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Lit Cig Launch At HCSO Car Ends In Arrest Of Drunken Teens

Lit Cig Launch At HCSO Car Ends In Arrest Of Drunken Teens

HCSO Press Release On 06-22-2014, at approximately 11:30 p.m., a Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office deputy was driving a marked patrol car in the 1400 block of Hiller Road, McKinleyville. As the deputy approached a group of four pedestrians walking on the side of the road, one of them threw a lit cigarette at the passing

McK House Fire Damage Tallied At $236,841

Arcata Fire Press Release McKINLEYVILLE – Arcata Fire District personnel responded to the 1800 Block of Columbus Road, McKinleyville after receiving a report of a residential structure fire. Firefighters arrived and found the structure 20 percent involved in fire with flames coming out of the front door. One firefighter began a defensive fire attack while

Brinton Resigns From Arcata City Council (Updated)

Union Staff Report CITY HALL – In a brief announcement at the start of tonight’s Arcata City Council meeting, City Councilmember Shane Brinton announced that he will resign his seat effective Friday. Brinton has been caring for his mother, Susan, who is gravely ill. “It’s the best decision I can make for my family and

Valley West Mobile Home Destroyed In Fire

Arcata Fire Press Release Valley West Homes Damaged in Fire Resources Challenged by Multiple Incidents ARCATA, CA- (June 15, 2014) – Arcata Fire District units responded to a reported house fire at 6:17 p.m. last night in the Valley West area. The Valley West fire dispatch occurred two minutes after Arcata Fire District engines were notified

Obituaries: Allen Edward Shaw

Allen Edward Shaw, a wonderful father, business and community leader and member of the Greatest Generation ascended to the heavenly gates from his home on Memorial Day. With family members at his side, Allen comforted them by saying he would see them all again in 50 years. Beloved son of Edward Allen and Jessica Angelina

Nature + Love + Science = Humboldt Bay Eaglets

Kevin L. Hoover Mad River Union   HUMBOLDT – If you had two, and sometimes four of California’s 1,000-plus American Bald Eagles (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) in your backyard, you might soon make the acquaintance of scientists and tree climbers too, plus news scribblers and snappers and, this being the cyber-age, tens of thousands of social media

Banding the Humboldt Bay Eaglets, 2014

Kevin L. Hoover Mad River Union HUMBOLDT – Humboldt Bay’s own eagle nest saw an annual visit from its wildlife scientist mentors Friday, June 6, as this year’s pair of eaglets were brought down, banded, then returned to their parents’ custody. Biologists Dave Garcelon, Jim Campbell-Spickler and Sandra Hunt-von Arb conducted the operation. The Humboldt Bay Eagles