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For the first time since California's drought began half-a-decade ago, the waters in Lake County's Clear Lake are forecasted to exceed more than a foot over the flood stage.

 

The rising levels Thursday have caused local parks to close in addition to affecting local roads and properties along the shores. In fact, at about noon on Thursday officials at Clear Lake State Park in Kelseyville announced it would be closed to public access until the waters recede.

 

Park Superintendent Bill Salata described the situation...

 

Many homeless individuals in Ukiah are getting healthy and staying off the streets thanks to The Ukiah Valley Street Medicine program.  

The Grist Creek Aggregate asphalt plant along Highway 162 and Outlet Creek in northern Mendocino County had a turbulent start and its future is not yet clear. Within its first few month, the owners were hit with multiple county and state violations and litigation by a group of neighbors called Friends of Outlet Creek.

 

 

 

 The ice rink in Ukiah was a hit in the community this holiday season, bringing in nearly $17,000 in profits according to city documents.

 

However the success came at a cost to the local farmer's market, which gave up its covered space at Alex Thomas Plaza to make room for the rink. In doing so, the Saturday market's revenues took significant hits from December through early January as rough storms hit the area.

 

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