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Megadeth Star Captures UFO On Video

Former Megadeth drummer Nick Menza has released an online video clip of what he described as a 'totally awesome' UFO that he saw in the night sky on Monday

Singer Loses Child Sex Crimes Sentencing Appeal

Ian Watkins has had an appeal against the length of his 35-year sentence for a string of child sex offences thrown out by appeal court judges.

Ozzy Osbourne Reveals Memoirs Of A Madman Details

Ozzy Osbourne's fans took up his online challenge and they succeeded in unscrambling the mystery of Ozzy's next release, which will be two career-spanning 'Memoirs Of A Madman' collections

Courtney Love Discusses Possible Kurt Cobain Biopic

It's 2014 and there still hasn't been a proper Kurt Cobain biopic. Though his widow Courtney Love has long spoken of plans to turn the deceased grunge singer's life into a film

Edgar Winter to Pay Tribute To Brother Johnny On Tour

Last week, the music world mourned the death of legendary blues guitarist Johnny Winter. But perhaps no one is more appropriate to pay tribute to the man than his own brother, Edgar Winter

Rob Zombie Sorry For Cutting Show Short

Rob Zombie has apologized to fans after he was forced to cut his headline set short and leave the stage after just two songs at Rock Fest in Wisconsin this past weekend

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Chinese Restaurant Closed After Fire

Firefighters had to cut through the roof of a Chinese restaurant in Ukiah to battle a fire yesterday just before the dinner rush. The fire was reported around 4:50 p.m. at the Golden Penny and China Express, and appeared to have started in the kitchen of the restaurant, located in the 700 block of South […]

Homeless Encampments Undoing Cleanups

After getting reports large amounts of trash has returned to the creek beds that were cleaned this summer, Ukiah Mayor Phil Baldwin says that the Ukiah City Council may address the city’s ongoing issue with transients and homeless residents. Mattresses, trash and more were removed from homeless encampments during extensive cleanups in Orr Creek near […]

Measure L May Make November Ballot

The Save the Lake Committee wants to try one more time. They’ve asked the Lake County Board of Supervisors to put Measure L on the November ballot. The tax was 220 votes short of approval in June. The tax would impose a 0.5-percent increase to help fund water quality, aquatic invasive species and nuisance aquatic […]

Urgency Conservation Ordinances Enacted

Urgency conservation ordinances for three Lake County water systems were approved by the Lake County Board of Supervisors this week. Special Districts Compliance Coordinator Jan Coppinger says the ordinances for the water systems in Spring Valley, Finley and Kelseyville target very high users. Finley and Kelseyville water system customers using more than 1,600 cubic feet […]

Well Drilling at Mt Hannah

Lake County Special Districts announced this week that drilling has begun at Mt. Hannah, County Service Area #22, just as their current well is taking its last gasps. Special Districts say the recharge rate has been dropping and finally reached a point that keeping the tank full was all but impossible. The well driller arrived […]

Angelo Addresses Grand Jury Claims

The Mendocino County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday agreed with county CEO Carmel Angelo’s responses regarding a grand jury’s claims of mishandling of the County Library. The county says the report contains mostly untrue findings. Among the allegations Angelo addressed are that the county has neglected to hire a permanent librarian, the librarian’s salary hasn’t […]

Drought Task Force Discusses Conservation Measures

At the first Lake County Drought Task Force meeting, representatives county departments, districts and agencies, discussed measures they’re taking to conserve water. According to Kelseyville Fire Protection District is limiting their use of water around the stations. Fire trucks aren’t being washed as frequently, watering of vegetation around stations has been cut down, and they […]

Middletown Poole Re-Opens Today

The Middletown Pool, which has been closed for maintenance, will open today at noon. Public Services staff worked to regain water clarity standards and ensure that the chlorine levels are back at a safe level for swimming. High levels of chlorine were temporarily being used to treat an algae problem which closed down the pool […]

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