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 City of Clearlake works to complete major capital improvement projects

City of Clearlake works to complete major capital improvement projects

CLEARLAKE, Calif. – Several capital improvement projects in the city of Clearlake are getting nearer to completion, including a multiyear project that...

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Lakeport Police Department deploys officer body cameras

Lakeport Police Department deploys officer body cameras

LAKEPORT, Calif. – The Lakeport Police Department said it is rolling out its use of body cameras for officers.

The agency began issuing body cameras to...

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Purrfect Pals: Two cats needing homes

Purrfect Pals: Two cats needing homes

LAKE COUNTY, Calif. – Lake County Animal Care and Control has two cats ready for homes thi...

Sudden oak death thriving in some Northern California locations despite drought

NORTHERN CALIFORNIA – The 2014 Sudden Oak Death Blitz results reveal areas where Phytophth...

 STATE: Governor signs ballot reform measure

STATE: Governor signs ballot reform measure

Gov. Jerry Brown on Saturday joined Senate President pro Tem Darrell Steinberg, Think Long...

Eby-Carl helps chart new, successful path for Lucerne Alpine Senior Center

Eby-Carl helps chart new, successful path for Lucerne Alpine Senior Center

LUCERNE, Calif. – Without Executive Director Rae Eby-Carl and a few people she calls “a wo...

The Living Landscape: Harvest time

The Living Landscape: Harvest time

“Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower.” – Albert Camus

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Celebrating Snow Mountain’s splendor: Wilderness area's 30th anniversary marked Sept. 28

Celebrating Snow Mountain’s splendor: Wilderness area's 30th anniversary marked Sept. 28

NORTHERN CALIFORNIA – Sunday, Sept. 28 marks the 30 year anniversary of Snow Mountain Wild...

 

Carlé Chronicle: Gold level students honored and a change in weather

Carlé Chronicle: Gold level students honored and a change in weather

Hello again readers, and this is the Carlé Chronicle, your primary news source for all things Carlé High School.

Carlé’s students of the week were Tyjonique “Ty Ty” Beasle...

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Jackson Demonstration State Forest closes park access road through Oct. 3

NORTH COAST, Calif. – Access within Jackson Demonstration State Forest on Road 700 is temporarily closed to all unauthorized motor vehicle traffic.

As Road 700 is the prim...

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World of Words: Reading is fun!

Reading isn't just for education. Reading is supposed to be fun!

It just so happens that reading just for the joy of it also has some big educational benefits for students...

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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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Strasser: Measure S is throwing good money after bad

I was first converted to the cause of saving the environment when I read Rachel Carlson's "Silent Spring" in 1962.

Carlson, a marine biologist, warned of the dangers DDT, ...

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CDFA to initiate second round of funding for State Water Efficiency And Enhancement Program

SACRAMENTO – The California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA) will begin accepting applications on Sept. 29 for a second round of funding for the State Water Effi...

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