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EPD Chief: Officers Fired More Than 40 Shots in Tuesday's Pursuit

(December 9, 2016) Amid the chaotic foot pursuit in downtown Eureka Tuesday evening that ended with 26-year-old Clayton Lee Lasinski shot once in the chest, officers fired more than 40 shots, Eureka Police...

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EPD Investigating 'Suspicious Death'

(December 9, 2016) Eureka Police Chief Andrew Mills said detectives have launched an investigation into a “suspicious death” in a residence on the 300 block of P Street. Mills couldn’t provide much information...

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Christmas Brass Band Saturdays

(December 9, 2016) No sound embodies Christmas more than brass instruments playing traditional carols. Treat yourself to trumpets heralding in the season with Christmas Brass Bands (saxophone quartet and a brass ensemble)...

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Wake-up Call: 6.5 Quake a Reminder to Prepare

(December 8, 2016) Today’s magnitude-6.5 quake centered 100 miles off the coast of Ferndale has already produced a trio of aftershocks and more are likely to follow in the weeks to come, earthquake...

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Holiday Castles and Craft Market

(December 8, 2016) Kids can create delicious and fun holiday decorations at Holiday Castles and Graham Cracker Houses on Saturday, Dec. 10 at the Arcata Community Center from 10:30 a.m. to noon...

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Black & White Ocean Night

(December 8, 2016) What happens when ocean lovers get swanky? They throw a holiday party and year in review, call it Black & White Ocean Night and invite the public to party...

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Bright Lights, Little Cities

(December 8, 2016) Holiday time is the Season of Light. As the days grow darker, we turn to the comfort and tradition of Christmas lights, menorahs, yule logs and other symbolic sources...

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Sugar Plum Visions and Peppermint Dreams

(December 8, 2016) 'Twas the month of December and all through the counties, dance troupes were rehearsing their Claras and mousies. I'll stop right there. In dance circles, December means one thing:...

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Nice Sweater

(December 8, 2016) Some things are so ugly they're cute. On Sunday, Dec. 4, nearly 300 people leaned into the ugly, donning bright, lumpy, spangly and snowman-festooned pullovers and cardigans for the Ugly...

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Man Shot by EPD Expected to Survive

(December 7, 2016) Clayton Lee Lasinski, the 26-year-old suspect shot by Eureka police officers Tuesday evening, remains hospitalized but is expected to survive, Eureka Police Chief Andrew Mills said at a press...

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Dreaming of a Brass Christmas

(December 7, 2016) For many, it's not officially Christmas in Humboldt County until you've attended one of the all-brass Tuba Christmas performances, which have been led locally by Fred Tempas since 1988....

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UPDATE: Officer Involved Shooting in Eureka

(December 6, 2016) 2nd UPDATE: EPD Chief Andrew Mills gave a statement to the press at around 7:40 p.m., saying that the incident originated with a call from the California Highway Patrol...

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Taxpayer Advocate Leo Sears Dies

(December 6, 2016) Longtime taxpayer advocate Leo Sears, known for his outspoken opinions, sometimes controversial criticisms of local government and a pair of high-profile lawsuits he helped file, has died. Eureka Mayor Frank...

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Arcata Welcomes Santa

(December 5, 2016) Under clear skies, the Wonder and Light event on Friday, Dec. 2 attracted a crowd of adults and children to the Arcata Plaza with entertainment, social-awareness messages and a...

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Huffman on DAPL: 'Justice and Environmental Protection Have Won'

(December 5, 2016) North Coast Congressman Jared Huffman issued a statement last night applauding the Obama Administration’s announcement that it will deny an easement needed for the Dakota Access Pipeline to cross...

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Yurok Tribe Blames Feds for Salmon Die-Off

(December 4, 2016) SAN FRANCISCO — The federal government was hit with a second lawsuit this week claiming its bungled management of waterways allowed a deadly parasite to infect 91 percent of endangered...

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Sometimes Voters Just Sit a Race Out

(December 3, 2016) While the latest round of Humboldt County election results didn't change any outcomes, the numbers do reveal some interesting tidbits about the races voters chose to sit out. Humboldt County...

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Wrinkle in the Park

(December 2, 2016) Past the convoy of trucks and catering tents, A Wrinkle in Time director Ava DuVernay (Selma, 13th, Queen Sugar) and her crew were set up in Sequoia Park running...

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Ferndale Cowboy in National Rodeo Finals Tonight

(December 1, 2016) Bill Bugenig, a Ferndale High School graduate and career rodeo cowboy, will compete in professional rodeo's "Superbowl" tonight, as he rides into the arena at the Thomas & Mack...

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Caroline Titus Wins Free Speech Award

(December 1, 2016) Caroline Titus is one of two reporters being honored by the First Amendment Coalition this evening during the California Press Foundation's annual meeting in San Francisco. Titus will receive the...

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