Supervisors vote to shift marketing resources, close Lucerne Visitor Information Center
LAKEPORT, Calif. – The Board of Supervisors on Tuesday continued a discussion on shifting marketing resources, voting unanimously to close the county’s Lucerne Visitor Information Center and work with the chamber and local businesses to do more focused outreach both locally and on the Internet.
Upper Lake Horticultural Happening set for this weekend; event highlights announced UPPER LAKE, Calif. – Upper Lake’s Horticultural Happening will take place this Saturday, April 26, and Sunday, April 27, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the red barn and at the Tallman Hotel on Main Street.
Deputies seize record 7 pounds of meth during traffic stop; three Santa Rosans arrested MIDDLETOWN, Calif. – A vehicle stop conducted Friday afternoon resulted in three arrests and the seizure of 7 pounds of methamphetamine, reported to be the largest seizure of the drug by the sheriff’s office with an estimated value of more than $320,000.
Sheriff candidates take on community’s questions, challenge each other in debate KELSEYVILLE, Calif. – In what has been the campaign season’s largest sheriff candidates’ debate so far, the three men vying to be the next sheriff answered the community’s questions, put forward their qualifications and challenged each others’ assertions.
Yamada’s water rate assistance bill passes Assembly Committee on Utilities and Commerce
Assembly Bill 1434, authored by Assemblymember Mariko Yamada (D-Davis), establishing a ratepayer assistance program to help low-income Californians with their water bills passed the Assembly Committee on Utilities and Commerce in Sacramento on Monday.
Supervisors to continue visitor center, coffee business discussions
LAKEPORT, Calif. – This week the Board of Supervisors will continue discussions on whether to close the county’s visitor center and options for assisting a local business with meeting Health and Safety codes.
VIDEO: Free spay/neuter program seeks Kelseyville’s community cats; kennel changes improve animal health LAKE COUNTY, Calif. – Lake County Animal Care and Control is offering free spay/neuter services for Kelseyville’s community cats.