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McKinleyville Matters: Mack Town honors the flower waterers

McKinleyville Matters: Mack Town honors the flower waterers

Kelly Miller and Christine Willfong were awarded the Community Builder Award Feb.6 by the McKinleyville Community Services District. The district presents the award to local individuals, businesses and organizations for their volunteer service, sponsorship and promotion of programs and events, outstanding service in the interest of the district and other contributions significant to McKinleyville’s quality

McKinleyville Matters: Sundbergs to receive Azalea Award

Approximately 125 individuals gathered in the Sunset Restaurant at Cher-ae Heights Casino on Jan. 24 for the first McKinleyville Chamber of Commerce Mixer of 2019. Attendees mixed, mingled and congratulated the businesses and organizations nominated for the Member’s Choice Awards. The ballot is out now. Each chamber member is allowed one vote. If you have

McKinleyville Matters: McMAC to elect officers, discuss roads, planning issues

The McKinleyville Municipal Advisory Committee (McKMAC) meets today, Jan. 30 at 6 p.m. in the McKinleyville Middle School Conference Center at 2275 Central Ave. in McKinleyville. The county advisory committee will discuss the resignation of John Corbett, who served as the committee’s chair. The committee will elect new officers for the year. The committee will

McK MATTERS: Misty Morgan named Student of the Month; Learn about old-time logging

McKinleyville Federated Women’s Club recently recognized McKinleyville Middle School 8th grader, Misty Morgan, as the Student of the Month for May. Nomination letters were submitted by two of Misty’s teachers, Mrs. Matthews and Mr. Culps, who mentioned that her tenacity and propensity to learn has propelled Misty to achieve her goals.  Mr. Culps remembers Misty

McK MATTERS: Jenkins receives scholarship; gymkhana results released

Danielle Jenkins, who attended McKinleyville High School and Shasta High School, was recently awarded a $20,000 scholarship from the Ford Family Foundation. Jenkins is the the daughter of Jim and Michelle Henson of Redding and Kevin Jenkins of McKinleyville. Danielle Jenkins, who now lives in Redding, plans to attend Chico State University and major in

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