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Mendocino County hires new Cannabis Program Manager
Building inspector Sean Connell has been hired to oversee Mendocino County’s Cannabis Program, Agricultural Commissioner Harinder Grewal announced Tuesday. “I hope he will help make Mendocino County’s program a shining example of success,” Grewal told the Mendocino County Commissioners during their
Bay Area weather: Dense fog affects morning commute
The Bay Area’s morning commute might take longer than usual Tuesday. A dense fog is expected to limit visibility Tuesday morning to less than one-quarter mile at times throughout the Bay Area, according to the National Weather Service.
Mendocino County Sheriff’s Office now using WeTip hotline
As of Dec. 6, the Mendocino County Sheriff’s Office began employing the WeTip hotline program to help fight crime throughout Mendocino County. WeTip hotline phones are answered by bilingual tip operators 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Anyone can call the phone number if they have information about
The SF Bay Area Peninsula: 2018’s most dazzling holiday light displays
Holiday lights are illuminating homes and businesses across the San Francisco Bay Area. But while some of us just hang a strand or two and call it done, others go all out, decorating their homes, roofs, gardens and patios in such exuberant fashion, crowds flock to see.
Living with lead poisoning in the San Francisco Bay Area: Persistent Poison Pt I
This is the first story in our four-part award-winning series “Persistent Poison: Lead’s Toxic Legacy in the Bay Area. A 2017 Reuters report showed that a few Bay Area neighborhoods have some of the highest rates of childhood lead poisoning in the country.
Fire displaces Mendocino Coast couple, firefighter injured
A fire believed to have started with a wood-burning stove destroyed a house in the Mendocino Coast community of Caspar late Friday night, displacing the couple who lived there and likely killing several pet cats, officials said.
Give a gift of Mendocino County history this holiday season
With Christmas just a couple weeks away, local shopping is in full swing and those who are looking for items with a Mendocino County connection are invited to stop by The Ukiah Daily Journal office, 617 S. State St., and peruse the books in our local history series, which are a perfect size for unde
Homelessness in the Bay Area — it’s worse than we thought
The massive tent encampments and dilapidated RVs lining neighborhood streets make it clear there’s a problem, but according to a new report, the Bay Area’s homelessness crisis is even worse than previously thought.
Bay Area man coughed up blood clot in shape of lung’s bronchial tree
The patient had come in for heart failure, and physicians at the University of California at San Francisco had an aggressive plan to help. Doctors there inserted a heart pump through his leg artery to flood his organs with blood. But there is a downside to the strategy – clots can form through its u
Mendocino County Board of Supervisors to discuss changes to cannabis ordinances
Only two items are listed on the agenda for Tuesday’s meeting of the Mendocino County Board of Supervisors, both related to cannabis ordinances. According to the staff report for the Dec. 11 meeting, staff was directed at the Nov. 16 meeting to make changes to the county’s ordinances related to cann
JV Wolverines boys and girls chalk up a win against rival Fort Bragg Timberwolves
The JV Lady Wolverines won in their first game against Fort Bragg 32 to 14. The girls started strong and played strong, stopping many attempted shots by the Timberwolves. In the first half the Wolverines were in the lead 19 to 6 and never looked back. Head Coach Carrie Andrade states,”We opened our
Holiday lights up Fort Bragg
Fort Bragg’s holiday season got its official start Dec. 1 as the Holiday Lights Parade, Christmas Tree Lighting and Santa’s visit to the Guest House Museum combined to turn a chilly Saturday night into a joyful occasion.
23 Fun Things: 'The Nutcracker' returns, tastings from steak to Champagne, shopping pop-ups + more Bay Area events
It's about two weeks to Christmas and things are getting seriously freakin' festive. This week, see The Nutcracker at San Francisco Ballet or A Christmas Carol at A.C.T., hear Chanticleer sing their holiday magic, enjoy a Moroccan-style dinner theater, shop Chronicle Books' warehouse sale and more h
Controversial Christmas classic 'Baby It's Cold Outside' returns to Bay Area airwaves
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- The controversial Christmas song "Baby It's Cold Outside" isback on the air at 96.5 KOIT after thousands of Bay Area listeners demanded its return. In this age of #MeToo, some likened the song's lyrics to date rape.
Crab Season Delayed Again North of the Sonoma-Mendocino County Line
The commercial crabbing season has been delayed for a second time for the area north of the Sonoma-Mendocino county line. The delay is meant to allow the crustaceans time to mature and gain weight, according to state regulators. Normally crabbing begins on December 1st in that region. The commercial
Local crew spent two weeks on the Camp Fire
On Nov. 8, the morning that the Camp Fire started in Butte County, John Paul McMillan, Andrea Pennebaker, Kenyon Begley and Tanner Flagg were already suited up and in Clear Lake. The four were part of a pre-staged firefighting team that combined two coast departments – McMillan and Flagg from Mendoc
Homelessness: The shadow that hangs over students in this Bay Area school district
Maddie Godoy doesn’t have much time for homework. When she gets home from school, the 11-year-old babysits for her little brothers. She often makes dinner, scrambled eggs or hot dogs, whatever is in the fridge. She plays hide and seek with Iker, 2, in the family’s small apartment before getting him
Mendocino Ballet’s ‘The Nutcracker’ ready for Ukiah and Fort Bragg performances
In December of 1892, Russian audiences were first delighted with the two-act ballet, “The Nutcracker.” Originally with music composed by Peter Tchaikovsky and dances choreographed by Marius Petipa and Lev Ivanov, the dance has changed immensely from what it was in 1892 and has become a traditional,
12 great Bay Area outings for holiday houseguests
The Livermore Wine Trolley takes guests on sipping jaunts through Livermore Valley wine country every weekend. Livermore's Campo di Bocce features indoor and outdoor bocce ball courts, and indoor and outdoor dining areas with a full bar.
Body Found In Eel River May Be That Of Missing Santa Rosa Man
NORTHERN CALIFORNIA — The Mendocino County Sheriff's Office is investigating whether human remains found Wednesday in a river near the Mendocino-Humboldt county line are those of a missing Santa Rosa man.