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Suspected stolen check cashers nabbed in the act

Suspected stolen check cashers nabbed in the act

Kevin L. Hoover Mad River Union McKINLEYVILLE/EUREKA – On the morning of Aug. 30, PacOut Green Team organizer Aaron Ostrom’s truck was burglarized in front of his McKinleyville home. “The one time I left my dang truck unlocked,” Ostrom lamented. He has video of the suspects ransacking it. Among the items the culprits made off with

Witness to a hammer attack

This morning, Sept. 10,  I witnessed a man attack another man with a hammer. I was in my car waiting for the light to turn green on Myrtle Avenue at Fourth Street shortly before 10:30 a.m. I glanced over at the parking lot of La Patria Mariscos & Grill Restaurant and saw a man with

Suspect caught after vandalism spree in Old Town Eureka

Eureka Police EUREKA – Between 09/11/2018 and 09-13-2018, Officers with the Eureka Police Department have responded to approximately 25 reports of vandalism to vehicles.  A majority of the reported damage to the vehicles was tires being slashed, however some victims also reported paint damage.  None of the victims could provide any suspect descriptions or reason

Sneaker waves and why you should avoid the beach today and this weekend

Mad River Union HUMBOLDT – Big, fat ocean swells have spurred the National Weather Service to issue a sneaker wave warning for this afternoon through Sunday. Wide swells with periods of 20 seconds will build to four to six feet this afternoon, according to the NWS. On Saturday the swells will grow to nine to

Local commercial fishermen support city RV park project

Press release from Humboldt Fishermen’s Marketing Association: At Tuesday night’s Eureka City Council Meeting, Humboldt Fishermen’s Marketing Association board members testified in unanimous support for the city staff’s proposal to establish a privately operated RV park and “mixed-use” visitor facility on city property next to the Samoa Bridge. Not only does the HFMA support this project,

Mad River Current for Wednesday, Aug. 2: Hot weather, RV park OK’d, pot bust

Excessive heat warning The National Weather Service has issued another “excessive” heat warning today for inland Humboldt County, where temperatures could climb as high as 110 degrees. This would be a good day to play hooky and go swim in the rivers, although it might almost be too hot. If you do go swimming,  be

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