‘Humboldt Online Newswires’ Articles
A minimum security California inmate who escaped from the High Rock Conservation Camp in Humboldt County has been captured. Prison officials say 30-year-old Raul Martinez was taken into custody near the minimum security camp around 2 p.m. Saturday – a day after he went missing – and booked into Humboldt County Jail.
Sohum Parlance II Blog
Beginning January 4th new buses will be running in the Southern Humboldt area. A local bus system will provide service in and around Garberville, Redway, Miranda and Phillipsville.
A letter from Eureka Chief of Police Garr Nielsen titled “Public safety is an investment, not a cost” is included on Homepage of “unofficial” website of the CCC, which we believe stands for California Correctional Centers. We are unsure of the Chief’s involvement with the site, or his input into it, but cartoons and comments like those to the left are sure to raise more than a few eyebrows. Most of the letter (and much of the website) is dedicated to stopping the State of California from releasing thousands of inmates due to a court order that cites prison overcrowding.
The Dead are Alive and Well and Living in Eureka, California. Josh, Jenna and David Kella plan to make a new start of their lives on the old family homestead they’ve inherited just outside Eureka, California with their surviving son Miles. What they discover, though, is a nightmare…
In response to a question during an electronic Town Hall meeting the evening of December 9th, North Coast Congressman Mike Thompson indicated that he would be introducing Klamath River legislation in January.
Mendo Coast Current
PG&E two years ago agreed to buy electricity from a proposed “wave park” near Eureka to be built by Canadian company Finavera. But Finavera’s prototype buoy sank during a test, and California energy regulators killed the deal.
Video of the Arkley’s vision of the Marina Center project is strangely similar to watching video game The SIMMS.
Next100 – A Dialogue on the Next Century of Energy
Looking to add to its diverse power mix, Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) has just signed an agreement with the U.S. Air Force that will let the utility investigate the feasibility of a wave energy project off the coast of northern Santa Barbara County near Vandenberg Air Force Base. The project is part of the PG&E WaveConnect™ program, which includes a pilot study underway in Humboldt County.
Eureka – Dec. 12, 6 p.m. – Truckers’ Parade. Thousands of people line the streets of Eureka and delight at the spectacle of huge trucks adorned in holiday lights. A Eureka tradition for about 20 years, the Christmas convoys range in size from 50 to 100.
PG&E has received approval from FERC to conduct environmental studies of a potential wave power site off the coast of Humboldt County. The utility says it plans to give a maximum of four wave energy converter (WEC) manufacturers the …
Consequence of Sound
You would think RJD2 already had enough on his plate. With the release of their fourth full-length studio album, The Colossus, coming up in January and a free give-away every week until the record drops, he has certainly been keeping busy. Add almost 30 tour dates in the first two months of the new year and you’d have to wonder when this guy sleeps. Now, RJD2 has extended his tour into April with a whole slew of new dates. 04/08 – Eureka, CA @ Red Fox Tavern.
Mad River Brewing Company announces the 2010 release of their Serious Madness Black Ale, the first in the lineup of Mad River’s Artisan Reserve Series. Originally released for their 20th Anniversary in 2009 Serious Madness has gained quite a following.