The Deep End 

A new nonprofit wants to build a $25 million swimming pool facility on Eureka's waterfront

Mission: Raise $25 million in the next year in order to build an indoor fitness complex on the Eureka waterfront, complete with an Olympic-sized pool and a gymnasium. Last week the Eureka City Council granted the aptly-titled Mission: Swimpossible nonprofit one…

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