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Coast Central Financial and Retirement Planning recently announced that Andrew Shaw will join Mark Gorge on the team of financial advisers through CUNA Brokerage Services, Inc. Shaw graduated from Humboldt State University with a degree in finance, according to a Coast Central press release.
Fred Nelson was kind enough to share his KINS News Talk Radio July 25 "Community Comment" with me and I feel the need to add my perspective to the Post Office's latest round of "consolidations."
This painting by Jim McVicker depicts his plein air painting class. It was painted by him en plein air, of course.
If you see what looks like a police investigation going on around Fourth and Commercial today in Eureka, it's only a training exercise.
On Saturday from 6 to 9 p.m., Scott Hemphill will be opening a substantial show of copper sculptures during Arts Alive! with music, food and wine, at MikkiMoves Real Estate, 805 Seventh St. in Eureka.
Shown here are herders belonging to the Mursi Tribe, Omo Valley, Ethiopia. Photographer Maureen Fitzgerald is showing a selection of her images from a recent trip to Ethiopia at the Ethiopian International Cafe, 210 Fourth St. in Eureka.
Workers ready the signs and the landscaping at the new McDonald's on Fourth Street in Eureka this afternoon.
On Thursday, July 31st, an elderly woman was sent to the hospital after she drove the wrong way on US-101 Northbound, north of Bayside Cutoff, and collided into a second vehicle.
Eureka resident Kim Bergel announced her candidacy for the 3rd Ward of City Council at noon today in front of Eureka City Hall.
At the Multiple Assistance Center in Eureka, known fondly as The MAC, it is not hard to find a success story.
A woman who assisted white supremacists David "Joey" Pedersen and Holly Ann Grigsby before and during their 2011 murder spree was sentenced Wednesday to five years of probation.
The window to file papers to run for city office in Humboldt County is beginning to close, according to officials.
Less than a week after finishing his 18-day sentence for setting two Dumpsters on fire in Arcata, a West Virginia man is back in custody after this weekend's rash of Eureka Dumpster blazes, and authorities are looking into a possible link to a 2010 series of unsolved Arcata arsons.
Criminal Investigations Section , served a Search Warrant at the 3500 block of Summer Street in Eureka.
On Monday, detectives from the Eureka Police Departments Problem Oriented Policing Unit conducted a probation search at an apartment building in the 1800 block of "A" Street in Eureka.
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