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It could be a longer wait for your tax refund next year

It could take longer for you to get your income tax refund next year. The IRS commissioner John Koskinen says budget cuts enacted by congress means fewer agents will be auditing returns, and about half of the people who call the IRS for help won’t reach someone. He says the budget cuts could hurt taxpayer […]

Arrests made in home invasion

Bail is set at $400,000 for a Petaluma man. 21 year old Mark Papillion was booked into the Mendocino County Jail for his suspected involvement in a past Redwood Valley home invasion. According to the Mendocino County Sheriff’s Office, a home invasion was reported on September 7th at 4 in the morning. One man was […]

Clear Lake Level on the Rise

Clear Lake’s level continues to rise. The Record-Bee reports that as of noon Wednesday, the lake level was 1.82 feet on the Rumsey Gauge. As of 10:15 p.m. last night, Clear Lake was 2.04 feet on the Rumsey Gauge. Last year, the maximum the lake level reached was 2.4 feet on the Rumsey Gauge. Yolo […]

Fort Bragg Ending Water Emergency

Because the recent rains have helped to replenish groundwater and flows in local rivers and streams, The city of Fort Bragg is ending its Stage 1 Water Emergency designation. The Fort Bragg public works director says they are happy to be able to fully serve all of their customers. He adds that even though the […]

Administrator Moves from Lake to Mendocino County

Lake County’s loss is Mendocino County’s gain. Lake County’s Deputy Administrative Officer, Alan Flora, is leaving his role there to become the Assistant Chief Executive Officer for Mendocino County. Flora says he appreciates the community in Lake County, which he has served for six years. Mendocino County’s Chief Executive Officer, Carmel Angelo believes the relationships […]

Sports Highlights

Sports Highlights Kelseyville beat defending tournament champion Middletown 58–45 in first-round junior varsity action last night during the 21st annual Record-Bee Hoop Classic at Lower Lake High School. Kelseyville returns to action today at 2:30 p.m. against Clear Lake while Middletown plays Lower Lake at 4:30 p.m. Ukiah High School Boys’ varity Basketball team picked […]

More Problems for Ukiah Palace Hotel

The Ukiah Palace Hotel might have more than an asbestos problem — it could now be facing a mold problem. The owner hasn’t fallen through with the necessary steps that would Bluewater Environmental Services to begin the removal of asbestos from the building. In addition, the recent rains have soaked the building — and nothing […]

CHP Continues Investigation into Fatal Crash

The Ukiah Daily Journal reports that California Highway Patrol is continuing the investigating a fatal one car accident yesterday. A 67-year-old Willits man was killed while driving on Highway 20. According to the CHP, the man was driving east on Hwy. 20 between Fort Bragg and Willits when for an unknown reason made he an […]

Holiday Tips from The Lakeport Police Department

The holidays are rapidly approaching and the Lakeport Police Department would like to remind us of some important safety tips and general information. Traffic Safety will be extremely important during this time of year as pedestrian and vehicular traffic increase due to holiday travelers. Please take extra care to watch for pedestrians as you drive […]

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