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Arcata Council Strips Defiant Watson of Assignments, Limits Access to Staff

(May 17, 2022) After hearing nearly two dozen residents plead with Councilmember Brett Watson to resign in the wake of a scathing investigative report that he abused his power and harassed a...

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Cal Poly Humboldt Honors Betty Kwan Chinn During Commencement

(May 16, 2022) Betty Kwan Chinn became the first person in Cal Poly Humboldt's fresh history — and just the 13th in the campus' 109-year history — to receive an honorary doctorate degree...

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Artist, Poet, Activist and Karuk Ceremonial Singer Brian Tripp has Died

(May 16, 2022) After a long and painful battle with illness, 77-year-old Brian D. Tripp, born in Eureka and raised in Klamath, died May 13. A nationally renowned artist whose work echoed traditional...

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David Spreen: 1951-2021

(May 15, 2022) On Nov. 23, 2021 David Spreen passed away peacefully at home. Dave was a master mathematician and Nov. 23 is Fibonacci day, so it is a fitting day for...

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Jennifer Marie Shiro Ayo: 1976-2022

(May 15, 2022) Jen (Shiro) is the beloved mother of Ezekeal Zion Ayo (23), Keani Pele Young (16) and Machete Luke Young (15). She was an artist, a dancer, a generous friend...

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Fortuna High Teacher Charged with Four Felonies in Molestation Case

(May 14, 2022) The Humboldt County District Attorney’s Office has filed an eight-count criminal complaint against Fortuna Union High School teacher Gary Landergen, charging him with four felonies and four misdemeanors based...

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NCJ Preview: Summer Camps, Brett Watson and Genius Rice

(May 14, 2022) The Journal's annual Summer of Fun issue is here with a rundown of classes, camps and workshops to entertain the kids when school is out. Everything from surfing to stage...

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Arcata Council to Consider Restraining Order, Censure of Watson

(May 13, 2022) The Arcata City Council has scheduled a special May 17 meeting to discuss possible courses of actions, including a recommendation that the city obtain a workplace violence restraining order,...

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'Earth on Top' Initiative Qualifies for Arcata Ballot

(May 13, 2022) An initiative aiming to direct the city of Arcata to fly the Earth flag atop all city-owned flagpoles — above the American and California flags — has qualified for...

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Photos: Celebrating Charlie Moon, Chinatown and the Year of the Tiger

(May 10, 2022) The rain held off Saturday afternoon as a grateful crowd gathered by Dave Kim's mural "Fowl" on E Street between Fourth and Fifth streets for a ribbon cutting ceremony for...

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NCJ Preview: The Search for Emmi and the Relief of Rage Runs

(May 7, 2022) May 5 was a day of awareness for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls and 2 Spirit People. For contributor Cutcha Risling Baldy, it's personal, as her cousin Emmilee Risling...

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Bruce Miller: 1943-2022

(May 7, 2022) Bruce Miller, born July 10, 1943, in Missoula, Montana, was a man with a lot of passion and strength. He fought off two bouts of cancer – 2004 (throat),...

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Voter Guide Contains Error on Arcata City Council Race

(May 6, 2022) Heads up, Arcata voters. There is an error in the Voter Information Guide instructions for the single Arcata City Council seat up for grabs on the June ballot. Instead...

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California Democrats Lean into Abortion Rights as ‘Defining Issue’

(May 6, 2022) When a draft Supreme Court ruling that would overturn the constitutional right to abortion leaked Monday night, Democratic leaders in California reacted swiftly with shock, grief and fury. It...

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HumCo Public Health Reports Another COVID Death

(May 4, 2022) Humboldt County Public Health reported today that the county has confirmed another COVID-19 deaths since its last report April 27, a resident in their 60s. Four new hospitalizations were...

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Rally for Reproductive Rights in Eureka

(May 4, 2022) A group of about 50 demonstrators gathered at a rally for reproductive rights in front of the Humboldt County Courthouse Tuesday night after a leaked draft U.S. Supreme Court...

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Condors Return to the North Coast's Skies (with Video)

(May 3, 2022) Just around 10:30 a.m. today, two young California condors made their first venture into the wild and the Northern California Condor Restoration Program took flight, bringing the bird known...

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Yurok Tribal Chair to Address Legislature on MMIWG Epidemic

(May 3, 2022) With the National Day of Awareness for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Persons approaching Thursday, a Jeans for Justice event was held Friday in Hoopa, kicking off a week of...

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Local Candidate Forums Set

(May 3, 2022) Election Day is just five weeks away, with much at stake on the local ballot, with countywide races for district attorney, superior court judge, auditor-controller and clerk/recorder, as well as...

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First Condor Release Set for Tomorrow

(May 2, 2022) Two California condors are slated to be released into Redwood National and State Parks tomorrow, becoming the first to soar over the North Coast in more than a century....

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