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HCOE Recommends Schools Remain Closed for the Term

(April 2, 2020) According to a press release, the Humboldt County Office of Education plans to follow the advice of Public Health Officer Teresa Frankovich and the recommendation of Gov. Newsom and advise...

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Public Health Announces County's 28th COVID-19 Case, Releases Limited Demographic Information

(April 1, 2020) Humboldt County Public Health has confirmed another positive case of COVID-19 locally, bringing the total to 28, and released limited demographic information about the infected population. See the full press...

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‘Warm Hearted City' Lends a Hand

(April 1, 2020) A volunteer group in Rio Dell is living up to the riverside hamlet’s motto of “Warm Hearted City” by putting out word that support for residents is available during...

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Property Taxes are Still Coming Due Although Late Waivers May Apply

(April 1, 2020) The second installment of Humboldt County property taxes is still due by April 10 regardless of the COVID-19 shutdown, although officials say late penalties may be waived. The payments...

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Public Health Announces Six New Positive Cases of COVID-19, Bringing the Total to 27

(March 31, 2020) Public Health announced today that it has recorded six new positive COVID-19 cases. Humboldt County's number of COVID-19 cases continued to climb yesterday, as Public Health announced three new...

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Kinetic Grand Championship Goes the Social Distance

(March 31, 2020) Hang your heads, for the Kinetic Grand Championship Race as we know it will not take place this year with an Arcata Plaza kickoff and all its attending fanfare. Instead,...

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Arcata Fire District Will Close One of its Fire Stations April 1

(March 31, 2020) The Arcata Fire District is closing one of the three fire stations in its area of service tomorrow as a result of the voters defeating Measure R, a special...

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Blue Lake Rancheria Delivers Meals to Tribal Elders During COVID-19 Pandemic

(March 31, 2020) The Blue Lake Rancheria Tribe’s Elder Nutrition Program is delivering three weeks' worth of meals to the 70 tribe elders enrolled in the meal program amid the COVID-19 outbreak....

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Public Health Announces Two Community Transmission COVID-19 Cases (VIDEO)

(March 31, 2020) Humboldt County has recorded its first cases of community transmission of the COVID-19 virus, Humboldt County Public Health Officer Teresa Frankovich announced at a virtual town hall meeting moderated...

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New Shelter-in-Place Restrictions Include Ban on Tourist Rentals, Golf Games

(March 30, 2020) Humboldt County Public Health Officer Teresa Frankovich issued new shelter-in-place requirements today, including limits on hotel rooms and short-term rentals, as well as golf course closures and a...

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Humboldt County COVID-19 Cases Now at 21

(March 30, 2020) Public Health announced this evening that it has recorded three new positive COVID-19 cases. Humboldt County's spike in COVID-19 cases continued Saturday, with Public Health announcing four new positive cases....

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Sheriff Declares Local Emergency Amid COVID-19

(March 30, 2020) Sheriff William Honsal today declared a local emergency in response to the coronavirus, a move described as a proactive step to allow the county of Humboldt “to request all...

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Redwood National and State Parks Close Parking Lots, Recommend Virtual Tours

(March 29, 2020) If you've been scanning the list of Redwood State and National Parks to see which ones still have open parking lots, you can stop now. They're all closed, effective immediately....

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HumBug: Bugs in the City

(March 29, 2020) A quick trip to San Francisco a few weeks ago, when that was still possible yielded familiar creatures. At a rest area we saw at least three California tortoise shell...

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COVID-19 Spike Continues with Four New Positive Cases

(March 28, 2020) Humboldt County's spike in COVID-19 cases continued Saturday, with Public Health announcing four new positive cases, bringing the county's tally to 18. Public Health said the source of infection...

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Unemployment Claims hit Record Levels with COVID-19 Shelter Orders (Video)

(March 28, 2020) The number of Californians filing for unemployment benefits eclipsed the state’s highest number on record, dating back to the aftermath of the Great Recession. Experts fear that the worst is...

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HSU Partners with Public Health to Produce COVID-19 Test Kits

(March 28, 2020) Humboldt State University announced it is partnering with Public Health to locally produce desperately needed COVID-19 test kits. According to a university press release, a group of HSU faculty,...

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Betty Kwan Chinn Day Center and the Eureka Rescue Mission Seeking Non-Contact Infrared Thermometers

(March 28, 2020) The Betty Kwan Chinn Day Center and the Eureka Rescue Mission are seeking non-contact infrared thermometers to check clients', volunteers' and workers' temperatures for symptoms of the novel coronavirus...

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Humboldt COVID-19 Cases Climb to 14, with Two Additional Positives Announced Today

(March 27, 2020) Humboldt County Public Health confirmed two additional local COVID-19 cases today, bringing the county's total to 14. Earlier today, Humboldt County Health Officer Teresa Frankovich said two cases confirmed...

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County Announces Virtual Town Hall Meeting on COVID-19 Response

(March 27, 2020) Humboldt County Public Health is urging local residents to participate in a virtual town hall meeting with local officials Monday evening to discuss the local response to the COVID-19 pandemic....

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