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HSU, CR closed during planned power outage

HSU, CR closed during planned power outage

Humboldt State press release Find updates and information at humboldt.edu Campus Closed, Classes Canceled Through Monday due to Likely Power Shutdown PG&E is likely to shut down power throughout Humboldt County as early as noon on Saturday, Oct. 26. The outage may last until Monday, Oct. 28. As a result, starting at 9 a.m. on

Morning update on power shutoff

PG&E Power Shutoff Wednesday Morning Update County of Humboldt – The Home of the Redwoods Seal In the early hours of Wednesday, Oct. 9, Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) activated its Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS) protocols, which resulted in shutting off power to parts of Humboldt County. PG&E is reporting that around 60,000 customers

Update on school closings

From the Humboldt County Office of Education: The following list are confirmed school closures for today: Southern Humboldt USD Big Lagoon School/District Trinity Valley Elementary Fuente Nueva Charter School Pacific View Charter School Cuddeback School/District Coastal Grove Charter School Fortuna Elementary School District Rio Dell School District Trinidad School/District Scotia School/District Loleta School District McKinleyville

Most schools open tomorrow during planned power outage

From The Humboldt County Office of Education: Public Safety Power Shutoff – Schools Closures Due to the planned PG&E power shutoffs, the following Humboldt County schools and offices will not be open on Wednesday, October 9:  Big Lagoon Southern Humboldt Union School District Trinity Valley Elementary School Please note all other Klamath Trinity sites have

PG&E to turn off power sometime after midnight due to high winds

Updated at 7:43 p.m. with press release from County of Humboldt: PG&E to shut down power to Humboldt County Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) has notified the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office of Emergency Services (Sheriff’s OES) that Humboldt County will lose power at midnight tonight due to de-energization of two transmission lines originating in Shasta

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