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  1. iEmpathize exhibit in Ukiah through SaturdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 10 | The Willits News

    At the age of 18, Salvador Rico moved with his brother from Jalisco, Mexico, to San Francisco. In 1999 he moved to Ukiah and today he is the owner of Alliance Auto Service, a father of five and passionate about protecting our community's children from the perils of falling prey to sexual exploitation and trafficking.


  2. Major housing bill failsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 24 | The Willits News

    SACRAMENTO >> Without the political heft of an official housing package backed by top legislative leaders and the governor, a proposal that could have added millions of apartments and condominiums throughout the state failed suddenly this week at its first committee hearing, giving its champions no time to finesse the thorny policy and politics of development. Last year's package gave staying power to tough housing bills, such as one to fast-track housing near public transportation, which was signed into law last fall, said Sen. Scott Wiener, D-San Francisco, author of the ill-fated Senate Bill 827.


  3. Jim Magnuson left proud baseball legacy behind in San CarlosRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 5, 2018 | The Willits News

    A native of San Carlos, he never strayed too far from his roots until his death last month at the age of 71. John James Magnuson, most often referred to as Jim - or his nickname 'Mag' - left quite an imprint on the local baseball community, beginning with the summer after his freshman year at Carlmont High. 'A lot of people associate San Carlos with Barry Bonds,' said Chris Magnuson, 33, his son.


  4. Mendocino Theatre Company Opens 2018 Season with a oeRumorsaRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 21, 2018 | The Willits News

    The Mendocino Theatre Company's 2018 season opens March 1 with “Rumors” a zany farce by Neil Simon, one of America's best-loved playwrights. At the helm of this production is veteran MTC director Bob Cohen, who has assembled a team of some of the coast's best comedic actors, including Pamela W. Allen, Mark Friedrich, Nicole Traber, Raven Deerwater, Ken Krauss, Terilynn Epperson, Lisa Norman, Milo Young, Matt Biggs, and Mervin Gilbert .


  5. Mendocino County marijuana convictions can be reversed onlineRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 15, 2018 | The Willits News

    As California becomes the latest state to legalize recreational marijuana, questions now turn to those who have marijuana convictions from previous years. Proposition 64, the measure that legalized recreational marijuana, allows people to petition the court to clear their records of low-level marijuana offenses.


  6. Mexican Consulate, agencies provide bilingual aidRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 24, 2017 | The Willits News

    Signs read “Mexican Consulate” and “Services for the victims of the fire” at the Saint Mary of the Angels Church on Sunday. Lucina Reynoso said it was like a whirlpool, a hot whirlpool, when she looked outside and felt the fire's heat approaching her Redwood Valley home on the night of October 9. Standing outside Saint Mary of the Angels Catholic Church on Sunday, she told her story, in Spanish, about how she and her family left their home not knowing what they would return to.


  7. California Community Colleges Chancellor Urges Students to Renew DACA StatusRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 27, 2017 | The Willits News

    California Community Colleges Chancellor Eloy Ortiz Oakley issued the following statement to urge students to renew their Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals status and apply for the DACA renewal scholarship before Friday's deadline: “The California Community Colleges system is thrilled with the announcement that the Mission Asset Fund's DACA Renewal Scholarship Fund has tripled to $3,000-enough to help 6,000 Dreamers renew their DACA permits by the September 29 deadline. This vital additional funding will help our students cover the $495 renewal fee that comes at an important time as the deadline to renew DACA status is October 5 – one week before the deadline to apply for the scholarship.


  8. WUSD board appoints new memberRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 3, 2017 | The Willits News

    THE WILLITS NEWS The Willits Unified School District board president, Christopher Neary, closes the meeting after swearing in Robert Colvig as the new trustee. The Willits Unified School District Board of Trustees appointed Robert Colvig to fill the fifth seat, after scoring ahead of two candidates at the board meeting Wednesday evening.


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