• David Wilson
  • H Street and the historic Arcata Minor Theatre in the moonlight beneath the Milky Way on the night of Oct. 9.
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  • Oct 17-23, 2019
  • Vol. 30, No. 42

Humboldt County emerges from 28 hours of darkness to confront an uncomfortable reality.

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  • A Dark Day in Humboldt

    With the PG&E Public Safety Power Shutdown behind Humboldt County — at least for the time being —the Journal asked readers to share their experiences during those hours when the region went dark. Here is a sampling of their responses.
  • 'A Brady Cop'
  • 'A Brady Cop'

    Tensions escalate between Willits police chief and district attorney over hiring of EPD officer
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