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Black Fire containment increases to 80 percent

NORTH COAST, Calif. – Firefighters are getting closer to fully containing a Mendocino County wildland fire that has destroyed numerous structures and ...

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Jury convicts man of several charges for ramming, injuring police officer with SUV

Jury convicts man of several charges for ramming, injuring police officer with SUV

LAKEPORT, Calif. – A man who last year rammed a vehicle into a Clearlake Police officer is facing a lengthy prison term after a jury convicted him on ...

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Supervisors to consider continuing drought emergency proclamation

LAKEPORT, Calif. – This week the Board of Supervisors is set to once again discuss whether...

Lakeport City Council to hold purchasing system discussion, consider equipment buy

LAKEPORT, Calif. – The Lakeport City Council will hold another hearing on a proposed city ...

Purrfect Pals: Tabbies and a calico

Purrfect Pals: Tabbies and a calico

LAKE COUNTY, Calif. – Lake County Animal Care and Control's shelter this week has several ...

Black Fire burns more than 400 acres in Mendocino County; evacuations canceled

Black Fire burns more than 400 acres in Mendocino County; evacuations canceled

NORTH COAST, Calif. – The Black Fire in Mendocino County grew in acreage on Sunday, and wh...

 The face of ALS: Hidden Valley Lake man's family studied to understand devastating disease

The face of ALS: Hidden Valley Lake man's family studied to understand devastating disease

HIDDEN VALLEY LAKE, Calif. – It was 3 in the morning on a Pennsylvania highway when Charli...

Black Fire burns structures, acreage in Mendocino County

Black Fire burns structures, acreage in Mendocino County

NORTH COAST, Calif. – A fast-moving fire in Mendocino County destroyed several structures ...

 

Carlé Chronicle: New student leaders selected, college fair offers insight into educational opportunities

Carlé Chronicle: New student leaders selected, college fair offers insight into educational opportunities

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

Our student of the week was Jon Roper, a new student at Ca...

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California Outdoors: Fish parasites, determining deer zones, handing off abalone, can mice be used as bait?

Fish parasites – will cold smoking kill them?

Question: I recently caught a number of trout that had what I believe to be parasites called “Lernaea” attached to them in var...

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World of Words: Common Core at your library

If you’ve been hanging around a school lately you might have heard the term Common Core bandied about.

What is the Common Core?

Put simply, it’s a set of standards that des...

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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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California gets $22 million from USDA for conservation program

Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced that $328 million in conservation funding (more than $22 million to California) is being invested to help landowners protect a...

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