Last Night at Roy's

Last Night at Roy's

A Eureka institution turns out the lights

(February 23, 2017) A little after 5 p.m. on Saturday, the sky over Old Town Eureka is dark enough for the neon sign in front of Roy's Club Italian Restaurant to cast...

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Fair Fight

Humboldt County Fair Association pays thousands to avoid public disclosure

(February 23, 2017) Caroline Titus was warned. She was given an explanation. Nevertheless, she persisted. The editor and publisher of the Ferndale Enterprise, who spent the better part of the last two...

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Under the Color of Authority

No matter what you see in this video, it's troubling

(February 16, 2017) Adam Laird's career ended in less than three seconds. You can watch it happen in real time in the grainy video footage captured by the dash-mounted camera of a...

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Passive Resistance

Jager, Brady refuse to sign Eureka's human rights resolution

(February 16, 2017) On Jan. 17 the Eureka City Council voted 4-1 in favor of a broad resolution "affirming human rights, inclusiveness, environmental sustainability, affordable healthcare and religious freedom." One month later,...

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Cheap Dates

Good times on a thin dime

(February 9, 2017) Listen, it can't all be Netflix and chill. Yes, your charming company should be enough and your wallet is making that whooshing wind-through-the-Dustbowl sound, but come on. Whether wooing...

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Partnership, Stat

HSU, CR collaborate on new nursing program

(February 9, 2017) Humboldt State University and College of the Redwoods both confirmed this week that they are busily working toward partnering to offer a program that would allow working nurses to...

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Free Advice

There's such a thing as too cheap

(February 9, 2017) We got a number of great suggestions while putting together our "Cheap Dates" story but friends, we need to draw the line on penny-pinching entertainment somewhere. Not denying the...

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Wild

Horses and healing in Humboldt

(February 2, 2017) Cody is galloping in circles in the round pen, tossing his head with its dark brown mane and letting out the occasional whinny. The 17-hand thoroughbred, muscular and spirited,...

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Seeking Settlement

Attorney wants Supes to acknowledge treatment of Carlotta couple was wrong, get house in order

(February 2, 2017) After squaring off against the county of Humboldt in court to defend a Carlotta man's right to die on his own terms, Eureka attorney Allison Jackson is turning to...

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'I Remain Unbroken'

(January 26, 2017) On every journey, there is a point of no return: a moment when you are committed to continue. For me, that moment happened just a few days after the...

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The Largest March in Eureka History

Women and allies rally against Trump administration

(January 26, 2017) Eureka's Old Town was a sea of pink on Saturday afternoon, as thousands of people filled the streets, many wearing the signature pink "pussy ear" knit caps that have become...

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The Darkness of Noon

The uncovered story of Inauguration Day

(January 26, 2017) Dozens of police officers stood in lines blocking off the corner at 12th Street and Massachusetts Avenue in Washington, D.C., gripping their batons and big canisters of pepper spray,...

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Nurses, Stat

With a program shuttered and increasing demand, officials scramble for solutions to Humboldt County's looming nursing crisis

(January 19, 2017) You've probably heard a story about a friend or loved one who went to the emergency room in Humboldt County and had to wait hours to be seen. Or...

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Six Years and Counting

City asks court to take full control of problem properties

(January 19, 2017) While the Queen Anne-style house at 1635 G St. is considered to be one of Eureka's architectural gems, the once opulent two-story structure is now a shadow of its...

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'Profoundly Disturbing'

Dick Magney was preparing to die on his own terms, then the county of Humboldt stepped in

(January 12, 2017) Dick and Judy Magney knew his life was drawing to a close when he was admitted to St. Joseph Hospital in February of 2015. The 73-year-old former truck driver...

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Extraction Alley?

Businesses on Eureka's West Fourth Street might get a shake up

(January 12, 2017) A strange quirk in city zoning could mean an upheaval for business owners on Eureka's West Fourth Street. The city's medical marijuana ordinance, passed in September of 2016, only...

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Recent Comments

  • Re: Last Night at Roy's

    • Excellent story. End of an era.

    • on February 27, 2017
  • Re: Last Night at Roy's

    • This is such a great story. I was born and raised in Eureka. I'm very…

    • on February 24, 2017
  • Re: Fair Fight

    • Yea most entities do not reveal there fleecing of tax dollars. They especially dont want…

    • on February 24, 2017
  • Re: Last Night at Roy's

    • How dare you write such a disparaging review if a restaurant opened in 1919 by…

    • on February 24, 2017
  • Re: Last Night at Roy's

    • How dare you insult a fine restaurant established in 1919 by the Fanucchis and where…

    • on February 24, 2017
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