Sunday, September 30, 2018

(Listen) Fortuna Getting Paul’s Live From New York Pizza Location, Other Top Stories

Humboldt Last Week includes quick local stories and typically ends with an interview or longer feature. Downloadable and on podcast networks for later listening. Also available on 99.1 KISS FM Mondays.

Humboldt Last Week, Episode 99
  • Fortuna Getting Paul’s Live From New York Pizza Location (5:44)
A manager at Paul’s says they acquired the Tom’s Sourdough location along 12th Street.
  • Humboldt Too Has Seen A Quiet Drop In Jailed Youth (6:37)
After a peak in the late 90s and early 2000s, Humboldt is now at about 58 percent capacity for its juvie program. Humboldt County Chief Probation Officer Shaun Brenneman comments on a recent report on downward trends statewide and how it relates to home.
  • Humboldt Ice Rink Moving From Fortuna To Ferndale
  • Mike Huckabee Says Ferndale Is His Kinda Town
  • Winnebago Bay No No
  • Grow Bust Spawns Mention Of Statewide Black Market Analysis
  • Liquor Licenses For Two Arcata Plaza Bars In Jeopardy At Hearings
  • More Proposed Low Income Housing
  • Community Meets Regarding Proposed Coastal Trinidad Hotel
  • Mega Trail Moving Forward
  • Other Top Stories
Humboldt Last Week also includes additional crime updates, some silliness, new music picks, event suggestions, more top stories, and social media giveaways.includes additional crime updates, some silliness, new music picks, event suggestions, more top stories, and social media giveaways.



Sunday, September 23, 2018

(Listen) Kitchen Sentenced, National Geographic Love, Upcoming Fight For MMA Pro, Other Top Stories

Humboldt Last Week includes quick local stories and typically ends with an interview or longer feature. The program is downloadable and on podcast networks for later listening.


Humboldt Last Week, Episode 98
  • Kitchen Gets Eight Year Sentence, Likely Will Be Out In Four (6:03)
  • National Geographic Shares Humboldt Nature Short
  • Humboldt MMA Fighter Cass Bell Set For Second Pro Fight Sept. 29
  • Surprise! New TV Series Covers Local Cannabis Risks
  • Arcata To Consider More Official Version Of Gun Storage Ordinance
  • Sara Bareilles Attends First Emmy Awards As A Nominee
  • Firefighters: How About Ya Don’t Crawl Into Vent Shafts
  • Men With Reported Gang Ties Sentenced In Teen Slaying
  • Articles On Local Features Have More Tourists Comin’
  • SoHum Fatal Shooting: Officers Say Person Of Interest Is Cooperating
  • Ex Local Radio Personality Sean Demery, Alternative Music Influencer, Dies At 60
  • Other Top Stories
Humboldt Last Week also includes additional crime updates, some silliness, new music picks, Facebook giveaways, event suggestions, and more top stories. Available at humboldtlastweek.com, kymkemp.com, and on 99.1 KISS FM throughout the day on Mondays.

Sunday, September 16, 2018

(Listen) Large Eureka Low-Income Housing Complex Likely To Replace Used Car Lot, Other Top Stories

Refresh yourself or catch up on local news with Humboldt Last Week. It begins with quick summaries and often finishes with an interview or longer story. Available where you get podcasts and downloadable for later listening.
 Episode partners: Molly Tuttle in Ferndale Oct. 14 - Bongo Boy Studio - Cafe Nooner

Humboldt Last Week, Episode 97
  • Large Low-Income Housing Complex Likely To Replace Used Car Lot (6:20)
Eureka city staff recently approved the design for a large low-income housing complex along 4th and C Streets. Three stories, 50 apartments, all set to house people on the brink of homelessness -- half of ‘em veterans. Pending permits this could be up as early as the end of next year. 
Danco Communities are the developers. In the podcast their President Chris Dart talks about the facility and how they feel it will impact the community.
  • Bay Trail Portions Win Award
  • Hospital Layoffs: Wrongful Retaliation Or By-The-Book Efficiency
  • North Coast Politician Gets Statewide Opioid Law
  • Police Provide Short Lawson Investigation Update
  • HSU Gets Nod As 14th-Best Public School In The West
  • Redwoods Horseback Riding
  • Mutilated Bear Corpse Found Near Patrick’s Point
  • Sheriff’s Office: How About We Stop Picking Up Bombs
  • Humboldt Supes Wants Us To Go Clean Energy By 2025
  • Other Top Stories

Humboldt Last Week also includes additional crime updates, some attempts at humor, new music picks, Facebook giveaways, event suggestions, and more top stories. You can also listen and connect at humboldtlastweek.com.


Rendering from Eureka report



Saturday, September 8, 2018

(Listen) HACHR Talks Corrected News, SpongeBob Helps HSU, Top Spots For Singles, Other Top Stories

Refresh yourself or catch up on local news with Humboldt Last Week. It begins with quick summaries and often finishes with an interview or longer story. Available where you get podcasts and downloadable for later listening.

Episode partners: Bongo Boy Studio - Cafe Nooner - Phoebe Hunt in Ferndale Sep. 12

Humboldt Last Week, Episode 96
  • HACHR Talks Corrected Article (4:38)
The Eureka-backed non-profit HACHR had a tense week after a news story about them had to be corrected. Hoping to send drug users on the path of recovery using methods such as needle exchange and anti-overdose meds, they answered questions about their use of artwork or cartoons, the root cause of the erroneous story, how they discourage needle litter, and why they’re passionate about what they do.
  • More Addiction Treatment For Humboldt In 2019 With New Program, Says Partnership
  • Marci Kitchen Heads To Jail To Await Sentencing
  • Humboldt-Raised Musician Working With Queens Of The Stone Age Member
  • Humboldt Weighs In On Stop Spots For Singles
  • Newspaper Editorial Supports Fortuna’s Fight Against Cannabis Deliveries
  • Student Newspaper: No HSU Football Means Less Diversity
  • Man: Road Rage Got Me Shot
  • SpongeBob Creator Helps HSU Again
  • Humboldt-Grown Celebrity Chef Dishes Marriage Advice
  • Other Top Stories
Humboldt Last Week also includes additional crime updates, some attempts at humor, new music picks, Facebook giveaways, and more top stories.



Saturday, September 1, 2018

(Listen) Humboldt-Raised Athlete, Watermelon Crusher, Blasts Fake Beauty Apps, Other Top Stories

Refresh yourself or catch up on local news with Humboldt Last Week. It begins with quick summaries and often finishes with an interview or longer story. Available where you get podcasts and downloadable for later listening.

Episode partners: Bongo Boy Studio - Cafe Nooner - Phoebe Hunt in Ferndale Sep. 12
Humboldt Last Week, Episode 95
  • Humboldt Raised Athlete, Watermelon Crusher, Blasts Fake Beauty Apps (8:05)
Kortney Olson is a bodybuilder with the strongest thighs on the planet, the founder of GRRRL Clothing, and a health proponent. For the new episode of Humboldt Last Week she expands on her distaste of beauty apps and belief that self-awareness is the better way to go.
  • Sheriff’s Office: Bomb Found In McKinleyville Not For Gopher Eradication (2:35)
  • Two HSU-Alum NFL Players Have A Great Week (3:16)
  • Donations To Help Kids Multiply After Theft At Head Shop (5:30)
  • Casino Provides Update On Coastal Hotel (6:26)
  • Upgraded Waterfront Park In Eureka
  • Found Safe: National News For Woman And Daughter Camping Here
  • Eureka Grad A Shining Star For NASA
  • Alleged Burning SUV Murders: Victims Reportedly A Couple
  • Homeless Men Say They Stamped Out Waterfront Fire
  • Local Woman Says Jehovah’s Witness Church Ignored Child Sex Abuse
  • Bailing On Cash Bail: Sheriff Wants Kinks Worked Out, Bonds Pros Panicked
  • For Now, Around 600 HSU Students Won’t Get Housing In ‘The Village’
  • Other Top Stories
Humboldt Last Week also includes additional crime updates, some attempts at humor, new music picks, Facebook giveaways, and more top stories.

Kortney Olson, submitted