The Battle for the Little Lake Valley: Debating the Willits Bypass, Pros and Cons (Part III of III)

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kEiAu9LXiYo] A video posted on the Save Little Lake Valley blog that discusses traffic projects from the anti-bypass point of view. This is part three of the Lost Coast Outpost’s three-part series on the Willits Bypass. While every effort was made to ensure this story is unbiased (both sides had the opportunity to rebut the other side,) it should

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‘We Don’t Care If You Have a Meth Lab in Your Backyard, We Just Want to Find the Baby Killer!’

Multiple agencies continue search for triple homicide suspect, Sean Miller. All photos on this story courtesy of KMUD news and Eileen Russel, photographer. Today, as law enforcement teams sweep through Honeydew towards Ettersburg and KMUD is reporting that “Mendocino County SWAT [is] going door to door on Wilder Ridge Road heading to Shelter Cove,” nearly a week has passed since

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The Battle for the Little Lake Valley: Debating the Willits Bypass, Pros and Cons (Part II of III)

The Willits Freeway and other future projects were discussed at a public meeting held February 1957 in Eureka. (Photo and caption provided courtesy of Caltrans) This is part two of Lost Coast Outpost’s three-part series on the Willits Bypass. While every effort was made to ensure this story is unbiased (both sides had the opportunity to rebut the other side) it should

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‘Defeated’ Suspect in Triple Homicide Left Note in His Abandoned Truck

Photo of Sunday’s Community Meeting at the Mattole Community Center where local residents met with law enforcement and discussed the current manhunt for Shasta County’s triple homicide suspect, Shane Miller. Photo by Radke. Guest post by residents of the Petrolia area, John Williams and Kathy Radke who attended Sunday’s meeting. LoCO thanks them for sharing their experiences. On Sunday afternoon, Lt. Steven

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