Posts Tagged ‘Broadway’
Observers of the Eureka Balloon Track are noticing heavy equipment rolling through the toxic mud to move Schmidbauer’s log deck.
Thanks to recent weeks of heavy rain the log trucks sink into the sludge and then disperse it down Broadway.
This stirring of downtown’s dioxin stew comes at a time when property owner Security National is stonewalling the Coastal Commission over the property, and Humboldt County residents debate the danger of moving toxins around the property before full characterization of the site.
Eureka Police Department’s Problem Oriented Policing Unit arrested six people Thursday in the course of an ongoing methamphetamine investigation. The EPD said warrants were served at a motel on the 2200 block of Broadway around 7:40 a.
Police are looking for any information related to an armed robbery that occurred early Saturday morning in Eureka. The Eureka Police Department said officers responded to a gas station minimart on the 3500 block of Broadway at around 1:30 a.
‘Annie’ back in town [Daily Triplicate]
LRT musical opens tonight at Crescent Elk
After 24 years, “Annie” is returning to the stage in Crescent City.
The Broadway musical put on by the Lighthouse Repertory Theatre will run this weekend and next at the Crescent Elk Middle School Auditorium.
The proceeds from “Annie” will go toward future productions and LRT’s efforts to renovate Red’s Twin Cinema into a venue for theater productions.
Humboldt County Sheriff candidate Mike Hislop wants to know who’s been running the department.
Hislop says his opponent, Undersheriff Mike Downey, is “leading people to believe that the Undersheriff actually runs the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office and not the Sheriff.”
Hislop says he’ll do the job himself if elected.
It’s not clear from Hislop’s site what Downey is saying to lead voters astray.
Downey’s website says he has “executive authority over each of the six divisions” of the department. Maybe that’s the offending statement.
A 2006 press release from Sheriff Gary Philp announcing the promotion of Downey to Undersheriff explained the duties of that office:
Undersheriff Downey will assume second-in-command duties of the Sheriff’s Office, including overseeing all bureaus, division, and units within the agency.
Downey has endorsements by many county bigwigs, including Sheriff Philp who is set to retire after his current term expires. But Hislop bumper stickers are on full display near 7th and Broadway.
A man on parole was arrested Monday morning while police were investigating a call about a man brandishing a handgun. The Eureka Police Department said officers received a call from a motel on the 1900 block of Broadway just after 9 a.m.
Police were unable to locate anyone after officers responded to an alarm at a Broadway business and found the front door smashed in early Tuesday. The Eureka Police Department said officers responded to the burglar alarm at around 12:20 a.