“I’d like to let all the residents of Mendocino County know that the Mendocino County Sheriff’s Office will not be enforcing compliance of any health or emergency orders related to curfews.”
“Do you think your house has the best lights in Ukiah? Want to use your truck decorations to bring some holiday spirit to the Ukiah Valley?”
“Attention residents impacted by the Oak and August Fire!! Join us today for a Town Hall meeting with CalOES, FEMA and SBA and get your recovery questions answered.”
“PSP toxins affect the central nervous system, producing a tingling around the mouth and fingertips within a few minutes to a few hours after eating toxic shellfish. These symptoms are typically followed by loss of balance, lack of muscular coordination, slurred speech and difficulty swallowing. In severe poisonings, complete muscular paralysis and death from asphyxiation can occur.”
According to the California Highway Patrol Traffic Incident page, a single car accident occurred on Highway 162 resulting in a white Honda Accord lying on its roof in the roadway. The Traffic Incident Information Page indicates the wreck did not result in any injuries.
“We are excited to offer a hot Thanksgiving meal to-go for every Ukiah Unified student and any child 18 years or younger tomorrow, at Ukiah High School, from 11:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Our regular food distribution will also take place at Ukiah High from 6:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.”
Leah M. Anderson Mendoza, a resident of Ukiah’s Westside, told us she heard upwards of seven gunshots that sounded very close to her backyard on Hillcrest Avenue.
Due to a Rise in COVID-19 Cases, Mendocino County will be Redesignated to the Purple (or Most Restrictive) Tier at Noon Today
Mendocino County Deputy Chief Executive Officer Sarah Dukett told us, “[B]ecause of the surge across the state, the State is waiting only 1 week rather than 2 weeks to reassess County data. We were notified last night that we are being moved back to purple today at noon during the governor’s press conference.”
27-year-old Silas Callahan Dunn has had mental illness for many years, and since late August has adopted a transient lifestyle in Northern California, according to his mother, Christine Dunn. He has inhabited mental hospitals, homeless shelters, and encampments ranging from Dunsmuir, Eureka, Garberville, Fort Bragg, Boonville, and was most recently reported to be in Willits.
According to scanner reports, at approximately 11:30 a.m., a body was found underneath the southern end of Fort Bragg’s Noyo Bridge. MendoFever’s coastal correspondent Keri Ann Bourne was on scene and documented Mendocino County Sheriff deputies pilot a small boat to the body, place it inside the craft, […]