3 hrs ago
Veterans stand ready to give back with a hand up
The 55-year-old Navy veteran said he first checked out the annual gathering that supports veterans "just to check it out, and in the second year I decided to volunteer."
7 hrs ago
Curah Lynn Bates was born June 1 at Mad River Hospital in Arcata. She weighed 8 pounds 10 ounces and measured 20.5 inches.
11 hrs ago
North Coast Journal Weekly Politics
Interview with a Ganjier
Wind your way just south of Garberville, through the narrow driveway behind the Renner gas station and, if you can find a place to park, you're in OG Kush heaven.
13 hrs ago
Fishing the North Coast: Potential Klamath fish kill looming on the...
Nine-year-old Anika Sundeen of Arcata hooked and landed this 20-pound Ling Cod on a recent trip to Cape Mendocino aboard Eureka-based charter boat Reel Steel.
Wed Jul 30, 2014
Fathers Supporting Fathers: Uplifting men at The MAC
At the Multiple Assistance Center in Eureka, known fondly as The MAC, it is not hard to find a success story.
Potential candidates can still file papers for city offices
The window to file papers to run for city office in Humboldt County is beginning to close, according to officials.
APD: Suspect being sought after altercation in Sunny Brae resulted in firearm discharge
On Saturday, at approximately 1:00 am, the Arcata Police Department received the report of a gunshot followed by a person yelling for help in the Wiley Court area of Sunny Brae.
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Beck Song Reader, Melissa Aldana & Crash Trio and Ensemble Economique
Originally presented in book form, Beck's 2012 sheet-music "album" was a throwback to the way music was distributed well into the 20th century.
Tue Jul 29, 2014
Police probe possible link to 2010 Arcata fire spree
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.
Election Roundup: Arroyo to announce Eureka candidacy, Pitino confirmed as Arcata candidate
Natalie Arroyo will announce her candidacy for the Eureka City Council's 5th Ward seat on Aug. 6, according to a press release.
Arcata police: Camping argument leads to two stabbings
A weekend camping dispute that ended with two stabbings is under investigation, Arcata Police Department Sgt.
APD: 2 men stabbed after argument over camping location
On Saturday at approximately 0230 hrs, the Arcata Police Department received a 911 call from a subject reporting he had just been assaulted by two men.
Mon Jul 28, 2014
Five Dumpsters set on fire in Eureka; one man detained by police
A series of Dumpster fires in Eureka on Saturday night had Humboldt Bay firefighters scrambling and the Eureka Police Department taking a person of interest into custody.
Sun Jul 27, 2014
Federal grant will benefit local youth
The Department of Health and Human Services' Transition Age Youth Division has received $30,926 in funding from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Editor's Note: Oh Humboldt a " there's no place like home
I remember when I turned 10, I was really excited to have reached my first decade.
Sat Jul 26, 2014
Boom town: Humboldt tourism bigger than ever
Shelley Wells, "beer tender" and shift lead at the Humboldt Bay Tourism Center, describes some of the center's offerings of local oysters and beer to patrons on Thursday afternoon.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
HSU looks to offer more business internship opportunities
Humboldt State University's business department internship program will soon be expanding to offer opportunities in Fortuna and the Eel River Valley, according to officials.
Arcata police on the lookout for burglary suspect
On June 4, 2014 at approximately 8:30 a.m., a burglary occurred in the 900 block of Buttermilk Lane of Arcata wherein several credit cards were stolen and used at various locations.
Child molestation case sentencing challenged
The former Arcata pastor currently serving an 18-year prison sentence for sexually abusing his two adopted daughters, one of whom he repeatedly molested, was transported back to the Humboldt County jail this week after the state Court of Appeal ruled that he was not given a chance to argue for a new defense attorney during his resentencing hearing, ... (more)
Thu Jul 24, 2014
Drought impacts: Local producers starting to receive farm bill payments
Dean Hunt looked out over the cattle grazing in the pastures of his farm nestled in the Arcata Bottom as he talked about the impacts the drought has had on the business, including the rising cost of feed and the number of cattle available for purchase.