The Hunt Is On 

More than 200 bring hopes, resumes to Eureka jobs fair

 On a sunny last-gasp-of-summer Friday afternoon at Eureka's bayside Wharfinger Building, job-coveters young and old arrived at the Humboldt Career Fair resumes in hand, hoping the awesome weather might be an omen of similarly bright futures -- with paychecks. Some came dressed…

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