Groundwater legislation implementation still in the works

SACRAMENTO >> On Tuesday, Sept. 16, California Governor Jerry Brown signed three new bills legislating groundwater regulation into law, SB-1168, SB-1319 and AB-1739. Full Story
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Feet First Dancers receive generous gift

Feet First Dancers The Feet First Dancers would like to express our appreciation to the estate of Maril Myers for the generous monetary gift. Feet First has been blessed with many benefactors over the years. Full Story
(Photo courtesy of Mike Coopman's Guide Service)
Klamath salmon back in droves

More water coming down the Trinity River to hold off disease
Though nothing is official, it sure looks like the number of adult salmon returning to the Klamath River should easily exceed the preseason predictions. Full Story
Youth & Education
Leggett students enjoy Ropes Course

Every Friday Leggett's Valley School's K-6 students, shown here, go to the Ropes Course for P.E. Cliff Skaggs, who is now the coordinator for the course, starts with games that build confidence, teamwork and problem solving. Full Story
Waiting for nothing

In early times, when my children were wee tots, the only morning I had to catch a few extra minutes of shuteye was Saturday. The reason was that — back in the day — one could only find children's fare on TV on that morning. Full Story
It was a day to celebrate and say thank you

It was a day to celebrate and say thank you The Briceland Volunteer Fire Department benefit was such a success and so much fun. It truly was a day to celebrate neighbors and friends. Full Story
Attempted murder suspect apprehended in Eureka; Brother and one other arrested as well

On Thursday, May 1, at approximately 7 a.m., a parole search and Humboldt County superior court search warrant were served at the 2500 block of Garland Street, Eureka. Full Story
Charges dropped for man who sold rhino head

MILTON, N.H. (AP) — A New Hampshire man who tried to sell a 70-pound rhinoceros head online is happy that charges against him have been dropped. Full Story
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Panama inaugurates Frank Gehry-designed museum

PANAMA CITY (AP) — After years of delays, Panama has inaugurated a museum designed by world-renowned architect Frank Gehry that officials hope will become a cultural landmark and symbolize the country's recent economic ascent. Full Story