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The Fourth Street McDonald's will re-open its doors with a soft opening and ribbon cutting ceremony Friday in front of the new building constructed in under three months, according to officials.
"Last Leaves of Autumn" is an acrylic by Dolores Terry, one of three longtime friends showing work together for the first time at Los Bagels in Old Town, with a reception on Saturday night.
The Humboldt County Sheriff's Office is attempting to locate a high risk missing 15 year old female runaway juvenile named Yaa-Mitch Stormy Friday Erickson.
The Rio Dell Chamber of Commerce, home to a gallery of work by members of the Eagle Prairie Arts District.
Talk to a well driller long enough, and his devotion to making water gush up for yet another happy homeowner becomes infectious.
Between June 13 and July 30, Hoby's Market, Scotia has been burglarized three times.
Social media is teeming with pictures of small bright blue sea creatures washing up all over California beaches, with sightings reported in Humboldt County, Monterey and Ocean Beach.
The first weekend in August means one thing to reggae fans from all throughout Northern California and beyond: Reggae! Next weekend is the 30th Annual Reggae On The River, being held once again at the original location at French's Camp in southern Humboldt County July 31 through Aug. 3. Reggae On The River is such an iconic music festival that ... (more)
Following two previously successful federal and state court legal actions, conservation groups and local residents filed a lawsuit in federal court on July 28 challenging Caltrans' renewed approval of a controversial highway-widening project that would endanger ancient and irreplaceable redwood trees in Richardson Grove State Park in Humboldt ... (more)
BALTIMORE, MD, United States / ACCESSWIRE / July 30, 2014 / Integrated Cannabis Solutions, Inc. is pleased to announce that the founders and management team of Greenway Holdings, Inc. have formed Greenway Collective, a non-profit medical cannabis collective.
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.
The preliminary hearing for murder defendant Benjamin Jasper Carter was postponed this morning due to both the prosecution and defense waiting on a couple of reports, according to Deputy District Attorney Luke Brownfield.
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.
An out-of-town man who said he was shot in the foot while trying to break up a fight between two others is recovering from his injuries, the Humboldt County Sheriff's Office announced Monday.
On 07-25-2014, at approximately 9:30 p.m., a deputy assigned to the City of Blue Lake, stopped a 1992 red Chevy pickup truck for speeding on Greenwood Road, Blue Lake.
Updated: Fri Aug 01, 2014 12:18 am
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