Community

July 2020

Organizations to Give $120,000 in Incentives to Local Child Care Centers to Help Them Stay Open During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Drug Use Appears To Be On the Rise in Humboldt, But Local Treatment Centers Are Still Open

June 2020

Public Native Plant Garden Proposed for Ferndale, Plans Go Before Design Review Committee Tomorrow

County Approves Purchase of 197-Acre McKay Community Expansion; New Public Trail Access Planned

Black Humboldt and Eureka NAACP Announce Virtual Juneteenth Celebration

May 2020

Betty Kwan Chinn Homeless Foundation Awarded $200,000 Grant From California Department of Housing and Community Development

(VIDEO) Ferndale Creates Virtual Memorial Day Service, Will Still Hold Social Distancing Parade

Local Nonprofit Helps Out Struggling Single Moms During the COVID-19 Crisis

Victory Garden Revival: COVID-19 Pandemic Prompts More People to Grow Their Own Food

April 2020

Leader of Local Outreach Ministry ‘God-Snacked’ Says They’re in Desperate Need of Funds to Help Feed the Homeless of McKinleyville and Valley West

Local Businesses Give Back By Donating Hand Sanitizer to First Responders, Others in Need

March 2020

A Facebook Group Founded Locally is Sewing Homemade Medical Masks for Hospitals and Healthcare Workers Across the U.S.

Still Recovering From Sewage Spill Disaster, Food For People Struggles to Meet Community’s Increased Need for Services

CANCEL-19: A Running List of Humboldt Closures and Cancellations Related to Coronavirus Fears

(UPDATE: Meeting Cancelled) The City of Arcata is Forming a Strategic Arts Plan and Wants to Hear Your Ideas on How it Should Do That

(UPDATE) County Health Officer Answers Questions About Bacterial Meningitis, Says Family of Arcata High Student is Requesting Privacy

Humboldt Bay Fire Provides Update on Fallen Firefighter Memorial Fundraising Efforts

Food For People Throws Out $38,000 Worth of Food, Searches for New Location Following Last Week’s Devastating Sewage Spill

February 2020

After a Year and a Half Roaming Jah Knows Where, Richards’ Goat’s Stolen Goat Has Come Home to Rage

HSU Softball Player Dies After Second Battle With Cancer in Two Years

MAYOR WINKLER MAD! $500 Reward Offered For Info on Arcata Graffiti Vandals

Over Two Tons of Trash Removed From Illegal Hilfiker Lane Encampment

WATCH: Eureka Releases Video Promoting Itself in Hopes of Being Chosen for HGTV’s Reality Show Makeover

As The Blue Lake Rancheria Receives a Grant For Ensuring the Future of Native American Students, Local School Districts Struggle With Addressing Cultural Differences that Lead to High Suspensions

DOWNWARD FACING DO-GOODERS: Humboldt Firefighters Are Now Taking Yoga Classes So That They May Better Rescue You Someday

Need a Place to Fix That Bike? Arcata City Hall Has Got You!

January 2020

Local Students Give Speeches on How to Best Address California’s Most Pressing Issue: Homelessness

HELP US, HGTV! City of Eureka to Apply for Reality TV Show Makeover

The Debate About the Future of McKinleyville Has Begun; Advisory Committee and Public are Hashing Out What the Town Center May Look Like

Attention, Humboldt Poetry Fans! Eureka’s Poet Laureate Needs Your Help!

December 2019

Members of the Community Gathered on the Longest Night of the Year to Remember the Lives of the People Who Died on the Streets

(UPDATEL: FOUND) EPD Needs the Community’s Help in Locating a Missing/Runaway 13-Year-Old Girl

The City of Eureka Invites You a Birthday Party for Our Breathtakingly Beautiful City Hall

The Humboldt County Animal Shelter Will Hold Its 15th Annual Open House This Weekend

NOW THAT’S GOOD SURVEYIN’! One of Humboldt’s Own Wins Coveted State ‘Surveyor of the Year’ Award

California Attorney General’s Office Says it Will Not Take On Josiah Lawson Case

November 2019

(Video) Santa is in Old Town!!

Local Businesses are Donating a Car to a Person in Need, With Help From Betty Chinn

Local Nonprofit Receives $10,000 Grant From Tony Hawk Foundation to Help Build McKinleyville Skatepark

The City of Arcata Has a Three-Pronged Strategy to Get More Affordable Housing Built, and Wants Your Feedback

October 2019

Power Shutoff Moved to 7 P.M, According to Humboldt County OES

Humboldt to Lose Power at 5 P.M, Says Humboldt County Office of Emergency Services

(UPDATING) LoCO BLACKOUT NOTES: Random Tidbits You Might Find Useful

(WATCH) ‘Who Killed Josiah?’: Documentary Takes a Look at the Lawson Case

Addicted: One Man’s Path to Sobriety After Nearly 30 Years of Struggling With a Heroin Addiction.

Josiah Lawson Documentary Set to Air on Los Angeles Television Later This Month

Karuk Tribe Announces Passing of Beloved Leader

Film Chronicles Yurok Man’s Activism From the Wounded Knee Uprising to Standing Rock

Eureka Police Officers Now Have an App For Their Mental Health Needs

September 2019

Happy Quinceanera to Maria Jimenez!!


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