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EUREKA- Officials with the Westside Community Improvement Association in Eureka are ready to take what they call the “next big step in community outreach,” thanks to a grant.

The Westside Community Improvement Association has partnered with Saint Joseph Community Partnership and the California Center for Rural Policy to develop a plan to address the greatest need in West Eureka. As part...

HUMBOLDT COUNTY - If you’re an AT&T customer and your cell phone was a little on the blink Monday, you’re not the only one. Dropped calls, texting problems and other issues have been reported.

News Channel 3 talked with AT&T Officials and they say a power outage threw a cell tower off line and they were working quickly to get things back on line. No timetable was given when the...

Blue lake – A Eureka man was arrested after Sheriff’s Deputies made a traffic stop and found alleged stolen property.

Taken into custody was 37-year old Beau Zachary McClung. Around 1:30 am Sunday, a Humboldt County Sheriff’s Deputy noticed a faulty license plate on the Toyota pickup McClung was driving. It was discovered the license was from another vehicle entirely. A search located a...

FORTUNA- Senior housing is on the rise in the Friendly City.

On Tuesday Fortuna’s Planning Commission will review final designs for a 25-unit multi-family development off of Stockton Court.

Yarrow Village will provide affordable housing to local seniors. The development is phase three of a low-income housing project that started in 2007. It is the third and final multi-family...

FORTUNA- It was the recess students at South Fortuna Elementary had been waiting for all year long. On Tuesday the children were able to try out their new playground for the very first time.

“I think it's really cool because we haven't had that much equipment since I started going to school here,” said third grader Jaiden Johnson.

It took the school’s PTA three years to plan and...

EUREKA- An ordinance regulating outdoor medical marijuana grows on small parcels will come before the Humboldt County Supervisors again Tuesday.

The draft ordinance first appeared before the board in July. At that meeting, the supervisors made several changes to the original regulations including expanding canopy limits to 100 square feet on up to one acre of land, and 200 square feet...

MCKINLEYVILLE - Two McKinleyville churches are facing more than $1000 in damages after a tagger vandalized their walls.

New Hope Church and Abundant Life Center on Sutter in McKinleville were the targets of graffiti on Friday night.

When sheriff’s deputies arrived on scene, they saw red spray painted graffiti covering outside walls and windows of both church buildings.

The...

BLUE LAKE - One teacher at the Blue Lake Elementary School wanted to create a school garden and the community made it happen.

Monday, a second grade class at the elementary school planted different plants around their new gym. The gym was made possible by a bond, and teacher Terry Bean Iverson wanted to keep the energy going.

Iverson was able to collect $3,000 worth of soil and...

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