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Apr. 29, 2017

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An upcoming project will teach local teens how to prepare healthy meals for patients and their families.
The two orders could impact rescind the protected status of local national monuments, and open up oil exploration off the North Coast. Gov. Brown has denounced the orders.
The man was shot in the head, it is unclear if he is alive or dead. No information on the shooter is currently available.
John Kuhry is stepping down as EDFC Executive Director, but will stay on as a member of the Board and is excited to see what the future holds for the organization. Photo from NCO.
Applicants are sought to replace outgoing Executive Director John Khury.
Volunteers, including recruited Lost Coast Trail hikers, stand in front of removed invasive ivy and trash.
Volunteers cleaned up Usal with support from local sponsors; plus info on how to get involved.
One of the plaintiffs suing the county explains his position.
MENDOCINO Co., 4/26/17 -- In a brief Facebook updated this afternoon CalTrans District 1 stated that they are "cautiously...
Building was home to a new restaurant that was gaining admiration in foodie circles.

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Ukiah joins groundwater authority

The governance structure for the Ukiah Valley groundwater basin got one more member on Wednesday.

Presentation on salmon at the Willits Library, on Earth Day

The Eel River Recovery Project (ERRP) will be making a presentation at the Willits Branch of the Mendocino County Library on Earth Day, April 22, from noon to 3 PM on the Secret Lives of Eel River Fishes.
Round Valley Wailaki language teacher and Dreamstarter recipient Cheryl Tuttle with students Walter Card, Shayleena Britton, and Lourdes Downey talking to students at Willits High School this March.

Round Valley student awarded $10,000 for Wailaki language project (w/videos)

High school senior Shayleena Britton will create an educational resource to share the Wailaki language.

Children frolic with scorpions at Hopland “bioblitz”

A group of nature-lovers heard a lecture from an expert on spiders and scorpions, before heading into the woods at the Hopland Research and Extension Center to encounter the bugs in person.

Video: Check out the Orr Springs Road Bailey bridge!

Take a drive over the new bridge covering the gap on Orr Springs Road.

Opinion: Complaints about Ukiah Co-op More than Warranted

Co-op members, share this far and wide, only 1 day left to vote for Gina Covina in co-op board election. Deadline is March 31st!
Soda Creek, part of the upcoming field trip March 18. Photo from ERRP.

Wanna go wild? Upcoming salmon spotting field trips and how to help the Willits...

Upcoming field trips and presentations and how to donate to a new Willits "Hub."

Round Valley historian gives talk about Native American oral histories

Historian Dr. William Bauer, who is from Round Valley, spoke about Native American historical methods to a packed crowd at the Grace Hudson Museum in Ukiah.

Get outside! And build some trail in Ukiah and Willits (plus videos)

MENDOCINO CO., 2/28/17 — Want an excuse to get outside in the sunshine, now that it's reappeared? There are two upcoming events in Ukiah...

Val Muchowski to be honored as Woman of the Year by State Senator McGuire

Long time union organizer and radio host Val Muchowski will be recognized in honor of Women’s History Month on March 3.

To Northspur by Skunk Train, in the rain

In which we go off the rails with a three-year-old, a TRAIN SINGER®, and a pineapple.

Letter to the editor: Co-op bylaws clearly state Dakin and Brady are no eligible...

In which Ukiah Natural Foods Co-op General Manager Lori Rosenberg responds to columnist Ben Wolff's op-ed from last week.

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