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BREAKING: Karen Paz Dominguez to Leave Office Early, Possibly Within a Week; Board to Appoint Dillingham as Interim Auditor-Controller

Humboldt County is negotiating terms for the early departure of embattled Auditor-Controller Karen Paz Dominguez, who may leave office within a week, according to First District Supervisor Rex Bohn. After a closed session hearing at the end of Tuesday’s Board of Supervisors meeting, Deputy County Counsel Natalie Duke reported that...
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Lack of Funding, Staffing Shortages and Inability to Predict Future Pandemic Restrictions Resulted in Negative Oyster Fest Reviews Despite Best Efforts, Organizer Says

Arcata’s first real Oyster Fest in two years left many Humboldters feeling dissatisfied this past weekend due to long lines, new admission costs and a limited number of vendors. Despite the negative reviews, stand-in Oyster Fest organizer “Shoshanna” Anthony, who prefers to go solely by “Shoshanna,” told the Outpost...
ARCATA, CA
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Fog Sealing on Patricks Point Drive and North Westhaven Drive on Wednesday,

Press release from Humboldt County Public Works Road Division:. Humboldt County Public Works Road Division will be fog sealing on Patricks Point Drive and North Westhaven Drive on Wednesday, June 29th, 2022, starting at 8 a.m. Expect 30 to 45 minutes delays during this time and there will be a Pilot car on site. Thank you for your patience.
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This page notes the names of those processed by the Humboldt County Jail, or into a supervised release program, at the date and time indicated. As always, please remember that people should be considered innocent until proven guilty. Name Agency Type Charges Time. JESSE RAY PEREZ EPD Bench Warrant PC484g(b),...
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[UPDATE 12:41 p.m.] Flume Fire Burning North of Trinity Center

About 1:23 p.m. reports of the Flume Fire north of Trinity Center reached firefighters. According to a Facebook post from the Shasta-Trinity National Forest at 4:41 p.m., the fire was estimated to be “just over 2 acres.”. Their post stated, “Suppression resources [are] on site and actively working to...
TRINITY CENTER, CA
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HCSO Warns of Work from Home” Job Offer Scam

The Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office has recently received reports of a “work from home” job offer scam targeting our community. According to one reporting party, a post recently made on a local Facebook group advertised a remote position with the company Miroculus. The original poster of the...
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Harvest Box is Launching a Home Delivery Option in Northern Humboldt

This is a press release from the North Coast Growers Association:. Eat more local produce with Harvest Box from NCGA. Starting in July, residents of Valley West, Blue Lake, McKinleyville, Trinidad and everywhere in between will have a new way to access local food in their communities, through a home delivery service that will bring these fresh produce boxes to customers’ door steps.
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Billy Needs a Good Home

This information is provided by phshelter.com. If you know someone who can help get this potential pet into a forever home, please pass this along to them. Located At : Humboldt County Sheriff’s Animal Shelter. Description : My name is Billy. I am a male, gray tabby Domestic Shorthair.
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Local Cannabis Cultivators Face $209,687 Fine for ‘Runoff that Threatens Mad River Water Quality’

This is a press release from the North Coast Water Board:. Three cannabis cultivators in Humboldt County are facing a $209,687 fine in connection with sediment discharged into tributaries of the Mad River that posed a risk to water quality and aquatic life, according to a formal complaint signed last week by staff of the North Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board.
MAD RIVER, CA
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Crabs return home looking to end losing streak

The Humboldt Crabs will return to the Arcata Ball Park on Tuesday night, as they look to end a six-game losing streak. The Crabs dropped five straight on the road last week, including a pair of defeats against the Potters in Lincoln on Saturday and Sunday, falling 2-1 and 9-4.
ARCATA, CA