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Humboldt State issues statement on The Village

Humboldt State issues statement on The Village

HSU Joins Effort to Create New Student Housing Humboldt State University is working to finalize a partnership with the development group AMCAL to create new housing for more than 600 students near campus. The project, a significantly revised version of the Village project that has been in development for a number of years, would increase

Small storm may bring rain

Mad River Union HUMBOLDT – A small storm is coming to Humboldt County late Friday evening and may linger on Saturday with some light rain and lower temperatures. The National Weather Service is forecasting patchy fog on Friday before 11 a.m., followed by partially sunny skies. The high in Arcata will be a mellow 63.

Man killed when car flips, hits tree near Stone Lagoon

Mad River Union STONE LAGOON – The driver of a Honda SUV was killed this morning near Stone Lagoon when the car he was driving went off U.S. Highway 101, flipped over and collided with a tree. The man’s name is being withheld pending notification of next of kin. At about  10:24 a.m. the man was

Fifth District race too close to call

Jack Durham Mad River Union HUMBOLDT – With thousands of votes yet to be counted, the results of the race for Fifth District supervisor may not be known for two weeks. The Election Night Final Report shows incumbent Ryan Sundberg trailing challenger Steve Madrone by a mere 33 votes. Madrone received 2,410 votes, or 50.25

Nonstop ACV-to-LAX service begins

HUMBOLDT COUNTY CELEBRATES THE LAUNCH OF UNITED AIRLINES NON-STOP SERVICE TO LOS ANGELES INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (LAX) RREDC Press Release HUMBOLDT – Elected officials, business and community leaders, and the general public are celebrating the launch of United Airlines new non-stop service from Humboldt County to the Los Angeles International Airport (LAX).    “United is excited to

McKinleyville to view ‘The Danger of a Single Story’

Jack Durham Mad River Union MCKINLEYVILLE – A group that formed last year to confront racism in McKinleyville is holding its first public event this week. The McKinleyville Alliance for Racial Equity (MARE) will show Nigerian writer Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s TED talk “The Danger of a Single Story” and hold a discussion about it on

Interim Police Chief Rick Ehle starts work Monday

CITY OF ARCATA APPOINTS RICHARD EHLE AS INTERIM POLICE CHIEF Arcata, CA, June 7, 2018 – The City of Arcata announced today that Richard “Rick” Ehle has been appointed Arcata Police Department’s Interim Chief of Police. “Chief Ehle’s leadership will allow our existing personnel to maintain their current focus and his experience will provide opportunities

HSU now partnering with AMCAL on revised ‘The Village’ student housing project

Kevin L. Hoover Mad River Union ARCATA – In a 180 degree reversal of the public position it has taken for months, Humboldt State University is announcing a “partnership” with the developers of The Village student housing project. The partnership is announced in a letter from HSU President Lisa Rossbacher dated June 6, which is to

Deputy assaulted, newspaper rack destroyed

Mad River Union EUREKA – A woman was arrested Sunday, June 3 after she allegedly got drunk, destroyed a newspaper rack and then assaulted a deputy in front of the Sheriff’s Office entrance on Fourth Street in Eureka. At about 2:30 a.m. Humboldt County Sheriff’s deputies were dispatched to the Fourth Street entrance of the

Supervisors urged to fund transitional housing

Daniel Mintz Mad River Union HUMBOLDT – Requests for funding outpatient addiction treatment and transitional housing services have been well-received by Humboldt County supervisors. At their May 22 meeting, supervisors considered a letter from the county’s Behavioral Health Board that requests support for continuum of care – the step-by-step series of services leading to addiction

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