The Race to Rep Humboldt's County Seat

The Race to Rep Humboldt's County Seat

Two challengers and an incumbent make their cases to represent the Fourth District

(May 24, 2018) Humboldt County's Fourth Supervisorial District stands apart from the rest. First and foremost, it's the most urban district in the 4,000 square miles that make up Humboldt County and...

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McKinley Draped in 'Justice for Josiah' Banner in Dual Act of Protest

(May 26, 2018) The thousands of people who descended on the Arcata Plaza this morning to watch the Kinetic Grand Championship race begin were greeted by an unusual sight. The McKinley statue...

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Nationwide Morphine Shortage Impacting Local Hospitals

(May 26, 2018) Local healthcare providers have been struggling to supply patients with injectable morphine, according to representatives from St. Joseph, Mad River and Jerold  Phelps hospitals. “This is a very multi-faceted topic,...

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CHP, State Parks Officer Rescue Kidnapped Woman

(May 25, 2018) A Eureka man is in custody after allegedly kidnapping a woman and evading law enforcement officers. According to a press release from the Humboldt County Sheriff's Office, John Luther Leslie,...

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State Steps in Amid Surge in HIV Cases

(May 25, 2018) The California Department of Public Health is stepping in amid a dramatic rise in newly diagnosed HIV cases in Humboldt County and officials believe there are at least 35...

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Arcata Official: FBI Agent Tom Parker Unlikely to Return to Lawson Investigation

(May 24, 2018) With several attendees expressing frustration over a lack of concrete steps to come out of previous events, Thursday night's Community Dialogue on Race at the D Street Neighborhood Center...

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Mother of Slain HSU Student Expected to Call for Reinstatement of Investigator

(May 24, 2018) The city of Arcata’s Community Dialogue on Race series, which began after the fatal stabbing of Humboldt State University student Josiah Lawson last year, continues tonight with his mother...

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Federal Commission Approves Advisory Panel for Klamath Dam Removal Effort

(May 24, 2018) The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has approved a proposal from the nonprofit organization formed to facilitate removal of the four hydroelectric dams clogging the Klamath River to form a...

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A Fierce Fight for the Fifth District

As the race turns a bit nasty, the candidates weigh in on the issues

(May 24, 2018) The race to represent Humboldt County's sprawling Fifth Supervisorial District is in full swing, with accusations and hard feelings aplenty. The campaign pits two-term incumbent and California Costal Commissioner...

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Police Investigate School Threat, Deem it Not Credible

(May 23, 2018) Police investigated a suspicious note found on the Arcata High School Campus yesterday that contained a “threat of violence” but determined it not to be credible. According to an...

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Mass Shooting Drill at Mad River Community Hospital Tonight

(May 23, 2018) Mad River Community Hospital will be conducting a mass shooting drill tonight with the Humboldt State University Police Department, United Indian Health Services and Arcata Fire to test the...

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McKinley Draped in 'Justice for Josiah' Banner in Dual Act of Protest

(May 26, 2018) The thousands of people who descended on the Arcata Plaza this morning to watch the Kinetic Grand Championship race begin were greeted by an unusual sight. The McKinley statue...

Read On >

CHP, State Parks Officer Rescue Kidnapped Woman

(May 25, 2018) A Eureka man is in custody after allegedly kidnapping a woman and evading law enforcement officers. According to a press release from the Humboldt County Sheriff's Office, John Luther Leslie,...

Read On >

State Steps in Amid Surge in HIV Cases

(May 25, 2018) The California Department of Public Health is stepping in amid a dramatic rise in newly diagnosed HIV cases in Humboldt County and officials believe there are at least 35...

Read On >

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