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Clearlake City Council votes to support opening meetings with prayer

CLEARLAKE, Calif. – At its Thursday night meeting the Clearlake City Council provided direction to staff to develop guidelines for beginning each meet...

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Federal search warrant served at Upper Lake ranch; marijuana plants eradicated

UPPER LAKE, Calif. – Federal and local officials participated in an operation this week in Upper Lake that resulted in the eradication of hundreds of ...

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 Annual Quilt and Textile Arts Exhibition draws to close Saturday; still time to see work by local quilters

Annual Quilt and Textile Arts Exhibition draws to close Saturday; still time to see work by local quilters



LOWER LAKE, Calif. – The 21st annual Quilt and Textile Arts Exhibition closes Saturday aft...

Boaters asked to help fight spread of invasive quagga and zebra mussels over Labor Day weekend

California agencies combating the spread of invasive quagga and zebra mussels remind boate...

 Space News: Candidate comet landing sites identified

Space News: Candidate comet landing sites identified

The European Space Agency's Rosetta mission has chosen five candidate landing sites on com...

Hidden Valley Lake man dies from injuries suffered in weekend incident

HIDDEN VALLEY LAKE, Calif. – A young Hidden Valley Lake man who officials said was injured...

 Chamber hosts 'Luau' event at site of future headquarters and visitors center

Chamber hosts 'Luau' event at site of future headquarters and visitors center



CLEARLAKE, Calif. – The Clear Lake Chamber of Commerce got a taste of the future Saturday,...

West Nile virus still active in Lake County; officials recommend precautions against mosquito bites

West Nile virus still active in Lake County; officials recommend precautions against mosquito bites

LAKEPORT, Calif. – With Labor Day weekend fast approaching, local officials wish to remind...

 

Mendocino College hosting annual middle school math competition

Mendocino College is again hosting the AMC8 math competition for middle school students.

The competition is open to all students in the sixth through eighth grades in Lake...

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California Outdoors: Hunting in the rut, chopped up carp chum, trout on a stringer, fishing for sanddabs

Hunting in the rut?

Question: You recently said it’s easier to hunt deer during the rut – where do you get your information? Have you compared the buck kill rates in states...

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Thompson: It’s our responsibility to protect geothermal energy, a clean energy resource

Thompson: It’s our responsibility to protect geothermal energy, a clean energy resource

Geothermal is one of California’s greatest resources – a natural bounty of renewable energy in our own backyard.

It is a renewable resource that has been developed and sus...

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Governor and first lady honor Mulalley

SACRAMENTO – On behalf of all Californians, Gov. Jerry Brown and First Lady Anne Gust Brown are honoring Sgt. Christopher W. Mulalley, who bravely gave his life in servic...

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Fetzer: Ceago closing moved up to Aug. 27

Due to the accelerated sales of our wines and the depletion of our tasting room inventory, Ceago Vinegarden’s closing date has advanced from Sept. 14 to Wednesday, Aug. 2...

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Six Sigma Ranch announces free Pinzgauer tours to celebrate harvest season

Six Sigma Ranch announces free Pinzgauer tours to celebrate harvest season

LOWER LAKE, Calif. – Six Sigma Ranch & Winery of Lower Lake will give free Pinzgauer tours to celebrate the 2014 harvest season in September and October. 

This op...

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