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"At this point we are treating the incident as seriously as possible for the safety of the students involved," Dewey said, adding, "We only had one report, and we were unable to confirm it."
The Ukiah Daily Journal would like to thank our community for these continuing donations to the 2013 Holiday Food Bank Fund Drive as of Dec. 5: McCarty's Auto Body, $500; Anonymous, $500; Robert Fowler and Jane Ball, $300; Jones, $300; Dr. Jorge and Megan Allende, $200; L. Paul and Margaret Jones, $200; Susan and Thomas Mason, $200; George and ... (more)
Kenton M. Colberg, 25, of Fort Bragg, was arrested at 2 p.m. Nov. 26 on suspicion of vehicle theft and violating his probation terms, and booked at the county jail under $15,000 bail.
Today the Daily Journal kicks off our annual Holiday Food Bank Fund Drive. Our goal this year is $85,000, the same as it has been for several years because we realize that for many, the economic struggle continues.
Photo courtesy of the Robert J. Lee Collection An early-morning fire in the 100 block of West Standley Street started in the kitchen of the Liberty Cafe the morning of Nov. 19, 1923, and spread to several stores, causing an estimated $25,000 in damages.
Though the Ukiah City Council Wednesday did not officially certify the Environmental Impact Report prepared for a proposed Costco store, all members said they will vote to push the project forward.
The Peregrine Audubon Christmas Bird Count takes place on Saturday, December 14. Birds are counted within a 15 mile diameter circle centered near Talmage.
The snow that fell in the Ukiah Valley Friday afternoon was for the first time in more than 10 years enough to leave more than a light dusting on rooftops, cars and streets.
An officer responded to Walmart on Airport Park Boulevard at 12:41 p.m. Thursday and arrested a woman for theft.
Most people in real estate don't expect interest rates to stay down much longer.
A local judge's ruling to throw out evidence from a vehicle search that resulted from the driver's admission that he had marijuana and a card authorizing him to use it as medicine went unchallenged and unpublished after the deadline to appeal it came and went.
An opening statement from the district attorney kicked off the trial Tuesday in Mendocino County Superior Court for a Ukiah man accused of leaning out the window of a speeding car and shooting at the pursuing deputy's patrol car.
And they are going to use the so-called " Right To Industry " proposal to help force it on us.