Shasta-Trinity National Forest Fork Complex: A community meeting will be held today, August 2, at 1pm at the Hayfork Community Church in Hayfork. A community meeting will be held today, August 2, at 4pm in Hyampom, at the Volunteer Fire Department.:
Red Cross Evacuation Center for Mad River/Ruth at: Van Duzen Community Center, Van Duzen Road, Mad River:
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State Route 36 is closed at the Trinity County line due to the wildfires. It's unknown when the roadway will re-open:
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Nearing the halfway point of the high school football regular season, Eureka was trying to stay undefeated in conference play. Del Norte returned home going up against Fortuna. Humboldt State is back for homecoming and the experts give us their surprise teams.
McKinleyville girls golf won its fourth consecutive event Thursday at the Eureka Muni. The Loggers Ashley Guiterrez had the lowest score with a 78. The next event is October 3 at the Beau Pre Golf Course.
After the first collegiate mountain bike race of the season, Humboldt State University Cycling Club leads the Western Collegiate Cycling Conference. A dozen HSU cyclists raced at China Peak Resort last weekend, winning several of the events. HSU senior Steven Pearl won the men's A cross country race. Katelyn Hill won the women's A short track cross country race. The A category races are at the...
Diego Ramirez is a standout on the McKinleyville soccer team. And as News Channel 3's Chet Davis found out, the senior forward being a standout doesn't stop off of the field. Ramirez is the Athlete of the Week.
Last Friday, Ferndale and Fortuna battled it out in the Milk Can Game. One of the most highly anticipated games of the season. But as News Channel 3's Chet Davis explains. An even better story was taking place on the sidelines.
Eight Humboldt Del Norte football teams took to the field. Fortuna and Ferndale renewed their rivalry in the annual Milk Can Game. Eureka was going for three straight hosting Del Norte. Both Arcata and McKinleyville try for that first conference victory. We preview the college action as Humboldt State makes it way to Southern California. The experts also join us for the Question of the Week...
College of the Redwoods first-year head football coach Chris Vicory was happy with his team’s 28-21 victory at home against San Jose City College last week, the first of the Corsairs’ season.
But the coach wasn’t satisfied.
“It was nice to get the first one,” Vicory said. “But our message to the players on Tuesday when we got back to work was, ‘your favorite win should always be...
It happens once a year. When Fortuna and Ferndale become rivals on the football field and battle it out for the milk can. The Wildcats have won nine of the last ten games. The two rivals square off Friday night at Husky Field.
For the Athlete of the Week, we head out to College of the Redwoods. Chris Vicory is in his first season as the CR football coach. At quarterback, Victory decided to go with sophomore Will Hissong. As News Channel 3's Chet Davis found out, Hissong is not you're typical sophomore.
CR Sports Information- It didn’t come as easily, but the result was the same.
College of the Redwoods’ Kristyn Rook and Anna Westin had 10 kills apiece to lead the CR volleyball team to a straight-set sweept against Mendocino in Ukiah on Tuesday.
The Corsairs won 25-20, 25-21 and 25-23, giving them three wins in their first four matches to open the season.
Healthsport in Fortuna has had a gymnastics program for nearly two decades. But two years ago, a competitive team was started. In tonight's Sporting Youth, News Channel 3's Chet Davis met with the team. Before their first competition of the year.
It's the third week of the high school football season. We have highlights of all four North Coast games. McKinleyville gave Eureka all it could handle in the home opener for the Panthers. Fortuna was looking to get back on track at Arcata. Hoopa was trying to earn that first win and South Fork was also home. We preview the college action and the experts give us their best venue for food.
Alameda turned the tables on the College of the Redwoods volleyball team in the Bay Area on Friday, handing the Corsairs their first loss of the season in a straight-set sweep, winning 25-9, 25-21 and 25-12.
Coming into Friday’s match, Redwoods had not lost a game in its two previous matches to open the season.
Friday the 13th was a...
The hot start to its 2013 season continued on Thursday as the College of the Redwoods volleyball team swept Contra Costa on the road, winning 25-16, 27-25 and 25-17.
Through two matches this season, the Corsairs are yet to lose a game.
“It was kind of the same thing we saw against Mendocino last week,” said CR head coach Marla Gleave. “We came out and controlled the first set...
Ferndale's Kyle Chambers has Ferndale football off to another good start to the season. His performance in week one against Arcata earned him Athlete of the Week honors... News Channel 3's Chet Davis reports.
WALNUT CREEK – Humboldt State's Imogene Carson has been named the California Collegiate Athletic Association Women's Cross Country Runner of the Week for the week of Sept. 5-8.
The sophomore from Eureka led the Lumberjacks to the team title and a perfect score of 15 points at the annual Humboldt Invite on Saturday morning.
Carson also claimed the individual title at HSU's season...
It's still very early in the fall sports season. But for boys soccer, Fortuna has looked like the team to beat. News Channel 3's Chet Davis met the Huskies and learned this season was a long time coming. Here's tonight's Sporting Youth.
Conference play has arrived for four high school football teams in the Big 5. Eureka made its home debut facing Fortuna while McKinleyville traveled to Del Norte. Ferndale was looking to stay perfect taking on a tough McClymonds squad. We preview both college openers and pick the Little 4 Champion.
FAIRBANKS, ALASKA – In her first collegiate match for her home area team, Ashley Owen showed her might by powering Humboldt State volleyball to a season-opening victory late on Friday night.
The 6-3 junior from Gasquet, Calif. downed a match-high 16 kills to lead the Lumberjacks over the host Nanooks of the University of Alaska, 3-1, in the first day of the Nanook Classic.
Redwood Saplings Junior Roller Derby Skate Skills Class Begins September 17th
Humboldt Roller Derby’s junior league is offering a skate skills class from September 17th through December 19th. This class is designed to provide new and returning skaters with a foundation of basic roller derby skate skills needed for the sport. Classes will be held on Tuesdays and...
For the Athlete of the Week, we head out to the Samoa Drag Strip. Andrew Howard has been drag racing since his high school days at Eureka. News Channel 3's Chet Davis caught up with Howard to learn what life's like in the fast lane.
ARCATA — Finally reaching the pinnacle of football success – a spot on an NFL roster – Taylor Boggs can now prove he belongs, matching himself against the best professional players.
The former Humboldt State center was among those remaining on the 53-man roster following the Chicago Bears' final cuts Saturday. After proving himself worthy throughout the preseason, Boggs is bearing the...