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Farmers Market senior coupons

Summer is here and it’s that time of year again for the Farmers’ Markets. The Area Agency on Aging of Lake & Mendocino Counties is happy to announce the availability of a free coupon booklet worth $20.00 for low-income older adults to be used for the purchase of vegetables and fruits. Contact your local senior … Continue reading Farmers Market senior coupons

Police investigate a homicide in Clearlake

Authorities are investigating a homicide that took place last week in Clearlake. Lake County News is reporting, last Thursday afternoon around 3:40 officers responded to the 15000 block of 35th Avenue on a report of shots fired. Officers found an individual who had suffered unknown injuries. The victim was taken to a local hospital where … Continue reading Police investigate a homicide in Clearlake

Fatal Big Rig Crash

The California Highway Patrol investigated a fatal big rig crash. The head-on, multiple-vehicle wreck happened around 8:15 Thursday morning on Highway 29 between Highway 175 and Kit’s Corner near Smith Ranch Road. The highway was closed for several hours while Officers investigated. Witnesses say the big rig was travelling north on Highway 29 when the … Continue reading Fatal Big Rig Crash

Cell Phone Tower Proposals to be Discussed

This week, the Clearlake Planning Commission will discuss a proposal to install a new cell phone tower on Burns Valley Road. Verizon Wirless wants to install the 70-foot-tall tower which will be a “monopine,” designed to look like a pine tree. Staff is recommending the commission’s approval of the mitigated negative declaration, use permit and … Continue reading Cell Phone Tower Proposals to be Discussed

Weed-Mowing Advisory Issued

The Lake County Fire Chiefs Association has issued a weed-mowing advisory due to fire danger. In Lake County, local fire departments, Cal Fire and US Forest Service have responded to several fires over the past few weeks started by mowing in the afternoon. The chiefs ask that you use a string trimmer when clearing weeds … Continue reading Weed-Mowing Advisory Issued

Ukiah Woman Arrested for Assaulting Medical Staff

A Ukiah woman was recently arrested over an alleged assault of staff at the Ukiah Valley Medical Center. UPD officers responded to the emergency room around 1:30 a.m. June 28, on a report that a 26-year-old woman was spitting and demanding medical care. She then bit one of the nurses on the torso, and resisted … Continue reading Ukiah Woman Arrested for Assaulting Medical Staff

Board of Supervisors to Consider CaliforniaFIRST

Homeowners in Mendocino County could soon be getting some assistance in paying for home improvements. The Mendocino County Board of Supervisors may pass a resolution tomorrow to adopt CaliforniaFIRST. That program allows property owners to finance home improvements with bonds bonds administered by a county provider, rather than from a loan from a bank.

Willits pool will remain open

After substantial feedback area residents, The Willits city council voted 3–1 to raise daily swim costs from $4 to $5 and to raise package rates proportionately. The council also raised the heavily discounted preschool swim lesson rates. Willits News says, The city pool is available for city use only 3 months of the year and … Continue reading Willits pool will remain open

Cooling Centers Open in Mendocino County

The hot temperatures have prompted Mendocino County to open a number of cooling centers for people to step out of the heat. Among the locations are: The Ukiah Conference Center on School Street, and Plowshares Peace and Justice Center, onnState Street in Ukiah. The Ukiah Senior Center is serving as both a cooling and hydration … Continue reading Cooling Centers Open in Mendocino County

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