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Eureka Street Art Festival Goes Large(r)

(April 22, 2021) The Eureka Street Art Festival is back Aug. 7-14 for round four of beautifying the city with large, colorful murals and other vibrant art. The annual event, whose mission is...

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Surplus COVID-19 Doses Journey to the Bay Area as Local Interest Wanes

(April 21, 2021) When the San Francisco Public Health Department put out a desperate plea for any surplus COVID-19 vaccines last week, Humboldt County — which has been having trouble filing available...

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HumCo's First Cannabis Consumption Lounge to Open Next Month

(April 21, 2021) The south end of Eureka is now home to a Humboldt County first: a legal cannabis consumption lounge where you can smoke, eat, and socialize to your heart’s content....

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As Vax Uptake 'Dwindles,' Public Health Confirms Largest Daily Case Count in Months

(April 21, 2021) Humboldt County Public Health confirmed 28 new COVID-19 cases today — the largest single-day tally since Feb. 11 — while sounding the alarm that vaccine uptake has "dropped significantly."...

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Humboldt County Fair Announces Dates, Fundraiser for the Ponies

(April 21, 2021) The Humboldt County Fair announced today plans (if all goes well) to hold the event from Aug. 18 to Aug. 29 with the theme "A Country Fair with a...

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Yurok, Karuk Tribes Join Coalition to Ask for Federal Aid Due to Extreme Drought Predictions

(April 21, 2021) The Yurok and Karuk Tribes, along with the Klamath Tribes of Oregon, have united with Klamath Basin conservationists and commercial fishermen to jointly sign a letter asking the Biden...

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UPDATE: Woman Arrested on Suspicion of Attempted Murder, One of the Boys Stabbed Flown Out of the Area

(April 21, 2021) UPDATE: One of the two boys stabbed today has been flown out of the area for treatment and the 29-year-old woman suspected of inflicting the injuries has been arrested...

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Frontier Communications Corp. to Pay Yurok Tribe $500K, Invest Millions in Internet Infrastructure

(April 20, 2021) The Yurok Tribe is a few steps closer to completing its mission to bring fast-speed internet to the reservation after the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) approved a settlement requiring...

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Public Health Confirms 10 New COVID-19 Cases, Reports Daily Walk-in Vaccine Clinics

(April 20, 2021) Humboldt County Public Health confirmed 10 new COVID-19 cases and a new hospitalization today — making 44 so far this week — while also reporting thousands of vaccination doses...

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'People and Planet Before Profit:' Post-Capitalism Conference Set to Kick Off

(April 20, 2021) Can you imagine a world after capitalism? David Cobb can, and he wants you to join him. “We need a system that puts people and planet before profit,” Cobb says...

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5 Things to Know About Federal Drought Aid in California

(April 20, 2021) Stop if you’ve heard this before: California is in the grip of a severe drought. Again.  Now the federal government is stepping in to help.  To assist California, which...

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HumCo Records 38th COVID Death, 34 New Cases

(April 19, 2021) A 38th Humboldt County resident has died with COVID-19, Public Health reported today, while also reporting 34 new cases of the virus have been confirmed since Friday. The cases...

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UPDATE: Fires in Bald Hills Area Contained but Large Amounts of Forest Fuel Still Burning

(April 19, 2021) UPDATE: Two fires burning in the Bald Hills area have been contained, according to CalFire, with “significant work ahead to extinguish burning of large amounts of forest fuel material.”...

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Man Fatally Stabbed in Arcata Identified

(April 19, 2021) The Arcata Police Department identified the man fatally stabbed during an early morning fight Sunday as Eureka resident Luis Enrique Pinel Zelaya. The 29 year old was killed during an...

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Charmaine Lawson Calls on Witnesses to 'Do the Right Thing'

(April 18, 2021) Standing before about 150 people who turned out to support her on Saturday to mark the fourth anniversary of her son’s killing, Charmaine Lawson delivered a simple plea. “To...

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Man Fatally Stabbed in Chaotic Arcata Fight

(April 18, 2021) Arcata police are investigating a fatal stabbing that occurred at about 1:20 this morning. Arcata Police Chief Brian Ahearn said the incident began outside the Arcata Theater Lounge on G...

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Humboldt International Film Festival, April 19-25

(April 18, 2021) Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of pandemic stays Humboldt State University’s film students from promoting the art of film. Year after year, the oldest student-run film...

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A Feast in Redway

(April 17, 2021) Redway could use more places to eat, especially on Evergreen Drive, and now it's got that and then some. In January, Laura Lasseter and her family have opened up Cafe...

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NCJ Preview: Bull Kelp, Hog Heaven, CRV Fixes and Latinx COVID Impacts

(April 17, 2021) Our Green Issue hits stands this week so we're looking a some eco-centric stories in the paper, including the hope for reviving the bull kelp population in our waters. We've...

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Denver Flights are Coming Back

(April 16, 2021) Nonstop flights to the Denver International Airport out of Humboldt County are scheduled to resume June 3, adding to some new travel options announced in recent months. The United...

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