The recent tornado may have left a mangled football sign that stated “Eureka Down,” (pictured above), but a portion of the sign also said “Tornadoes To Go On,” and that is just what this community
On Tuesday, July 3, The Eureka Herald reached a milestone as they marked 150 years of business in the city of Eureka.
Information was distributed at last Monday’s Eureka City Council meeting about the process of establishing a “Land Bank.” A land bank would allow a board of trustees, appointed by the city council,
The Eureka Herald will be 150 years old on July 3, 2018! The first issue of The Herald made its advent, aided by Arthur Gleason who rolled the form, while S. G. Mead pulled the lever.
Kyle and Shannon Rockhill of Eureka were a bit surprised when their twins decided to make their debut 10-weeks early on June 14. Despite their early arrival, the two boys, Oliver J and Jordy A, alo