“Light & Dark is an invitation to explore duality; an unflinching look at life and death, good and evil, power struggles, contrast, and diverse perspectives in various forms.”
“In the last year, this family has endured the tragic loss of their father Sergio, who lost his battle against cancer. Now they face the tremendous emotional stress and financial costs of losing their family home along with all of their personal belongings and the irreplaceable possessions of their late father.”
“The home and property have been in the family for over 70 years. They raised their six children and made so many memories there.”
Lego is a black female with a gimpy leg. She is a rescue that had to have surgery. She has a tag with her name and phone number.
“During work hours from 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM, West Perkins Street will be closed between North Spring Street and North Hortense Street, Please use an alternate route during the hours of street closure.”
Food distribution begins at 6:30 this morning and goodies include “chicken, turkey, mozzarella sticks, salsa, queso, strawberries, pineapple, peaches, potatoes, celery, carrots, avocados, chilies, fruit juice, and milk.”
Local Social Justice Group Honoring Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women with Mural Featuring Round Valley’s Khadijah Britton
“The theme of the mural is MMIW/MMIP (Missing & Murdered Indigenous Women/Persons), the mural is to raise awareness about social justice issues that impact our community. We are working closely with Connie Hostler, the mother of Khadijah Britton, who is from The Round Valley Indian Tribes.”
“The City of Ukiah in conjunction with Walk and Bike Mendocino is hosting a Community Clean-up in honor of Earth Day on Saturday, April 24th from 9 am – 12 pm at the Great Redwood Trail. Meet-up time will be at 9 am at the Railroad Depot located at 247 E. Perkins St., Ukiah.”
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Jared Skaggs, A Mendocino County Man Known for ‘Kicking Ass,’ Needs Your Support After Open-Heart Surgery
“Any donations are appreciated and go directly to help Jarred to pay medical bills and support himself (and soon to be 3 kids) until he’s back up and kicking all the asses.”