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Murder Suspect Not Charged

Becuase of insufficient evidence, a Clearlake man was not charged yesterday with murder for a double homicide. Police believe 26-year-old Francisco Leon-Sarmiento is connected to the murders of Steven Jepsen, 54, and Juan Perez-Rodriguez, 38 because he was seen leaving the scene of the crime on the 16000 block of 35th Avenue. According to CPD, … Continue reading Murder Suspect Not Charged

UUSD to Hire More Teachers

You always hear about school district cutting teachers — but the Ukiah Unified School District is hiring more. This month, The district’s board of trustees approved moving forward with the hiring of seven more full-time teachers for its elementary schools. The district’s current Strategic Pla for fiscal year 2015–16 includes funding for seven new reading … Continue reading UUSD to Hire More Teachers

Petition Challenges No Grow Ordiance Clearlake

A petition challenging the newly approved no grow marijuana ordinance in Clearlake has been subnmitted with over a thousand signatures. The petition asks that a referendum be placed on a ballot, allowing voters to decide on the no grow measure. The city council passed the ordinance in late February citing safety issues and cost. While … Continue reading Petition Challenges No Grow Ordiance Clearlake

Recreational Abalone Season Opens April 1

California’s popular red abalone sport fishery season will open tomorrow — and officials are reminding everyone about the regulations. The California Department of Fish and Wildlife also enacted regulations last year that changed the start time from one-half hour before sunrise to 8 a.m. The limit on abalone cards was also reduced from 24 to … Continue reading Recreational Abalone Season Opens April 1

Suspects Arrested in Stabbing

Two people have been arrested in connection with a stabbing. Lake County Sheriff’s deputies have arrested two people for a stabbing. 26 year old Matthew Williams of Clearlake and a 15 year old male were taken into custody Sunday afternoon after deputies responded to the area of Elem Drive in Clearlake Oaks for a reported … Continue reading Suspects Arrested in Stabbing

Tsunami debris discussed in Fort Bragg

Tsunami debris discovered on the North Coast was the topic of discussion at a meeting in Fort Bragg. Bits and pieces of debris generated by the tsunami that devastated Japan in 2011 are being found by local residents and tourists. The Advocate News reports, Eben Schwartz, a marine debris program manager with the California Coastal … Continue reading Tsunami debris discussed in Fort Bragg

Brooktrails and Willits reach agreement

Brooktrails and the city of Willits have reached an agreement. Wilits News reports, Brooktrails and Willits abruptly resolved their litigation and set up a new framework for working together. The agreement was read into the court record last Wednesday effectively ending the conflict. This unprecedented move occurred while the trial was underway. Brooktrails Board President … Continue reading Brooktrails and Willits reach agreement

Man Injured in Rollover

A weekend accident sent a man to the hospital with major injuries. According to the California Highway Patrol, 57 year old Dana Montgomery of Corning was travelling Westbound on Highway 20 Saturday morning around 3:30 when the semi truck he was driving overturned spilling a tank trailer full of 5000 gallons of milk and trapping … Continue reading Man Injured in Rollover

Mendocino Coast Chamber of Commerce CEO Stepping Down

Mendocino Coast Chamber of Commerce CEO Debra DeGraw is stepping down. After serving in that role for 12.5 years, she’s leaving to become the new Director of Retail Operations for North Coast Brewing Comapny. DeGraw, who also serves as the County Film Commissioner, will volunteer her time in that role until a new person is … Continue reading Mendocino Coast Chamber of Commerce CEO Stepping Down

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