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Supes to decide on final redistricting lines; Other items include raise in ambulance fees, Scotia election

Humboldt TSThe Humboldt County Board of Supervisors is scheduled to make a final decision on the county’s new district boundaries. The boundaries will decide which district representative seats residents can vote for, including the seats of the 1st,
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PG&E to clean up former Eureka manufactured gas plant; Company alerting businesses to construction activity

Humboldt TSAs a part of its statewide effort to remediate former manufactured gas plants, Pacific Gas and Electric Co. is working to clean up an out-of-date utilities plant site in Eureka.
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‘This space should become a bakery’

Humboldt TSAs Jeanne van der Zee tells it, she and her husband Peter stood in an old building in Loleta that once housed a Laundromat, looked out the large glass windows into the green plaza across Main Street, and Peter said, “This space should
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Documenting history

Humboldt TSThe Clarke Historical Museum in Eureka is sponsoring a catalog fundraiser in celebration of the Karuk Tribe’s “Pi’Íep K·ru PayÍem: Long Ago and Today,” an exhibit on Karuk art and culture.
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Business Sense: Add ‘WOW’ to your marketing efforts with QR codes

Humboldt TSHave you noticed those jigsaw puzzle-like rectangles that are starting to show up in newspapers, magazines and everywhere else? They’re called QR codes.
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STRIVING FOR ‘IMPREFECTION’: What can you do in a lifetime?

Humboldt TSIf there were neither barriers nor obstacles from birth until death, what could one person truly do in his or her time on Earth? Over one person’s lifespan, he could build understanding between countries, generating bonds among millions.
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Pal Camp alumni invited to 60th anniversary celebration

Humboldt TSEUREKA — Campers have been exploring the outdoors at Pal Camp in Freshwater since 1951. On Sept. 24 at 2 p.m., the Discovery Museum will be celebrating the 60th anniversary of Pal Camp with a family fun celebration called “Picnic at Pal
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Remembering a life well lived: A loved one recalls her time with Rich Guadagno

Humboldt TSAlmost 3,000 people were killed in the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, 3,000 distinct lives — with unique histories, families, passions and personalities — united in a tragic end.
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In the shadow of the towers: Eureka native was Windows on the World chef

Humboldt TSFor 10 years, Eureka native William Birks has tried to put 9/11 behind him. A former chef at the World Trade Center’s Windows on the World restaurant, Birks said this is the time of year when he gets a few more phone calls and text messages
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Field of Interest Grants available

Humboldt TSBAYSIDE — Humboldt Area Foundation’s Field of Interest Grant Program combines a collection of funds that center on either specific populations, geographical areas or causes.
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Man killed in Eureka motorcycle accident

Humboldt TSA man suffered fatal injuries in a motorcycle accident Friday evening, according to the Eureka Police Department. The accident occured at 10:56 p.m.
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Minor earthquakes hit Humboldt area

Humboldt TSTwo minor earthquakes hit the North Coast on Saturday. A magnitude 2.4 earthquake hit the North Coast about five miles southwest of Eureka in the morning, according to the U.
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Tribes join over Eel River prayer ceremony

Humboldt TSAs Wiyot tribal youth and adults dressed in traditional ceremonial outfits performed before a rapt audience at the Wiyot Day and Eel River prayer ceremony on Saturday, Friends of the Eel Executive Director Nadananda explained the significance of
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Teaching 9/11 a decade later; many high school students have only vague memories of attacks

Humboldt TSRiley Gast remembers his grandmother crying. He was a 6-year-old kindergartner when his grandmother woke him on a quiet September morning and brought him into the living room.
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Serving the public in a post-9/11 world; local officials talk about increased planning, funding for public safety

Humboldt TSAfter the first plane hit the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, the world at the Arcata/ Eureka Airport stopped. Tom Sobehrad, a Skywest Airlines employee at the time, remembers receiving the final paperwork to OK a flight for takeoff when his
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