Rancheria Vows to Rebuild Charred Fitness Center

(October 24, 2016) The Big Lagoon Rancheria is intent on seeing its $5.9 million fitness center — which is being built on Betty Court in McKinleyville and was leveled by a pre-dawn fire...

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Eureka's Temporary Homeless Sleeping Areas Here to Stay

(October 23, 2016) It has been six months since the city dissolved the long-standing homeless camp in the Palco Marsh. The fall’s first storm has visited, bringing with it ripping winds and...

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The Ghouls Next Door

(October 21, 2016) Halloween is a time for dressing up or taking it off — depending on the party. And sometimes it's about dressing up and taking it off. Get ready for...

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Eureka Costume Drive Aims to Help Local Kids

(October 21, 2016) The city of Eureka is collecting costumes and accessories ranging from kooky to spooky to help ensure local children have a happy Halloween. The drive was started last year for...

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Shake, Señora

(October 21, 2016) Love to dance? Love Halloween and/or Dead of the Dead, but can't wait any longer to twirl your skirts or tailcoats? Then don't miss USA Dance's October dance event,...

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State: Sample Ballot on California Props in the Mail

(October 19, 2016) If you haven’t received a sample ballot of the statewide propositions yet, a representative in the California Secretary of State’s Office says not to worry — it’s in the mail....

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'Not the Norm': HSU Students, Faculty Speak out on Racism

(October 19, 2016) The words that ignited anger and displeasure among students and staff at Humboldt State University came from their president. “Racism is not the norm on our campus,” Lisa Rossbacher...

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From Pulp Mill Ashes, Redwood Marine Terminal II Rises

(October 18, 2016) The buildings stand mostly empty and the work is far from done, but mood inside the Redwood Marine Terminal II last Friday was jubilant nonetheless. At long last, the Humboldt...

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Eureka City Council to Discuss Butane Ordinance, New Homeless Sleeping Area

(October 18, 2016) Two explosive topics are slated to come before the Eureka City Council this evening. City staff has recommended the council adopt an ordinance restricting butane sales within city limits. Butane...

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Flooding Possible With High Tides and Storm Surge

(October 17, 2016) The worst of the storm that hit Humboldt County with a one-two punch is over but there is a chance of coastal flooding in low-lying areas of King Salmon and...

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Arcata Neighborhood Concerns Focus of Meeting

(October 16, 2016) Arcata residents expressed frustration at the changing character of their neighborhoods and what they perceive as an increased boldness in the crimes being committed on local streets during a Thursday...

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Aid Worker Kidnapped in Niger Reportedly from McKinleyville

(October 15, 2016) 2nd UPDATE: In a statement sent to the Journal, North Coast Congressman Jared Huffman indicated he’s working with the State Department to facilitate kidnaped missionary Jeff Woodke’s safe return home....

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(October 15, 2016) How you feeling? LatinoNet's 10th annual Spanish language health fair, Festejando Nuestra Salud/Celebrating Our Health, takes place Sunday, Oct. 16 at Redwood Acres Fairgrounds from noon to 4 p.m....

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Taco Trucks on Every Corner

(October 14, 2016) Can we get back to that campaign promise/threat? It sounds fantastic. It beats a "chicken in every pot," which leaves you to come up with side dishes. No, life...

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Court Cracks Down on Skipping Jury Duty

(October 14, 2016) If you are among the estimated 75 percent of Humboldt County residents who have been ignoring a jury summons, the Superior Court may come a calling to let you know...

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Lightning Strikes

(October 13, 2016) It's a dark and stormy night ... what better time to work on your 99-word Flash Fiction Issue entry? You never know, you could even end up with a...

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Dark Comedy

(October 13, 2016) Creepy clowns are getting a lot of press these days. Some scarier than others — or more orange. It seems there's a lot more scare with these jesters and...

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Alcohol, Hearing Evidence May be Excluded in McClain Trial

(October 12, 2016) SAN FRANCISCO  — A federal judge said Tuesday he is unlikely to permit evidence that a man shot and killed by an officer in Eureka two years ago was drunk...

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Public Defender to Retire, Judgeship Not Likely

(October 12, 2016) After a decade on the job, Humboldt County Public Defender Kevin Robinson has informed the Board of Supervisors that he will be retiring in January. In a short letter sent...

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ArMack Silent Film Festival

(October 11, 2016) OK. Enough of all that scary stuff. The ArMack Silent Film Festival promises an evening of old-fashioned film fun with showings of Buster Keaton's The Haunted House (1921) and...

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