March 2020

Klamath River Nonprofit Has Enough Money to Complete Dam Removal, It Announces After Key Federal Filing

January 2020

What’s Next for the Post-Statue Plaza? Improvement Task Force to Finalize Draft That Will Offer New Recommendations to the Arcata City Council

Sign Company Owner Threatens Lawsuit as Harbor District Looks to Ban New Billboards, Prohibit Repairs to Old Ones In Its Jurisdiction

HEADS UP: Caltrans Has Started Removing Eucalyptus Along Highway 101 Safety Corridor

Shots Fired in Danco Town: Samoa Residents Unnerved, Distressed by Owner-Approved Shooting Range

December 2019

The County Has Abandoned Its Attempt to Buy a City Block in Eureka and Turn It Into a Parking Lot

Arcata Hopes to Address Housing Needs by Focusing on Infill, Faster Permit Processes and Moving College Students from Single-Family Homes to Affordable Rental Units

NEW TITLES! Arcata City Council Fulfills Annual Requirement, Elects New Mayor and Vice-Mayor

‘Overwhelmed With Generosity’: Local High Schoolers Help Make McGuire’s Humboldt Holiday Food Drive a ‘Huge Success’

TODAY in SUPES: County Asks for Assurance That Trinity River Water Won’t Get Diverted to New Central Valley Reservoir

November 2019

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

October 2019

Newsom Wants PG&E to Give $100 Rebate to All Residential Customers Affected by Blackout

WE HAVE A WINNER! Eureka Announces New City Manager Hire

Caltrans is Bringing in an Arborist to Assess Health and Safety of Eucalyptus Trees Along 101 Safety Corridor

Governor Newsom Signs Wildfire Bills from Wood and McGuire Into Law

August 2019

Cal State University System to Provide Immigration Legal Services to Students and Employees; HSU Says Plan Will Meet ‘Major Need’ for Its Estimated 100 Undocumented Students

Arcata City Councilman Wants ‘Archaic’ Pledge of Allegiance Wiped From Council Meetings. Do You Agree?

That Coastal Commission Meeting Was a Confusing Mess. Did They Even Mean to Advance the Hotel Project?

Coastal Commission Gives Green Light to 100-Room Hotel on Trinidad Rancheria … as Long as the Tribe Can Find a Reliable Water Supply

Coastal Commission Approves Eureka-Arcata Highway 101 Corridor Improvement Project

Coastal Commission Preview: Trinidad Hotel, Arcata-Eureka Corridor Project on Agenda for Meeting in Eureka

July 2019

(UPDATE) Marijuana Grow Neighboring Arcata’s Jacoby Creek Community Forest Causes Logistical Nightmare for Government Agencies; City Expresses Concerns About Owner’s Sketchy History

Tribes Say They’ve Been Left Out of the Process on Potter Valley Project, but Congressman Huffman Begs to Differ

Sparks and the City: A Look Into the Retiring City Managers Contributions to Eureka During Some Tough Times

(UPDATED) Humboldt County Supervisor Mike Wilson to be Appointed to the California Coastal Commission

The Governor’s Deadline to Pick a Local Rep for the Coastal Commission Has Expired With No Selection

The State Corruption Investigation Into Humboldt’s Public Administrator Bureau Seems to Have Fallen Into a Black Hole

A New State Law is Changing How Courts Treat the Mentally Ill, But in Humboldt It’s Not That Easy

June 2019

Humboldt County Joins North Coast Coalition Seeking to Take Over the Potter Valley Project, Which Diverts Water from the Eel River

May 2019

Deportation, Forest Fires, Poverty and Patriotism: Winners of Huffman’s Congressional Art Competition Reflect 2019 America

County Approves ‘Cannabis Village’ With Onsite Sales and Consumption for Reggae on the River

Stakeholders Voice Concerns and Cautious Optimism About Offshore Wind Energy at McGuire-Hosted Hearing

McGuire to Host Hearing in Eureka Friday on Potential Impacts of Offshore Wind Energy to Fish and Wildlife

Arcata City Council to Consider Banning Plastic Cups, Water Bottles and Other Disposable Food Packaging Items That Are Bad for Gaia

April 2019

(VIDEO) Rep. Huffman Hypes SF Crowd for His Former Roommate and 2020 Presidential Candidate Beto O’Rourke

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

Federal Government Partners With Yurok Tribe to Bring California Condor Back to Pacific Northwest

March 2019

In Odd Rebuke, Governor’s Office Rejects All North Coast Nominees for Coastal Commission, Calls for New List of Candidates

These are Humboldt County’s Former Death Row Inmates, Who Will Now Live Out the Rest of Their Lives in Prison

(VIDEO) Bye-Bye, Bill: The William McKinley Statue is Headed to Ohio

Coastal Commission Rules in Favor of Trinidad Rancheria in its Pursuit of Federal Trust Status for Harbor Property

Trinidad Rancheria Wants Harbor Property Placed in Federal Trust, Raising Concerns About Public Access, Environment and Tribal Rights

Eureka Councilmember Natalie Arroyo Honored as ‘Woman of the Year’ by Assemblymember Jim Wood

Rio Dell Mayor Meets with Governor Newsom to Discuss Housing

February 2019

Arroyo and Watson Join Officials From Fort Bragg, Crescent City in Pursuit of Coastal Commission Seat

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

January 2019

Redwood National Park to Resume Regular Operations After Lengthy Government Shutdown

Food For People Offers Services to Furloughed Employees During Government Shutdown

Are You a Frustrated, Furloughed Government Worker? The Sequoia Park Zoo Will Let You Stare Angrily at Its Donald Trump Bird For Free!

Meet Rio Dell’s New Mayor!

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