2 hrs ago
Eureka burglary suspects arrested
On Wednesday at about midnight, the Humboldt County Sheriff's Office responded to a residence located in the 1700 block of Quaker Street, Eureka, regarding a residential burglary alarm.
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3 hrs ago
CR, Mendocino to pursue MOU
The board of trustees of the Redwoods Community College District unanimously approved a recommendation from Kathy Smith, president of College of the Redwoods, to negotiate a memorandum of understanding with Mendocino College to allow classes to continue at CR's Fort Bragg campus in the fall.
8 hrs ago
North Coast Journal Weekly Politics
The Corned Beef Circuit
Booze always steals the limelight on St. Patrick's Day . Green beer and Jameson put that festive sparkle in your eye, but without food in your gut, that sparkle will quickly fade.
12 hrs ago
Election Round-up: Bass endorsed by local union
Virginia Bass, 4th District Humboldt County supervisor, has received a reelection endorsement from the Operating Engineers Local Union No.
Thu Mar 13, 2014
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California earthquake: A new threat emerges
In the 1980s, scientists initiated a study to uncover the mystery behind an orphan tsunami that struck Japan in the year 1700.
California earthquake: Threat of monster quake bigger than thought, researchers say
Scientists said that a major earthquake along northern California's Cascadia fault could cause more destruction and death than previously thought.
Humboldt's youth can act to make a difference
When you hear references to the millennial generation, what do you think? What qualities come to mind? Do you relate the phrase "Service Above Self" to this generation? While my generation is touted for its optimism, not everyone sees millennials in a positive light.
Two arrested in Eureka
On Wednesday, at 2:15 p.m., detectives with the Eureka Police Department's Problem Oriented Policing Unit served a search warrant in the 2800 block of Spring Street in Eureka.
Maritime Museum hosts 'Boat Day' fundraiser
The first-ever "Historic Boat Day" will be hosted by the Humboldt Bay Maritime Museum from 3 to 7:30 p.m. Saturday at Zerlang & Zerlang Marine Services Boat Yard, 1493 Fay St. in "Finnetown" -- across from Eureka and just south of Samoa on the North Spit.
Garden Jewels on Russ and Wood streets
The Eureka Sequoia Garden Club has now completed honoring 170 home and business owners for creating beautiful front yards on their properties.
Looking back: Murl Harpham retired after 56 years with Eureka Police Department
As Murl Harpham, 80, sat in his Eureka home on a Friday afternoon flipping through a scrapbook filled with newspaper clippings from the early days of his career in law enforcement, he recounted memories -- his first marijuana arrest, an office arson and a plane crash in Humboldt Bay.
Wed Mar 12, 2014
Celebrate 'National Pi Day' with local pie
Just in time for National Pi Day, where people celebrate Pi by eating pie, and in celebration of the 10th anniversary of its publication, former Humboldt County author Natasha Wing has re-released her book "A Slice of Humboldt Pie: Stories & Recipes."
When is it the right time to hang up the car keys? CHP, Humboldt...
Eureka resident Mildred Mitchell, 87, said she has never wanted to stop driving but has thought many times about what will happen when the time comes when she'll have to hang up her keys.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
County holds successful interactive budget meeting; $2 million in cuts to services needed
The Humboldt County budget meeting for fiscal year 2014-2015 held Thursday, March 6, was conducted via Access Humboldt with Humboldt County supervisors, each at a site in their district with their constituents.
Cooking fire torches Eureka house; no injuries
At approximately 3:08 a.m. today, Humboldt Bay Fire was dispatched to a reported structure fire in the vicinity of Pine and W. Clark Street.
Christian Science Monitor
California earthquake: 6.8 temblor erupts from hot spot off northern coast
A strong earthquake shook the northern California and southern Oregon coasts Sunday night, causing frayed nerves, little damage, and a renewed respect for a shifting, postage-stamp patch of offshore crust known as the Gorda plate.
Earthquake Expected to Create Aftershocks for Next Few Days
By Bay City News- There were no reported injuries from a powerful earthquake that shook off the coast of Eureka on Sunday night but aftershocks are expected for the region in the next few days.
CHP rescue two Eureka residents stuck in the mud
A California Highway Patrol helicopter crew rescued two Eureka residents on Monday after their vehicle got stuck in deep mud off Showers Pass Road in Kneeland, according to authorities.
Location of Sunday's 6.9 quake reduced impact to North Coast
Sunday's 6.9 magnitude earthquake may have been more powerful than the county's last major earthquake in 2010, but it resulted in significantly less damage, authorities said today.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Depth, Distance Reduce Impact of California Quake
One of the largest earthquakes to hit California in decades rattled the state's northern coast, but its depth and distance from shore reduced the impact on land, where there were no reports of injuries or damage, scientists and authorities said.