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North Coast Railroad Authority to vet offer on Balloon Track lease

What: North Coast Railroad Authority Board of Directors meeting When: 10:30 a.m. today Where: Supervisors’ chamber, first floor, Humboldt County Courthouse, 825 Fifth St., Eureka The full agenda can be found online at www.northcoastrailroad.org/meetings.html. The North Coast Railroad Authority Board of Directors is set to meet in Eureka on Wednesday …

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Weather Forecast: Cooler Inland Through Thursday

Eureka, Arcata & Crescent City – Noticeably cooler afternoon highs for the inland and interior beginning Wednesday. Afternoon highs will fall to near normal on Wednesday.  Coverage of mountain thunderstorms will drop off compared to Tuesday with only a… Article Source

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EPD Offering $10,000 Signing Bonus for Qualified Officers – Redheaded Blackbelt

The Eureka Police Department is currently searching for qualified California Lateral Police Officers seeking new opportunities to serve with a forward-looking, professional, community-oriented policing organization that will value the knowledge and experience you can bring to our team. $10,000 SIGNING BONUS Successful applicants are eligible to receive a $10,000 signing …

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Solano Co. Plane Crash Victims ID’d As Concord, McKinleyville Residents

CONCORD, CA — The Solano County coroner’s office Monday identified a Concord resident and an Arcata resident as the father and son who died in a plane crash Saturday near Benicia. Solano County authorities say the pilot, Terry Vallee, 67, of Arcata, and his son, Preston Vallee, 42, of Concord …

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Beyond Confederacy: California confronts its legacy of slavery and genocide

Back when Assemblywoman Monique Limón served on the school board in Santa Barbara, the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians donated an encyclopedia-style dictionary to the local schools about their language and culture. Limón, born and raised in Santa Barbara, was mesmerized when she turned the pages, learning so much …

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HSU police officer wounded by shooter; suspect killed in return fire

A Humboldt State University police officer was wounded and a 26-year-old man was fatally shot in an exchange of gunfire at the Arcata Plaza’s bar row early Saturday morning just before closing time, according to the Arcata Police Department. The APD states the suspect had reportedly been involved in an …

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Storms help but not ‘fire season ending storm’

The following is a press release from the U.S. Forest Service: EUREKA, California, September 10, 2017 – Current fires and fire complexes on the Six Rivers National Forest include the Orleans Complex and the Oak Fire (part of the Klamath National Forest’s Eclipse Complex). “Managing wildfire this late in the …

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Obituary: Transition: Jessie Anne (Colvin) Scott (Oct. 11, 1934-Sept. 9, 2017) (9/12/17)

Jessie Anne (Colvin) Scott, of Eureka Springs, was born Oct. 11, 1934 in Lawrence, Kan., daughter of Victor K. and Margaret J. (Roper) Scott. She departed this life Saturday, Sept. 9, 2017, in Fayetteville, Ark. at the age of 82. Jessie was a 1952 Eureka Springs graduate and attended the …

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Burgess sentenced to 7 years for robbery – KIEM-TV

EUREKA- 25-year-old Anthony Manuel Burgess was sentenced to 7 years in state prison after pleading guilty to using a firearm during the commission of a robbery in Eureka on August 10, Burgess is a member of the Sureño gang, known by the gang moniker, “Creeper.” On August 9, the victim …

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Arcata police identify man killed, officers involved in Saturday shooting – KIEM-TV

From APD: On Saturday, at about 1:25 a.m., the Arcata Police Department received a 9-1-1 call reporting a group of males physically fighting in the street near 9th and H Streets. Officers from Arcata Police and University Police Departments arrived on-scene at 1:27 a.m. When the officers arrived they did …

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