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Ukiah, California is located in Mendocino County. Zip codes in Ukiah, CA include 95482. The median home price in Ukiah is $339,000 which is roughly $200/per square foot. More Ukiah information.

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5 hrs ago | Lake County Record-Bee

Fire victim finds silver lining in community's care

UPPER LAKE >> In the wake of the Saratoga Springs fire on Sept. 3 that destroyed everything she had, Leslie Humphrey is counting her blessings, and the support she's received from her community is topping her list.

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7 hrs ago | Times-Standard

College of the Redwoods president announces retirement

College of the Redwoods President/Superintendent Kathy Smith announced her retirement, effective June 2015, after three years of leading the campus. Smith said she plans to travel and spend time with family.

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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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Sacramento Bee Newspaper

Carnivores Tour shows a harder-edged Linkin Park

Linkin Park co-headlines the Carnivores Tour, which will stop at Sleep Train Amphitheatre in Wheatland on Thursday. The concert bill includes Thirty Seconds to Mars and AFI.

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Sun Sep 14, 2014

Ukiah Daily Journal

Black Fire 50 percent contained

A burned house in foreground looking up to the hill top where fire equipment and two houses burned. CalFire Black Bart Trail Fire update as of 8 p.m.:>> The fire has burned 417 acres and is 50 percent contained.

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Sat Sep 13, 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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Advocate-News

Mendocino County future roadway projects outlined

The California Transportation Commission has adopted three future road projects for Mendocino County totaling $22 million and spanning 83 lane miles of roadway. Announced by Caltrans on Aug. 22, the projects are part of a $430 million initiative to fund 148 biking and walking projects throughout the state.

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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

Ukiah men arrested for meth sales

According to the UPD, officers assisted the Mendocino Major Crimes Task Force Sept. 10 with serving several search warrants, including one in the 800 block of Yosemite Drive.

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Lake County Record-Bee

APC approves auditing service contract

CLEARLAKE >> The Lake County/Area Planning Council approved an auditing services contract Wednesday. A potential conflict of interest created much of the debate ahead of the approval.

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Ukiah Daily Journal

Looking About - Fundraisers, music & art

Vicky Sparkman has a huge heart and is helping a family in dispensing of items from their deceased loved one. If you're interested in some "man toys," you may want to take time Sunday, Sept.

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Ukiah Daily Journal

Ukiah Main Street Program to conduct Fall Clean-Up Day on Saturday

On Saturday, Sept. 13th the Ukiah Main Street Program will be conducting their Fall Clean-Up Day.

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Ukiah Daily Journal

New leadership for Ukiah Valley Trail Group

The Ukiah Valley Trail Group is pleased to announce the election of new officers and the appointment of a new executive director. Carolyn Welch will be taking over as president of the board and Howie Hawkes will assume the role of vice president.

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The Daily Democrat

Digital First explores 'strategic alternatives' for company's future

NEW YORK >> Digital First Media, the parent company of The Daily Democrat and dailydemocrat.com , announced Friday that it will "evaluate and consider strategic alternatives" that could lead to the sale of some or all of the company. CEO John Paton said the company has retained UBS Securities to review a full range of alternatives including selling the entire company, selling regional clusters or doing nothing.

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Thu Sep 11, 2014

Ukiah Daily Journal

Arlie's journey: Rottweiler-mix has been to Texas and back again to Redwood Valley

Arlie, who moved with her owners to Texas, has been returned to Mendocino County and is now in need of a good home. From Redwood Valley to Georgetown, Texas, then back to Redwood Valley in under two years, 9-year-old Rottweiler-mix Arlie has endured quite an adventure.

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Ukiah Daily Journal

Ukiah police and fire log: Friday, Sept. 12, 2014

The following were compiled from reports prepared by the Ukiah Police Department. To anonymously report crime information, call 463-6205.

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Ukiah Daily Journal

Large group trashes, damages Ukiah park

A large group that used Low Gap Regional Park Sunday not only left a big mess behind in the picnic area, it damaged the main access bridge by driving a large tour bus across the wooden span. Kristin McMenomey, director of the General Services Agency, which oversees the county's parks, said a group rented part of the park for Saturday, Sept.

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Advocate-News

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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Ukiah Daily Journal

Hey Flower Guy! - A new leaf

The school year has begun and the bustle begins. Does it really start sooner than when I was a kid? Feels earlier.

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Ukiah Daily Journal

Care for Her welcomes certified nurse midwife Eva Skillicorn

Mendocino Community Health Clinic welcomes certified nurse midwife Eva Skillicorn to the Care for Her team. Skillicorn is bilingual in English and Spanish and joins Care for Her from New Mexico, where she cared for women in the border town of Las Cruces in a practice set up similarly to Care for Her.

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