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The life of a child soldier: Eureka audience gets firsthand account of Uganda child armies

Humboldt TSVolunteers from the Invisible Children movement visited Eureka on Sunday during their 10th tour to inform attendees about the longest war in African history and the thousands of children and families it continues to impact.
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Eureka council to look at cost of more repairs stemming from January earthquake

Humboldt TSThe Eureka City Council will look over the costs estimated to finish repairing damages from the Jan. 9 earthquake at its Tuesday meeting. City staff recommends the council appropriate more than $116,000 to cover the initial inspection,
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Dementia and driving: Humboldt County doctor is lead author on new guidelines

Humboldt TSA Eureka doctor authored some recently released guidelines intended to help caretakers and doctors determine when people with Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of dementia should stop driving.
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Two Eureka garages catch fire, one saved

Humboldt TSThe Eureka Fire Department was able to save one of two garages located on the 300 block of Hillsdale Street on Friday night when they both caught fire, according to an EFD press release.
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Morning quakes hit Humboldt Bay

Humboldt TSTwo small quakes centered under Woodley Island shook things up Saturday morning. The first, a magnitude 3.0, occurred at 1:31 a.m. two miles north of Eureka at a depth of two miles.
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Eureka committee to discuss revenue enhancements

Humboldt TSThe Eureka Finance Advisory Committee will discuss the subcommittee status reports of the zoo and fire district on Monday, along with discussing recommendations for possible revenue increases.
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HumboldtOnline.Com Rebooted

Eureka, CA – The HumboldtOnline.Com website will be down for several hours starting at approximately 3:00 a.m. Pacific Time on Sunday. The downtime is due to an upgrade of our primary web server, which has been struggling to keep up with traffic lately. We expect the site to be back up at approximately 9:00 a.m. on Sunday, but that’s just an estimate. Thanks for your patience!

Rhododendron Festival Concert coming up

Humboldt TSEUREKA — The public is invited to the 27th annual Rhododendron Festival Concert at 7:30 p.m. April 24 at Christ Episcopal Church, 15th and H streets.
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DN takes part in wet, windy meet

DN takes part in wet, windy meet [Daily Triplicate]
DN competes at conference event down in Eureka

EUREKA — The Del Norte High track and field team had several strong showings at a conference track meet in Eureka on Wednesday, despite the nasty weather conditions.

PG&E faces SmartMeter rebellion

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PG&E is working to replace residential meter readers with high tech contraptions that could lead to 21st century spying.

It’s more than a year away for Eureka but the new meters are causing an uproar in the bay area over invasion of privacy.¬† The meters will be accessed remotely, giving PG&E increased information about electricity and appliance usage in any given house. The new meters will eliminate the need for meter readers.

Yay for less jobs! …oh, what?

Mark Dieteman (pictured) put a lock on his meter and is drawing a line in the sand. “If they show up they are going to have to go through me to get at it,” he said. “It will take a court order and a whole bunch of police officers. PG&E needs to be stopped in their tracks here.”

And now there’s a new worry with the SmartMeters — hackers. ¬†Security consultants at InGuardians have found vulnerabilities that could allow internet pirates to manipulate your data, or remotely cut power.


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Artist does ‘thought experiments’

Humboldt TSEUREKA — Over the past several decades, global warming has brought climate change to Humboldt County. In response to this issue, College of the Redwoods will bring visiting artist Jonathon Keats to Eureka for a program at 8 p.
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Authorities say multi-county marijuana growing operation is tied to Eureka man

Humboldt TSA Eureka man is being sought by police after a three-county drug bust that included the discovery of an elaborate underground pot grow under a $1 million home in Hayfork, investigators said Thursday.
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One-car collision kills Eureka woman on U.S. Highway 101

Humboldt TSA Eureka woman was killed after she was ejected from her vehicle Wednesday night as it rolled over on U.S. Highway 101 near Metropolitan Avenue. Mary Louise Gayman, 47, was driving her 1999 Dodge Caravan southbound on U.
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Health fair at Eureka Woman’s Club to offer infomation on living well

Humboldt TSA Eureka High School junior has jump-started her senior project to organize a health fair focused on healthy living and disease prevention. Student Leah Grams-Johnson put together the event to further her own interest in healthy living, and to
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Eureka High School students start baseball mitt drive

Humboldt TSTwo students from Eureka High School are holding a baseball mitt drive to donate to the Redwood Empire Little League teams. Students Stephen Nessler and Trevor Woodard are collecting mitts until May 31.
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