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EUREKA- The second annual Red Thumb Reminder was held at Eureka High School on Wednesday.  Red Thumb Reminder is a program designed to stop young drivers from being distracted behind the wheel.

Students got their thumbnails painted red as a pledge to not text and drive and learned distracted driving statistics. Last year, the First Vice President of Communications for the Eureka High...

EUREKA- A local elementary school is transitioning to a new program this fall that is designed to better prepare students for the future.

Lafayette Elementary School will become a STEAM School starting next school year.  STEAM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics Integration. Children from transitional kindergarten through fifth grade will participate by...

Jim Howard of Eureka is about to turn 99 years old.  Once owner of a shoeshine parlor, he now is happily retired and driving a Mercedes Benz.  Dave Silverbrand always wanted  ride in his "Benz" and so finally, one day, he had a chance to do just that.  Jim said he has owned 15 cars in his life, and paid cash for all of them.

Army Pvt. Sierra P. Cruz has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C.
 

During the nine weeks of training, the soldier studied the Army mission, history, tradition and core values, physical fitness, and received instruction and practice in basic combat skills, military weapons, chemical warfare and bayonet training, drill and ceremony, marching, rifle...

NORTH COAST - The Red Cross is welcoming a new executive director for the Northern California Northwest Chapter Administration.

Jeff Baumgartner is replacing Tim Miller who recently resigned after 16-years with the organization. Baumgartner spent more than a decade leading Red Cross teams most recently in the South Florida region for the Greater Miami and Keys Chapter.

The new...

EUREKA- The Eureka City Council voted to allow consultants to begin planning a project to beautify the City’s South Entry on Highway 101.

Eureka staff and consultants recently narrowed down a list of three possible projects to one. The proposed option includes a series of median islands designed to slow traffic entering the city, decorative lights next to the street, landscaping on the...

EUREKA- Eureka City Council Members also voted to delay making a decision regarding the electronic message boards ordinance until next month.
 
The issue has been up for debate recently.  Opponents say the signs should not be allowed, while supporters say the City should ease its current regulations. The ordinance mandates all signs must not exceed a certain brightness and...

SACRAMENTO - A new bill by Mike McGuire would standardize regulations for the medical marijuana industry.

SB-643 passed its first test by getting approval from the Senate Business and Professional Committee. It creates a regulatory framework for licensing, environmental protection, water regulations and public health.

Right now there are no regulations. There is however, a dire...