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Ukiah Daily Journal (Newspaper) - February 12, 2008, Ukiah, California Community sports digest 6 Your health Ask Qott 3 FORUM Our readers write 4 TheUkiah 50 cents tax include Mendocino Countys local newspaper URflAL Tomorrow Mostly TUESDAY 2008 Awaiting county action on bags By ZACK SAMPSEL The Dally Journal With no input from the Mendocino County Board of Supervisors a county wide ban on plastic bags has lost some but accord ing to Mendocino Solid Waste Management Authority offi hope is not It would be best if any action was uniform amongst the cities and said Mike MSWMA All three cities have commented on the and now were waiting on the Board of Although the board has yet to issue its stance on the which would help govern unincorporated areas of the some businesses and UPDATE Reusable bags should they be mandatory organizations are taking mat ters into their own Harvest the largest independent supermarket in See Page 14 NOMTMATREEIS photo by Peier Armstrong Firefighters from the Uklah Valley Fire District work to pull a stranded horse from the mud on Boonvllle Road late Monday The owners had been trying to pull the animal free of the muck all morning and called UVFD at Monday for UVFD extracted the animal with the help a CalFIre Inmate Sarah Dally Journal Uklah veterinarian Bob Shugart readies himself to spay a 1yearold cat from the Its a SNAP with help Its a SNAP when everyone helps By BEN BROWN The Dally Journal Seventeen years after being found ed by three tax preparers and a local the Mendocino Spay and Neuter Assistance Program known as SNAP is still going We have more money and are doing more activities than we ever have said Director Dick Every year in SNAP sponsors the spay and neuter assis tance program which works with Mendocino County Animal Care and Control and local to pro vide reduced cost spay and neutering services to those who might not other wise be able to afford Winkler said in 17 years of opera SNAP has spayed and neutered dogs and cats Spay and Neuter Adoption Coordinator Sage said the shelter had spayed or neutered 59 cats and 83 dogs on and animals in the last Since SNAP began operations in Winkler said the county has seen euthanization of animals drop from to It he Winkler said Animal Control has estimated that the cost of taking holding and euthanizing an animal is Winkler spaying and neutering animals may have saved the county thousands of The community wants a nokill Winkler The money saved by public support of spay and neuter has allowed to hold those animals that are truly adoptable until they find a The more cats and dogs we can the closer we come to that The Animal Control clinics are especially important to Winkler Their cost is much less than what we would otherwise pay to local vet erinarians and without limited allows us to spay more ani he Local veterinarians do get involved with but Winkler said 2008 was the first year there have been so Mendocino Animal North State Animal Yokayo Veterinary Center and Willits Pet Care Center are all working with SNAP this Its nice to have them cooperating with Winkler In addition to providing lowand nocost spay and neutering SNAP is encouraging those who do have the money to have their pets spayed and SNAP is especially interested in the spaying and neutering of large many of whom end up in Winkler On SNAP will be at WalMart from 10 until 2 to meet with people who have dogs over 40 While SNAP does a lot of work on Spay and Neuter he said other organizations also do a lot towards making it a success including Animal Care and Anderson Valley Bones Rescue and the local veterinarians who volunteer their Theres lots of credit to go Winkler Murder charges dismissed in Leggett shooting tiAs office could reflle when evidence is in hand By BEN BROWN The Dally Journal Mendocino County Superior Court Judge Richard Henderson dismissed all charges against murder sus pect David Duree Monday for insufficient at the request of Deputy District Attorney Rayburn It wasnt ready to go Killian Judge Henderson made the order Monday just before jury selection in the case Duree was charged with assault with a criminal threats and posses sion of an illegal firearm in the shooting death of Doreen of Fisher died of a single gunshot wound to the head on 12 in what the Mendocino County Sheriffs Office described as a landlordtenant Killian said the charges were dismissed because evi dence that would be necessary for the trial had not returned from the Department of See Page 14 Three meth arrests in Ukiah The Dally Journal Three people were arrested on drug charges over the weekend after suspected methamphetamine was found in their car Saturday According to reports from the Mendocino County Sheriffs sheriffs deputies approached a suspi cious car parked in the 5000 block of Old River In the car were Raymond and Roxann of and Linda of According to sheriffs while being inter viewed by all three showed signs of being on A search of the care revealed a substantial amount of crystal rnetham according to sheriffs Deputies also found several pieces of paraphernalia for smoking See Page 14 Three injured in weekend accidents The Dally Journal Three people suffered minor to moderate injuries in three separate car accidents this On Friday Christian Morgan of sustained a minor head laceration after his 1995 Honda crashed into a red wood tree on Highway According to reports from the California Highway Morgan was driving eastbound on Highway 128 at approximately 55 mph at when he lost control of the his vehicle and drove off the west edge of the The Honda collided with a tree and Morgan was trans ported to the Ukiah Valley Medical Center for treatment for a minor laceration to the left side of his On the 37year old driver of a 2007 Yamaha motorcycle suffered minor injuries when he rearended a 2000 Toyota pickup truck on See Page 14 isit WILLIAM JEWELERS Mi M mmm mi Pear Tree Center
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