knife attack at the Bayshore Mall  pled guilty on Monday.

Cayla Tatum, admitted guilt to two counts of felony assault and two counts of 2nd degree commercial burglary stemming from a February 23rd attack on a Famous Footwear Employee. A separate deferred charge for misdemeanor child abuse was also a...

ARCATA - Billboards of all shapes and sizes stretch along Highway 101 between Arcata and Eureka. Many people believe they should be removed, while others believe our local businesses depend on them.

What's more important, beauty or business? That's what people are left asking themselves, when it comes to the billboard battle.

"Well for a lot of years people have wanted to see the...

EUREKA- More than 700 local students saw Eureka High School’s Agriculture
Department up-close where they learned about different careers and
what the agriculture students do on a daily basis.

On Monday, the approximately 300 EHS Agriculture Students, who are
also Future Farmers of America members, showed off their work to local
elementary school and middle...

EUREKA- The City of Eureka is working to update its current municipal bicycle
code ordinance to enhance commuter safety and assist law enforcement.

The Eureka Police Department has worked with the Humboldt Bay Bicycle
Commuters Association over the last few months to draft the new
ordinance. The update would set standards for impounding bikes, list
the areas...