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This Week's Top Day in Rock Stories

A Look back at the top stories from this past week

AC/DC's Malcolm Young Fought To Keep Making Music Recap

Malcolm Young fought to keep making music as long as he could, says brother and bandmate Angus

Foo Fighters Announce North American Tour Recap

Foo Fighters have announced that they will be hitting the road for a North American tour next summer and fall in support of their new studio album 'Sonic Highways.'

U2 Frontman Bono Underwent 5 Hours Of Surgery Recap

U2 frontman Bono underwent five hours of surgery after being seriously injured in a cycle crash in New York.

Pearl Jam's Eddie Vedder Giving Away 20 Song Solo Set Recap

Pearl Jam have long been letting fans download shows they attend, and even before this process, tape trading of Pearl Jam bootlegs was a practiced endeavor for diehards

Slayer Finish Recording New Album Recap

Slayer have all but finished work on their upcoming 11th album, says guitarist Kerry King

Hulk Hogan Wanted To Join Metallica and Rolling Stones Recap

Wrestler Hulk Hogan has revealed he appealed to Metallica and The Rolling Stones to give him a shot at vacant bass posts. And he says despite his best efforts, neither band got back to him to offer an audition

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President Obama’sspeech on immigration

President Obama has laid out his plans for immigration reform… he plans to use executive actions to make it happen… his efforts should keep 5 million immigrants living in the U.S. illegally from being deported… he says he wants immigration enforcement efforts to focus on “felons, not families.” President obama says immigrants who’ve lived illegally […]

Mendocino County Final Vote Count Almost Complete

According to Sue Ranochak, of The Mendocino County Clerk and Recorder’s Office has yet to release an official election count, although one can be expected by Thanksgiving. On Wednesday, Ranochak said the department continues to work toward an official count, which has been an ongoing process, but didn’t say how many were left to be […]

Mendocino County Election Vote Count Almost Complete

According to Sue Ranochak, of The Mendocino County Clerk and Recorder’s Office has yet to release an official election count, although one can be expected by Thanksgiving. On Wednesday, Ranochak said the department continues to work toward an official count, which has been an ongoing process, but didn’t say how many were left to be […]

Hazmobile Event Today and Tomorrow

The next HazMobile event will be held today and tomorrow, at Highlands Senior Service/Community Center, 3245 Bowers Avenue in Clearlake. Hours are from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. Households can bring up to 15 gallons of toxic items free of charge. Items that are accepted include paint, solvents, fuels, five-gallon propane tanks, pool chemicals, pesticides, […]

Lake County Vote Count Almost Finalized

The Lake County Registrar of Voters Office is getting closer to finalizing the vote count for the Nov. 4 general election. The official election canvass includes counting the remaining absentee , or vote-by-mail, and provisional ballots that weren’t tallied election night, totaling 5,536 ballots. The preliminary count released on election night included absentees and provisionals […]

Palace Hotel Red Tags To Go Away

The Palace Hotel will be saying goodbye to something today — the red tags that have been there for about a year. The tags were placed there by the state’s office of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration to stop work inside because of asbestos concerns. The hotel’s owner has hired a contractor to remove […]

Droughts Affect on Native American Artifacts

Authorities are investigating an alarming biproduct of california’s drought…Complaints of vandalism and looting of native american remains and artifacts have risen while water levels have receded in california’s lakes, rivers, streams and reservoirs. The california native american heritage commission and the state office of historic preservation are urging people to protect these resources as the […]

Shelter Under Temporary Cat Quarantine

Cats are temporarily not being accepted at the Mendocino County animal shelter, after a kitten that was brought in died from a feline virus. The shelter isolated all of the affected kittens after a test confirmed the kitten that died had panleukopenia. A quarantine on bringing new cats into the shelter is in place to […]

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