NCJ Preview: Gift Guide, Karuk Land Return, Mushrooms and Crab

(November 27, 2021) This week we're peeking into the pages of the annual Gift Guide and the story behind its cover art. We're also looking at proposed legislation to return 1,200 acres of...

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Holiday Gift Guide 2021

(November 25, 2021) Time to spread some joy. Grab your list — don't forget your mask — and prepare to once again peruse Humboldt County's bevy of shops. The windows are decorated and...

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Preserving a Way of Life

Legislation introduced to return sacred lands to the Karuk Tribe

(November 25, 2021) At the confluence of the Klamath and Salmon rivers stands a small mountain known as á›uuyich to the Karuk people, for whom it is the center of the world. Close...

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Public Health Confirms Two Hospitalizations and 10 New COVID-19 Cases

(November 24, 2021) Humboldt County Public Health confirmed 10 new COVID-19 cases today, with two hospitalizations reported of a resident in their 50s and another in their 60s. Earlier today Public Health released...

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Public Health Confirms 24 New COVID-19 cases

(November 23, 2021) Humboldt County Public Health confirmed 24 new COVID-19 cases today, with no new hospitalizations or deaths reported. Public Health officials are reminding residents to practice social distancing, wash hands...

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Food for People Receives $50K Grant

(November 23, 2021) Food for People is closer to rebuilding its facility thanks to a Simpson Family Fund- Green Diamond Resource Company grant of $50,000. “Food for People is grateful to the...

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Another COVID Holiday: Is California in a Better Place this Year? Not in Humboldt.

(November 23, 2021) The holidays are here and people are ready to gather, hug and feast. But is California in a better place this year when it comes to COVID-19? Last year,...

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93 New COVID-19 Cases Reported Since Friday

(November 22, 2021) Humboldt County Public Health confirmed 93 new COVID-19 cases today, with no new hospitalizations or deaths reported. Today's cases — which come on the heels of 183 confirmed last week —...

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Supply Chain Woes Trigger Shortages of Critical Medical Devices

(November 22, 2021) When Henry Genung was four months old, doctors cut a hole in his windpipe and inserted a tube to help him breathe. Born with a rare genetic mutation that...

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NCJ Preview: Salmon, Chili Dogs and Fiscal Drama

(November 20, 2021) This week's cover story looks at the impact of the salmon population on Native communities, culturally, economically and in terms of survival. We also have a story on the Civil...

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UPDATED: Supes to Consider No-confidence Vote in Auditor-Controller

(November 20, 2021) UPDATE: The Humboldt County Board of Supervisors voted 3-2 on Monday in support of a vote of no confidence in the job performance of elected Auditor-Controller Karen Paz Dominguez....

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Public Health Confirms 39 New COVID-19 Cases, Health Officer's Return Expected Next Week

(November 19, 2021) Humboldt County Public Health confirmed 39 new COVID-19 cases today — making 183 this week — with no new hospitalizations reported. Today's cases — which come on the heels...

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Eureka Council Moves Forward Ranked Choice Voting, New Ward Maps

(November 19, 2021) The Eureka City Council cast unanimous votes on two election-related items this week, including a major change to the way residents in Humboldt County’s largest city select their representatives. At...

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UPDATE: County Employees Expected to Get Direct Deposits by End of Day, Workforce Board Issues No-Confidence Vote in Auditor-Controller's Office

(November 19, 2021) UPDATE: Humboldt County Deputy County Administrative Officer Sean Quincey released an update on the county’s payroll problems this afternoon, saying U.S. Bank has confirmed it has what it needs to...

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Public Health Reports 28 New COVID-19 Cases, Changes in Youth Sports Mask Guidelines

(November 18, 2021) Humboldt County Public Health confirmed 28 new COVID-19 cases today — making 144 so far this week. In a short video released earlier today discussing changes to masking guidelines...

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PG&E Reactor Officially Decommissioned, Nuclear Waste Not

(November 18, 2021) PG&E’s Humboldt Nuclear Power Plant reactor site was deemed fully cleaned up by the Nucle ar Regulatory Commission today. While the federal government no longer has oversight over that...

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COVID Sidelines Arcata High Tigers' Championship Run

(November 18, 2021) The Arcata High School Tigers are now the second local football team to have to forfeit a playoff game due to an outbreak of COVID-19. The team was scheduled to...

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'No Fish Means No Food'

How Yurok women are fighting for their tribe's health

(November 18, 2021) Keeping salmon in her children's diet is "an entire job," says Georgiana Gensaw, a Yurok Tribe member and mother of four in Klamath Glen, a community whose only easily...

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Civil Grand Jury Reportedly Investigating Auditor-Controller

(November 18, 2021) The Humboldt County Civil Grand Jury is investigating allegations of "deficiencies" and "poor service" in the Auditor-Controller's Office, Fortuna Union High School District Superintendent Glen Senestraro told his Board of...

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Public Health Confirms 24 New COVID-19 Cases, New Hospitalization

(November 17, 2021) Humboldt County Public Health confirmed 24 new COVID-19 cases today — making 116 so far this week — along with one new hospitalization. Today's cases — which come on...

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NCJ Preview: Gift Guide, Karuk Land Return, Mushrooms and Crab

(November 27, 2021) This week we're peeking into the pages of the annual Gift Guide and the story behind its cover art. We're also looking at proposed legislation to return 1,200 acres of...

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Sugar Bear's Holiday Spirit

(November 24, 2021) We did not expect to get hit with Sugar Bear fever but here we are. The victory lap the 84-foot-tall tree took around the county as it made its way...

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Food for People Receives $50K Grant

(November 23, 2021) Food for People is closer to rebuilding its facility thanks to a Simpson Family Fund- Green Diamond Resource Company grant of $50,000. “Food for People is grateful to the...

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