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    The Willow Creek branch of the Humboldt County Library recently acquired Wi-Fi, meaning that all branches are now equipped with free wireless internet for public use.

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    Recently the 4-H County Awards Ceremony took place and Miranda 4-H Club received Top 4-H Club countywide for the second year in a row.

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    The Clarke Historical Museum and Eureka Visitor Center are excited to announce they have enrolled in RCEA's REpower+, Humboldt County’s Community Choice 100% Renewable Energy program.

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    "The details are impeccable, with moveable wheels, soft surfaces, different levels (cats love to climb), removable doors and a sturdy frame, these are cages that would retail for a total of $6,000!"

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    "[O]ne big ocean day and it would have been all over for her.""

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    Caltrans will begin more than 120 new “Fix-it-First” projects this fiscal year, replacing, repairing and improving more than 6,700 lane miles of pavement, 250 culverts and 320 bridges across the state, due to funds from SB 1, the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017.

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    The Humboldt County Library recently received two grants from the California State Library to purchase new materials.

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    The McKinleyville branch of the Humboldt County Library is offering a virtual reality experience every first and third Saturday of the month from 2 – 5 p.m.

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    Humboldt State faculty, staff, and student researchers were awarded $23 million in new grant funding administered and secured by HSU’s SPF last year.

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    The Humboldt Area Foundation, in partnership with the Humboldt County Board of Supervisors and the Humboldt County Human Rights Commission, has created the Humboldt County Human Rights Human Trafficking Fund.

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    HCOE applied for and was recently awarded $2.3M from the Department of Education Office of Innovation and Improvement for AAEDD to support professional development in arts integration across four counties in Region 1, over the next four years.

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    On October 9 during the Humboldt County Board of Supervisors meeting there will be a presentation to recognize people who were instrumental in initiating, designing, installing and funding the safety sign project.

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    The pilot is a unique partnership between the Humboldt IPA, NCHIIN, Northern Humboldt Union High School District, and MUSD.

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    Local businesses donate $2000 to help Trinity County K-9 program.

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    Moms and babies are doing well.

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    "I am extremely proud of all of my students for participating in a competitive exhibition.”

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