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Walking the Walk: Photos for HSU Graduation

(May 21, 2019) More than 1,800 Humboldt State University students sat through three graduation ceremonies in Redwood Bowl during Saturday's rainy skies. In addition, the campus hosted the Black Heritage Graduation Celebration...

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Reward Offered in Poaching of Roosevelt Elk

(May 21, 2019) The California Department of Fish and Wildlife announced this week a reward of up to $2,500 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of anyone responsible for the...

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Earthquake Strikes Near Pine Hills

(May 21, 2019) A preliminary magnitude-3.8 earthquake struck near the Eureka enclave of Pine Hills this morning, with reports of ground shaking spanning from  Hydesville to McKinleyville, according to USGS. The 10:19...

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Arrest Made in Fatal McKinleyville Hit and Run

(May 20, 2019) A 47-year-old McKinleyville man was killed Saturday morning by a hit-and-run driver who was later arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence, according to a CHP release. The...

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The New Yorker Does Humboldt

(May 20, 2019) Humboldt County just got The New Yorker treatment. The lead story on the magazine’s website today, “How Legalization Changed Humboldt County Marijuana,” takes a deep dive into Humboldt County’s...

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HumBug: School Days

(May 19, 2019) I was recently invited to give a slide show and talk to the second graders at a local school. Everytime I do this, we have fun. This time I...

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Town Hall Focuses on Need for Transitional Housing

(May 19, 2019) Gathered in the Christ Episcopal Church on a windy and wet Saturday afternoon, nearly 40 people talked about homelessness and the need for transitional housing in Humboldt County. Under...

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Brazen Gun Theft Suspect Pleads Guilty, Most Weapons Still Unaccounted for

(May 19, 2019) The Eureka man with an outlaw name who was behind a brazen gun theft at Pacific Outfitters nearly four years ago was recently sentenced to 33 months in prison...

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'Today is Your Day:' Charmaine Lawson Accepts Son's Degree in Emotional Ceremony

(May 18, 2019) Ponchos, umbrellas and rain jackets surrounded Humboldt State University’s Redwood Bowl this morning as graduates celebrated their commencement. Among them, in a full cap, gown and graduation stole, was...

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Town Hall Aims to Bridge 'Empathy Gap' on Transitional Housing

(May 17, 2019) True North Organizing Network will host a town hall meeting tomorrow afternoon on the need for transitional housing locally. The meeting — scheduled from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. at...

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Congressman Jared Huffman Votes to Pass the Equality Act for LGBTQ Americans

(May 17, 2019) With the help of North Coast Congressman Jared Huffman, the U.S. House of Representatives today passed the Equality Act, which aims to extend protections of the 1964 Civil Rights...

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The Pink Lady is Up For Sale

(May 17, 2019) The Pink Lady is up for grabs and for a cool $1.2 million, the Queen Anne Victorian house can be yours. Known for its elegant exterior and blush color,...

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UPDATE: One-Way Traffic in Effect After 299 Slide

(May 17, 2019) UPDATE: One-way traffic is in effect due to the slide. Motorists should expect 30-45 minute delays until 6 p.m. PREVIOUS: A slide has closed State Route 299 between mile...

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Sheriff's Office Seeks Aid in Finding Missing 4 Year Old

(May 16, 2019) The Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help locating in a missing 4-year-old girl who is believed to be with her mother. According to a...

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One Arrest in $1M Trinidad Heist of Jewelry, Gold Bars

(May 15, 2019) The Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office today announced the arrest of one suspect in connection with a $1 million heist at a Trinidad residence last week. Three to four suspects...

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HSU: Gist Hall Still Closed, Test Finds No Asbestos in the Air

(May 15, 2019) Testing by a private lab found no asbestos fibers in the air of Gist Hall, which has been closed for nearly a week after “disturbed material” was discovered during...

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North Coast Night Lights: Perception of Time

(May 15, 2019) Considering how the world is versus our perception of it is interesting. Take this photograph. What do you see in it? Perhaps give yourself a moment and label all...

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Photos from the First Leg of the Redwood Coast Music Fest

(May 14, 2019) The first 36 hours of the four-day 29th annual Redwood Coast Music Festival in Eureka started off under sunny skies this year, thanks to the change in dates from...

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Local Breweries Plan a Beer and Oyster Event on the Same Day as Oyster Fest

(May 13, 2019) Six Rivers Brewery, Mad River Brewing Co. and Tap Room, Redwood Curtain Brewing Co., Lost Coast Brewery and The Booth Brewing Co. are getting together for a local beer...

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Gist Hall Remains Closed, Finals Relocated

(May 13, 2019) Gist Hall at Humboldt State University remains closed today “out of an abundance of caution” after Friday’s discovery of what could be disturbed asbestos and finals have been moved...

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