Safe Harbor

Safe Harbor

The Harbor District has entered new waters in recent years, but some say it's drifted off course

(October 1, 2015) There's no question Humboldt Bay is one of our most crucial resources. But depending on whom you ask, you'll get a different reason as to why. Maybe it's those...

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Once scattered, stolen and hocked, a native collection returns home

(October 1, 2015) This is the story of a tribe, a man, a garage sale and a collection of artifacts. It's the story of a reunion that almost wasn't. It begins and ends...

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Can Humboldt County Solve Addiction?

Where our resources lift addicts up, and where they let them down

(September 24, 2015) Editor's Note: This is the second in a two-part series looking at addiction on the North Coast. The first installment ("What's Killing Us?" Sept. 10) analyzed the theories of...

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Murky Waters

The cause and effect of the Yurok Tribe's withdrawal from the Klamath Agreements remain unclear

(September 24, 2015) The Yurok Tribe has remained silent since announcing on Sept. 15 that it is withdrawing its support for the historic Klamath Agreements, a hard fought compromise reached five years ago...

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Humboldt Then and Now

(September 17, 2015) The Journal's editorial department has spent a lot of time recently flipping through a quarter-century's worth of news coverage of the people, politics and art of Humboldt County. We...

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Eureka Stinks

But not for long

(September 17, 2015) Ah, summer days in Old Town Eureka. Just a hint of heat from the sun, the bay calmly lapping at the waterfront, the seagulls drifting overhead. And. That. Stench. If...

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What's Killing Us?

It's no secret Humboldt County has a drug and alcohol problem. But what is addiction and what's causing it?

(September 10, 2015) Editor's Note: This is the first in a two-part series looking at addiction on the North Coast. While this story analyzes theories of addiction and its causes, the second...

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Sittin' Down in Old Town

New parks will let you occupy the streets of Eureka

(September 10, 2015) Soon you'll be able to park it right in front of Ramone's in Old Town and enjoy a glass of wine. Not in your car, but in an outdoor...

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Humboldt has one of the highest vehicle fatality rates in the country. Is it the roads or us?

(September 3, 2015) It was Aug. 25, shortly before noon, and Jason Dewayne Fleming, 41, was driving along Lower Pacific Drive, not far from his Shelter Cove home. For reasons that are...

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What Are the Odds?

Remembering what might be the most extraordinary achievement in Humboldt sports history

(September 3, 2015) The feat was so stunning that all Rob Mandell could do was scream. Mandell, a Eureka native with a bad back, had just sunk a 5-foot putt on the 18th...

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The $50 Million Henhouse

With bond money to spend, Eureka City Schools is using controversial and legally questionable contracts. Who's watching?

(August 27, 2015) John Fullerton was skeptical, and not without reason. He'd been serving on the Eureka City Schools Board of Education for about a decade when the subject of getting another...

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in our blogs...

Hero Dog Given (Imitation) Purple Heart

(October 2, 2015) The Eureka Police Department reports that plucky pooch K-9 Vex was presented with a chew toy and a dog-sized purple-heart medal today for his bravery on July 31, when he...

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Fortuna High Grad Reportedly Among Oregon Shooting Victims

(October 2, 2015) One of the victims in Thursday’s mass shooting at Umpqua Community College in Oregon was Jason Johnson, a 33-year-old graduate of Fortuna High School, NBC News is reporting. Officials have...

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DA: No Charges in CHP Shooting of Hoopa Boy Last Year

(October 1, 2015) District Attorney Maggie Fleming has decided that the California Highway Patrol officer who shot 17-year-old Richard Frederick Tis'Mil Estrada in December acted in self defense and announced today that she...

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