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Sonoma County did not consider using mass cellphone alerts to warn of fires, top emergency official says

Long before Oct. 8, when more than a dozen wildfires erupted across Sonoma County, including a deadly blaze that would grow into California's most destructive inferno, county emergency officials knew they had a tool that could force targeted warning messages onto the cellphones of people in harm's w

PRESSDEMOCRAT.COM - 2017-11-19 06:39:01

'Justice League's' reviews are not great

Lakeport Cinema 5 justice league PG-13 Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill murder on the orient express PG-13 Kenneth Branagh, Johnny Depp daddy's home 2 PG-13 Will Ferrell, Mark Wahlberg thor; ragnarok PG-13 Chris Hemsworth, Tom Hiddleston a bad moms christmas R Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell Ends Tuesday Lakeport

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Consistent faith in an inconsistent world

When thinking about any journey, especially our journey of faith, there is a moment when we will sit back and reflect on everything that we have been through. The things that have gotten us to this point, have shaped who we are and where we want to be. Throughout the course of our Philippians sermo

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Draw the inside out at MAC

MIDDLETOWN >> Middletown Art Center (MAC), now in the sixth month of its year-long Resilience Project, announced Drawing the Inside Out with Lisa Kaplan, starting today from noon-5 p.m. Kaplan, a local artist and director at MAC, designed the approach some eight years ago. "Part of the impetus for D

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Sulphur Fire benefit tickets now on sale

LAKEPORT >> A Sulphur Fire benefit concert is scheduled for Saturday, February 3 at the Soper Reese Theatre in Lakeport. From 7-10 p.m., The Guitarsonists will be rocking the blues. The band consists of three, high-energy guitarists who have played in Lake County. Chris Cain brought down the house a

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Foundation to honor philanthropists, communicators

The Healthcare Foundation Northern Sonoma County will host its annual awards ceremony on Monday, Dec. 4 at 11:15 a.m. followed by the Philanthropy Lunch, held at the Vintner's Inn, at which the annual Wetzel Community Leadership Award and Spirit of Wetzel Awards will be given to honorees Bob and San

SONOMAWEST.COM - 2017-11-18 19:13:00

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GUERNEVILLE, NOV. 19 Live music: Keyboardist Ruben Valtierra Latin Orchestra performs salsa and Latin jazz 6-10 p.m. Sunday at Main Street Bistro,16280 Main St. Free. Valtierra has musically accompanied Santana, Aretha Franklin, Chick Corea and Elton John and currently lives in Sonoma County. 707-86

PRESSDEMOCRAT.COM - 2017-11-18 01:41:01

It's All Good: A dying oak, a phone call, two dogs and a beer at the Clover theater...

I did make >> the phone call to PG&E on Monday.-No reason for that sentence to make anything but grammatical sense just yet.-The purpose of the call was to give them a choice between of paths, one marked Prevention, the other Cure.-That is, one of the large oaks lent me on this ridge split in two a

UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL - 2017-11-18 08:00:00

Skaters get first taste of Morganton skate park

The concrete has settled, the rails have been installed and the construction equipment has been moved away. Yes, there are signs that say the new Morganton skate park is not officially open. But that didn't stop skaters from showing up for a session on Saturday. Multiple skaters from Morganton and s

MORGANTON NEWS HERALD - 2017-11-18 21:55:00

Morganton officials say some local streets will be closed for paving starting Monday

The city of Morganton plans to start resurfacing several local streets starting Monday. The city has hired Maymead to pave sections of Stonebridge Drive, Bethel Road, Brick Street, Alwran Street and North Anderson Street. The roads will be closed during paving, and officials don't have an exact day

WSOC-TV - 2017-11-19 22:03:18

Morganton chicken processing plant noted for 33 violations of inhumane activity

MORGANTON, N.C. - Government regulators have filed 33 violations of inhumane activity at a chicken processing plant in Morganton. The organization found the Department of Agriculture documented violations over a two-year period, ranking Case Farms second worst out of 300 chicken processing facilitie

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Federal report finds inhumane violations at NC poultry plant

Updated: Nov 19, 2017 - 4:03 PMMORGANTON, N.C. (AP) - A poultry company in western North Carolina says it has installed cameras in the plant where live birds are present after a federal report found 33 inhumane violations. The Morganton News Herald reports the U.S. Agriculture Department found the

WSOC-TV - 2017-11-19 21:03:58

Property selected for future development

GLEN ALPINE -As the economy continues to improve, Burke County is getting more interest from companies looking to start, expand or relocate. For Burke Development Inc., the public/private economic development entity in the county, that means being able to show prospective companies buildings to move

MORGANTON NEWS HERALD - 2017-11-19 19:00:00

Three more arrests made in ongoing drug crackdown

Three more arrest were made in the Cleveland County Sheriffs Office ongoing crackdown on drugs in the community. Robert Lee Oxentine, 27, of Casar Road, Lawndale, Robyn Rena Price, 44, and Richard Alan Thurman Jr., 36, both of Big Hill Road, Lawndale, face multiple charges related to drug possession

GASTON GAZETTE - 2017-11-19 22:00:38

Crime roundup (Nov. 6 - 13)

Add digital to current active Sunday - Friday print subscription The following charges were served on Monday, November 6: Randall Ivey Kincaid, 33, of 2851 Corpening Chapel Road, in Morganton, was charged with misdemeanor damage to real property. He was transported to Burke-Catawba jail and placed

MORGANTON NEWS HERALD

Controversy sparks over electric supplier

Controversy has followed discussion and decisions on a new county jail. Now, the county and city of Morganton are at odds over who should supply power to the facility. The city of Morganton says it should supply the power to the new jail on Government Drive because it is in the city limits but the c

MORGANTON NEWS HERALD - 2017-11-18 19:00:00

Bristol School Board tours possible new elementary sites, parents raise concerns

BRISTOL, Va. - Bristol, Virginia school board members boarded a bus and took a field trip Saturday to look at sites for a new elementary school. The board wanted to narrow down the 13 possible sites and hear input from people in the city. School board members hope to consolidate the four current ele

WCYB.COM - 2017-11-18 22:55:02

Bristol city leaders confirm Hobby Lobby to come to The Falls

Bristol city leaders confirmed at a news conference Friday that Hobby Lobby will be coming to The Falls development. Officials estimate the store will open in Spring 2018. News 5's Tiana Bohner will have much more on the announcement coming up on News 5.

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Bristol residents swarm to ALDI opening despite chilly weather

BRISTOL, Va. - It wasn't Black Friday, but Teresa Wheeland stood in line starting at 4 a.m. Thursday for the grand opening of ALDI, the Twin City's newest grocery store. Wrapped in a blanket and several layers of clothing to ward off the chill, the Bristol, Tennessee, resident said she didn't want t

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Bristol Crisis Center names new director

BRISTOL HERALD COURIER BRISTOL, Va. - The Bristol Crisis Center has named Lynn Darnell as the organization's executive director. Darnell has served on the Crisis Center Board for the last two years and the interim director since earlier this year. She replaces former executive director Stephanie Poe

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