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Sep 10, 2018 -- The Roots of Motive Power festival in Willits is a celebration of vintage railroad and logging equipment. It sprawls out behind the ballfield and museum and into the park every year, the weekend after Labor Day.

New ER, ICU And Helipad At Ukiah Hospital

Sep 7, 2018

Sep 7, 2018 -- The Ukiah Valley Medical Center opened its new Emergency Room, Intensive Care Unit, and rooftop helipad to the public on Thursday night. We'll take a tour of the premises with Dr. Marvin Trotter and talk with a few of the people who worked on the new building -- and the dirt beneath it.

A Place To Call Home: Michael Trent

Sep 7, 2018

Sep 7, 2018 -- In this episode of A Place to Call Home, we'll hear two interviews from one man. I first talked to Michael Trent in late May. He told me he woke up that morning under a bridge, in pain from an infection in his foot. He was proud that he'd previously gotten a job and gone through wildland firefighting training while homeless, but he wasn't in any shape to do anything at that point.

Azadeh Saljooghi

  Caltrans has plans to start its geotechnical investigation of the Albion bridge this month, if they get approval from the California Coastal Commission. The investigation will help determine the range of alternatives for the bridge that include replacement and rehabilitation options. A group of coastal residents called Albion Bridge Stewards are working to keep the historic bridge in-tact, as long as it is safe.

Sheri Quinn

Communities across the nation are working on ways to improve fire prevention while adapting to climate change. Long-time Mendocino County resident Keith Rutledge and former firefighter studies fire history and prevention in an effort to protect his home, his neighbors, and the region. Here is a brief overview.  Tune in Friday, September 7 at 11am for the entire interview. 

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