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McGuire’s Gravy Trail

In the huge, multi-million dollar study which McGuire’s Great Redwood Trail 2018 bill commissioned which was to be completed by last summer (it was), we…

Laytonville Council To Supes: 10% Pot Rule Bad

As discussed here last week, County officials have now decided to expand pot cultivation effectively removing all caps on pot and open up rangeland to…

80 Vaccination Slots Available

Adventist Health has 80 slots left for Willits tomorrow, February 25, 9am - 2pm. Persons ages 65 and older and those who are turning 65…

County Notes (February 24, 2021)

You Thought Ortner Was Gone? They are — but… Tuesday Supes Agenda: “Item 5d) Discussion and Possible Action Including Adoption of Resolution Granting Chair Authority…

Off the Record (February 24, 2021)

MILL CREEK is a Ukiah feeder stream to the Russian River. Used to be lush with fish, running down out of the west hills, across…

Valley People (February 24, 2021)

BOONVILLE/AV FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA has 2 FFA members earning their California State FFA Degree this year. This is the highest award given in the…

County Notes (February 17, 2021)

Mendo’s Vaccination Cluster-Bleep At last Tuesday Board meeting, Supervisor Ted Williams asked if there was “general board support” for “publishing on a daily basis how…

Off the Record (February 17, 2021)

AFTER AN HOUR of irrelevant, stumbling, beside-the-point, unfocused, and downright cringing discussion, the Supervisors voted 3-2 to continue Mrs. Liz Barney's public info contract, Gjerde…

Valley People (February 17, 2021)

BOONVILLE HIGH SCHOOL’S indefatigable Ag teacher, Beth Swehla, organized her  floral design class to carry out a timely Valentine’s Day sale of student work product…

Vaccine Availability on the Coast

As of this writing, 176 million doses of the various COVID vaccines have been given worldwide.  Perhaps it is not surprising that the vast majority…

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