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Intersection Work in Lakeport

Lakeport Department of Public Works has announced starting this morning, AT&T will be working in the intersection of Lakeport Blvd and South Main Street with no completion time available. AT&T will have traffic control in place, so expect delays. Motorists are asked to find alternate routes and use caution in the area.

Tree Removal Today at Schoolhouse Museum

The Schoolhouse Museum in Lower Lake will be closed today, while a dying tree is removed. The longstanding blue oak in front of the museum has been in a state of decline for many years and will be removed by Northcoast Tree Care.The crew will use crew will use a crane to lift the tree … Continue reading Tree Removal Today at Schoolhouse Museum

Warrant Issued for HIt and Run DUI Driver

A jury returned from its deliberations late yesterday afternoon with guilty verdicts against Moises Villegas, 28, of Ukiah. He was found guilty of two separate counts of misdemeanor hit-and-run driving, two separate counts of driving a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol, and a single count of driving while unlicensed. Villegas failed to … Continue reading Warrant Issued for HIt and Run DUI Driver

Clearlake Bans All Marijuana Cultivation in the City

On a 3–1 vote the Clearlake City Council approved the second reading of an ordinance to ban all marijuana cultivation in the city. There were about 100 people in attendance for the meeting, which lasted close to four hours. The 2nd second and final reading of a new ordinance was the last action of the … Continue reading Clearlake Bans All Marijuana Cultivation in the City

Purina Lawsuit

A Northern California man has filed a class-action lawsuit against Purina, claiming that thousands of dogs have gotten sick or died after eating the company’s premium Beneful dry dog food. The plaintiff says, that both of his dogs got sick, and one ended up dying, after eating the food.There have been over 3,000 similar complaints … Continue reading Purina Lawsuit

Supervisor Jim Steele’s first town hall meeting

New Third District Supervisor Jim Steele will host his first community town hall in Upper Lake next week. Steele will discuss several topics including the proposed April closing of Westamerica Bank’s Upper Lake branch. He will also discuss several county projects, including the covered bike bridge project, Safe Route to Schools projects, sideways, the repaving … Continue reading Supervisor Jim Steele’s first town hall meeting

Sports Highlights

Sports Highlights: Middletown lost to Marin Catholic 68–58 in the first round of the North Coast Section Division IV girls’ basketball playoffs Kelesyville lost to Justin-Siena 57–41. The Lady Ukiah Wildcats play their second game of the playoffs tomorrow in Concord. In boys basketball playoff action: both Clear Lake and Kelseyville lost. The Willits Wolverines … Continue reading Sports Highlights

Rain and Snow Coming

The National Weather Service has issued a special weather statement for parts of Northern California, including Lake and Mendocino Counties. Rain is expected to being this afternoon through Saturday. Snow is expected in higher elevations. Snow levels will initially be between 5000 and 6000 feet dropping to around 3500 to 4500 feet by tomorrow afternoon. … Continue reading Rain and Snow Coming

IRS Scam Hits Fort Bragg Area

The Fort Bragg Police Department say they recieveded about 20 calls yesterday regarding a telephone scam. Scammers are claiming to be with the Internal Revenue Service and have altered their caller ID to appear to be with the IRS. Fake names and bogus IRS identification numbers are being used. Officials remind you that the IRS … Continue reading IRS Scam Hits Fort Bragg Area

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