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THE STATE Regional Water Quality Control Board, headquartered in lush leather offices in Santa Rosa, has notified Carolyn Short, former owner of Jeff's Chevron next door to the firehouse (now…

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A YOUNG WOMAN from Chico is doubly nonplused at the loss of her I-Phone. Nonplused at herself for walking off without the phone after enjoying a lunch at  Moss­wood Market…

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SATURDAY NIGHT, June 12th, Anderson Valley's Community Chorus presents its annual Spring Concert at Lauren's Restaurant, 9pm. If you get out to one event all year, you won't go wrong…

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CANDIDATE for 5th District supervisor Jim Mastin and Mrs. Mastin pressed the flesh at the Lion's Club fund-raiser over the weekend, as did candidate for judge, Ann Moorman. Ms. Moorman…

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TOM SMITH, Boonville soccer coach, after whom the high school's soccer pitch is named, was at the beach in Thailand in 2004 when the largest tsunami in human history roared…

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LEE REYNOLDS was found dead last week in her room at the Brookside Convalescent Hospital, Ukiah. Lee was a pioneer property owner at the Holmes Ranch and well known inside…

Beyond the Politics — Candidate for 5th District Supervisor, Norman de Vall

I drove out to the coast to meet Norman in the heart of Greenwood/Elk at his delightful home, where we sat down with a cup of coffee each and began…

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LAST THURSDAY morning, May 6th, an Obama-size motorcade, reinforced by a hovering helicopter, passed through Boonville on its way to 3500 Little Mill Creek Road, Philo, the home of Thomas…

Beyond the Politics: Candidate for Mendo­cino County 5th District Supervisor, Jim Mastin

I met with Jim Mastin at The Redwood Drive-In on a quiet afternoon in Boonville a couple of weeks ago and we sat down to talk in the deserted restaurant…

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THE INVESTIGATION continues into that tractor loader abandoned in Little Mill Creek, Navarro. The tractor is only one of several pieces of stolen construction equipment, which includes a cement truck,…

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ON SUNDAY, April 25, after hearing equipment operating nearby for several days, some long-time owners of property on the Nash Ranch asked an able bodied neighbor to investigate for them…