July 2019

Historic Requa Inn Up for Sale: 105-Year-Old Property Listed for $1.99 Million

BECAUSE WEED? Old Town’s ‘Because Coffee’ Closing This Weekend, Will Likely Be Replaced by Cannabis Smoking Lounge

May 2019

County Extends Public Comment Period for Humboldt Wind Energy Project

Accused of Over-Prescribing Opioids and at Danger of Losing Her License, Local Doctor Takes Fight to State Medical Board

Some McKinleyville Residents Don’t Want the Dollar General Store to Sell Hooch, and They’re Writing Letters in Protest

Humboldt Wind Energy Project Proponents Give Presentation to Skeptical Crowd in Ferndale

Would You Like to Be the New North Coast Co-op General Manager?

April 2019

Federal Relief for Fisheries Disasters Dating From 2015 Finally Available, Huffman’s Office Announces

Fire and Light Announces Closure, Will Seek Potential Buyers

Arcata-Based Cannabis Start-up Offers Steep Discounts Through Costco-Like Membership Model

Wind Energy Project Near Scotia Would Impact Birds and the View, Report Finds; Public Scrutiny Invited

SoHum Health Care District Gets Lifesaving $1.8 Million Bridge Loan From Three Local Nonprofit/Government Institutions

Nordic Aquafarms, the Company Planning a Massive Land-Based Fish Farm in Samoa, Will Hold a Public Forum to Talk About the Idea Next Week

March 2019

Old Town’s Black Faun Gallery Will Close Its Doors in May

February 2019

Let’s Take a Closer Look at This Big Fish Farm Proposal for the Samoa Peninsula

Harbor District Agrees to 30-Year Lease for Massive, Land-Based Fish Farm on Samoa Peninsula

Norwegian Fish Farm Says Its Samoa Operations Will Create 80 Jobs, Produce 50 Million Pounds of Salmon or Steelhead Per Year

January 2019

Humboldt Bay, the ‘Oyster Capital of California,’ Hosts a $10M Bivalve Industry, HSU Study Finds

RIP, J Hockaday and Tony Smithers: Two Pillars of the Local Business Community Pass Over the Weekend

Crab Fishermen Warn: With the Season Closed Elsewhere, Loads of Out-of-Town Crabbers Will be Coming to Humboldt and There’s Hardly Any Places to Tie Up

Eureka’s 101 Corridor May Be Getting Greener, In More Ways Than One

Arcata Bars Sidelines and Toby & Jack’s Remain Open as Owner Appeals License Revocation Ruling

December 2018

On Shaky Financial Ground, the North Coast Co-op is Roiled by Internal Strife and an Uncertain Future

New Eureka Ordinance Makes it Illegal For Jerks to Stay Inside a Business After They Get 86’ed

November 2018

Crab Fishermen Sue Oil Companies for Screwing Up the Planet and Lying About Climate Change

Green Diamond Acquires Over 9,000 Acres of SoHum Forest in the South Fork Eel Watershed; Seller Gifts Development Easement to Local Land Trust

(UPDATED) Judge: Sidelines and Toby & Jack’s Should Have Their Liquor Licenses Revoked

October 2018

North Coast Co-op Lays Off Employees, Postpones Eureka Remodel Amid Financial Struggles

Here’s Why Eureka Didn’t (Yet) Ask the Attorney General to Investigate the New East-West Rail Scheme

Large-Scale Wind Farm South of Scotia Should Be Up and Running in Roughly Two Years, Project Director Says

September 2018

Attorneys Make Closing Arguments in Plaza Bars Drug-Dealing Hearing

Arcata Plaza Bars Sidelines, Toby & Jack’s Could Lose Liquor Licenses as ABC Hears Drug Dealing Case

July 2018

Adios, Bien Padre: Local Tortilla and Corn Chip Company Shutting Down After 45 Years in Business

(VIDEO) Protestors Lock Themselves to Gate to Prevent HRC Logging of Mattole Forest

June 2018

Local Environmental Groups File Complaint Against U.S. Forest Service and Mercer-Fraser Co. Over Operations at Willow Creek Property

December 2017

CEASE AND DOSIST: The Weed Company Formerly Known as ‘hmbldt’ Has Changed Its Name

County Looking to Purchase Eureka Kmart Property

September 2017

Humboldt Creamery Workers Ready to Strike After Voting to Reject Contract Offer From Parent Corporation

August 2017

Humboldt Creamery to Stop Processing Fluid Milk Locally; 10 Jobs to be Eliminated

Arkleys Clarify Indian Island Intentions, Say They Want to Buy It to ‘Preserve It for the Entire Community’

July 2017

(AUDIO) Rob Arkley Wants to Buy Indian Island to Keep Eureka From Returning it to ‘The Natives’

Huffman Introduces Bill to Protect Local TV From Corporate Consolidation: ‘This is Not the Soviet Union’

Arcata Getting New Steakhouse; McK Grocery Outlet Construction Going ‘Pretty Well’; And Check Out This Three-Wheeled Coffee Shop! (and More!)

April 2017

Do You HATE Your TERRIBLE JOB? There Might Well be Options Available for You at Next Week’s Career Fair

Blue Lake’s Iconic E&O Bowling Alley Has New Owners — And No, They’re Not Turning it Into a Marijuana Thing

Real Estate Listings for Humboldt’s Weed-Growing Properties Now Feature Transparent Advertising, Sky-High Prices

March 2017

As State and Federal Funding Dwindles, Local Governments Struggle to Provide Affordable Housing

Uber Comes to Humboldt, Bringing Modern Convenience and Corporate Baggage

February 2017

SECURITY NATIONAL CLARIFIES: We’re Not Making Money Off Growers — We’re Making Money Off People Making Money Off Growers

END OF AN ERA: Three Scotia Homes in Escrow and More to Follow, as the Historic Pacific Lumber Company Town Begins to Transfer Itself to the Citizenry

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