Restaurant 301 at the Hotel Carter in Eureka, grand award winner in Wine Spectator magazine since 1998, was among the Grand Award Winners of 2011 in the latest listing of the magazine’s World’s Greatest Restaurant Wine Lists.
Its test scores aren’t the highest in Humboldt County, but students and teachers at Hoopa Valley High School still have reason to celebrate. Out of almost every other traditional public high school in the county, Hoopa Valley High School is the
”Death, Dying, and The Love of Peaches” is a series of discussion classes based on the inescapable fact that we are all going to die, and that how we live our lives and how we prepare for death is up to us.
The man who died in a motorcycle accident on Broadway in Eureka Friday night has been identified as Jason Douglas Craft, 35, of Girard, Pa. Craft was traveling northbound in the left lane of Broadway near 15th Street at about 11 p.
At least it’s not raining. That’s about the best thing St. Vincent de Paul Executive Director Don Smullin had to say less than a week after the roof on the organization’s secondhand store in Old Town Eureka — located at Second and G streets
Arcata is seeking volunteers to serve on the Transportation Safety and Energy Committees. There will be two vacancies on the Transportation Safety Committee and one vacancy on the Energy Committee, according to the city.
Despite brother’s murder, HSU student supports second chance for teen offenders; Oya Sherrills : ‘I know my brother would support a bill like this’
Three days before he died, Terrell Sherrills encouraged his sister Oya to attend Humboldt State University. The 18-year-old from Watts had just finished his first semester at HSU and was home for the holidays.
Ever y year, Kady Dunleavy leaves Fortuna for New York City and ground zero. Ten years ago, her cousin Matthew Daly evacuated from his office on the 85th floor of the World Trade Center’s South Tower.