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California Commits $500 Million More to Student Housing: 'A Drop in the Bucket'

(September 17, 2021) Free tuition is great, and California excels at that compared to the rest of the country. But with rents sky high, affordable housing has become the chief expense for...

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Eureka Condemns 'Hazardous' Motel

(September 16, 2021) The city of Eureka condemned The Royal Inn, a motel on the 1100 block of Fifth Street, today after finding during an inspection yesterday that conditions there "posed a significant...

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Eureka Resident, 35, Identified as Man Fatally Shot Last Week by CHP

(September 16, 2021) The Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office today identified the man fatally shot on Mad River Road as 35-year-old Eureka resident Charles David Chivrell, who died after being struck by a...

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HumCo Records 83rd COVID-19 Death, 37 New Cases

(September 16, 2021) An 83rd Humboldt County resident has died of COVID-19, Public Health reported this afternoon, while also confirming 37 new cases and two new hospitalizations. After a state data glitch...

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North Coast Journal Inc. Purchases Ferndale Enterprise

(September 16, 2021) The North Coast Journal Inc. has purchased The Ferndale Enterprise, keeping the 143-year-old weekly newspaper in local hands, and will take over publishing the paper next month. Caroline Titus,...

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Full Speed Ahead on Overhauling California Recalls

(September 16, 2021) With the wreckage of the failed recall attempt against Gov. Gavin Newsom still smoldering, California Democrats have reached a new consensus: They really don’t want to do that again....

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Public Health Confirms 90 New COVID-19 Cases, Four New Hospitalizations

(September 15, 2021) After a state data glitch derailed yesterday's COVID-19 case count, Humboldt County Public Health reported today that it has confirmed 90 new cases of the virus since Monday —...

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Nick Frank: 1943-2021

(September 15, 2021) Nicholas Andrew Frank was born in Yokohama, Japan in 1943.  With his parents Lou and Irene and his sister Katherine, Nick survived near starvation in Karuizawa during WWII. On...

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The California Recall: The 2022 Campaign Starts Now

(September 15, 2021) Gov. Gavin Newsom is poised to keep his job after months spent lambasting the recall as a Republican power grab; feverishly fundraising, wooing likely supporters and wrangling fractious progressive...

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Live California Recall Election Results

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System Glitch Derails COVID Case Count, Public Health Reports No New Hospitalizations, Deaths

(September 14, 2021) A "data transmission failure" between two state computer systems derailed the local COVID-19 case count today, leaving Humboldt County Public Health "unable to confirm additional positive case reports." Public...

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Del Norte Sheriff Release Video of Fatal Police Shooting

(September 14, 2021) The Del Norte County Sheriff’s Office has released body-worn camera footage that shows police officers fatally shooting Robert Anderson on Aug. 25 after he lunged at an officer with...

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UPDATE: Firefighter Memorial on Clarke Plaza Restored

(September 14, 2021) UPDATE: The Fallen Firefighters Memorial statue on Clarke Plaza in Eureka has been restored to its original state with the help of the city of Eureka, Advanced Security Systems...

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Decision Time: Three Ways the California Recall Election Could Go

(September 14, 2021) For nearly 25 years, Gov. Gavin Newsom rose the ranks of California politics without ever losing an election, buoyed by connections to powerful San Francisco Democrats and a willingness...

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EPD Texting Investigation Nears Conclusion

(September 14, 2021) Nearly six months after it began, an outside investigation into misogynistic, dehumanizing, vulgar and violent text messages shared between a unit of Eureka Police Department officers appears to be...

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Public Health Confirms Another COVID Death, 171 New Cases

(September 13, 2021) Public Health reported this afternoon that another Humboldt County resident has died of COVID-19, while also confirming 171 new cases of the virus and two new hospitalizations since Friday....

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Polling error: How One Survey Changed the Newsom Recall Campaign

(September 13, 2021) The panic started to set in for California Democrats in the last week of July. First, there was a UC Berkeley Institute of Governmental Studies poll on July 27,...

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Knob Fire 100 Percent Contained as Hopkins Fire Takes a Toll in Mendocino (with Video)

(September 13, 2021) The Knob Fire, which broke out near Willow Creek, is officially 100 percent contained with all evacuation orders and warnings lifted over the weekend as others in the region...

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Sheriff's Office Launches Death Investigation After Body Found Near Blue Lake

(September 12, 2021) The Humboldt County Sheriff's Office has launched a death investigation after man was found dead yesterday near Hatchery Road in blue Lake under "suspicious" circumstances. According to a press release,...

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NCJ Preview: The 1935 Timber Strike and One Last Taste of Summer

(September 11, 2021) We're looking back at Humboldt mill workers' fight for higher wages against the timber barons amid the Great Depression. It's a wild tale of picket lines, tear gas, violence police...

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