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1 hr ago | The Willits News
Pick- up between 4-6 p.m. Dinners serve four adults and includes a whole tri-tip, Caesar salad, Goss Family beans, Emandal bread, cookies and a rose from Flowers by Annette.
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The wide range of this winter is starkly clear, clockwise from top left: A warning buoy sits on the dry, cracked bed of Lake Mendocino near Ukiah, Calif., on Feb. 4; a man walks on a snow-covered street in Washington, D.C., on Monday; an abandoned farmhouse sits alone on barren land and amid bare trees near Bakersfield, Calif., on Feb. 6; and ... (more)
9 hrs ago | Ukiah Daily Journal
Mendocino County Office of Education and the Teaching American History Project for Mendocino, Lake and Sonoma Counties are pleased to announce a free historical lecture by Phoebe S. K. Young on Saturday, March 15 from 9 to 11 a.m. at MCOE, 2240 Old River Road in Ukiah.
A Proclamation sponsored by Supervisor John McCowen will be presented to the Mendocino County Art Association on Monday, March 10. It honors us for our 60 years of dedication to the visual arts and encourages us, once again, to "look back."
The board of trustees of the Redwoods Community College District unanimously approved a recommendation from Kathy Smith, president of College of the Redwoods, to negotiate a memorandum of understanding with Mendocino College to allow classes to continue at CR's Fort Bragg campus in the fall.
In this photo taken Tuesday, Feb. 4, 2014, a warning buoy sits on the dry, cracked bed of Lake Mendocino near Ukiah, Calif.
The Ukiah Unified School District is no longer imposing the developer fees that led to a local builder suing them last year.
A Willits man dropped a baggie of cocaine in a plastic bin and was arrested Wednesday morning at the Ukiah courthouse doors after security guards asked him to empty his pockets, according to the Mendocino County Superior Court.
Caller at Nokomis Elementary School reported at 7:59 p.m. Friday that a 10-year-old was being threatened at the school.
When Donald J. Hermens, M.D., gastroenterologist, left Northern California for medical school he never dreamt he would be gone so long A 33 years in fact.
We were very disappointed that a meeting of state officials last Monday in Ukiah appeared to be little more than window dressing when we have such serious short-term and long-term problems with our water resource system.
Bret A. Shaffer, 24, of Lakeport, was arrested at 3:38 a.m. Feb. 20 on suspicion of driving under the influence and booked at the county jail.
The old Fjord's building and land just north of Ukiah was listed for sale this week, according to Todd Schapmire of Remax, who is handling the sale.