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Taking wing – Inside the ‘new’ Sonoma Valley Hospital

Taking wing - Inside the ‘new’ Sonoma Valley Hospital

What price, good health? In the case of Sonoma Valley Hospital, about $44 million. The facility’s new wing has an enlarged emergency... Continue

The cost of freedom

The cost of freedom

Dan Parker remembers the day vividly. He was 14, with his family, visiting the National Cemetery of the Pacific in Honolulu. Stone... Continue

Facing the ‘Fallen’

Facing the ‘Fallen’

Wisconsin artist and teacher Andre Ferrella was already making unique portraits, encasing enhanced photographs in cloudy white plexiglass... Continue

Solace and celebration as Sonoma salutes 9/11

Solace and celebration as Sonoma salutes 9/11

In a still, gray morning on Sonoma Plaza, a team of 18 volunteers read the names of the 2,977 victims of 9/11. It took nearly three... Continue

A neatly done ‘Odd Couple’

A neatly done 'Odd Couple'

They nag, they complain, they fight over silly little things. One is a neat freak, the other a slob. One’s too sensitive, the other... Continue

Brown: ‘time to move on’

First District Sonoma County Supervisor Valerie Brown, who began her political career as a member of the Sonoma City Council, will... Continue

No word from missing Glen Ellen teenager

No word from missing Glen Ellen teenager

Kasandra Poshepny was doing well in summer school, needing just one more week to finish an algebra class in advance of her final year... Continue

Clean, dirty fun with ‘Rocky Horror’

When an audience starts to howl, the play must be funny. When the audience starts to actually howl, like so many crazed wolves, it... Continue

Future of Community Development Agency in doubt

As a result of maneuvering to reach a California state budget agreement, Sacramento has handed the Sonoma Community Development Agency... Continue

Woolsey to retire at end of term

Woolsey to retire at end of term

Rep. Lynn Woolsey, the former welfare recipient and single mother who jumped from the Petaluma city council to become a leading progressive... Continue