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MUSIC NEWS

A Conversation With Ronnie Milsap

In addition to an exceptional career, Ronnie Milsap has had a particularly memorable year that will be highlighted when he's formally inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame during ceremonies Sunday night (Oct. 26) in Nashville.

Reba McEntire's Father Clarke Passes Away

Early Friday (Oct. 24) morning, Reba McEntire went on social media to share the sad news her father had passed away on Thursday night.

Kenny Chesney to Resume Touring in 2015

Kenny Chesney announced his return to touring during a Friday appearance (Oct. 24) on ABC's Good Morning America.

Dustin Lynch Takes a Beer to the Face

Who throws a can of beer at a country singer's face?

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WHAT'S HAPPENING

Santa Cruz man objects to $242,000 ruling to Covelo Couple

This week a local attorney filed an objection in Mendocino County Superior Court, on behalf of a Santa Cruz man, to a judge’s tentative decision ordering payment of $242,000 to a Covelo family in a case allegedly involving a trespass marijuana grow. The Ukiah Daily Journal says, earlier this month, The court found that Ross […]

Bicyclist Injured by Suspected DUI Driver

An Upper Lake man who hit and seriously injured a woman riding a bicycle was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence. The crash happend just before 7:30 yesterday morning. George Carl Allen, 60, was driving a water tanker truck northbound on Elk Mountain Road. He passed the woman who was also traveling northbound […]

Commission Waits on Homen Building Project Approval

The Ukiah Planning Commission decided not to vote on a plan to build more homes on Ford Street because they first want to know more about the environmental impact first. The plan is to build four, single-family homes next to the Buddy Eller Center and near Orr Creek. The Ukiah Daily Journal reports that since […]

Dewey Stresses Importance of Measure P

During a recent public forum about Measure P, Ukiah Police Chief Chris Dewey explained what could happen if the sales tax that funds public safety doesn’t pass on November 4th. The Ukiah Daily Journal reports Dewey says the tax, which provides $2 million a year for police and fire services, is critical to the future […]

Ex-Felon Blows His Probation

Deputies from the Mendocino County Sheriff’s Office in were conducting extra patrol of the Harwood Park area in Laytonville this week, when they came in contact with Richard Geiger who was next to his vehicle parked in the parking lot. Deputies learned Geiger is an Ex-Felon on felony probation out of Mendocino County for drug […]

People Services Hit Hard by Thieves & Vandals

Clearlake People Services facility say they’ve lost hundreds of dollars in equipment and repairs thanks to thieves and vandals. The nonprofit organization on Lakeshore Drive works with adults with developmental disabilities. The Director says their facility has been targeted for the past two years with the most recent incidents happening this week. Their shed was […]

Sports Highlights

Sports Highlights In girls soccer: Clear Lake beat Kelseyville 2–0 , Ukiah lost to Montgomery, Middletown tied the Cloverdale Eagles 1–1 d which was good enough to help the Mustangs clinch a seventh straight league title In boys soccer: Kelseyville, Willits, and Middletown were all winners. Ukiah takes on Montgomery today. In football tonight: Fort […]

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