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Cloverdale man convicted on three felony counts of animal cruelty in horse neglect case
Happy now – Fred, one of 12 horses seized from his owner in Cloverdale, with his new owner on her farm in Placerville. Photo Jinifer Price
North State Modifieds visit Ukiah on Saturday
Rick Avila is the inspiration behind the North State Modified Series 2018 Driving Out Cancer Tour. Avila, who is battling cancer, drives the No. 42o car.
Assignment: Ukiah-Someone might get hurt out there. Me.
I went off to play a game of slow pitch softball the other day and after about an inning the game was screaming at me, letting me know that for me it was over and had been for 30 years. The signs that I was washed up, useless, an embarrassment to the game and a danger to myself and others were every
Crews knock down series of weekend fires
The incident, dubbed the Creek Fire, was reported with smoke seen on the 9400 block of Rocky Creek Road — by the location of where the 2015 Rocky Fire took place near Morgan Valley Road — just after 2 p.m.
In Our Opinion: Yes or no, but say so
Like most housing developments that are proposed in this county, there is a cadre of people hotly opposed to it on any number of grounds, including traffic, or zoning, or the design, or any number of other impacts.
Mendocino County history: Widening State Street in Ukiah - 1950
These buildings on the west side of the 300 block of North State Street each gave up several feet of frontage in 1950 for the cause of a wider highway. George Merk, of Merk Radio Shop in the middle of the block, owned most of the block, and took the opportunity to remodel his shop as well as the oth
Cloverdale Police run Special Olympics torch
Police departments across Sonoma County participated in the Law Enforcement Torch Run on June 12, when the Torch of Hope was carried through Sonoma County, with Cloverdale, Healdsburg and Windsor Police Departments carrying the torch through north county streets. The torch is on its way to the Speci
October wildfire survivors transform a charred hand truck into something new
But each time Turnbow drove from her home in Ukiah to do something at the fire site in Santa Rosa, she’d pause where the garage had been and eye that steel dolly. Her mom, Donna Payne, must have put a million miles on it lugging garden supplies and such all around the sloped yard.
LPD after mountain lion sighting: be alert
The notice, sent via a Nixle alert Friday morning, came after officers from the LPD and the Department of Fish and Wildlife were dispatched to the park around 8 a.m. after someone reported a sighting.
Man dies in scuba incident at Salt Point State Park in Sonoma County
The Fremont resident was scuba diving with a friend at around 2:40 p.m. about 200 feet from the shore in Gerstle Cove, said Lt. Orlando Rodriguez, a spokesman for the Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office.
Firefighters battling 32-acre fire in Lake County
The fire, located in the community of Lower Lake, was 95 percent contained within three hours, according to officials.
Northern California County to Pay $2M Over Inmate Death
A spokesman for the son, Dane Shikman, said Thursday that Shikman filed a federal lawsuit alleging his mother, Elizabeth Gaunt, was left in a Lake County jail sobering cell in 2015 without being evaluated by a doctor, even though she was hallucinating.
Have you been to Elk? Inn's reopening shines light on sleepy Mendocino town
If you go to elkWhere to stayHarbor House Inn: Rooms from $350, prix-fixe dinner $150; 5600 S. Highway 1, Elk; 800-720-7474, theharborhouseinn.comWhere to eatThe Elk Store: Deli and grocery, 6101 Highway 1, Elk; 707-877-3544, theelkstore.comWhat to seeGreenwood State Beach Visitor Center and Museum:
Ukiah High School 2017/18 sports in review - Part 3, Spring sports
The Spring sports season at Ukiah High was the most recent to conclude their competitions for the 2017-18 school year. Though of the major sports, the Spring season had the most teams moving on to playoffs. Softball, Swimming and Diving, and the Track and Field team celebrated monumental seasons, wh
MCSO: Ukiah man arrested for attempted murder after stabbing his uncle multiple times
While responding, deputies were advised a 70-year-old man had been stabbed, officials said. Medical Personnel were summoned to respond.
3 injured in Hwy. 1 rollover crash involving biodiesel truck
Around 2:41 p.m. Monday, Edward Grace, 64, Santa Cruz, was driving a freightliner truck northbound on Highway 1, just north of Iversen Road, when he lost control of his truck for an unknown reason and rolled east into the southbound lane, according to a release.
The Food Stamp Work Requirement Is a Scheme to Punish Hungry Americans
SNAP has a profound positive impact on hungry families. (Getty) Growing up in Boonville, California in the 1990s, a friend of mine would sometimes jokingly use the phrase "the beatings will continue until morale improves." If people are feeling bad, what better incentive to change their mood than g
Car rolls down steep embankment near Ukiah Tuesday
“The vehicle probably rolled through 300 feet of vegetation,” said Jennings, adding that the trees and brush definitely helped the woman driving the Lexus sedan escape more serious injury. “She was lucky that the rolling was softened.”
Another $236,000 needed for Grace Hudson Museum’s Wild Gardens in Ukiah
The Ukiah City Council Wednesday will be asked to approve spending $236,000 from the city’s general fund to pay for work on the Grace Hudson Museum’s Wild Gardens Project, though a $3 million grant was previously awarded to the city for the ambitious upgrade to the facility.
The 2018 Kids Triathlon in Ukiah
City of Ukiah and Healthy Mendocino work together to help Mendocino County become a better community. The City of Ukiah chose to become a part of the Childhood Obesity and Family Wellness action team to make a difference within the community. The Kids Triathlon is a great activity to get the kids of