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Music Tonight: Wednesday, May 29

(May 29, 2024) Chris Pureka is a singer-songwriter from Portland whose music is layered in certain country essentials (lap steel, acoustic guitar, shuffling rhythms) that offset the folkier aspects of their general approach...

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UPDATE: Pedestrian Killed in Last Week's Crash ID'd

(May 28, 2024) UPDATE: The Humboldt County Corner's Office has identified the 66-year-old pedestrian killed May 22 as Eureka resident David Sprague, according to a news release from the Eureka Police Department. The multi-car...

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Judge Kreis 'Censured and Barred' in Agreement to Close Ethics Case

(May 28, 2024) Former Humboldt County Superior Court Judge Greg Kreis has resolved the ethics complaint lodged against him by the Commission on Judicial Performance, admitting to 17 charges that he violated...

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Music Tonight: Tuesday, May 28

(May 28, 2024) I’ve been hearing talk about a new “coming weekly” thing, which, by the time you read this, will have already kicked the bugs out of its inauguration and will be...

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Music Tonight: Monday, May 27

(May 27, 2024) Oakland’s Sugar Candy Mountain trades in all things vintage and psychedelic, from the soul sounds of Shuggie Otis to early Krautrock and Brazilian tropicalia, with the well- tempered musical clutch...

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Music Tonight: Sunday, May 26

(May 26, 2024) Hawaiian slack-key guitarist, wide-range singer and multi-instrumentalist Led Kaapana returns to our county to share the sounds he has made famous for most of his 75 years on the planet....

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Music, Law Enforcement and Linguiça

(May 25, 2024) This week we've got a feel-good story about how a groundbreaking Fortuna woman's life was changed by music and the legacy she left to Fortuna High School. We're also looking...

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Music Tonight: Saturday, May 25

(May 25, 2024) It’s Kinetic kick-off day, and there are a lot of officially sanctioned diversions and pleasures to be found from now until Monday, which I will leave to the side for...

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Music Tonight: Friday, May 24

(May 24, 2024) There are two separate local indie rock band shows tonight that are worth your time, only one of which you can choose due to both occurring at 9 p.m., and...

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Glory Days are Here Again

(May 24, 2024) Summer’s unofficial kick-off starts this weekend with everyone’s favorite art-in-motion jaunt through the streets, dunes and waters of Humboldt County. Slather on the sunscreen and get ready to follow...

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Last Call for Soup at Japhy's

(May 23, 2024) Tera Mar and Kate Manley showed up at 10 a.m. to stake out the first spot in line for a last meal from Japhy's Soup and Noodles today. The restaurant...

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Music Tonight: Thursday, May 23

(May 23, 2024) It’s the warm-up to one of the most cherished long weekends of the year, and depending on your personal calendar, this evening might even be considered a tailgating countdown...

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Cal Poly Readying to Turn Protest Police Reports Over to DA

(May 21, 2024) Cal Poly Humboldt’s University Police Department is wrapping up its criminal investigation into the week-long occupation of Siemens Hall by pro-Palestine demonstrators and associated vandalism, and expects to turn...

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Glenda Miller: 1930-2024

July 9, 1930 to April 4, 2024

(May 19, 2024) Glenda Miller passed away April 4 at the age of 93. She was a woman of faith and while we are so saddened by her passing, we take comfort...

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Music Tonight: Sunday, May 19

(May 19, 2024) Australia has a way of cutting out all the bullshit from American culture and leaving in all the greasy and gory fun bits. There are many examples of its righteous...

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Beverly "Kay" Barnard Enos: 1946-2024

(May 19, 2024) Beverly "Kay" Barnard Enos passed away Friday, April 5, at 78 years old. She passed away peacefully in her home surrounded by her loving partner and granddaughters. Kay (as...

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Michael Joseph Allison: 1948-2024

(May 19, 2024) Michael Joseph Allison passed away suddenly after a long illness at his home in Trinidad, California, surrounded by his loving wife and two beloved dogs, Puffin and Elliot, on...

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CPH's Johnson Speaks, SoHum Eats and Card Sharks

(May 18, 2024) This week, the Journal sat down with Cal Poly Humboldt's Chief of Staff Mark Johnson to talk protests and closing campus. We've also got the rundown of what to eat...

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Michele (Feldman) Baughman: 1937-2024

May 12th, 1937- April 1st, 2024

(May 18, 2024) On Monday, April 1, at 7:42 pm, Michele (Feldman) Baughman died peacefully at home surrounded by her dearest friends. She was preceded in death by her parents, Mr. and...

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Cal Poly Humboldt Protester Featured on New York Times Podcast

(May 17, 2024) A Cal Poly Humboldt student was among three people interviewed on today’s edition of the New York Times podcast The Daily, which discusses the pro-Palestinian demonstrations that have gripped...

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