The Governor has issued an order to expedite emergency housing for the thousands Valley fire survivors who have been left homeless. The 76,067-acre fire, is expected to be fully contained tomorrow. The fire has destroyed approximately 1,958 structures, including more than 1,300 homes, according to Cal Fire. The fire may have left more than 3,600 … Continue reading Governor Issues Order to Expedite Emergency Housing for Valley Fire →
The Lake County Disaster Recovery Center in Clearlake is open to help survivors impacted by the Valley Fire. The center is located at 14848 Olympic Drive. Representatives from the Federal Emergency Management Agency, the State of California, the U.S. Small Business Administration and other agencies are among those represented to explain assistance programs and help … Continue reading Lake County Disaster Recovery Center Open in Clearlake →
Last week, the Fort Bragg City Council declared a Stage 3 Water Emergency after the Cityâs Noyo River water diversion became too impacted by saltwater to be used. The city has suspended sales of water to water haulers. They have implemented conservation protocols at the Wastewater Treatment Facility and the Water Treatment Plant. The city … Continue reading UPDATE ON FORT BRAGGâS STAGE 3 WATER EMERGENCY →
Sports Highlights â in weekend Football: Fort Bragg defeated Lower Lake 54â9. The Timberwolves improve to 5â0, matching St. Helena atop NCL I. The Ukiah Wildcats got a homecoming win over Santa Rosa 22â6 The JVs scored a crushing victory against the Santa Rosa 48â0! Willits suffered their first loos to Middletown 43â8 St. Helena … Continue reading Weekend Football Scores →
This week is National Fire Prevention Week, and Cal Fire says itâs a good time to make sure all homes have working smoke alarmsâ¦ Almost two-thirds of all home fire deaths occur in homes without a smoke alarm or no working smoke alarm. Working smoke alarms can reduce a personâs chance of dying in a … Continue reading Fire Prevention Week →
Californians cut water use by 27 percent in August, marking the third consecutive month that residents and businesses surpassed the 25 percent conservation goal set by Governor Brown to deal with the relentless drought. The figures released by the State Water Resources Control Board showed a slight decrease in savings from the 31 percent posted … Continue reading Californians cut water use in August. →
Redwood Credit Union is hosting a free document shredding event for the community this Saturday from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at Redwood Credit Union on Orchard Avenue in Ukiah. Computer Technology & Resource Center will also be on site to collect and recycle e-waste such as old computers, printers, cell phones and personal electronics.
Gainesville Ep. 108: This Is Our Little Family The Mowgli’s “I’m Good” Jake Etheridge “All My Friends” For more of the Gainesville gang, catch all new episodes Thursdays at 10 p.m. ET/PT. And for exclusive news and video, photo galleries and more, head over to CMT.com, the CMT app, the official Gainesville Facebook page and... Read more »
After several weeks of ups and downs, our gang finally got back together this week and reminded each other why they became friends in the first place. Our only question now is… Can we join the fam?! ICYMI: Here are the top 5 moments from this week’s new episode! But just when we thought everything... Read more »
The Earls of Leicester - a band established to honor the musical legacy of Flatt & Scruggs and the Foggy Mountain Boys - swept the International Bluegrass Music Awards presented Thursday night (Oct. 1) at Duke Energy Center in Raleigh, N. C.
Yes, rain makes corn and corn makes whiskey -- but rain also makes for a difficult and dangerous setup for an outdoor show.