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NCJ Preview: Back in Orange, a Grim Anniversary and Taiwanese Treats

(April 10, 2021) We're going over what Humboldt's move back into the orange COVID-19 risk tier means and how the local vaccination effort is going. And as we approach the fourth anniversary of...

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Muddy and Metal Mashup

(April 10, 2021) Local coffee purveyor Muddy Waters Coffee Co. has a fan. Last year Metallica guitarist Kirk Hammett's people reached out to say he's been ordering the coffee online and wanted to...

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County Records Lowest Weekly COVID Total in Months, Reports 11K Vax Doses Coming Next Week

(April 9, 2021) Humboldt County Public Health confirmed 10 new COVID-19 cases today, making 32 this week — the lowest weekly case tally since October — while also reporting that the county...

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Stinky Corpse Flower Blooms at Humboldt State

(April 9, 2021) Things are getting a bit stinky at the Humboldt State University greenhouse, where a corpse flower — with a bouquet like rotting flesh — is in bloom. While the...

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Humboldt Opens Up COVID-19 Vaccines to 16 and Up

(April 9, 2021) Humboldt County residents who are 16 years and older can now get in line for a COVID-19 vaccine, moving them up before the state’s April 15 date for widening...

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One Lucky Cat: Fortuna Fire Comes to the Rescue

(April 9, 2021) Do firefighters really rescue cats from trees? In Fortuna, yes, they do. A team from the Fortuna Volunteer Fire Department came to the rescue of a wayward kitten that...

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Vaccine Passports in California? Answers to Your Questions

(April 9, 2021) Now that more than 7.5 million Californians have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19, the Newsom administration has set a goal of reopening the state’s economy by June 15. So...

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SoHum Girls Streaming Live from the Arcata Playhouse this Saturday

(April 9, 2021) Listen up, live music lovers — David Ferney at Arcata Playhouse has some news. “The Arcata Playhouse is back with live music. We are now doing live-streamed shows at the...

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Five New COVID-19 Cases Confirmed, County Still Has Open Vaccination Appointments

(April 8, 2021) Humboldt County Public Health confirmed five new COVID-19 cases today, while continuing to urge residents to sign up with the state's My Turn vaccine registry and fill hundreds of...

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Crabs to Play Ball for Limited Crowd with Locals on the Roster

(April 8, 2021) The Humboldt Crabs have announced their return to the field June 4, with three local players on the roster. Willamette University infielder Ethan Fischel, Bethel University utility man Aidan Morris...

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Weekly Zoom Series about the Eel River Watershed Starts this Week

(April 8, 2021) The Eel River Recovery Project is hosting weekly Zoom meetings about the Eel River Watershed from April 9 through May 28. "Eel Zoom" is a new, happy-hour-timed presentation (bring your...

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COVID-19 Vaccine Doses Currently Available, SoHum Health has Extras Today for Walk-ins

(April 8, 2021) Need a COVID-19 vaccine appointment? According to the county’s Joint Information Center, there are currently hundreds of doses available Friday through Sunday for those who are eligible by signing up...

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Flights to Hollywood Burbank Airport Coming this May

(April 8, 2021) Humboldt County's regional airport, the California Redwood Coast Humboldt County Airport (ACV), in McKinleyville will now be offering flights to the Hollywood Burbank Airport (BUR) through Avelo Airlines beginning...

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High Crash Rate Prompts Wide-Reaching 101 Enforcement Campaign

(April 7, 2021) U.S. Highway 101 will be getting some extra attention Thursday from the California Highway Patrol during an enforcement campaign spanning the northern reaches of the state to the Bay Area....

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HumCo Passes 66K Vaccine Doses Administered, Confirms Seven New COVID-19 Cases

(April 7, 2021) Nearly a quarter of all Humboldt County residents age 16 and older have now been fully vaccinated, Public Health reported today. The county reported that more than 66,000 doses...

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Hot Plates Coming Through at Nori

(April 7, 2021) Passersby have been either celebrating or scratching their heads at the sign for Nori (761 Eighth St.), heralding another sushi place joining Tomo and Sushi Spot on the Arcata Plaza....

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Forum Tonight on Plan to Close Redwood Memorial Maternity Services

(April 7, 2021) Providence Health officials will be part of a 6 p.m. public forum tonight to discuss the healthcare provider's controversial decision to close down the obstetrics program at Redwood Memorial...

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Orange Tier Means Some Restrictions Lifted, Modifications

(April 7, 2021) Humboldt County's move to the state's "moderate" or orange COVID-19 risk tier yesterday — coupled with new state guidelines on events and performances — means things will be opening...

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Hoffman to Meet with LatinoNet Friday

(April 7, 2021) As part of Humboldt County Public Health’s ongoing effort to work with the local Latinx community, Public Health Officer Ian Hoffman will be meeting this Friday with LatinoNet, a...

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Eureka City Council to Talk Animals, Premium Pay for Grocery Workers

(April 6, 2021) Tonight, the Eureka City Council is set to discuss an update to the city’s animal ordinance which includes some major changes to the number and type of animals —...

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