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NCJ Preview: Summer Camps, Vaccine Supplies and Oyster Fest

(May 15, 2021) The Journal's annual Summer of Fun issue is out now, with plenty of COVID-19 adapted fun to occupy the kids. On the news side, we've got the tale the rush...

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Public Health Confirms Another COVID Death, 26 New Cases

(May 14, 2021) Humboldt County has lost a 42nd resident — a person in their 50s — to COVID-19, Public Health reported today, while confirming 26 new cases, making 138 this week....

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$433 Million Proposed for HSU Polytechnic

(May 14, 2021) During today's revised budget proposal presentation, Gov. Gavin Newsom said he's proposing $433 million for Humboldt State University's transformation into California State University's third polytechnic university. “I am a big...

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Mask Mandate Still in Effect in California

(May 14, 2021) While the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention made interim recommendations Wednesday about relaxing some safety protocols for fully vaccinated individuals, California state law on mask wearing still takes precedence....

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Ken "Rotch" Rothschiller: 1947-2021

(May 14, 2021) Throughout his life, the artistic sensibility of Ken “Rotch” Rothschiller manifested in many forms, Rotch was best known, and beloved, for being Humboldt County‘s first surfboard manufacturer, shaping and...

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Fundraiser for Julie Froblom at Arcata Playhouse

(May 14, 2021) She gets by with a little help from her friends. Local musician and saxophonist extraordinaire Julie Froblom needs a little help, friends. Julie has contracted a rare lung disease and...

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Redwood Sky Walk Opening Delayed

(May 13, 2021) The soft opening of the Redwood Sky Walk at the Sequoia Park Zoo, originally scheduled for tomorrow, is being delayed due windy conditions in recent days. “While the Redwood...

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County Allows Cannabis Growers to Apply for Tax Refunds in Wake of Court Ruling

(May 13, 2021) After a an appeals court ruled the Humboldt County Board of Supervisors overstepped when it "impermissibly broadened the scope" of the cannabis tax voters approved in 2016, the county is...

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Public Health Confirms 45 New COVID-19 Cases, Another Hospitalization

(May 13, 2021) Humboldt County Public Health confirmed 45 new COVID-19 cases today, making 112 so far this week, and reported another new hospitalization. The cases were reported after laboratories processed 288...

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HSU and CR Commencement Ceremonies This Weekend; HSU to Honor Yurok Spiritual Leader

(May 13, 2021) Congratulations to all Humboldt State University and College of the Redwoods graduates! The schools will be celebrating their graduates at this weekend's commencement ceremonies both in-person and virtually. Although...

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HAPI Holds Humboldt Asian Histories & Futures Panel and Community Conversation

(May 13, 2021) Acquaint yourself with Humboldt’s not-so-illustrious past with an eye and an ear toward making things better at the Humboldt Asian Histories & Futures Panel on Friday, May 14 from...

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Photos: Flying Fish and a Jolly Giant

(May 12, 2021) Next time you're in Arcata, head for the Creamery District (Ninth and L streets) and check out the two new "Homeward Leaping" stainless steel sculptures that evoke coastal cutthroat trout...

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County Confirms 41st COVID Death, 18 New Cases, Three New Hospitalizations

(May 12, 2021) Humboldt County Public Health confirmed Humboldt County's 41st COVID-19 related death — a resident in their 70s — today, as well as 18 new cases and three new hospitalizations....

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California Mask Mandate Likely to End Soon

(May 12, 2021) If you’re looking for a sign that California is approaching the end of the pandemic, here it is: The state may soon ease workplace rules that require employees to...

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Native STEAM and TEK Curriculums Coming to Humboldt Classrooms

(May 12, 2021) An educational program created by the Blue Lake Rancheria Tribe, Humboldt County Office of Education and Northern Humboldt Union High School District, called Pathmakers, is bringing Native American STEAM...

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Dell'Arte Thesis Festival, May 13-23

(May 12, 2021) Been waiting for the curtain to rise on live theater again? Dell’Arte’s got the green light and is thrilled to present The Cauldron of Destiny Thesis Festival — four...

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Restaurants Need Workers. Would an Employee Vaccine Mandate Bring Them Back?

(May 12, 2021) As they struggle to rehire, owners are navigating whether to require, encourage or reward staff COVID vaccinations. Before implementing a COVID-19 vaccine mandate for employees at his 15 Chicago...

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County Remains in Orange Tier, Confirms Four New Cases

(May 11, 2021) Humboldt County Public Health confirmed four new COVID-19 cases today, as well as two new hospitalizations. The four cases — the lowest daily total in more than a month...

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Public Health Confirms County's 40th COVID Death, 45 New Cases

(May 10, 2021) Humboldt County Public Health reported a 40th local resident — a person in their 60s — has died with COVID-19, while also reporting it has confirmed 45 new cases...

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Newsom Proposes Expanding California's Stimulus Checks to Middle Class

(May 10, 2021) At the start of the pandemic a year ago, today’s news would have seemed unimaginable: The Golden State is sitting on a budget surplus so big, it’s considering giving...

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