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Valley People 1/27/2010

WHEN 128 COLLAPSED last week and stayed collapsed not far from the Sonoma County line for three days, locals got in and outtahere either by the Ukiah Road or via…

Valley People 1/20/2010

A FIRE at Highland Ranch destroyed a cabin and a vehicle parked beside it Saturday night. The blaze was reported about 11, sending fire trucks speeding along Ray's Road, across…

Valley People 1/13/2010

BOB MATHIAS was found dead Monday morning at his ranch six miles south of Boonville. Mathias was a former school superintendent and the founder of the Redwood Classic Basketball Tournament.…

Valley People 1/6/2010

WILLIAM HOUSLEY kicks off his new business, Vintage Wine Tours, this Saturday (January 9th) with a barbecue and complementary tour of The Valley's wineries. Be there at Vintage Wine Tours'…

Valley People 12/30/2009

OF ALL THE FILMS that will be shown at the forthcoming Anderson Valley Film Festival at the Philo Grange the weekend of January 29th to January 31st, don't miss Rivers…

Valley People 12/16/2009

 THOSE FETCHING little woolen dolls at the Knitted Brow in downtown Boonville are the creation of a young Polish artist named Katrin Laskowski who was born in Lodz where she…

Valley People 12/12/09

 THE FARMER'S WEATHER report is the only accurate one around here. Last Saturday, as the weather cuties on television were warning of a huge rain storm that would smack NorCal…

Valley People 12/2/2009

GUIDO PRONSOLINO died Monday at his home in Yorkville. He was 83. A full obituary will appear next week, but a potluck celebration of Guido's life will be held this…

Valley People 11/24/2009

THE BOONVILLE LODGE and its 13 jobs are being killed by an absentee landlord, a Sebastopol man named Johnson. The Lodge will be dead by January the first. Johnson has…

Valley People 11/18/2009

THE MENDOCINO HEADLANDS claimed another life when a young woman named Sussana Longman, 22, visiting the area from Ontario, Canada, died when she apparently “slipped into a crevice, then fell…

Valley People 11/11/2009

JOE DRESCH, our unfailingly accommodating and justly popular Philo postmaster, somehow avoided serious injury last Friday when, westbound on the downhill slope of the Ukiah-Boonville Road at milemarker 6.47, Joe…