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Mendocino County Today: Thursday, Feb. 2, 2017

Rain Expected; Olive Taken; Weed Tax; Sit'n Wait; Little Dog; Trump Nightmares; Tough Loss; Sidewalk Collision; Yesterday's Catch; Bravehearts; Common Sense; Ziggy; Fabrication Fatigue; Shy Canadians; Single Beyer; Gardens Docent; Ten Californians; Farewell Sara; Rexxon Confirmed; Craig's Days…

Poetry Reading

[Feb 18] Join California Poet Laureate Dana Gioia at the Ukiah Library on Saturday, Feb. 18th at 5 pm for a special poetry event. This free event will feature poetry readings…

Valley People (Feb. 1, 2017)

YORKVILLE collected nine inches of rain over the six-day stretch of January 18-24, with the first day being the wettest at 3.32 inches. The High Rollers’ season total is now a whopping 51.96 inches.…

Bird’s Eye View (Feb. 1, 2017)

First let’s have a little recap or, some might say, a disclaimer! For those of you unaware of what this column of “Vulture-journalism” is all about let me take a…

Samuel Beckett: The Chaos Between Two Silences

Samuel Beckett: The Chaos Between Two Silences

Samuel Beckett was born on Good Friday and died on Christmas Day according to his legend, which is further aggrandized by his shrug of the shoulders in the face of…

Philo: Speed Trap Or Death Trap?

Mr. Darren Hill, a Caltrans traffic engineer out of the Eureka 1 District office, opened the discussion of the downtown Philo speed limit at the Board of Supervisors meeting last…

‘Downtown Watch’

A large fir has uprooted and fallen across the footbridge directly in front of the Russian Gulch waterfall. For me that's the biggest takeaway in a week filled with Fort…

Facts

I recently watched several interviews with people attending the inauguration of Donald Trump, and I had to keep reminding myself these were not actors in Saturday Night Live skits, nor…

Big Joe on Political Correctness

Letters (Feb. 1, 2017)

In the January 4 AVA there was a short letter published commenting on the sorry condition and kill policy of the Ukiah Animal Shelter. Following the letter was an Ed…

Stuart Bewley’s Cannabis Grows (Part One)

Stuart Bewley’s Cannabis Grows (Part One)

As with so many of Mendocino County-based backwoods cannabis proprietors, Stuart Bewley's journey to the rugged hills and gullies of Bell Springs and west Laytonville began during the 1970s. In…

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