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1 hr ago | Ukiah Blog Live
If you are genuinely concerned about the prospect of a slaughterhouse in the Ukiah valley, and have time and energy to devote, please come to our meeting Saturday, December 7, at 3:00 p.m. at the MEC.
Should smoking in public places be banned?
Do undocumented immigrants contribute to the economy?
2 hrs ago | Switched
A 14-year-old Massachusetts boy is set to be arraigned on murder, aggravated rape and armed robbery charges in the killing of his high school math teacher.
5 hrs ago | Redwood Times
Sixty percent of the American population lives in a high-intensity drug trafficking area or HIDTA, according to www.whitehouse.gov .
Rachel Alvizo fell in love with the Spanish language during a summer study program in Mexico.
On Monday November 18th, the second meeting of the Northbay Ecotourism Roundtable convened at Aqus Cafe in downtown Petaluma.
Covelo man arrested for meth after he was spotted searching someone else's vehicle at about 1:30 p.m. Nov. 25 on the 73000 block of Highway 162 near Covelo.
Jeremiah Joseph Jean Martin, 19, of Willits, was arrested on suspicion of discharging a firearm in a grossly negligent manner.
Cristina Harbison woke up on June 9, 2005, stunned to find blank freeway signs -- and no statewide Amber Alert for a troubled mother from unincorporated Walnut Creek and her 5-year-old daughter.
Today the Daily Journal kicks off our annual Holiday Food Bank Fund Drive. Our goal this year is $85,000, the same as it has been for several years because we realize that for many, the economic struggle continues.
Mendocino County is growing a name for itself in the wine industry and responsible for some of that growth is a few fabulous women winemakers.
Ukiah Unified School District officials are considering legal options as they unravel the impact of a court ruling that struck down the fees they charge to new developments.
Just in time for Thanksgiving, Potter Valley's iconic redwood cowboy statue was back Wednesday in all of its 12-foot glory, greeting visitors on East and Mid Mountain roads after a resident found it near the rodeo arena on Main Street.
Peter Lee's cover story on the NSA and Its Enablers is ground-breaking and disturbing; the irrepressible Andre Vltchek contributes a vivid dispatch from the streets of Cairo; Ron Jacobs conducts a probing interview with Bill Ayers; Lee Ballinger compares and contrasts James Brown and Jay Z; the wonderfully astute eye of Kim Nicolini surveys the ... (more)