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Eureka man arrested after report of suspicious vehicle in Loleta, sheriff’s office says
On May 19, 2018, at about 10:40 p.m., the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office Emergency Communications Center received a report of a suspicious vehicle parked on the 500 block of Scenic Drive in Loleta. According to the reporting party, a male and female subject exited the vehicle, removed several bags
Sheriff’s deputies recover stolen vehicle in Eureka
On May 20, 2018, at about 4 a.m., a Humboldt County Sheriff’s deputy was conducting a routine patrol of Pennsylvania Ave., in the county jurisdiction of Eureka, when the deputy observed a suspicious vehicle parked in front of a residence on the 2300 block of Jersey Ave.
Arcata Needs Volunteers to Help Remove Invasive Plant Species in Community Forest This Saturday
Volunteers are asked to meet at 9 a.m. at the Community Forest Trail Number Five trailhead located near the top of Diamond Drive, and are advised to wear a long-sleeved shirt, work pants and boots, and to bring water. Gloves, tools, beverages and lunch will be provided.
Officials searching for missing Blue Lake woman
Officials said on May 14, at about 1:30 p.m., Egan's husband reported her as missing after her employer notified him that Egan had failed to show up for work.
City of Arcata Accepting Enrollment for Bayside Park Farm Shares for Summer 2018
Bayside Park Farm is a 3-acre vegetable farm located in the City of Arcata’s Bayside Park that is dedicated to cultivating connections between the community and sustainable agriculture. The Bayside Park Farm share program was the first CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) in Arcata, and it has prov
Arcata police officer part of 300 mile bike ride - KIEM-TV | Redwood News
Sergeant Chris Wilson, of the APD has taken part in the 300 mile bike ride for the past five years. Although he was injured a few days before this year’s ride, he still took part in the event, as a support vehicle following behind the riders.
Eureka girls peaking at the right time
More importantly for a team that has played a tougher schedule than any other Division-III school in the section, a 3-8 start to the season now seems like a long time ago, and they have plenty of momentum heading into next week’s North Coast Section playoffs.
Kinetic Grand Championship veteran racers pulling out all the stops, old favorites for 50th race
But with this Memorial Day weekend being the 50th race, veteran racers and organizers are pulling out all the stops and some old favorites to mark the occasion — in Thoman’s case, a 2,040-pound, giant, paper mache, metallic “Hippypotamus” made by Ken Beidleman.
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(Listen) Angry Business Owner Has Nearby Cat Painting Scratched, Artist Interviewed; Other Top Stories
Angry Business Owner Has Nearby Cat Painting Scratched, Artist Interviewed(6:42)Samantha Moorehas agreed to paint another utility box for the City of Eureka, perhaps this time adding some glitter. She chats about herself, her art, and the situation.
Arcata moves toward drafting locked gun storage law
“This item came up at public comment at your May 2, 2018, meeting and members of the public requested that the council consider passing an ordinance that would require, within the city of Arcata, firearms to be unloaded and stored in lockers or safes,” Arcata City Manager Karen Diemer said.
Arcata City Council to weigh student ‘Village’
A series of public hearings before the commission since November saw the scope of the project on St. Louis Road narrow from 800 to 700 beds, one building lowered a story, solar panels added to the roof, the buildings moved farther away from property lines and landscaping added. A group, Arcata Citiz
Motorcycle Collides With Car in Eureka
At approximately 8:15 p.m., a motorcycle crashed into a vehicle on 5th Street and Myrtle Avenue in Eureka. According to a witness, no one was injured.
Sheriff’s office seeks help finding missing Blue Lake woman
On May 14, 2017, at about 1:30 p.m., the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office received a missing persons report for Blue Lake resident Janet Egan. Egan was reported missing by her husband after her employer notified him that Egan had failed to appear for work. Egan was last seen around 7:45 a.m. near th
Months-long investigation leads to arrest of suspected burl poacher
On March 27, law enforcement rangers served a search warrant in Orick. During the service of the search warrant multiple pieces of old-growth redwood were discovered matching the poaching site. Rangers also discovered methamphetamine, drug paraphernalia, illegal weapons and various items of stolen p
Music Tonight: Saturday, May 19
Rock 'n' roll's afoot in Eureka and Arcata at 8 p.m. I used to call two simultaneous shows I wanted to see at different venues "slingshot shows," which made sense to me at the time. Anyway, slingshot your way across the bay and back to catch what you can of these two if you have the fortitude. Siren
Little 4 makes history this week
You guys are what make the Charlie Lakin Memorial Tournament a special occasion, a unique occasion, and why no Big 5 team in their right mind should ever underestimate what their “Little” neighbors are capable of (not that they do).
Arcata hosts plaza statue scoping meeting
A decades-old debate about the placement of the bronze effigy of President William McKinley that has towered at the center of the plaza for more than 110 years resurfaced in October 2017. That led to the Arcata City Council voting 4-1 in February, with Councilman Michael Winkler dissenting, to remov
Missing Blue Lake woman last seen in Eureka - KIEM-TV | Redwood News
On May 14, 2017, at about 1:30 p.m., the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office received a missing persons report for Blue Lake resident Janet Egan. Egan was reported missing by her husband after her employer notified him that Egan had failed to appear for work.
Arcata discusses safe storage firearm ordinance requiring gun owners to unload and lock up
"Anyone breaking into your house are opportunists, they ambush and they prey on surprise attacks," Ostrom said. "If someone's trying to break into your home, you don't have time to run to your safe, grab your unloaded firearm, then run to where your ammo is and load the thing. It just doesn't do you