North Coast Journal

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North Coast Journal
of Politics, People & Art
Type Alternative weekly
Format Tabloid half sheet size
Adjudicated newspaper of general circulation
Owner(s) Judy A. Hodgson
Publisher Judy A. Hodgson
Editor Carrie Peyton-Dahlberg
Founded 1990
Headquarters Eureka, California
 United States
Circulation 18,547 (2010)
ISSN 1099-7571

The North Coast Journal ("The Journal") is an alternative weekly newspaper serving Humboldt County, California. The Journal is published in Eureka, California and includes coverage of the arts, news, personages, and politics of the region.

Launched in 1990 as a monthly, the paper switched to a weekly in 1998.[1] Over the years the publication has been produced in both Eureka and Arcata.


  1. ^ About NCJ. - North Coast Journal

External links[edit]

^ North Coast Journal homepage