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Time to Start Looking for Otter Sculptures!

(June 22, 2021) The long-awaited North Coast Otters Public Art Initiative's treasure hunt of 108 otter sculptures painted by local artists spread throughout five North Coast counties has finally begun and will continue...

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Nita Cannady

(June 22, 2021) It is with deep sadness we share with our community that on June 15, Nita Cannady’s soul left this earth. If you knew her, you knew how loving and...

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John E. Walker: 1948-2021

(June 22, 2021) John E. Walker was born on June 28, 1948. He was the smallest baby in the Walker family. He attended Trinidad School Kindergarten-eighth. He was the first class at McKinleyville...

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Missing Eureka Woman Found Dead

(June 22, 2021) A Eureka woman who was reported missing in May was found dead yesterday morning by maintenance workers who were clearing heavy brush off of Fairway Drive, according to the...

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39 COVID Cases Since Thursday, Six Hospitalizations

(June 21, 2021) Public Health today reported 39 new COVID-19 cases have been confirmed since Thursday and six more people have been hospitalized, including two people in their 50s, one in their...

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Three Ways to the Freeway

(June 21, 2021) As Andrew Allanson belted the first home run of the game out over the left field wall and onto the freeway, fans jumped to their feet and cheered all...

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Klamath Spring Chinook Receive New State Protections

(June 20, 2021) A decades-long effort to protect spring Chinook took a major step forward last week when the California Fish and Game Commission unanimously approved listing the fish as threatened under...

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NCJ Preview: Celebrating Brian Tripp, Reopening and Westhaven Arts

(June 19, 2021) This week, we're looking at the ceremony held at Sumeg Village honoring artist, Karuk elder and singer. It was a chance for friends, community members and family to express their...

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Redwood Curtain Revisits Good People This Sunday

(June 19, 2021) Redwood Curtain Theatre continues its live Zoom performances of prior plays with one of its best reviewed and most memorable productions, David Lindsay-Abaire’s Good People, this Sunday, June 20 at...

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UPDATE: Eureka Police Reports 'Situation Clear" on Broadway After Suspicious Device Investigation

(June 18, 2021) UPDATE: The Eureka Police Department reports, "situation is clear and roadway is back open." PREVIOUS: The Eureka Police Department is asking people to avoid the area of Broadway and...

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Celebrate Juneteenth this Saturday

(June 18, 2021) Celebrate Juneteenth, the anniversary of the announcement of end of slavery in America back in 1865, with Black Humboldt and the Eureka chapter of the NAACP on Saturday, June...

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Summer Arts Faire This Weekend at the Mateel

(June 18, 2021) The Mateel Community Center presents the 44th Summer Arts Faire Saturday and Sunday, June 19 and 20 with indoor and outdoor stages packed with music to make up for all...

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County Offices Closed Friday in Observance of Juneteenth

(June 17, 2021) Most county offices will be closed Friday in observance of Juneteenth, which was established as a federal holiday this week to mark the day in 1865 when enslaved people in...

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13 New COVID Cases Confirmed, 1 New Hospitalization

(June 17, 2021) Public Health today reported 13 new COVID-19 cases and one additional hospitalization, a person in their 40s who had not been vaccinated.  In the last week, two local residents,...

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Historic Klamath Dam Removal Project Takes Another Step Forward

(June 17, 2021) The Federal Energy Regulatory Committee today paved the way for the four dams clogging the Klamath River to be taken down, approving a transfer of the hydroelectric license from...

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Help the Humboldt Crabs Strike Out COVID-19

(June 17, 2021) The Humboldt Crabs are making it easier to get back into the swing of things by offering two COVID-19 vaccination clinics this summer. The first one is this Saturday, June...

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Folie Douce to Become The Kitchen Arcata

(June 17, 2021) Last week, a joyful Chris Hollen announced the sale of her restaurant Folie Douce to Jacob Masslich, who'll be spending the summer transforming it into The Kitchen Arcata. Hollen says she's...

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Music, Music, Everywhere!

(June 17, 2021) This week, COVID-19 restrictions are lifting and so are our spirits. As if meeting the moment, the hills, gardens, bars and parks are alive with the sound of music. Every...

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County Marks Second COVID-19 Death in Two Days

(June 16, 2021) Public Health today reported the county's second COVID-19 death in as many days and the confirmation of nine new cases of the virus. No additional hospitalizations were reported. The...

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Is California Still Facing an Eviction Tsunami When the Moratorium Ends?

(June 16, 2021) California’s eviction moratorium is coming to an end June 30. Since the earliest days of the pandemic, housing analysts have worried about a tsunami of evictions whenever the state...

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