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In January 2005, Sci named Outpost Gallifrey its "Sci-Fi Site of the Week", noting its comprehensive coverage of all things Doctor Who.
Its front page claimed that the website received over 25,000 readers every day, rising to up to 50,000 at times of peak interest in the show such as a series premiere or finale.
They are staged as part of the Every 15 Minutes program, which teaches high school students about the dangers of driving while impaired.
In the spirit of education, has learned that the young woman arrested for DUI is 18-year-old Angelica Smullin (pictured above).
# # # UPDATE, a.m.: Brittany Powell, public information officer for the Eureka Police Department, tells the that one student has been arrested for driving under the influence.
Outpost Gallifrey was a fan website for the British science fiction television series Doctor Who.
It was active as a complete fan site from 1995 until 2007, then existing solely as a portal to the still-active parts of the site, including its news page and forums (rebranded as The Doctor Who News Page and The Doctor Who Forum, but still part of the original site architecture) until July 31, 2009.
On October 9, 2006, Lyon announced that he would no longer be updating the news pages because his "heart was no longer in [the constant news collection and editing] anymore." The initial plan was that most of the website would be archived, with only the forum and pages related to the annual Gallifrey One convention continuing to be updated regularly.
However, on November 2, 2006, Lyon announced that the site's news page would be returning in a new form, with Lyon as editor-in-chief and a committee of reporters from the US, UK and beyond.