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1 hr ago | The Willits News
A man who beat his neighbor to death with a baseball bat and fled to Mexico more than 13 years ago was sentenced Friday in Mendocino County Superior Court to spend 32 years to life in prison for the crime.
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13 hrs ago | The Willits News
After 24 years with the Mendocino County Library System, it is with mixed emotions that I announce my retirement effective March 15. It has been a great joy to serve the library needs of the greater Willits community for these last 12 years.
17 hrs ago | Ukiah Daily Journal
Caller in the 200 block of North School Street reported at 10:45 a.m. Wednesday that a woman was hitting the ATM at a bank, kicked the electric charging station across the street and knocked over a trash can at a small park.
17 hrs ago | Ukiah Daily Journal
Given the warm weather on Friday afternoon at the Redwood Region Logging Conference, many of the participants in the College Lumberjack & Jill Show were happy to jump in some cold water -- at least for a little while.
A state appellate court this week ruled that State Farm must pay a customer's construction-related legal fees, overturning a Sonoma County court decision that favored the insurance company.
In this Feb. 4, 2014 file photo a warning buoy sits on the dry, cracked bed of Lake Mendocino near Ukiah, Calif.
A murder suspect who was on the lam more than 12 years was sentenced Friday in Mendocino County Superior Court to 32 years to life in prison.
All filing deadlines have passed and the slate of local candidates running for office in the June 3 primary election is now set.
The board of trustees of the Redwoods Community College District unanimously approved a recommendation from Kathy Smith, president of College of the Redwoods, to negotiate a memorandum of understanding with Mendocino College to allow classes to continue at CR's Fort Bragg campus in the fall.
Several students attending the River Community Alternative Program were suspended this week after cookies containing marijuana were reportedly brought to the school.
The city of Ukiah is moving forward with plans to underground the utility poles on the Perkins Street Corridor, an idea first approved by the Ukiah City Council 25 years ago.
The walkway into the Ukiah fairgrounds is teeming with groups of grade school kids, each led by a volunteer, checking out the logging machinery vehicles on either side of the path.
A third suspect has been arrested and charged in a case where a Talmage couple is accused of sexual abusing at least two family members for more than 15 years.
The Ukiah High School campus is a busy place, especially in the center of the campus between the main buildings and the quad.
Sara Hughes, drama teacher at La Sierra High School in Riverside, talks to the cast of "The Wizard of Oz" during a recent rehearsal.
For the first time in more than 50 years, a Mendocino County 5th District supervisor is running for re-election without a challenge.
Thomas R. Patten, 45, of Fort Bragg, was arrested at 9:38 a.m. Friday on suspicion of driving under the influence and driving with a blood-alcohol level greater than the legal limit, and booked at the county jail under $30,000 bail.