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Willits Unified Summer Food Program busy this year

Willits Unified School District (WUSD) is once again offering free meals for children through the Seamless Summer Program. The program is available for children 18 years old and younger regardless of if they are enrolled in WUSD or not. Summer Food Program Supervisor Tina Cresswell said the program has been...
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Tesla’s Have Activated Cooling Systems, Former Employee At Back Door Yelling – Fort Bragg Police Logs 06.30.2022

The following is a police log published law enforcement dispatch in Ukiah. People named as being arrested should be presumed innocent unless/until found guilty in a court of law. In the spirit of transparency, MendoFever actively curates these police logs to protect the privacy of law enforcement personnel, suspects, and victims.
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On Saturday, Experience the World’s Largest Salmon BBQ in Fort Bragg

The following is a press release issued by the City of Fort Brag:. The BBQ is scheduled for Saturday, July 2nd, 11AM to 6PM at South Noyo Harbor. All proceeds are used to improve salmon populations on the Northern California Coast. Click here to read more about the event and for a list of the projects that have been funded by the Salmon Restoration Association.
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Structure Fire on Fort Bragg’s South Harold Street

Scanner traffic beginning around 3:48 p.m. indicated a structure fire is burning in Fort Bragg located near the 100 block of South Harold Street. The Incident Commander is reporting smoke is showing and a structure is fully involved. Please remember that this story is unfolding. Information is being reported as...
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Man Arrested for Domestic Violence in Willits

This is a press release from the Mendocino County Sheriff’s Office. The information has not been proven in a court of law and any individuals described should be presumed innocent until proven guilty:. On 06-26-2022 Mendocino County Sheriff’s Deputies were dispatched to a domestic violence incident that occurred just...
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Summer camp gives Anderson Valley students a taste of the circus arts

Students at Anderson Valley Elementary School are enjoying a special treat this summer, learning acrobatic skills firsthand from members of Mendocino County’s own Flynn Creek Circus. Louise Simson, superintendent of the Anderson Valley School District in Boonville, said that “creating a fun and engaging summer program was a priority...
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Did You Attend the Fort Bragg City Council Meeting on Monday? Consider Taking a COVID-19 Test

The following is a press release published by the City of Fort Bragg:. The City of Fort Bragg is fortunate to have engaged citizens who actively participate in the local political process. Monday’s, June 27, 2022 City Council meeting in particular, exemplified our engaged citizenship with a large number of in-person attendees providing public comment.
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Council approves budget and discusses cost of live adjustments

During the city council meeting on June 27, the city council approved the 2022/2023 Fort Bragg budget, while acknowledging there might be some amendments to the city staff cost of living adjustments when the compensation rate study is completed. The council also extended the cut-off date for water shut-offs on unpaid balances.
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Community Column: Our deepest appreciation and gratitude

On behalf of our family, we wish to express our deepest appreciation and gratitude to those involved in responding to our brother’s suicide from the Noyo Bridge on June 7, 2022. We are still reconciling ourselves to the fact that he is gone and the traumatic circumstances in which his death occurred. It is not lost on us that we are not the only ones that feel the trauma, and we hope this letter may provide some comfort to the responders who may also be suffering.
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