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Past articles by Isabella:

$162 million in federal funds support Klamath Basin restoration efforts

“We talk constantly about the dire straits we’re in and how bad it is, but I will say that I am starting to feel optimistic,” said Craig Tucker. “We’re about to pull o… → Read More

Despite calls for local content, KHSU plans to expand national topics

Nearly three years have passed since KHSU, the once vibrant and beloved community radio station, was gutted and stripped of nearly all of its local content causing an uproar amongst programmers and… → Read More

California to receive $56 million to build out EV infrastructure

California will receive over $56 million this year to invest in EV charging infrastructure, according to North Coast Rep. Jared Huffman (D-San Rafael). “House Democrats are delivering for the… → Read More

‘Not a great outlook’: Drought conditions continue as McGuire’s climate declaration advances

“If we don’t act now to mitigate climate change – our kids’ lives, our grandkids’ lives – will be impacted forever,” said state Sen. Mike McGuire. “It’s going to take all of us working together to … → Read More

COVID: Health officials move away from requirements as cases fall

“Everyone is definitely encouraged to continue to wear a mask (because) case counts are still high. Our recommendation is to continue to mask in public places, but this is really about moving… → Read More

What does the future of KHSU look like? Focus group set for Thursday

What does the future of KHSU’s programming look like? That is the question CapRadio, will ask of North Coast community members during a virtual focus group Thursday evening. → Read More

Report: No Humboldt County inmates ‘turned over’ to ICE in 2021

“We did not turn anybody over that was booked in 2020 or 2021 to ICE,” Humboldt County Correctional Capt. Duane Christian said. → Read More

Rex Bohn appointed to California Cannabis Authority –

The Humboldt County Board of Supervisors appointed 1st District Supervisor Rex Bohn to serve as a county representative for the California Cannabis Authority (CCA) Tuesday following 5th District Su… → Read More

COVID: Indoor mask mandate to expire for vaccinated people –

As COVID-19 positivity rates decline across the state, public health officials announced Monday that California will roll back several COVID protection measures in the coming weeks, including the s… → Read More

Supervisors approve 85% cut to 2022 Measure S taxes –

“United we stood to secure significant tax relief for Humboldt’s farmers,” the Humboldt County Grower’s Alliance wrote in a Facebook post. “…We did not get exactly wha… → Read More

Public review for Nordic Aquafarms’ draft EIR to end Feb. 18

The public has two weeks left to provide input on Nordic Aquafarms’ draft environmental impact report (EIR) for its proposed onshore fish farm on the Samoa Peninsula. The public review period ends … → Read More

Monoclonal antibody clinic ‘overwhelming success’ locally

“We understand there is limited availability on some of these drugs, but at present, we’re able to meet the needs of our patients,” Providence St. Joseph spokesman Christian Hill said.… → Read More

Cannabis lawyers discuss new laws for trade samples

“Trade samples are a marketing tool that allows farmers and manufacturers to share their products through the supply chain, not to consumers,” said Natalynne DeLapp. “Trade sample… → Read More

PG&E to bring Potter Valley Project back online as license takeover unravels

In a shocking turn of events, Pacific Gas and Electric Co. announced Wednesday that it will move forward with bringing the Potter Valley Project — a water diversion system in the Eel River basin — … → Read More

Michelle Bushnell appointed to Project Trellis Committee Liason

The board did not take direct action on Project Trellis but agreed to approve the FPPC’s findings and to appoint 2nd District Supervisor Bushnell to the position of liaison to the committee. → Read More

‘Save our Humboldt farms’: Cannabis growers plead for help amid Measure S discussion

“The fact is that people just don’t have the money,” said Linsey Jones. “You look at the real estate market, there are so many properties that are for sale and they are sell… → Read More

Humboldt County payroll woes discussed, board votes to reevaluate

The Humboldt County Board of Supervisors received and approved a lengthy update on the ongoing payroll services transition from the Auditor-Controller’s Office Tuesday. During the nearly two-hour d… → Read More

COVID: Humboldt County essential services navigate omicron surge

“We’ve (had) our ups and downs over the last year or so. We’ve had minor outbreaks within the organization as well as at the correctional facility,” said Humboldt County She… → Read More

State AG: California to receive $2 billion in anticipated opioid settlement

Communities impacted by the national opioid crisis could receive a payout from the highly anticipated $26 billion settlement as soon as April. → Read More

Jared Huffman introduces legislation to preserve salmon strongholds

“The inspiration behind this bill is really the fact that we still have some salmon runs and watersheds that are in good shape while we’ve worked so hard to bring salmon back and keep t… → Read More