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Posts published in May 2017

Mendocino County Today: Thursday, June 1, 2017

Help Wanted;
Dinner & Dance;
Cannabis Tourism;
Mendo Tour;
Pot Regs;
Wanda Tinasky;
Little Dog;
Gold Nugget;
Yesterday's Catch;
Quiz Dates;
Cannabis Hour;
AV Library;
Art Quilts;
Memorial Days;
Mendo Democrats;
War Industry;
Tunnels Testimony

Lost in the Fog

We first encountered Point Arena School Counselor Holly Rawlins back in 2010 when she was a called as a witness at the civil trial when…

Yo Ho Ho, A Pirate’s Life…

Society, or at least the arm of it concerned with the making of rules and the forced restraint of natural human behavior, is very good…

Mendocino County Today: Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Salmon Disaster;
Job Opening;
Baseball Game;
Housing Shortage;
Little Dog;
Human Behavior;
Disaster Relief;
Memorial Day;
Police Reports;
Ukiah Priorities;
Comptche BBQ;
Art Quilts;
Eleftherion Book;
Yesterday's Catch;
Words Matter;
Pelican Bay;
American Way;
Kushner's Future;
The Fatigue;
Fire Season;
Frank DeFord;
Mary Peace;
Spiritual Monkeywrenching;
Wine Event

Coast Hospital: Questions Remain

Try to find the office of Mendocino Coast District Hospital's (MCDH) Chief Executive Officer, Bob Edwards. If you don't work there, and possibly if you…

“City Notes” Poetry

Fort Bragg City Manager Linda Ruffing’s prepackaged ready to believe biweekly spin sheet just arrived in my email box. Linda writes her “City Notes” to…

Letters (May 31, 2017)

As a response to Ukiah’s housing crisis, the proposed 121 home, environmentally absurd subdivision paving Lovers Lane vineyards misses the objective completely. There is no crisis in Ukiah homes for sale, as anyone who walks or drives around town will remark; nearly every street has one or more homes for sale. And we all know that were the tract homes to be approved (in opposition to existing General Plan law) a good percentage would be converted by out of town speculators to high priced rentals.

Times Are Changing

At our Laytonville Water District meeting last week, the Board voted unanimously to send a letter to the California Coastal Commission recommending that it approve…