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Interview with Susan Barsotti

Mar 16, 2018

March 16, 2018 -- Susan Barsotti is running for Supervisor in the Third District. She has been an event producer at Black Oak Ranch in Laytonville for over 20 years, producing events likes Pignic and Kate Wolf. The ranch is a cooperative, self-governing community. Barsotti dropped by the Willits studio recently to outline some of her priorities.

Students Walk Out, Talk About Guns

Mar 15, 2018

March 15, 2018 -- On March 14, students across the country walked out of class to commemorate the victims of last month's school shooting in Parkland, Florida. At 10am, Ukiah High School students gathered at the center of campus for 17 minutes of silence. They stood in the rain, holding up signs with the names of the dead. We could hear birds chirping and jackets rustling. Afterwards, students in Michael Riedell's Creative Writing class went on the record with their thoughts and plans.

Speed Dating was the theme at a matchmaking event in Ukiah on February 28, 2018. Only the eager daters weren't singles, they were cannabis distributors and cultivators 

Jane Futcher reports. 

Gun Show In Ukiah Attracts Whole Families

Mar 13, 2018
O. Hope McKenney

What goes on behind the closed doors of a gun show? Who goes to a gun show? What does it take to buy a gun? And who’s selling guns? The Buck Stop Ukiah Gun Show took place on Saturday and Sunday at the Redwood Empire Fairgrounds. 

Future of Potter Valley Water Project Uncertain

Mar 10, 2018

March 10, 2018 — The Potter Valley Water Project may be on the market soon. At a recent meeting of the Eel Russian River Commission, Dave Moller, PG&E’s Director of Power Generation, explained that the project is not economically viable. The company is currently in the years’ long process of applying for relicensing under FERC, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.