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Any residential/dooryard burn permits, forest management, hazard abatement and other industrial-type permitted burns within any of the listed areas will be suspended until further notice, according to the release. Calfire has responded to more than 2,
We have calls out to Humboldt Bay Fire and PG&E and will be updating as soon as possible. (jillian Singh/The Times-Standard) There is a structure fire at 400 Broadway Street in Eureka and scanner traffic is reporting there are power lines down at the
The newspaper has several new features, from the weather and community pages down to the organization and typography. Local news dominates the front page, as always, but there's also more local news throughout the A section. Other changes include "
Dave Samelson, chairman of the prize committee, said the loss of Father Eric Freed earlier this year echoed events which led to the founding of the bi-annual ceremony. His death almost parallels what started the prize, which was the horrible murder
It's the culmination of a lot of hard work, Economic Development Coordinator Judy Harrison said...With the funding from the California Department of Housing and Community Development, the building at the corner of Third and F streets will be
Allan Dollison, Elan Firpo, Maggie Fleming and Arnie Klein will answer questions from 2 to 3 p.m...The event is designed to highlight issues of concern for people who are 50 years old or older, and will be moderated by the Humboldt County Chapter of
Election Roundup runs on a regular basis during the election season. Submissions should be 150 words or fewer, and only events and group endorsements will be included...To submit information for the Election Roundup, send an email to editor@times-
Coast Guard helicopter on Wednesday The Times-Standard Posted: 04/24/2014 01:58:33 AM PDT If you spotted a chopper circling the skies Wednesday, it wasn't your imagination: The U.S. Coast Guard Humboldt Bay Sector conducted routine helicopter
In an announcement posted online by the music alliance, organizers are asking fans and sponsors alike to register their support for resurrecting the event as Humboldt Bay Full of Blues in person and on Facebook.
Eureka drove into Safeway's rear parking lot entrance and noticed 54-year-old Patrick Sean Riley of Briggs, Idaho, appearing as if he were trying to conceal something -- a clear plastic donation box. When the deputy asked where the man got the box,