‘Mendocino-Lake Counties’ Articles
Fort Bragg Middle School was on lockdown Monday afternoon after someone reported seeing murder suspect Aaron Bassler in the area, school officials reported.
Farmers Market enjoys late season
Heirloom tomatoes – once found exclusively at high-end restaurants – sit in baskets and bins at Tuesday’s Ukiah Farmers Market.
The Mendocino County Board of Supervisors will consider a moratorium on medical marijuana dispensaries that would last until burgeoning regulations for the dispensaries are in place.
Impact of reduction in project funds still uncertain
The Daily Journal
Negotiations to acquire both sets of property being considered for a new Mendocino County Courthouse can now begin, as the State Public Works Board announced this week that the second site has been approved.
Members of the largest county employee bargaining group on Tuesday continued the union’s visible campaign to combat what it’s calling unfair labor negotiation practices.
The following were compiled from reports prepared by the Ukiah Police Department. To anonymously report crime information, call 463-6205.
The largest county employee bargaining group, Service Employees International Union, Local 1021, on Monday filed an unfair labor practice lawsuit against the county.
Assault with kitchen knife
The Daily Journal
Authorities arrested a 19-year-old Ukiah woman who allegedly brandished a kitchen knife during an argument Sunday afternoon, according to the Mendocino County Sheriff’s Office.
My sixth-grade class at River Oak Charter School had been planning their trip to Mt. Lassen for months and months.
Our nation-wide shock on September 11, 2001 at seeing those two airliners penetrate the World Trade Center towers generated a sense of fear and vulnerability deep within our psyches.
When the twin towers were hit I was watching the 1 p.m. ABC news channel in a little village in England.
My husband, Bill, and I were on the last lap of our Alaskan cruise when the captain of this very large cruise ship (over 2,000 people) announced on the loud speaker, “Be prepared to vacate this ship at any time.
Thank you for this opportunity to re-visit myself in the context of Sept. 11, 2001.
Even though I do that at least every time I enter the courthouse downtown, with its security reminder about our encroaching police state.
I am a native New Yorker, born in Queens on an early September morning in 1970. I spent 20-odd years living in Manhattan.
Tuesday the 11th of September 2001 I was well into the second day of setting up several systems at the RAI in Amsterdam for the IBC (International Broadcasters Conference) scheduled to open Friday that week.