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Lakeport women's club ready for big month

December is a big month for Lakeport Women's Civic Club. It is the month after their annual holiday craft fair, one of two large fund raisers that they host each year. This year's event was an outstanding success. Money from the sale of booth spaces, a magnificent bake sale, and all day snack bar s

LAKE COUNTY RECORD BEE - 2017-11-22 08:00:00

Lakeport Council to hold first reading of ordinance

LAKEPORT >> After long hours of discussion during Planning Commission meetings, the Lakeport City Council will hold the first reading of the Commercial Cannabis Use Ordinance and the Personal Cannabis Cultivation Ordinance this evening. Lakeport Community Development Director Kevin Ingram said that

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Motorhome, semi-truck collide on Highway 101 near Calpella

No injuries were reported in a collision Wednesday morning between a motorhome and a semi-truck near Calpella. The crash was reported around 9:55 a.m. Nov. 22 on the off-ramp from northbound Highway 101 to Moore Street, and emergency responders arrived to find a semi-truck down the embankment. The v

UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL - 2017-11-22 08:00:00

Sutter's leaders reflect on rural health

Leeann Hadgis, Director of Sutter Lakeside Ambulatory Clinics. LAKEPORT >> Lake County is a wonderful place to live and work, but it's also home to a host of healthcare challenges. On National Rural Health Day - November 16 - Leeann Hadgis, Director of Sutter Lakeside Ambulatory Clinics and Dan Pe

LAKE COUNTY RECORD BEE - 2017-11-22 08:00:00

Through the Years in the Reveille

The following items are selected from archived issues of the Cloverdale Reveille. November 25, 1905 - 112 years ago A brick block building is being erected on the site of the old Buckman property in Hopland. The new building will contain a bank, store, butcher shop and post office. The bank will be

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Cream of the Division V crop

Kelseyville High School's Yareli Lozano was honored along with other state qualifiers and the top seven finishers in the Division V girls race on Saturday during the North Coast Section Cross Country Championshpis at Hayward High School. From left are Lozano, who finished 14th overall to secure the

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Santa Rosa Woman Dies From Injuries In U.S. 101 Hit-And-Run: CHP

SONOMA COUNTY, CA - A Santa Rosa woman who was struck by a car after a vehicle collision last week has died, a California Highway Patrol officer said. Juanita Santana, 36, lost control of a 1999 Mercedes-Benz that hydroplaned as she drove onto southbound U.S. Highway 101 from the Steele Lane on ram

PATCH - 2017-11-22 21:52:26

Mendocino County jury finds San Bernardino County man guilty of multiple felonies

A Mendocino County jury found a man formerly of Apple Valley in San Bernardino County, guilty of multiple felony charges Monday. According to information made public via social media by the Mendocino County District Attorney's office, a Ukiah jury found Thessalonian Catrell Love, 27, guilty of atte

UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL

Bradenton assisted living facility sells for $13.8 million

A real estate investment trust has purchased the Bradenton Oaks assisted living facility for $13.8 million. An affiliate of Griffin-American Healthcare of Irvine, California, bought the 112-unit facility at 1015 7th Ave. E. in Bradenton, according to court records. The seller, a unit of Fortress Inv

HERALD TRIBUNE - 2017-11-22 18:24:27

Lines out the door for Thanksgiving Feast at Salvation Army in Bradenton

BRADENTON, FL (WWSB) - Lines were out the door at the Salvation Army for their annual Thanksgiving feast in Manatee County. A crowd of 500 was expected, which would have been a record number for the Salvation Army in Bradenton. About 300 people showed up for the meal. Chef Thomas Giglio's team worke

MYSUNCOAST.COM - 2017-11-23 19:48:00

Bradenton Blues Festival is sold out

For first time, annual event on Riverwalk has sold out nearly two weeks in advance BRADENTON - Gaze across the Riverwalk grounds where the event takes place and its popularity should come as no surprise. Last year, The Bradenton Blues Festival sold out early in the day, leaving numerous live music f

HERALD TRIBUNE - 2017-11-22 18:20:23

Runners dodge raindrops for Bradenton's 20th annual 'give to run' Turkey Trot

Many hoped the rain would hold off for the Bradenton Runners Club's 20th annual Turkey Trot 5-miler, but the drizzle started earlier than forecast Thanksgiving morning. The rain fell as steadily as the donations filled bins of food brought by runners who "give to run" for Turning Points and the Foo

BRADENTON HERALD - 2017-11-23 21:35:00

Things to do: Nov. 23-29 | Bradenton Herald

The Bridge Street Merchants will host its annual Christmas tree lighting ceremony on Nov. 25 on Bridge Street in Bradenton Beach. Santa Claus will arrive at 4:30 p.m. The Magic of Manatee Sweet Adeline Chorus will be singing Christmas carols. The tree will be lit around 6 p.m. The tree lighting will

BRADENTON HERALD - 2017-11-22 19:46:20

Concerts: Nov. 23-29 | Bradenton Herald

Sign up today for unlimited digital access to our website, apps, the digital newspaper and more. SUBSCRIBE NOW Dec. 1: SCF Music Ensembles present, "Holiday Joy," the music of Hanukkah and Christmas, 8 p.m., Neel Performing Arts Center, State College of Florida, Bradenton; $15 general, $5 students a

BRADENTON HERALD - 2017-11-22 23:59:59

Salvation Army feeds hundreds in Bradenton on Thanksgiving

Outstanding leader to be recognized by Manatee Chamber of Commerce Robert P. Bartz Award for Outstanding Leadership announced. Nominations are invited. Latest News 15-year former drug addict talks about change and 'High on Jesus' ministry Justin Halas, 34, has been clean for about four years

BRADENTON HERALD - 2017-11-23 08:00:00

Bradenton man arrested for DUI

Mitchell Egan, 21 For the second time in two months, a Bradenton man was arrested for driving under the influence. Mitchell Egan, 21, was arrested Nov. 8 for driving impaired in Holmes Beach after failing a field-sobriety test, according to a HBPD police report. Egan was traveling north in the 2900

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Driver Charged in Edinburg Fatal Accident

EDINBURG - A driver accused in a deadly weekend accident is facing charges. Ciro Gutierrez is charged with intoxication manslaughter and intoxication assault. The charges stem from a wreck that happened on Expressway 281 and Trenton just after midnight Saturday. Edinburg police said Gutierrez lost c

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Special delivery: 550 Edinburg families in need receive Thanksgiving meals

EDINBURG - Families living within the city and surrounding area received an early holiday meal Monday morning as part of the seventh annual Edinburg Cares Food Drive. City officials, employees and dozens of community members gathered at the Sports and Wellness Center to team up and deliver a full Th

MCALLEN MONITOR

Edinburg Police: Cyclist at Fault in School Bus Accident

EDINBURG - Edinburg police said the cyclist involved in an accident along with a school bus is at fault. Edinburg police said the cyclist failed to properly cross the intersection. The South Texas ISD school bus, police said, had the right-of-way. Seven students were on board the bus at the time. Th

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Valley students part of team leading Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade

McALLEN - For three Rio Grande Valley high school students this year the holidays brought more than just another vacation as it came with the opportunity to participate in the iconic Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade as part of a nationwide drill team. Victoria Miramontez, 18, a senior at McAllen Memor

MCALLEN MONITOR - 2017-11-22 22:59:00