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Fort Bragg, California is located in Mendocino County. Zip codes in Fort Bragg, CA include 95437, and 95488. The median home price in Fort Bragg is $359,000 which is roughly $215/per square foot. More Fort Bragg information.

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Margaret Lindgren of Unbeaten Path Tours leads hikers on a 4-mile walk through the Stornetta Lands. Coupling environmental education with exercise, the year-round tour schedule extends from Mendocino's Bowling Ball Beach to Sonoma's Salt Point State Park redwoods.

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Mon Sep 15, 2014

Ukiah Daily Journal

Ukiah police and fire log: Tuesday, Sept. 16, 2014

DIRK OR DAGGER: Joseph L. Rocanella, 20, of Covelo, was arrested Friday at 12:34 a.m. on suspicion of dirk or dagger, and booked at the county jail under $20,000 bail. The Ukiah Police Department arrested him.

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Sun Sep 14, 2014

Advocate-News

Youth clocks fastest times in Steam Donkey Mile

The second annual Steam Donkey mile went off under sunny skies in Fort Bragg Monday. Runners took to the Main Street course just before the Paul Bunyan Days parade, with fire engine sirens and Kangaroo Kort pistol fire accompanying the start.

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Sat Sep 13, 2014

Ukiah Daily Journal

Verizon Wireless requests permit from Mendocino County for new tower

Verizon Wireless is requesting a permit from Mendocino County to construct a telecommunication facility to support a 170-foot wireless tower in Fort Bragg. The Mendocino County Planning Commission will meet Thursday for its regular board meeting commencing at 9 a.m. in the Board of Supervisors Chambers, with the recommended action being to move ahead with the project, according to the commission's meeting agenda.

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Ukiah Daily Journal

Medical emergency preparedness in Mendocino County

As deputy director of Public Health, Sharon Convery coordinates with the Office of Emergency Services and the Disaster Response team in case of a medical emergency disaster in the county. "People have to be housed and taken care of medically in case of a disaster," she says.

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Fri Sep 12, 2014

Ukiah Daily Journal

Ortner reports on mental health care in Mendocino County

With more than 42 years in the field of mental health, Tom Ortner, founder and principal partner of Ortner Management Group, has worked in every position, from mental health worker to regional vice president of a large corporation to becoming CEO of his own company. His family has also experienced five generations as mental health consumers: death from mental illness including suicide, toxic drug consumption, hospitalization, shock treatment and long-term psychotropic medication use.

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Thu Sep 11, 2014

Hispanic Business

Country singer Darius Rucker to perform free concert at Fort Bragg

His first visit to the area was in 2006 when his band Hootie and the Blowfish performed downtown for the Fayetteville Dogwood Festival. The at the Main Post Parade Field.

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Advocate-News

County Republicans host visit by state, national candidates

The Mendocino County Republican Central Committee hosted a group of GOP candidates for state offices in the Nov. 4 election on Sunday at the Cliff House restaurant in a first-ever event for Fort Bragg. While the event was decidedly low key, with candidates and members of the public in casual dress, the fact that gubernatorial challenger Neel Kashkari, lieutenant governor Republican nominee Ron Nehring and Ron Gold, nominee for state attorney general, were all on the Mendocino Coast was significant.

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Glance at the past

Miss Minnie Peterson became the bride of Clifford A. Martin at a quiet but pretty ceremony which took place at the Peterson home on Redwood Avenue in Fort Bragg last Wednesday evening at 9:30. The solemn words were read by Father Brennan.

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Advocate-News

City manager supporters speak up

Town Hall was filled to capacity again on Monday evening. The crowd was reminiscent of the Aug. 11 meeting, during which a group of community members staged a protest against city staff; the city manager in particular.

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Ukiah Daily Journal

Low Gap Park in Ukiah getting a facelift

Under the supervision of a Cal Fire captain, prisoners from Chamberlin Creek Conservation Camp are giving Low Gap Park a makeover, installing a 20-station Fit-Trail course on the trail just past Orr Creek - an important tributary of the Russian River and one of the three major streams that run through Ukiah - a bench on the Canyon Trail and a kiosk in the main area. With the old workout stations in major disrepair, the park looks spiffy with its new exercise system that includes instruction signs and exercise equipment designed for the novice or conditioned athlete.

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Wed Sep 10, 2014

Ukiah Daily Journal

Mendocino County Sheriff's Office crime report

The Mendocino County Sheriff's Office responded to an alleged domestic incident occurring at a home in the 100 block of Acorn Drive in Laytonville on Sept. 3 around 8 p.m. Upon arrival, deputies spoke with a woman who was believed to be the victim in the incident.

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Wine Business Online

WineSong 2014 Breaks Record

FORT BRAGG, CA. Continuing what has been very good auction fundraising season, Winesong 2014 joined in last weekend generating significantly more funds than last year, including a record fund-a-need of $174,000 in what was a poignant tribute to late auctioneer David Reynolds, and to directly support cardiac care at the Hospital.

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Mon Sep 08, 2014

Ukiah Daily Journal

Fort Bragg man shoots himself in stomach

A man shot and injured himself in front of a bank in Fort Bragg Friday during an apparent suicide attempt, the Fort Bragg Police Department reported. According to the FBPD, officers and an ambulance were dispatched to the Savings Bank of Mendocino County shortly before 6 p.m. Sept.

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Fri Sep 05, 2014

Advocate-News

Mendocino College to offer variety of services at Mendocino Coast Center

On Monday, Sept., 8, Mendocino College will offer a variety of services for coastal residents and students. This event, open to all coastal students will begin at 9:00 a.m. and run to 6:00 p.m. Mendocino College will be offering bilingual assistance for all Admissions and Financial Aid on this date.

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Footlighters mark their 66th year of Gaslite Gayeties

From left, Angie Vaughn, Charlie Dean, Chama Freeman, Judy Howard, Julie Smith, Ashley Talcott and Stephanie Sprague perform in Footlighter's production,"A Star is Born Really?" or "What's a Nice Girl Like You ." This year's Footlighter production,"A Star is Born Really?" or "What's a Nice Girl Like You ," marks Footlighters' 66th year of Gaslite Gayeties.

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Mendocino makes mushroom-magic out of November foodie fest

Psychedelic mushrooms have been around for thousands of years, and have been used for research purposes and in religious ceremonies! How do these magic mushrooms work? Tara takes a look at this history of these mushrooms, and also explains how they... Mushrooms grown here and revered--Mendocino, the mushroom capital of California, will be spotlighting the fungi during its wine and beer festival in November. As the flavors of fall arrive in the Northern California County so does the annual crop of coveted candy cap, chanterelle, porcini and morel mushrooms.

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Thu Sep 04, 2014

Advocate-News

Youth clocks fastest times in Steam Donkey Mile

The second annual Steam Donkey mile went off under sunny skies in Fort Bragg Monday. Runners took to the Main Street course just before the Paul Bunyan Days parade, with fire engine sirens and Kangaroo Kort pistol fire accompanying the start.

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Advocate-News

City urges residents, businesses to conserve water

Since late July, the City of Fort Bragg has been on a "restricted pumping regimen" at the Noyo River water diversion, reports Tom Varga, the city's public works director. The city's permit for pumping from the Noyo establishes minimum bypass flows for the fisheries which require that, after flows in the river drop below 3 cubic feet per second, pumping is only allowed when the tides are above 2 feet in height.

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Fort Bragg galleries host First Friday arts openings Sept. 5

Pacific Textile Arts Gallery will feature an exciting exhibit/sale on First Friday, Sept. 5, 5 to 8 p.m., titled "Janice Sullivan: Mixed Media Textiles."

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