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St. Joseph Health Hit with Anti-Trust Lawsuit Alleging Unfair Business Practices to Protect 10-fold Price Markeups

(April 22, 2018) The company that owns Redwood Urgent Care has filed a federal lawsuit against St. Joseph Hospital, alleging pervasive and systemic violations of state and federal laws designed to protect...

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Pod People

(April 22, 2018) Welcome To Night Vale, the twice-monthly podcast about a small desert town where weird is the norm, comes to Van Duzer Theatre on Sunday, April 22 at 7 p.m....

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Music Tonight: Sunday, April 22

(April 22, 2018) It's another quiet Sunday here behind the redwood curtain so the bigger shows we have flash through on the weekend from time to time are simply not here at...

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El Leñador Turns 5

(April 21, 2018) Humboldt State University's bilingual student paper El Leñador started out as an insert in The Lumberjack. Some 40 issues later, it's a full-fledged, award-winning paper with rotating editors and...

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Music Tonight: Saturday, April 21

(April 21, 2018) Winnipeg's Mulligrub makes the trek south from the Cree land of muddy water to play its brand of emo pop for you at the Outer Space tonight. Fellow travelers...

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Board of Supervisors Prepares for Auditor Controller Do-Over, Public Defender Appointment

(April 20, 2018) The Humboldt County Board of Supervisors will consider Tuesday appointing Cheryl Dillingham as interim auditor-controller. Again. The board voted unanimously at its April 3 meeting to appoint Dillingham to the...

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Music Tonight: Friday, April 20

(April 20, 2018) It's the closing performance for the 25th season of the Eureka Chamber Music Series tonight at 7 p.m. at Calvary Lutheran Church ($30/$15 for Calvary Lutheran Church members/$10 seniors/$5...

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Arcata to Vet Bringing Back Former FBI Agent in Lawson Investigation, Other Measures

(April 19, 2018) The Arcata City Council directed staff to look at bringing back a retired FBI agent who recently stepped down from the David Josiah Lawson murder investigation or hiring another...

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Music Tonight: Thursday, April 19

(April 19, 2018) It's another vinyl showdown in Old Town tonight at 8 p.m. at The Siren's Song (free). The weekly 33 and a Third rap, funk and hip-hop sock-hop is curated...

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From a Shaky Start to an Uncertain Future

(April 18, 2018) Today marks the 112th anniversary of the Great 1906 San Francisco Earthquake, a magnitude-7.9, which still ranks as one of “the most significant of all time,” according to the...

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Glamping at Campground

(April 18, 2018) Going for woodland chic in Humboldt risks redundancy but the vibe at Campground (865 Ninth St., Arcata), the landlocked cousin of Salt, is a bit more Swedish cabin hotel,...

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Mercer-Fraser Co. Withdraws Controversial Glendale Site Plans

(April 18, 2018) A controversial project that would have created a marijuana extraction plant near the Mad River at Glendale has been withdrawn, John Ford,  director of the County Planning and Building...

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Stolen Succulents Replanted at Stone Lagoon

(April 18, 2018) More than 1,000 succulents pilfered for sale overseas in by what the California Department of Fish and Wildlife described as an “international conspiracy” were returned to nature on Tuesday...

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Meet the Flockers

(April 18, 2018) Godwit Days are here again. The Godwit Days Spring Migration Bird Festival, a week-long festival celebrating Humboldt's favorite shore bird, the marbled Godwit, as well as the abundant and...

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The Kids Are All Right

(April 17, 2018) Humboldt State University film students are at it again. Every year since 1967, they've solicited independent filmmakers from around the world to show them their shorts — those of...

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Music Tonight: Tuesday, April 17

(April 17, 2018) Instrumental funk eight-piece Polyrhythmics plays a fusion of Afrobeat-influenced tightness tonight at Humbrews at 9 p.m. ($15). Paired perfectly with this fusion machine is Ghost Note, an offshoot of...

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Music Tonight: Wednesday, April 18

(April 17, 2018) Stones Throw Records artist and founder of tastemakers the Klipmode Collective, MNDSGN is a tough artist to define. Part hip-hop producer and part composer/brainiac, the Los Angeles-based beat farmer...

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UPDATE: Mother of Slain HSU Student Files Claim Against Arcata, Council Responds

(April 16, 2018) The civil rights attorney for the mother of slain Humboldt State University student David Josiah Lawson has filed a claim seeking at least $500,000 from the city of Arcata,...

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UPDATE: Two Killed in Horrific 101 Crash ID'd

(April 16, 2018) The Humboldt County Coroner’s Office has identified the two women killed in a horrific crash on U.S. 101 in Southern Humboldt on Friday. The driver, Emely Selina Carreno-Arenas, who...

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Retired FBI Agent: Lawson's Murder Can and Should Be Solved

(April 16, 2018) Tom Parker, a retired FBI agent who recently stepped down from assisting the Arcata Police Department’s investigation into David Josiah Lawson’s murder, says he’s convinced the case could be...

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