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NCJ Preview: Trouble on the River, COVID Update and Frybread Joy

(May 8, 2021) This week we're talking about the battle over water on the Klamath, and what it means for farmers, fisheries and Native communities. We've also got updates on Humboldt's COVID case...

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Fortuna-Based Pediatrician Receives $5.1 Million for Youth Mental Health Crisis Residential Facility

(May 7, 2021) With the help of the Humboldt County Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) Children's Behavioral Health Division, Fortuna-based pediatrician Evan Buxbaum received a $5.1 million grant from the...

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Humboldt Sees 20 New COVID-19 Cases Confirmed Today

(May 7, 2021) Humboldt County Public Health confirmed 20 new COVID-19 cases today, making 86 so far this week, and no new hospitalizations. According to a state database, 11 people are currently...

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Health Officials Urge COVID-19 Testing Amid Case Surge as More Options Opened

(May 7, 2021) Humboldt health officials are urging residents to get tested for COVID-19 amid a recent surge in cases that appears to be tied to the B.1.1.7 variant, which is 50 percent...

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Yurok Connect Launches Internet Benefit Program

(May 7, 2021) The Yurok Reservation's internet service provider Yurok Connect has launched an Emergency Broadband Benefit program that will provide free digital devices and a monthly service discount to eligible customers....

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Mother's Day Market at HC Fairgrounds

(May 7, 2021) Waited until the last minute to get Mom something this year? Fear not, you have plenty of options and all in one stop at the Mother's Day Market, happening Saturday,...

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Weekend Fun in Arcata

(May 7, 2021) Arcata Main Street knows you’re ready for fun and they are serving it up. Legs, tails, whatever you’ve got, walk or flip ’em down to the Arcata Plaza for...

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Condo of Condors Making Themselves at Home, Causing Quite a Scene

(May 6, 2021) With the countdown on to the first California condors making their way back to the wilds of Humboldt County in a century, a group of the endangered birds —...

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Public Health Confirms 13 New COVID-19 Cases

(May 6, 2021) Humboldt County Public Health confirmed 13 new COVID-19 cases today, making 66 so far this week, and no new hospitalizations. According to a state database, 12 people are currently...

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Two New Public Art Projects to be Installed in Creamery District

(May 6, 2021) See what students from Fieldbrook Elementary and Redwood Coast Montessori have been working on this past year at Art and the Environment: Keeping the Giant Jolly, the unveiling of...

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Public Health Officials Talk Vaccinations and Looking Forward

(May 5, 2021) A panel of Humboldt County Public Health officials updated local media on the ongoing COVID-19 response and vaccination efforts in a press conference this morning. Today’s press conference panel...

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Man Found Guilty in Skateboard Attack Death of Good Samaritan

(May 5, 2021) A Humboldt County jury today found a man guilty of involuntary manslaughter in the death of Bernhard “Ben” Bertain, who died on Christmas in 2018, three days after interceding in...

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Public Health Confirms 9 New COVID-19 Cases, 3 New Hospitalizations

(May 5, 2021) Humboldt County Public Health confirmed nine new COVID-19 cases today, making 53 so far this week, as well as three new hospitalizations. According to a state database, 13 people...

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Humboldt Company Fined $2M for Clean Water Act Violations

(May 5, 2021) A U.S. District Court judge this week ordered a Humboldt County company to pay just more than $2 million in civil penalties for discharging pollutants into Hall Creek, a tributary...

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County Records 39th COVID-19 Death, Confirms 11 New Cases

(May 4, 2021) Public Health confirmed Humboldt County's 39th COVID-related death today, along with 11 new cases, making 44 so far this week amid an ongoing surge. Addressing the Humboldt County Board...

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Rio Dell COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic This Week

(May 4, 2021) A free COVID-19 clinic offering the Johnson & Johnson one-shot vaccine is taking place Thursday from 10a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Fire Hall in Rio Dell. Because of the...

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HSU Investigating Another Hazing Incident in Men's and Women's Rugby Team

(May 4, 2021) Just a week after Humboldt State University reported it is investigating an alleged hazing incident involving the softball team, the university is investigating another alleged hazing incident and possible violations...

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South G Kitchen's Gastropub Fare on Wheels

(May 4, 2021) After a soft opening April 29, Danny Emmenecker's fledgling food truck South G Kitchen has settled into the spot behind the Arcata Redwood Curtain Brewery (550 S. G St.,...

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David Keith Nicholson: 1954-2021

(May 4, 2021) David Keith Nicholson was born on April 5, 1954, at the old Scotia Hospital. He died on April 24, 2021, at the age of 67 from complications of multiple myeloma...

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Seascape Restaurant to Reopen

(May 3, 2021) The Seascape Restaurant is scheduled to reopen tomorrow after closing down last month month due to a COVID-19 positive individual who was infected as part of an outbreak connected...

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