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Mendocino County news, sports, politics, entertainment and history from The Ukiah Daily Journal.
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Ukiah Daily Journal 1h
Horoscopes: Jan. 24, 2019
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Ukiah Daily Journal 11h
Maureen Mulheren to run for Mendocino County 2nd District supervisor seat
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Ukiah Daily Journal 12h
Mendocino County Board of Supervisors schedules more meetings
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Ukiah Daily Journal 12h
Wildcats edged out on Senior Night
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Ukiah Daily Journal 13h
What’s Happening in Mendocino County: Jan. 24-30
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Ukiah Daily Journal 14h
4-Reel Fishin’
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Ukiah Daily Journal 14h
Mendocino College Theatre needs help sending students to Eugene, Oregon festival
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Ukiah Daily Journal 15h
The Ukiah Ukulele Festival to take place on March 30
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Ukiah Daily Journal 15h
Mendocino College searches for 10-minute scripts for Festival of New Plays
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Ukiah Daily Journal 18h
CHP: Hit and run collision in Covelo kills bicyclist
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Ukiah Daily Journal 19h
Death of doe, fawns being investigated in Redwood Valley
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Ukiah Daily Journal 20h
January storms added 580 billion gallons of water to California reservoirs
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Ukiah Daily Journal 20h
PHOTOS: Erin Brockovich, Camp Fire survivors rally to protest PG&E’s bankruptcy plans
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Ukiah Daily Journal 20h
Thursday Community Events in Ukiah
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Ukiah Daily Journal Jan 23
Horoscopes: Jan. 23, 2019
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Ukiah Daily Journal Jan 22
UHS girls wrestling finish second at Eureka
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Ukiah Daily Journal Jan 22
Mendocino County adds staff assistant for Cultural Services Agency and Human Resources
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Ukiah Daily Journal Jan 22
Community Digest
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Ukiah Daily Journal Jan 22
Sports Calendar
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Ukiah Daily Journal Jan 22
PG&E lands $5.5 billion in financing to assure lights stay on, heat flows, during bankruptcy
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