Mr. Bever had been unwell for several years, “and although originally a man of strong physique, possessing a strong constitution, his death was not unexpected.”
“Five-year-old Malcolm Luiz narrowly escaped drowning in the Caspar pond. Had it not been for the quick actions of John Daniels who plunged in after him, Malcolm would probably have been lost.”
“A unique feature of the Point Arena was that her cabins and staterooms were decorated with oil paintings, the handiwork of Captain Graves himself.”
“Once the United States entered World War II on December 7, 1941, many of those who could not join the military, for whatever reason, were recruited to the Aircraft Warning Service. Statistically, this led to a preponderance of women.”
The Sotoyome was the first vessel in 15 years to be built and successfully launched at Albion.
“Clarence White was tried at Ukiah for killing Wylackie John and promptly acquitted. Such satisfaction was shown over the verdict that even the Judge got drunk and so noisy that the Sheriff attempted to arrest him.”
As he walked along, a shape caught Hill’s eye in the middle of a field sparking his interest enough to approach. There, in the middle of the field, Hill saw a sight still burned deeply in his memory.
“A small boat was launched from shore to rescue the sailors, but the rescue boat was rolled over by a large wave. All of the would-be rescuers perished.”
[WARNING: This article contains graphics images and descriptions of violence wrought on animals] Mendocino County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Barron L. Hankes, who was serving as the “livestock investigator,” revealed that “six animals owned by three ranchers in this area have been found dead and sexually mutilated in the past two weeks.”
The San Francisco Call newspaper was proud of their detailed reporting and claimed that it was researched at some risk to the reporters who compiled the story in volatile Round Valley