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Ukiah Volunteers On Giving Tuesday

Giving Tuesday saw 40 Valley Oak saplings that were started from acorns by students planted in Riverside Park.  Community Services Director Neil Davis said the planting was supervised by the Mendocino Land Trust.  Another group cleaned trash out of Orr Creek on Tuesday.  Volunteers from the Ukiah Valley Trail Group also worked on the Blue … Continue Reading Ukiah Volunteers On Giving Tuesday

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Fort Bragg City Council Votes to Buy Land for Reservoirs and Park

The Fort Bragg City Council has unanimously approved a plan to buy land, build three reservoirs and establish a park area on the acreage. The just under $2.5 million dollar purchase from the Mendocino Coast Recreation and Park District would secure 582 acres, around 30 0f which would be used for the reservoirs and the … Continue Reading Fort Bragg City Council Votes to Buy Land for Reservoirs and Park

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Deep Freeze In April Triggers USDA Disaster Declaration

The U.S. Department of Agriculture granted a Secretarial disaster designation for a number of counties in the state, including Lake and Mendocino after the deep freeze in April of this year. The designation makes USDA assistance available in the form of emergency farm loans for both physical and crop production losses as a direct result … Continue Reading Deep Freeze In April Triggers USDA Disaster Declaration

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Tribal Communities in Mendocino County to Benefit from $47 Million in Grants

Tribes in Lake and Mendocino County are among those slated to receive $47 million in funding from the state to help prevent and end homelessness and meet housing and services needs of tribal communities. The awards include $20 million in tribal homeless assistance grants to fund projects in 16 tribal communities across the state, and … Continue Reading Tribal Communities in Mendocino County to Benefit from $47 Million in Grants

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Lake County Air Quality Management District Lifts Burn Ban

The Lake County Air Quality Management District has announced the burn ban for 2022 has been lifted.  Burn permits continue to be required for all outdoor burning in Lake County Air Basin. The LakeCountyNews reports a smoke management plan is required for multiday, overnight, standing vegetation, and whole tree or vine removal burns over 20 … Continue Reading Lake County Air Quality Management District Lifts Burn Ban

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Two Ukiah Women Arrested for Credit Card Fraud, Theft, Drugs

Two Ukiah women who were caught using stolen credit cards at stores in the area were also found to have a cache of drugs in their possession. Saturday, a Ukiah woman reported her credit card and other items stolen from her vehicle. Activity on the card led to video footage that identified Angela Rivera and … Continue Reading Two Ukiah Women Arrested for Credit Card Fraud, Theft, Drugs