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Quick local stories. A rendering of a proposed fish farm replacing the unsightly Samoa pulp mill looks like Google headquarters or something, the locally-shot and RottenTomatoes-fresh cannabis drama ‘Freeland” is now streaming, Arcata ‘Councilmember Brett Watson is back after rehab, environmental groups are battling a proposed SoHum cannabis project, local export Kyle Crane collaborates with Peter Morén from Peter Bjorn and John, a local kid does us proud at the Christmas tree lighting in D.C., local rapper Attribute collaborates with a Grammy-winning member of Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, Jeff Goldblum’s locally-shot Disney+ episode is out, racial and threatening behavior toward an HSU student on the Waterfront Trail in Eureka causes concern, progress regarding season four of the locally-set Netflix drama “Virgin River,” a potential new forest for the Karuk Tribe, crime, the economy, news values, and more.

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(This episode contains profanity) A beautiful Eel River Valley destination moves toward public access, the ‘Law & Order’ people made the Humboldt-esque podcast ‘Dark Woods,’ that Tom Hanks movie with a local tie is out, ex-Eurekan Green Bay Packer Jake Hanson, a mom defends an alleged burglar who was held at gunpoint, widely reported marina explosions were allegedly related to a hash lab, the upcoming horror thriller ‘Trim Season’ is loosely inspired by Humboldt County events, Hoopa export Orion Cosce schedules his next UFC bout, the poor dog-and-gun etiquette double-whammy, speeding in a U-Haul with illegal weed, fentanyl deaths soar, an NFL-sponsored game for a local high schooler, more drama within county government, heroism, health, crime, the economy, and more.

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(Listen) Humboldt Last Week podcast delivers ‘quick local stories’

(Note: This episode contains language not suitable for children) A man loses his volunteer KMUD show after a vile anti-vaxx rant in San Diego, a motorist who nearly missed Black Lives Matter protesters at a McKinleyville intersection is given a $79 fine, Ferndale export Guy Fieri is game to officiate Kristen Stewart’s wedding, Humboldt State University may soon be known for short as Cal Poly Humboldt, engineers say offshore wind in Humboldt County has us sitting on a ‘gold mine,’ Arcata produces a national champ in disc golf, exported musician Kyle Crane has been working with a Band of Horses member among others, a Eureka alley is dubbed after a history-making and resilient Chinese man named Charlie Moon, the Eel River Valley sees higher COVID-19 numbers, a former politician is arrested, an update on a farm stand owner’s battle with her landlord, an editorial explores a possible link between ant-vaxxers and their sex lives, and more.

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Emmy and Oscar-nominated star Jeff Goldblum takes his Disney+ show to the redwoods, texting-scandal investigation results are forthcoming regarding a Eureka Police unit, a defiant farm stand owner continues attempt to sidestep consequences, exported football hero and former Dallas Cowboy Dave Harper dies of COVID-19 complications, City of Eureka employees are almost 100 percent vaccinated against COVID-19, a missing Westhaven man is feared murdered, local redistricting has been a bit chaotic, new Fortuna restaurants, a nationally-covered triple murderer pleads guilty, Eureka Police Chief Steve Watson is retiring, a surface-level-amusing restaurant basher prompts a closer look, crime updates, and more.

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A Fortuna child shooter pleads guilty, Brett Watson is stripped of his Arcata Mayor title, radio superstation KQED covers the dark history of Chinese expulsion in Eureka, Eureka export Jake Hanson gets his first regular-season NFL snaps, Fortuna is considering a new park, a small anti-vax protest, new efforts toward obtaining justice for slain HSU student Josiah Lawson, 1-707 is now a must for local calls, HSU export Alex Cappa helps kids with fellow NFL stars, anonymous deputies think Sheriff Honsal improperly spent taxpayer dollars as he disagrees, a huge TV audience eyes Eureka beauty, Sara Bareilles praises our nature to her audience, rain, and more.

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Humboldt Last Week: News recap podcast returns

[WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT] ACV continues to add more flight destinations, a new name for an iconic state park, magic mushrooms are decriminalized in Arcata, the cost of living in paradise, protesters bully essential workers, home invasion robbers earn long sentences, a disgraced former Sheriff’s Officer is a bar shooting suspect, suspicious deaths in Blue Lake, Eureka Theater history, a repeat sex offender earns a 160-year sentence, community leaders continue to fight possible coal-related ideas,  a former Humboldt Crab in the MLB hits a homer off his bro, an MDMA bust, COVID-19, crime, the economy, and more.

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Humboldt Last Week: Weekly news podcast

[WARNING: GRAPHIC LANGUAGE] Humboldt County gains a Las Vegas flight and eyes an airport expansion, a young mom with COVID-19 encourages the vaccine from her hospital bed, upcoming pools and hot tubs in Scotia, grants for struggling cannabis farmers, Eureka export Jake Hanson is a Green Bay Packer, Ferndale export Jacob Cooney is directing a Denise Richards film, rural challenges as California does well with COVID case rates, litter shaming, haunted house love, possible offshore wind energy in Humboldt County gets more support, a SoHum nurse is praised statewide, Jared Huffman wants to end the U.S. Space Force, Jim Wood advances wildfire prevention work, crime updates, and more.

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Humboldt Last Week: Humboldt County’s weekly news podcast

[WARNING: GRAPHIC LANGUAGE] The feds say a statewide gang bust has local impacts, an Arcata company earns a big military contract, Humboldt County says ‘no’ to the failed recall at a higher rate than the state, GQ explores local hippie utopias, a former HSU student is convicted of rapes, the locally shot drama “A Spark In Nothing” is streaming on Amazon Prime, a local news shakeup, Eureka closes a hotel for violations, HSU strength is featured by the NFL, a teen is arrested for an alleged attempted murder with a power drill, Supervisor Madrone suggests eligible yet unvaccinated people might consider avoiding the hospital, an insult to firefighters right after 9/11, Eureka export and rockstar Mike Patton raises mental health awareness, local COVID deaths analyzed, drought woes, the big-news murder conviction of Robert Durst has local ties, crime updates, and more.

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