(Listen) Humboldt Last Week episode 246: Humboldt County’s news podcast
In the latest episode of Humboldt Last Week
A rebranded Cal Poly Humboldt sees an upward trend in enrollment, County Supervisors and the Sheriff were disputed by Bay Area media after blaming local fentanyl problems on San Francisco officials, a center for local kids suffering mental health emergencies is set to open next year, locals protest in support of federal abortion rights, Arcata City Councilmember Brett Watson denies a report saying he sexually harassed a colleague for years, 2022 is no longer the driest year on record locally, a major film set to shoot here could spend money locally than our last decade of film history, the Netflix series ‘Virgin River’ set in a fictitious Humboldt County is returning July 20, Eureka is relocating a protruding surveillance pole by the Old Town gazebo after a public outcry, a mom and daughter graduated on the same day from Cal Poly Humboldt, Cal Poly Humboldt export Katelin Talbert helped lift her Portuguese pro soccer team to a championship, a local serial killer myth is protestable, it’s whale viewing season, Humboldt County’s redwoods are a potential bucket-list item for someone passing away, the Mendocino scenes in the Oscar-winning movie ‘Nomadland,’ our neighbors up north get a nice commendation from Travel + Leisure, local events, and more.
Humboldt Last Week is Humboldt County’s news podcast brought to you in collaboration with Tiny House in the Redwoods, Beck’s Bakery, Belle Starr Clothing, North Coast Co-op, Bongo Boy Studio, Photography by Shi, NCJ, RHBB, and KJNY.
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