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Weaverville - All evacuation notices have been lifted after fire fighters continued to make progress on the Oregon Fire burning in Trinity County. Cal Fire authorities say a vehicle towing a boat started the 580-acre forest fire Sunday near Weaverville. The blaze is 45 percent contained as cooler temperatures and decreased winds have allowed crews to make good progress. 

One structure...

Honeydew - A man has lost his life after crashing a motorcycle on Mattole Road in southern Humboldt.

California Highway Patrol reports that Saturday night, a 42-year-old Rio Dell resident was traveling west on Mattole Road near the Honeydew CalFire station when for unknown reasons he lost control and went off the roadway. The driver was ejected and sustained fatal injuries. The...

ARCATA- Work continues on US 101 in Arcata, as Caltrans crews install more than 1.5 miles of a safety cable barrier.

The purpose of the nearly $1 million project is to improve the safety on US 101 between the 11th street bridge and the Arcata Overhead Bridge by adding cable barriers to the median.  Construction began two months ago and is expected to be complete by the end of...

CUTTEN- Cutten and Ridgewood Elementary schools will have more money for clubs and extracurricular thanks to a decades old program.

The box tops for education program offers 10 cents per each box top sent in a by a school. This summer the Cutten-Ridgewood PTA discovered a misplaced five-gallon bucket filled with 7,905 box tops at one of the schools. Those box tops were collected over...

ARCATA- Many students on the North Coast were back in class for the first day of school on Monday.  HSU was also back in session, with its new president at the helm.

President Lisa Rossbacher is currently working to develop a new strategic plan.  The plan is focused on enhancing academic programs, athletics and facilities at the school, while making sure school funds are spent as...

EUREKA- Classes began Monday at College of the Redwoods, where school officials say they are also seeing an increase in enrollment this year.

The college’s move to offer courses at other locations throughout the north coast is one factor in that growth; with classes now offered at local high schools as well as Del Norte, Mendocino and Trinity counties. With increased enrollment and...

TRINIDAD- There are three open seats in the Trinidad City Council Race, but only one candidate is going to be on the November ballot.

That candidate is current City Council Member Jim Baker.  Another current member of the council, Dwight Miller, did not qualify to go on the ballot, because one of the signatures on his nomination paper was not from a registered voter.  Now, Miller must...

ARCATA- If you were traveling to Arcata Monday, you may have seen them walking on the shoulder of Highway 101. Luke Robinson and his dog Indiana are making a 2,000 mile trek from Canada to San Diego all on foot to raise awareness for cancer.

“I’m just a simple guy from Texas. So you know, we do everything big down in Texas, so we lose someone to cancer we don't walk around a park, we...

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