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If the Blue Heron Motel really is closed; that’s one down and 100’s to go

With the news that Slumlords Floyd and Betty Squire’s breeding ground for crime might potentially be shut down. Maybe Eureka can start to address its City wide glut of substandard “crime breeding” slum housing. 150 more words

Corruption

Chief Mills “Believe me if I could find a way to make this not look bad I would”

If you see violent crime getting worse in Eureka, then don’t believe your lyin’ eyes; at least that’s what the devious Police Chief Andy Mills would like you to do. 564 more words

EPD

It's 2015 and our local violent crime-wave continues

Take a look at this morning’s Times-Standard newspaper.  Once again, what’s brought to light is the continued rise in violent confrontations taking place in Humboldt County. 110 more words

Mills

You're still being misled about Prop 47 and the serious problems with it

Prior to the passage of Proposition 47, the Examiner made clear our position regarding the legislation. Here’s what we said in October of 2014:

“Prop 47: NO…..We agree with the victimless crimes part of the Proposition (simple drug possession), but it goes way beyond that by reducing penalties for crimes with victims such as forgery, fraud and firearm theft” 707 more words

City Of Eureka

Cyberwars 2015

Cyber security news dominated the headlines this year, with breaches, bugs and attacks involving Home Depot, Heartbleed, iCloud, Sony and others.
Unfortunately, security experts say the attacks will only continue in 2015. 1,032 more words

Crimewave

Crimewave: Goodbye to the best crime fiction of 2014

This is my final Crimewave column. It’s been a joy and a pleasure to review Canadian crime fiction for the paper these last few years, especially those novels that exceed expectations, made me gasp in surprise and delight, introduced me to promising new talent destined to have fulfilling and long careers, and cemented the reputations of a number of true masters of the field. 885 more words

Arts

Crimewave: Goodbye to the best crime fiction of 2014

This is my final Crimewave column. It’s been a joy and a pleasure to review Canadian crime fiction for the paper these last few years, especially those novels that exceed expectations, made me gasp in surprise and delight, introduced me to promising new talent destined to have fulfilling and long careers, and cemented the reputations of a number of true masters of the field. 885 more words

Arts