The Case for Impeachment

The Case for Impeachment

As presented by North Coast Congressman Jared Huffman

(June 13, 2019) North Coast Congressman Jared Huffman has made no secret of his desire to see the U.S. House of Representatives officially begin impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump. He's been...

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Humboldt Takes a 'Regional Approach' to Climate Action Plan

(June 13, 2019) Some people throw up their hands in despair when they talk of climate change. Others deny there is even a problem. But somewhere in the middle, quietly and without much...

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'A Comedy of Errors'

How misinformation 'plagued' Eureka's bid to market itself

(June 6, 2019) When the city of Eureka took the bold step in February of putting out a request for proposals for a lucrative marketing contract — one that for decades had...

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The Cost of Wind

A proposed wind energy project comes with environmental impacts

(June 6, 2019) Give me the restless power of the wind," wrote lyricist John Hall in an anthem about renewable energy popularized by Peter, Paul and Mary. The phrase evokes sails billowing in...

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Iftar: Breaking the Ramadan Fast

And bringing a Muslim community together

(May 30, 2019) The holy month of Ramadan is supposed to be hot. The word itself comes from the root Arabic term for intense heat, which is what you'd be feeling in the...

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'So Sad:' Arcata Shooting Leaves One Teen Dead, Another Behind Bars

(May 30, 2019) A Eureka High School senior was killed and another teenager is facing murder and attempted murder charges after an apparent marijuana deal turned deadly at an Arcata bus stop...

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Eleven Weeks Till Curtain

From auditions to preview with the cast of Cabaret

(May 23, 2019) On a Saturday morning early last June, Eureka High School's halls are cool and quiet. But past the heavy auditorium doors, dozens of men and women in leotards, yoga pants,...

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Draft Housing Element Calls for Drastic Solutions to Humboldt's Housing 'Crisis'

(May 23, 2019) It is no surprise that Humboldt County has a lack of affordable housing. For years, county government has identified the need for more housing of all types but the private...

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'An Otter Idea'

Bold initiative looks to raise funds and awareness by merging art, science and a massive scavenger hunt

(May 16, 2019) After a long hike in England's Dartmoor National Park, Jeff Black and his wife stopped at Wayside Cafe. As they were sitting, drinking tea, they noticed scores of people...

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Making Rooms: Eureka Approves Hotel Project

Council approves hotel project at former Eureka Chamber of Commerce site

(May 16, 2019) The former Eureka Chamber of Commerce building and its surrounding property are slated to become the site of a new "upscale" 83-room hotel after the city council voted unanimously last...

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Summer of Fun

Listings of summer classes, camp and activities for kids and youth

(May 9, 2019) Don't freak out but it's May. Which means we're a graduation cap's throw from June and we've got to find something to do with the kids this summer. Lucky for...

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Chancellor Backs Rossbacher's KHSU Cuts

A community group, meanwhile, is organizing to purchase the station

(May 9, 2019) California State University Chancellor Timothy White is supporting Humboldt State University President Lisa Rossbacher's recent decision to gut local programming on the KHSU radio station, saying it was in the...

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Bringing Prey-go-neesh Home

After a century, the condor may soon return to Yurok land

(May 2, 2019) In Yurok tradition, the condor is sacred. Considered to be among Earth's first creatures and the one that carries their prayers to the Creator, the tribe's connection with the bird...

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Remembering Bill Thompson

Humboldt celebrates the life of a peace activist, farmer and neighbor

(May 2, 2019) Bill Thompson was a man of love, compassion and a commitment to peace that never wavered in his later years. Born in San Francisco on May 28, 1929, Thompson died...

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To Stop a Heist

Inside the $3 million plot to kidnap a Humboldt County pot grower

(April 25, 2019) The story begins with a strip club bouncer and an Iraq War veteran meeting in Polekatz, a sprawling 18,000-square-foot bar about 15 miles outside of Chicago with all nude,...

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Pour One Out

No Humboldt beer at Oyster Fest this year

(April 25, 2019) Less than two months out from the Arcata Bay Oyster Festival, controversy is again bubbling up over beer at Arcata Main Street's fundraiser. The event drew fire last year ("What...

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