KEET at the Crossroads 

With a big federal grant at risk, a public television station weighs its options

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J. Daniel Fernandez

On the outskirts of southern Eureka sits a faded, light-blue building, which — except for the looming broadcast tower and small parking lot — looks like a slightly larger version of the homes that surround it. From here on Humboldt Hill, KEET-TV…

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