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Carl Leroy Spencer: 1952 to 2022

(October 6, 2022) Carl Leroy Spencer was born on July 29, 1952, in Sacramento, California, and sadly passed away on Sept. 19, 2022, in Eureka, California. He was preceded in death by...

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Sample Ballot Contains Error on FUSD Bond

(October 6, 2022) County counsel’s impartial analysis of the Ferndale Unified School District’s proposed school bond in the sample ballot recently sent to voters contains an error on the estimated yearly tax...

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PlanCo Chair Worked at Controversial Project Site, Raising Questions of Bias

(October 5, 2022) Humboldt County Planning Commission Chair Alan Bongio did some concrete work on the construction of local developer Travis Schneider’s family home, which Bongio failed to disclose publicly during two...

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Humboldt Confirms Two More COVID-19 Deaths

(October 5, 2022) Humboldt County Public Health reported today that the county has confirmed two new  COVID-19 deaths, a resident in their 60s and another in their 70s, since its last report...

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Flash Fiction Returneth!

(October 4, 2022) Crack your neck, crack your knuckles, and crack open that laptop or notebook. The Journal’s annual 99-word Flash Fiction Contest is on. Share your original stories of 99 words or...

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Opening Acts for the Sara Bareilles Concert Announced

(October 4, 2022) With the countdown on to Grammy award winner Sara Bareilles’ hometown concert in Halvorsen Park on Oct. 16, the city of Eureka announced today that she has selected two...

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Jay Aubrey Lewis: 1972 to 2022

(October 4, 2022) Jay Aubrey Lewis, born Dec. 3, 1972, in Fort Bragg, California, was a gift from God, a reward from Heaven. (Psalm 127:3) Heaven sent. Born to Michael Jay Lewis...

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Photos: Pastels on the Plaza's Fleeting Beauty

(October 3, 2022) More than a few of the 180-plus pastel-chalk artists participating in this year's Pastels on the Plaza in Arcata started showing up by 7 a.m. under a foggy sky on...

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Notorious Eureka Landlord Floyd Squires Dies

(October 3, 2022) Floyd Squires, who gained a Teflon reputation for his ability to evade decades of legal attempts by the city of Eureka, his tenants and neighbors to hold him responsible...

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NCJ Preview: Women in Policing, Fall Food and More

(October 1, 2022) This week we've got a profile of Cpl. Crystal Landry of the Rio Dell Police Department and the recruitment effort to get more women in local policing. And since it's...

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Pamela Walsh Olson: 1946 to 2022

(October 1, 2022) We are sad to announce the death of Pamela Walsh Olson who passed away at home in Eureka on Sunday, Sept. 25 after a short battle with cancer. Pam was...

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PlanCo to Consider Formal Letter of Apology to Wiyot Area Tribes

(September 30, 2022) The Humboldt County Planning Commission will consider Thursday sending a letter of apology to three Wiyot area tribes after Commission Chair Alan Bongio’s comments during its Aug. 18 meeting,...

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Fact Checking Ads for California’s Sports Betting Propositions

(September 30, 2022) Odds are, one of the many ads for legalizing sports betting has snagged your attention, given their ubiquity on TV, websites and billboards across California. You’d be forgiven, though, for...

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Teen Arrested After Threat Locks Down Fortuna High

(September 30, 2022) A 13 year old was taken into custody on suspicion of making criminal threats for allegedly sending a skull emoji with the message, “Gonna light up the school at 12:10,”...

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Campus Advocates Provide Key Support to Sexual Assault Survivors — but 'Superheroes' are in Short Supply

(September 29, 2022) When Laura Swartzen saw the email from Sacramento State University’s Title IX office, it felt like her heart skipped a beat.  Swartzen, the Sac State confidential campus advocate, had...

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Public Health Reports HumCo's 158th COVID Death

(September 28, 2022) Humboldt County Public Health reported today that the county has confirmed another COVID-19 death, a resident in their 70s, since its last report Sept. 21. Three new hospitalizations were...

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Yurok Tribe, State Parks Pen Historic Agreement for Cultural Access

(September 28, 2022) The Yurok Tribe and California State Parks signed an historic agreement today that removes barriers to allow tribal members to engage in traditional cultural practices, including the gathering of...

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NCJ Burger Week Ends Sunday!

(September 28, 2022) These unique burger specials will be gone in a flash! NCJ Burger Week ends Sunday, Oct. 2. Grab one while you still can at restaurants from Trinidad to Redway....

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Governor Signs Contentious Nursing Home Licensing Bill that Splintered Advocates

(September 28, 2022) A controversial bill aimed at fixing aspects of California’s broken nursing home licensing system was signed Tuesday by Gov. Gavin Newsom, who faced dueling pressure from advocates who typically...

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Four in a Row: California Drought Likely to Continue

(September 28, 2022) As California’s 2022 water year ends this week, the parched state is bracing for another dry year — its fourth in a row. So far, in California’s recorded history,...

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