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Lake County winegrape growers start harvest; grapes ready a week earlier than in previous years

Lake County winegrape growers start harvest; grapes ready a week earlier than in previous years

LAKE COUNTY, Calif. – The 2014 winegrape harvest in Lake County is under way, and growers are optimistic about the quality and yields despite an early...

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Lake County Stand Down/Homeless Veteran’s Resource Fair set for Sept. 10 and 11

CLEARLAKE, Calif. – The first Mendocino and Lake County Stand Down/Homeless Veteran’s Resource Fair will be held in Clearlake on Wednesday, Sept. 10, ...

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Clearlake City Council accepts policy for city Web site

CLEARLAKE, Calif. – A policy for inclusion on the city of Clearlake's Website has been est...

 Honey oil lab discovered, one arrested

Honey oil lab discovered, one arrested

LUCERNE, Calif. – A followup investigation for an unrelated case has resulted in the disco...

California Department of Fish and Wildlife recruits new wildlife officers

The California Department of Fish and Wildlife is recruiting those interested in a career ...

STATE: Governor, attorney general and legislative leaders announce unaccompanied minor legislation

Gov. Edmund G. Brown Jr., Attorney General Kamala D. Harris, Senate President pro Tem Darr...

STATE: Ebola test results on Sacramento patient are negative; low-risk patient tested out of an abundance of caution

NORTHERN CALIFORNIA – The California Department of Public Health announced Thursday night ...

Clearlake Police arrest man for illegal marijuana grow, firearms possession

Clearlake Police arrest man for illegal marijuana grow, firearms possession

CLEARLAKE, Calif. – On Wednesday police arrested a convicted felon found to be in possessi...

 

'Step:Forward' effort aims to improve student success in community colleges

On Thursday the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office and the Foundation for California Community Colleges unveiled the new Step:Forward campaign – an awarene...

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Aug. 24 Boggs Mountain hike planned

COBB, Calif. – Take a hike Sunday, Aug. 24, at Boggs Mountain State Forest.

The Friends of Boggs Mountain will host a four- to five-mile, moderately-paced hike with Karen ...

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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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Runner-sponsored bill to help disabled veterans heads to governor

SACRAMENTO – A proposal sponsored by George Runner to protect California’s disabled veterans cleared the Assembly this week with unanimous, bipartisan support, and now aw...

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Patton: Thanks for support for summer reading program

I want to thank those who supported Lakeport Library’s summer reading program for sixth through 12th graders: Christy Luis, Deloris Moore, Ana Goff, Rita Davis, Gail Gome...

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Six Sigma Ranch Sauvignon Blanc selected by More Magazine with 'Women of the Vine'

 Six Sigma Ranch Sauvignon Blanc selected by More Magazine with 'Women of the Vine'

LOWER LAKE, Calif. – Six Sigma Winery’s 2013 Sauvignon Blanc was selected to be featured in More Magazine’s Wine Selection for the month of August.

This magazine features ...

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