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EUREKA- The Discovery Museum in Eureka will have a temporary home as they continue the search for another permanent location.

The museum has been located in the Carson Block Building for the last 14 years.  However, the building is going to be seismically retrofitted and receive other upgrades. The Discovery Museum, and the rest of the tenants, must vacate the building by the end of...

Hoopa - A 100 acre vegetation fire is burning near Hoopa.
 
It was report at around 4:30 Friday afternoon, The Hoopa Wildland Fire Department and Cal Fire are fighting the blaze near Bloody Camp and Bald Hills.
 
Those in the path of the fire were being evacuated and a shelter was set up at the Neighborhood Facilities Building in Hoopa.
 
No structures have...

The following is from the Humboldt County Sheriff's Office:

The Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s assistance with any information about a missing adult reported to this Office. On Thursday, at 7:12 PM, a Deputy received information about a missing person that was believed to be traveling through Humboldt County and possibly in the Shelter Cover area. Holly Ann...

Eureka-Redwood Acres opened their new community garden Thursday evening and the highlight was the rose garden the Humboldt Rose Society will oversee and the special rose dedicated to the victims of the September 11th Flight 93 that crashed in Pennsylvania.

Hayward resident, Michael Emerson donated the twenty special hybrid red roses.

The garden is a beautiful addition...

Redway - A man has been arrested after allegedly setting a fire in southern Humboldt. Taken into custody was 33-year old Dylan Sky Baker who authorities believe is homeless.

Just before 4 Thursday morning, Calfire was called to put out a dumpster fire located near Redwood Drive and Empire Lane. The blaze had spread to pallets nearby and a man was trying to extinguish the flames. When...

Agriculture students at the College of the Redwoods have been learning about sustainable farming through a weekly farm stand.

The stand sells fresh and organic fruits and vegetables grown on the college’s 90-acre farm. Produce is planted and harvested by Redwood students as part of a class in the AG major called "Sustainable Agriculture".

The stand is open Mondays and Thursdays...

A parade and ceremony was held in Fortuna in remembrance of the attacks of September 11th.

It’s an annual event organized by Dean Glaser, a Fortuna councilperson and volunteer fireman. Fire departments including Fortuna, Humboldt Bay, and Shelter Cove were represented in the four-block parade. The ceremony recognized veterans and public safety officers in attendance. The...

Richard Guadagno, a local man to the North Coast, died on Flight 93 that crashed in Pennsylvania thirteen years ago. Since his death, a memorial at Humboldt Bay National Wildlife Refuge has honored his life.

Guadagno worked for the Wildlife Refuge as a Project Manager before he died. Shortly after the attacks, the memorial garden was dedicated in his honor at the Wildlife Refuge....

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