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EUREKA-Loud drums were heard, as children dressed in cultural costumes were seen walking around the streets near Cooper Gulch Monday, all to add to their educational experience.

It was a Chinese New Year parade put on by the Redwood Coast Montessori Preschool, and the purpose behind the hand made masks was to scare away bad luck. This is the seventh year Montessori has done the event....

ARCATA - Arcata’s Minor Theatre on H Street is more than a century old and its owner has a makeover in the works to bring it back to life; however big projects come with big complications.

There's major upgrades coming to the historic Minor Theatre in Arcata.

"Because it was really outdated equipment; the screens were in bad shape, the projectors were old and the sound, you had...

EUREKA-Red envelopes were handed out at Eureka High School on Thursday, but it wasn't for Valentine's Day.

The school's Multi-Cultural Club put together the event, in celebration of Chinese New Year. The students went to the classrooms handing out the traditional envelope gifts, and they gave an explanation of the significance of the year of the monkey. They also cooked 500 egg rolls to...

ARCATA-Valentine's Day came a few days early for staff at Mad River Community Hospital on Thursday. Over 500 Valentine's Day bags were delivered to them.

The bags included candies, cards, and valentines day badges to show a thank you for everything the staff does throughout the year. The goodies were handmade and delivered by the Community Health Advisory Board, made up of 18 volunteers...

ARCATA - Humboldt State students had the opportunity to network with employers Thursday afternoon as part of the school's annual Career and Volunteer Expo.

Every February, the expo allows students of all majors to connect with local and national employers; which provide insight on current positions and future careers with their company. Students also learn about internships, local non-...

EUREKA - Nearly 3,000 PG&E customers lost electricity Wednesday evening after a power line came down near Buhne and Harrison Streets in Eureka. It happened just after 6.

Some street lights were affected. Most customers were back up with service by 7:30. However, 35 remained without power. A representative for the utility said they expected to have those accounts back up and running...

EUREKA - All flags for the City of Eureka will be flown at half-staff Thursday in honor of a long-time police volunteer. Gary Swanson served honorably as a member of the EPD’S volunteer patrol for over 17-years donating 6,200 hours of service.

Police officials say Swanson always had a smile on his face and a warm greeting along with a bowl of candy to share with others. He was awarded a...

A car traveling at a high speed crashed into a building Wednesday night in Eureka.

Just after 11:30, a Eureka police officer noticed a red Honda Civic without its headlights on near West Wabash. The officer attempted to make a traffic stop but the car sped away.

The car later crashed into the Harris Street Market at Harris and Union Street.

 

The male driver fled  ...