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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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Effort to Remove Bongio from Services District Presidency Fails

(September 27, 2022) A Humboldt Community Services District director's effort to strip fellow Director Alan Bongio of his board presidency due to racist and offensive comments Bongio made at a recent Humboldt County...

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Newsom Signs Abortion Protections into Law

(September 27, 2022) California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a package of 12 bills Tuesday, establishing some of the strongest abortion protections in the nation — a direct reaction to the U.S. Supreme...

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New Schneider Permit Problems Prompt Query Into Planning Staff's Handling of Project

(September 27, 2022) Amid revelations last week that local developer Travis Schneider’s family home is twice the permitted size, it was also discovered that Schneider brought in 10 times the amount of...

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Reparations Task Force: State Could Owe Black Californians Hundreds of Thousands of Dollars

(September 27, 2022) California’s task force on reparations has begun putting dollar figures to potential compensation for the various forms of racial discrimination, generational pain and suffering Black Americans experienced in the...

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‘Mandela’ Bill Would Limit Solitary Confinement in California Prisons and Jails

(September 26, 2022) In solitary confinement, a former California inmate recalled, there were two kinds of people:  One kind would read books in their cells, exercise and do and re-do crossword puzzles....

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NCJ Preview: Burgers, Bareilles, Building Barriers and Bongio

(September 24, 2022) NCJ Burger Week is upon us and we're scanning the menu to see what's flipping around the county. We'll get into the free concert Humboldt native Sara Bareilles is playing...

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NorCal Pet Rescue Fundraiser this Sunday at Bigfoot Taproom

(September 24, 2022) Aww … Bigfoot & Paws, with a name like that, how can you pick any other event to attend this Sunday? Hightail it to the Bigfoot Taproom in McKinleyville...

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A Fine Time for Wine

(September 23, 2022) In the northern part of the county, the Art and Wine Festival is happening Saturday, Sept. 24 from 11 a.m.to 4 p.m. at Fieldbrook Winery (free entry). It, too,...

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Yurok Tribal Leaders Attend Feather Alert Bill Signing

(September 23, 2022) Yurok tribal leaders joined Gov. Gavin Newsom and Assemblymember James C. Ramos at today's signing of the Feather Alert bill, which will allow for the quick dissemination of information...

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