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Remains Found Near Hart Family Crash Site

May 10, 2018

On Wednesday evening, a Mendocino County Sheriff's Deputy was dispatched to the area of North Highway 1 and Hardy Creek in Westport.

Upon arrival the Deputy learned a local resident had found a pair of jean pants with a shoe entangled inside one of the pant legs on the ocean beach near the mouth of Hardy Creek.  This area is approximately 1 mile north of the Hart Family crash site.

The jeans were a girl's size 10 regular and the shoe appeared to be a 3.5 US big kid size or 5.5 women's US size.

Measure B Commission Oversteps

May 10, 2018

May 10, 2018 -- At the May 8 Board of Supervisors meeting, board members chastised the Measure B Oversight Commission for hiring Lee Kemper to conduct a needs assessment without first getting a vote of approval from elected representatives.

Cleaning Up After The Cleanup

May 8, 2018

May 8, 2018 -- In this interview, we'll hear from Ken Seckora, owner of MBC Construction in Ukiah. This contractor has been working with the county and fire survivors to repair over-excavated properties. He talks about how much it costs and what it takes to make fire survivors' properties ready for rebuild.

Seckora encourages property owners who think they have a problem with their property to call the county's hotline and schedule an assessment. He advises people to make sure any damage is documented, and to address any problems as soon as possible.

Sheri Quinn

The Northern California crab fishery suffered major economic losses, multi millions of dollars during the  2015-2016 season, when it was closed part of the season due to high levels of the neurotoxin domoic acid detected in crabs.  It was declared a fisheries disaster and federal relief is finally in sight.  However, it might not be enough.  Fisherman Scott Hockett explains. 

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