Section: Editorials

Editorial: A wage we can live with 



The Sonoma County Living Wage Coalition, a group of labor, environmental, political and religious organizations, has asked the County... Continue

Mobilizing the feminine principle

Our local leadership has clearly tilted towards the feminine, with capable and talented women now at the helm of local political offices... Continue

Goals and good intentions

Goals and good intentions

At the end of 2013, Sonoma City Council took another stab at setting goals for itself. The 2014/2015 goals can be found on the City’s... Continue

Creating affordable workforce housing

Creating affordable workforce housing

The demise of Sonoma’s Redevelopment Agency has effectively ended its creation of significant workforce housing, housing that’s... Continue

Our Sonoma Valley family

Holidays like Thanksgiving and Christmas are typically times when families celebrate together. Big meals are cooked and eaten, stories... Continue

Searching for community

The word community used pretty freely. We talk about the business community, or the gay community, or the Latino community and so on.... Continue

As goes water, so goes Sonoma Valley

SUN EDITORIAL Once famous for its precious metals, it’s now water that’s precious here in California. Our northern region... Continue

Dodd for AD 4

Residents in the half of Sonoma Valley running from Boyes Hot Springs through Kenwood will have a new assemblymember by the end of... Continue

Diana Conti for Assembly

In the 10th Assembly District Race, the incumbent, Marc Levine, has lined up an impressive array of supporters and almost certainly... Continue

On Measure B

The best argument for The Measure B electionis the weakness of the arguments against it. Like stale mints under the hotel pillow, they... Continue