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Step Right Up! HumCo Fair Kicks Off Today

(August 18, 2022) Hot jumbo corn dog! The 126th annual Humboldt County Fair’s 10-day run of old-fashioned community fun starts today. From Thursday, Aug. 18 to Sunday, Aug. 28 (closed Monday, Aug....

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Red Flag Warning: Increased Risk of Fire Starts

(August 17, 2022) A swath of interior Humboldt County, and surrounding counties, is under a red flag warning today from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m., the Eureka office of the National Weather...

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Back to School: California Republicans Bet Big on Local Board Races

(August 17, 2022) When California Republicans gathered in Anaheim this spring, attention focused on candidate speeches and endorsement battles as the party tries to win its first statewide race since 2006.  But a...

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Meet the New Condor Cohort: Introducing A4, A5, A6 and A7

(August 16, 2022) Mentor bird No. 746 is no longer alone in the enclosure at the management and release facility in Redwood National Park with a new group of young birds arriving...

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Flooding Raises New Concerns for Spring Chinook

(August 16, 2022) Nearly 300 wild spring Chinook salmon made the 85-mile trip to cool mountain waters for spawning this year, up from a mere 90 last year. While still far below,...

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Suspense File: Which Bills did California Lawmakers Kill?

(August 15, 2022) On most days, California lawmakers deliberate, debate and decide bills out in public for every Californian to see. Aug. 11 was not one of those days. In simultaneous marathon...

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New Cohort of Condors Set to Arrive in Humboldt

(August 14, 2022) Another cohort of four California condors is scheduled to arrive Aug. 16 in a Yurok Tribe-led effort to bring back the endangered bird they know as prey-go-neesh to reestablish...

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NCJ Preview: Murals, Fire, Fish and Gyros

(August 13, 2022) This week we're craning our necks to look up at all the murals from the Eureka Street Art Festival. We'll talk about how the festival's artists ended up paining the...

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Humboldt’s First Obon Festival this Sunday

(August 13, 2022) Humboldt Asians & Pacific Islanders in Solidarity (HAPI) present Humboldt’s first Obon Festival, Sunday, Aug. 14, from 4 to 8 p.m. in front of Arcata Playhouse. Obon is a...

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Safety Issues Prompt Closure for Part of Harris Street in Eureka

(August 12, 2022) At the request of CalFire, following issues with speeding cars and a "near-miss" incident in which a firefighter was almost struck by a vehicle, Harris Street between Hubbard Land and...

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Initial Candidate Filing Period Drawing to a Close

(August 12, 2022) The door is closing for candidates interested in entering a slew of local races in the upcoming November election, with dozens of seats on the boards of special districts...

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Public Health Set to Vaccinate Those at High Risk from Monkeypox

(August 12, 2022) Humboldt County Public Health will soon begin vaccinating people at high risk of contracting the monkeypox virus, the county announced today. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has identified...

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UPDATE: New Evacuation Zone, Hazardous to Unhealthy Air Near Six Rivers Complex as Fire Continues to Grow

(August 12, 2022) UPDATE: The Humboldt County Office of Emergency Services has announced a new Evacuation Order due to the Six Rivers Lightning Complex fire in the HUM-E063-B zone south of...

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Vaden Earl Jantz Jr. : 1950-2022

(August 12, 2022) Vaden Earl Jantz Jr. was born in Arcata on August 11, 1950, where he enjoyed a happy childhood with his three brothers and sister. But even as a child...

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On the Waggin' at Woofstock

(August 12, 2022) It’s the biggest dog day of summer! Sequoia Humane Society’s annual Woofstock Festival takes over Halverson Park , Saturday, Aug. 13, from noon to 6 p.m. ($5, $10 family of...

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Six Rivers Lightning Complex: Where to Get Help and How to Help the Helpers

(August 11, 2022) UPDATE: The free food distribution scheduled for tomorrow by Food for People in collaboration with Pay it Forward Humboldt and the American Red Cross has been moved to Dream...

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Martinis by the Bay Tonight!

(August 11, 2022) Shaken, stirred, dirty, neat. To twist or not? However you like yours, Martinis by the Bay has got a cocktail for you ($50 for a quintet of tastes). Join members...

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Six Rivers National Forest Implements Emergency Closure Due to Wildfire

(August 11, 2022) The U.S. Forest Service announced yesterday that it is closing all roads, trails and land on in the Six Rivers National Forest Lower Trinity Ranger District immediately and indefinitely...

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Six Rivers Fire at Nearly 11k Acres: New Evacuation Warning Issued, Fire Personnel More than Doubled

(August 10, 2022) The Six Rivers Lightning Complex Fire threatening communities along the Trinity River is now just under 11,000 acres and remains at 0 percent containment, according to today’s update. The complex,...

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California Monkeypox Response is Bumpy, but Builds on Some Lessons from COVID

(August 10, 2022) Hundreds waiting hours for a monkeypox vaccine only to be turned away. Residents taking to social media to detail struggles getting diagnosed and treated. State and local leaders demanding...

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