South Fork Varsity Boys Clobber Ferndale, Play Strong Against Mack

South Fork High’s varsity boys basketball team split with the Humboldt felines last week, hanging tough with the McKinleyville Panthers, falling 66-53, and then playing what head coach Todd Vandenack called “their best game of the season so far,” walloping the visiting Ferndale Wildcats 64-38 on Friday. At home on Monday against the Panthers, the Cubs were within 3 points

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South Fork Girls Fall to 0-2 in League with Loss to Ferndale

South Fork High’s Varsity girls basketball team lost to Ferndale Friday night at home 69-26. The Lady Cubs had defeated Ferndale earlier in the season 45-43, but the Wildcats got their revenge on the South Fork floor with a monster 27-point 3rd quarter from which they never looked back. The two teams played somewhat evenly through the first half, with

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[UPDATE 10:28 p.m.] Roads and Weather, Tuesday

log chainsawed to open a road

Though yesterday was pretty wet, today is expected to be very stormy with high winds and heavy rains at times. “Thunderstorms will be possible around coastal areas and the near interior this afternoon and evening,” reports the National Weather Service. “Dark clouds could mean there are hail covered roads ahead.” The winds could down more trees–closing roads and causing even

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[UPDATE 2:35 p.m.] Weather and Roads for Monday

car smashed by tree

Battered by heavy wind and rains, the Emerald Counties should expect more of the same but less intensely as wet weather continues today. According to the National Weather Service, “A line of T-storms is moving towards the N. Humboldt & Del Norte coast. Sporadic lightning/gusty winds expected near coast” about 3:15 p.m. In addition, the National Weather Service predicts that

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