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High winds trigger Red Flag Warning

High winds trigger Red Flag Warning

    Mad River Union HUMBOLDT – The National Weather Service has issued a Red Flag Warning – an alert for dangerous fire conditions – for Thursday morning through Friday morning.  Low humidity and high winds will create conditions that could rapidly spread fires. For Arcata, the NWS is forecasting a high today of 63

COVID restrictions ease, but status is fragile

Indoor attendance at places of worship, movie theaters, restaurants, wineries and family entertainment centers such as bowling alleys is increased to 50 percent of capacity. ​Bars, breweries and distilleries can now operate indoors with modifications and at 50 percent of capacity. Gyms and fitness centers, including those in hotels, can also operate at 50 percent of capacity.

357 acre, including Dog Ranch, to be conserved on Samoa Peninsula

Friends of the Dunes SAMOA PENINSULA –Friends of the Dunes has completed a deal with Security National, the Humboldt Bay Harbor Recreation and Conservation District, the Wildlife Conservation Board, the California Natural Resources Agency, and the California State Coastal Conservancy to acquire the Samoa Dunes and Wetlands for the purposes of conservation and public access. 

Red Flag Warning issued for the mountains of Humboldt and beyond

Mad River Union HUMBOLDT – The National Weather Service has issued a Red Flag Warning for increased fire danger effective from tonight at 11 p.m. through Friday at 11 a.m. for the mountains of Humboldt and nearby counties. Strengthening winds, higher temperatures and lower humidity will increase fire danger across the mountain ridges of northwest

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