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Lake County (California)

Creation date 2009-7-1, Created by kdeweese
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  • Jess Jackson led winery by example

    Jess Jackson led winery by example
    Jess Jackson, who founded Kendall-Jackson Winery in 1982, died last week at the age of 81, leaving an almost incalculable legacy on the California wine industry. He transformed it at least twice, first in establishing a style of wine that would come to be as much an irresistible flavor profile as a cultural icon; he would go on to become one of the state's most passionate and articulate advocates for the preeminence of place in the production of great California wine. In the process, he became one of the industry's most envied property owners, and by far one of its richest men.
  • Shuttle set for landing, will you hear the boom?

     
    Space shuttle Discovery is set to complete its tour of duty, coming in for a landing at Kennedy Space Center at 11:57 a.m. on Wednesday, March 9, 2011. to complete STS-133, its 39th and final mission. There may be two attempts at landing. The paths for...

    Water district’s conservation lectures — all bottled up

     
    Kirby Green, the head of the St. Johns Water Management District had a “My Word” piece this morning, urging Floridians to work on their water conservation. Maybe it's just me, but ever since the district gave the Niagara bottled-water...

    Prosecutors: Plane carried cargo of marijuana

    Lake County authorities say they have seized a private plane that was carrying 170 pounds of marijuana when it landed in Waukegan from California, and three men have been charged in a plot to distribute the pot. Michael Fejer, 27, of Oceanside, Cal.,...

    A verdict, but not the end

    Will Orpet was guilty. That was clear to the newspapers as his trial began in the summer of 1916, and it appeared equally clear to the people of Lake County: It took 23 days and more than 1,200 interviews to find a dozen men who said they could view the...