Sheri Quinn

News Director

Sheri is the current news director at KZYX. Sheri has an impressive C.V. and comes to KZYX from Utah where she was an award winning journalist and reporter.

Sheri proved her talents to the KZYX listeners during the important extensive coverage of the fires in Lake county. Her reporting on local elections and the growing concern over changes in the local cannabis industry has won her praises from all over Northern California. 

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If you live in Fort Bragg and notice slightly discolored water in your household next week, don't worry it is still safe to drink, according to a news release issued by the City of Fort Bragg Tuesday.

City Crews will be cleaning and inspecting water lines in various streets on Monday, March 27 through Friday, March 31 between the hours of 7am to 4pm. 

The Mendocino County Sheriff’s Office announced Tuesday, February 14, 2017 in a press release that they will resume sales of voluntary zip ties for medical marijuana immediately.

The zip ties are a way of identifying legal marijuana plants. According to the Sheriff's Office, this kind of labeling process is a time savor for the deputies when they come across plants. 

According to the department of transportation, the bridge on Orr Springs Road, about 5 miles west of Ukiah, is complete and it is now open to vehicles weighing no more than 20 tons. The speed limit is 5 mph and there are stop signs on either side of the bridge for one-way traffic control. An embankment supporting a large section of the road collapsed during a rainstorm on February 21, 2017, opening a 60-foot-long crevice about five miles west of Ukiah.

A six billion dollar funding plan to improve California's crumbling roads and highways passed another hurdle Wednesday, the bill, SB 1, was approved by the Senate Governance & Finance Committee. The legislation will be taken up for a vote on the Senate floor in the coming weeks. SB 1 is co-authored by North Coast senator Mike McGuire.

Prop 64

Mar 8, 2017

Proposition 64, approved by California voters in November 2016, is a complex document that spells out how the state will regulate and tax the cultivation, transportation and sale of cannabis for recreational use. 

During the fiscal year 2016-2017 mid-year budget report session at the Mendocino County Board of Supervisors meeting on Tuesday, March 7, 2017, Mendocino County District Attorney David Eyster discussed how marijuana legalization and MRSA (California Medical Marijuana Regulation and Safety Act) have affected his office, the county, and the state.