June 2018

City Council Set to Discuss New Plans for Eureka Waterfront Property; More Shops, Homes and a Park Possibly in Old Town’s Future

HSU Will Host a Public Meeting to Discuss ‘The Village’ Proposal

17 Quotes From Last Night’s Community Forum on Guns in Eureka

May 2018

Arcata Residents Share Their Thoughts With Recruiter Brought in to Help Hire a New Chief of Police

(UPDATE: Show Canceled) Mateel Once Again Invites Gay-Bashing Dancehall Star Sizzla to Perform Despite Public Opposition

GoFundMe Setup for Longtime Humboldt Residents Affected By Leilani Lava Flow

Just One Local Brewery Will Be on Tap at Oyster Fest This Year, After Negotiations Sour Between Arcata Main Street and Group of Local Brewers

April 2018

HSU Announces Death of Local Student

Arcata’s City Manager Attempts to Answer Questions Surrounding Police Chief’s Resignation

Briceland Volunteer Fire Department to Hold Fundraiser for Local Firefighter Who Suffered Major Spinal Cord Injury in South America

March 2018

Sheriff’s Office on School Violence Threats in Humboldt: If You See Something, Say Something

Permanent Home Selected for Trinidad Memorial Lighthouse

February 2018

You Decide! Where Should We Put This Trinidad Memorial Lighthouse?

LAWSON CASE UPDATE: Arcata Police Still Awaiting DNA Testing Results

December 2017

HOLIDAY JOY: Anonymous Local Donates $5,000 Worth of $100 Gift Cards Now Being Handed Out by Eureka Police Officers

November 2017

A Prayer for Claudia

Vigil for McKinleyville Woman Detained by ICE to Be Held Tonight; ‘Deportation Defense’ Online Fundraiser Launched

Community Members Chow Down Together at Free Harvest Feast in Arcata’s Veterans Memorial Building

Arcata Christens New Stretch of Humboldt Bay Trail

October 2017

Oh, You’re So Smart? Well, Make Sequoia Park Better Then!

Eureka Parks and Recreation Hasn’t Received Enough Donations for Its Annual Halloween Costume Drive

EPD Officers Headed to Mendocino to Assist During Fires; Drop Donations at the Station Today and Tomorrow

Local Volunteers Drove Loads of Donated Supplies to Help Santa Rosa Fire Victims Last Night

Mercer-Fraser Workers Post Sign Supporting Toddler Who Nearly Drowned Last Month in Shasta Lake

‘We are doing OK’: Humboldt County Sheriff’s Deputy Gives His Firsthand Account of the Las Vegas Shooting

Time’s Up For Saving Trinidad Memorial Lighthouse

August 2017

The KKK is Not Active in McKinleyville, Says Sheriff Honsal

Arcata Police Chief Denounces Alt-Right, Announces Launch of ‘Not in Our Town’ Campaign

July 2017

The City of Fortuna Mourns Dennis Wendt and Roger Harwood

Eureka Wins Competitive Bid to Have Downtown Area Certified as One of the State’s First Official Cultural Districts

Are You Ready For a Skate Park, McKinleyville?

June 2017

(VIDEO) This Morning’s Lawson Murder Press Conference Offers Few Updates

Community Members Rally to Help Clean Up Betty Chinn’s Vandalized Warehouse; Donations Sought Via GoFundMe

May 2017

Amid Funding Troubles, County Library Struggles With Increased Crime, Drug Use and Homelessness

(PHOTOS/VIDEO) After Busy Week, Family and Friends of Josiah Lawson Still Seeking Justice

Arcata’s Police Chief, Vice Mayor React to Zoellner Hearing Ruling

April 2017

United by Tragedy, HSU Community Celebrates the Life and Mourns the Death of David Josiah Lawson

‘He Was the One’: Josiah Lawson, Humboldt State Student and President of Brothers United, Remembered at Campus Prayer Service

Slain HSU Student to be Remembered at Prayer Service Tonight, Vigil on Thursday

March 2017

Supervisors Approve Southern Humboldt Community Park Project

Major Development Project for Southern Humboldt Community Park Comes Before Supervisors Tuesday

Active Slide Threatens to Send Trinidad’s Memorial Lighthouse Tumbling Into the Pacific Ocean

February 2017

Sheriff Mike Downey Announces Retirement Date

Latino Group to Hold Press Conference Demanding Local Law Enforcement Not Cooperate With ICE

January 2017

Eureka Police Chief Andy Mills’ Martin Luther King Day Celebration Speech (AUDIO/TEXT)

Hundreds Gather for Possibly the Largest Martin Luther King Jr. Day Celebration Turnout in Humboldt History

December 2016

Make Humboldt Warm and Fuzzy Again

November 2016

Betty Chinn Brings Thanksgiving to the Homeless for 24th Year

Former Eureka City Councilmember Jim Howard Passes Away at Age 100

October 2016

Landlord Agrees to Pay Off Alleged Squatters at Former Senior Home, Ending Months-long Property Dispute

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