Rio Dell's Hash Lab Murder Case

Rio Dell's Hash Lab Murder Case

A garage explodes, a man dies and now four face life in prison

(September 21, 2017) First came the explosion, and it came out of nowhere. Cindy Dobereiner was sitting next door in her canary yellow Craftsman home when the walls shook and the windows rattled....

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Enabling or a Lifeline?

Controversy swirls around drug injection centers

(September 21, 2017) To some, the concept of government sanctioned injection centers is akin to simply giving addicts a free pass to shoot up. To others, it's a proven safety net used...

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Correction

(September 21, 2017) A column in the Sept. 14, 2017, edition of the Journal headlined "Things Stay the Same" incorrectly stated Cody King's age. He is 28. The Journal regrets the error....

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Drunk in Public

The challenge and tragedy of policing a public health crisis

(September 14, 2017) In the long, hot month of August, as ash fell from the sky, the sun and moon did a brief astronomical dance and the public's attention darted from national tragedies...

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'Toward Danger'

Arcata Plaza shootout leaves officer wounded, suspect dead

(September 14, 2017) Twenty-six-year-old Ervin Eugene Sweat Jr. was wanted on a pair of warrants and facing imminent arrest when he stepped out of a Ford truck and opened fire on police officers,...

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Correction

(September 14, 2017) The Legal Notices section of the Sept. 7, 2017 edition of the North Coast Journal mistakenly substituted an old Property Tax Default (Delinquent) List from the Humboldt County Treasurer-Tax Collector,...

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'Tipped Over the Edge'

Eureka's apparent attempt to publicly shame Floyd Squires may backfire

(September 7, 2017) When city officials released a salacious, unsubstantiated, third-hand allegation of impropriety against the city's most notorious landlord, Eureka City Manager Greg Sparks says the action was meant to impart...

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Resisting Reparations

Rob Arkley's attempts to thwart Indian Island's return to the Wiyots

(September 7, 2017) Twenty days before he went on KINS Radio's "Talkshop" program and touched off a public firestorm by grumbling about the city of Eureka's "giving away" Indian Island to the...

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Correction

(September 7, 2017) The article headlined "Looking at a Statue Looking at the Stars" in the Aug. 31 edition of the Journal contained inaccurate information. John Hylton's show at Piante Gallery runs during...

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'The Hollow Men'

The life and death of Daren Borges

(September 7, 2017) Before the arrest and the sobering cell, long before the civil rights lawsuit or the $2.5 million verdict, there was a call for help. It was shortly after 2...

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Cemetery Rising

A small group of volunteers brings back Myrtle Grove, one marker at a time

(August 31, 2017) Two small gravestones with simple, hand-etched inscriptions rest side-by-side at Myrtle Grove Memorial Cemetery, quietly imparting the loss bore by Henry and Clara Reilinger. One is for their daughter, Amelia,...

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Judge Allows Public Defender Lawsuit to Proceed Amid Attorney Exodus

(September 22, 2017) A visiting Humboldt County Superior Court judge ruled this morning that a case challenging the hiring of controversial Public Defender David Marcus can continue, finding sufficient facts have been alleged...

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You Otter be a Citizen Scientist

(September 21, 2017) One doesn't have to go far to see local river otters in the wild. Just take a walk out on the Trinidad pier and you're likely to see one...

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County Warns Employees Personal Info May Have Been Compromised

(September 18, 2017) The county of Humboldt just sent a letter to all of its more than 2,000 employees, warning that their personal information — including driver's license numbers, social security numbers...

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