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On a day when dense smoke grounded helicopters for long stretches and the Rocky Fire jumped from 13,500 acres to 18,000 in a few hours, many Lake County residents were on edge. In the late afternoon on Friday flames darted toward Clearlake, threatening more than 6,000 homes and St. Helena Hospital Clear Lake. Comment?
Adults Molested as Children for Women and Men: Meets from 2 to 3:30 p.m. every Monday at the Project Sanctuary Group Room, 564 S. Dora St., in Ukiah. Call Linda to enroll and for additional information at 462-9196. Comment?
Assistant City Manager Sage Sangiacomo, left, walks with resident Janine Rose Tuesday during a walking tour of Ukiah's streets. Just hours before, a man was struck and injured in a nearby crosswalk. Comment?
Artist Kim Abeles, in her piece “Watching Waiting,” challenges the viewer to think about the smallest and most vulnerable organisms in our ecosystem, such as lichen. One of the most eye-catching pieces in the new exhibit at Grace Hudson Museum features plenty of eyeballs already. Comment?
Illuminating both historical and contemporary perspectives on the natural and human forces that have shaped the current landscape of California, a new exhibition, “Ignite! The Art of Sustainability,” opens at the Grace Hudson Museum on Saturday, March 21, and runs through Sunday, May 17. The traveling exhibition, produced by Exhibit Envoy and curated by Kate Davies, presents original artworks by California's foremost contemporary artists who have long focused their work on issues of the environment and sustainability. Comment?
As she traveled from Kansas to California in a covered wagon in the 1850s, Helen Carpenter kept a journal, recording events big and small. Big events included the killing of a buffalo that provided her with fresh meat to dry, which she hung inside her wagon to “protect it from the dust, as much as it was possible.” Smaller events included how the ladies in her group attached rocks to the bottom of their skirts to keep them from blowing up indecently in the wind, only to discover that their shins were then covered with bruises for the next week. Comment?
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