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MIRANDA- In Southern Humboldt, a project that has been years in the making came to a conclusion Wednesday as Miranda Junior High School officially opened for the new school year with a ribbon cutting ceremony.

“About 12 years ago the district closed the old Miranda Junior High School and the eighth graders have been at south fork high school so they've sort of been without a home,” said...

REDWAY- Wastewater and operating water systems in Redway are at full capacity says the Redway Community Services District.

The district conducted a study into their water treatment capabilities after receiving requests for services to a new brewery, commercial distillery and planned subdivision in the area. The study found that water and wastewater infrastructure cannot currently...

FRESNO- A Fresno judge has denied plaintiff's attempt to stop the release of Trinity River water.

Plaintiff's representing  Central Valley water district's and irrigators filed a motion where they looked to have a temporary restraining order put on the release.

They plaintiff's informed the tribe of their intention to file hours after the Bureau of Reclamation announced their...

SACRAMENTO- Governor Jerry Brown and the first lady have honored Sgt. Christopher Mulalley, the Eureka soldier who was killed while serving in Afghanistan.

In Sacramento, Governor Brown ordered the flags to be flown at half staff in Mulalley's memorial. In addition, the governor will send a letter of condolence to his family.

Military officials confirm his death was the result of...

FERNDALE- Officials with the Humboldt County Fair said attendance was up this year. They estimate a 22 percent increase from last year.

This year's fair lasted one day longer than in 2013. The organization had a new superintendent, which fair officials said brought in a new perspective.

There were new events like the sea lion show and celebrity guests, like Guy Fieri, that...

EUREKA- The American Cancer Society reports more than three million Americans living with cancer have delays or other problems getting to their appointments.  But thanks to the Road to Recovery Program, patients can get rides to their appointments for free.  However, American Cancer Society officials say the program is in need of more volunteers.

Ursula Dewitt was diagnosed with breast...

EUREKA- The man accused of a double homicide in Eureka back in March pled not guilty to all charges in court on Thursday.

Earlier this month, the judge ruled that there was indeed enough evidence to charge 28-year-old Vincent Sanchez with the murders.  He is accused of killing his half brother, 25-year-old Lance Henry, and 60-year-old Richard Storre. Sanchez pled not guilty to those...

EUREKA- The Eureka General Plan Update is the focus of a City Council and Planning Commission study session on Thursday at City Hall.

Two documents will be discussed at the public meeting.  One is the Draft Planning Issues and Opportunities Report. The report identifies environmental, economic and social assets, issues opportunities and objectives that may be considered in the update.  ...

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