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An Anderson Valley Legend: Skip Boyd

Anderson Valley lost a legend on July 15, 2009 when Robin ‘Skip’ Bloyd passed away. Skip was born on May 15, 1945 in Fort Bragg to Robin and Dorothy Bloyd.…

Chief Gets a Raise, A Big Raise

Five percent over five years will bring Chief Wilson’s pay from $56,805 to about $72.5k per year when he retires. Chief Tunzi of the Comptche Volunteer Fire Department is not…

Dead Man at Greenwood Bridge

The young man was dead on the trail near the Greenwood Bridge, the dusty path locals walk to get to the swimming holes on the summer time Navarro. The dead…

Moroccan Adventure

 Last winter I had the opportunity to discover my roots on my father’s side in the country of Morocco. This was my first time flying by myself and so I…

Bird’s Eye View 7/15/09

Greetings one and all. If you are sitting comfortably then I shall begin, on a sorrowful note I’m afraid. Having just attended a funeral in San Francisco for my friends’…

Valley People 7/15/09

CHRISTIAN CAMARILLO, 17, of Boonville was seriously injured early Tuesday morning when Agustin Balandran’s 1989 Honda, with Mr. Balandran, 18, apparently asleep at the wheel, ran into a tree, causing…

KZYX Circles the Wagons. Again.

Recently canned KZYX&Z reporter Christina Aanestad has the undying love of the station's membership, as represented by the dozens of ticked off supporters who corralled themselves into Monday night's excruciating…

The Bad News Keeps on Coming

Last week we reported that this County's once thriving timber industry had collapsed. This week, we find that the County’s beleaguered hospitality business was struggling too. At the June 23rd…

Opposition to Marine Plan Expands

Government agencies throughout the North Coast are against a controversial plan to create marine reserves and the county’s Harbor, Recreation and Conservation District will try to unite the region’s opposition…

KZYX Circles the Wagons. Again.

Recently canned KZYX&Z reporter Christina Aanestad has the undying love of the station's membership, as represented by the dozens of ticked off supporters who corralled themselves into Monday night's excruciating…

Fishermen Urged To Accept MLPA Process

The implementers of the state’s controversial Marine Life Protection Act (MLPA) told a suspicious audience at Eureka’s Wharfinger Building that influence can be exerted through participation in a uniquely inclusive…