Business

July 2021

(PHOTOS) Nordic Aquafarms Execs Lead Tour of the Corroding Remains of the Pulp Mill Property Where They Plan to Build a Big Land-Based Fish Farm

Miranda’s Rescue Opening New Thrift Store in Former Sidelines Bar Location on Arcata Plaza

Let’s Take a Closer Look at the Sun Valley Weed Grow and How the Supervisors Reached a Decision

Supervisors Deny Appeal, Approve a (Downsized Again) 5.7-Acre Weed Grow on Sun Valley Property in Arcata Bottoms

June 2021

Korea-Based Microbrewery The Booth Closes Eureka Facility; Landlord Places Heaps of Industrial Brewing Equipment Up for Auction

May 2021

In a Surprise Move, Nordic Aquafarms Agrees to Conduct Full Environmental Impact Report for Its Land-Based Fish Farm on the Samoa Peninsula

New Bicycle-Powered Business Offers Compost Pickup for Arcata Residents; Will Host ‘Bike Party’ on the Plaza to Celebrate Grand Opening

Kneeland Glen Farm Stand Owner Evicted After Dog-Bite Incident, Repeat Warnings About Bringing Her Dog Onto the Property; Community Organizes Peaceful Protest

Court Orders Glendale-Based Kernen Construction Co. to Pay $2M Penalty for Toxic Stormwater Runoff

E&O Lanes for Sale: Bowling Alley Coveted By Weed Businesses Hits Market for $1.6 Million

April 2021

County Declares No Significant Environmental Impact for Proposed Samoa Fish Farm; Will Receive Comments, Critiques Through May 24

Huffman Visits Local Businesses to Hear About Impacts of COVID Pandemic and Relief Programs

Arcata Land Company Agrees to Reduce the Size of Its Arcata Bottoms Cannabis Grow From 23 Acres to 8

Muddy Waters Coffee Company Collabs With Metallica Guitarist Kirk Hammett on New Blend Inspired by His Famous Les Paul, ‘Greeny’

March 2021

New Sushi Restaurant Coming to Downtown Arcata Promises to Offer ‘Something Different’

New Owners of Scotia Inn Outline Long-Term Plans, Including Heated Pools, Hot Tubs, Food, Drink and More

After 15 Years, the ‘Humboldt Brewing Co.’ Name is Back in Humboldt Hands, and Locally Produced Red Nectar Ale is On Its Way

February 2021

A Recent North Coast Journal Story was Bought and Paid For by the County, Though the News Editor Says He Didn’t Know About the Deal

January 2021

Dick Taylor Announces They Will Build a New Chocolate Factory on Eureka’s Waterfront

December 2020

Eureka Just Settled Its Decade-Old Court Case Against Floyd and Betty Squires, But Its Battle With the Notorious Slumlords Continues

Humboldt Restaurants Are Suddenly Allowed Indoor Dining Again, But for Many Owners the Decision is Tough

Christmas Shoppers Are Lining Up to Support Local Business This Year Despite COVID, Retailers Say

November 2020

Major Datacenter Coming to Arcata Will Connect to High-Speed Fiber Optic Cables Running From Samoa to Singapore

Dungeness Crab Season Delayed Until Mid-December Due to Low Weight in Meat Quality Tests

That Big Onshore Fish Farm on the Samoa Peninsula is Moving Forward, and Developers Are Having a Virtual Meeting About it Tonight

October 2020

Owner of Frankie’s New York Bagels Announces Plans to Close, Hopes to ‘Pass the Bagel Torch’ to New Owner

September 2020

In a Split Vote, Supervisors Move to Allow Fallen Elk River Billboard to Be Rebuilt, But it Must be Removed in Five Years

Nordic Aquafarms Hosting Public Zoom Meeting Wednesday to Answer Questions, Present Study Results for Proposed Land-Based Fish Farm on Samoa Peninsula

Film Commissioner Describes COVID-19 Safety Protocols for Local Movie Production

August 2020

Major Datacenter Company Purchases Arcata Warehouse, Starts Filing Paperwork to Build Fiber Optic Line to Samoa Peninsula

Following Years of Protest, Cell Tower Equipment Atop Trinidad Head Will Soon Come Down

July 2020

With Klamath Dam Removal Plan Going Sideways, Gov. Newsom Pleads With Warren Buffett to Salvage Deal

Local Businesses Embrace a Worker-Owned Cooperative Model They Say Could Transform the Humboldt Economy

As Unemployment Grows and Businesses Struggle, County Looks to Launch Grant Program Using Federal CARES Act Funding

Want to Move Your Business Outside? If You’re in the County’s Unincorporated Area, Here’s How to Do That

Broadway and Mill Creek Cinemas Reopening Friday; Is It Safe to Return to Movie Theaters?

June 2020

ABC Denies McKinleyville Dollar General’s Application to Sell Beer and Wine

McKinleyville’s Kmart Is Slated to Close In The Near Future

Finger Lickin’ Good News For Eureka Chain Restaurant Fans! KFC Construction Expected to be Complete By October

Historic Logger Bar for Sale

May 2020

Times-Standard Dismantles Printing Press, Lays Off Production Staff; Papers Now Being Trucked From Chico for Delivery

Simply Macintosh, Humboldt’s Reliable Apple Product Repairs Destination, Announces Its Permanent Closure

April 2020

Nordic Aquafarms Expands Aquaculture Facility Plans, Releases Images Showing What the Fish Farm Would Look Like

COVID Has Hit the Local Economy Hard, But Officials Say There’s Still Cause for Optimism

Arcata Sports Apparel Company Switching Up Production to Help Meet Overwhelming Demand for Face Masks; Furloughed Employees to Return to Work

City of Arcata Distributes Emergency Loans to Local Businesses Impacted by the COVID-19 Pandemic

Local Business Owners Struggling Through Confusion, Delays in Effort to Secure Federal Relief Funds

March 2020

Local Agencies Are Teaming Up to Provide Relief to Small Businesses

As Local Businesses Lay Off Employees and Close Up Shop, Owners Worry About Long-Term Financial Impacts

February 2020

A Delegation of Norwegians is on a Whirlwind Tour of Humboldt, Scoping Green Economic Development Opportunities


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