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A ride to old school

A ride to old school

Nearly 300 vintage and historic cars converge at Sonoma Raceway, October 4-5, for the 11th CSRG Charity Challenge. The event feature... Continue

Celebrating London’s ‘sustainable’ legacy

Celebrating London's 'sustainable' legacy

Jack London – author, reporter, adventurer, social activist… farmer. While the practice of sustainable agriculture is now entering... Continue

Input wanted on bike path to Santa Rosa

Input wanted on bike path to Santa Rosa

A proposed bike and walking trail from Santa Rosa to the Springs, a paved, 13-mile link from Melita Road to existing paths in Sonoma,... Continue

Parade of light

Parade of light

Emerging into the dusk is the The Soroptimist International of Sonoma Valley float, the first-place winner in the Valley of the Moon... Continue

Bringing home the gold

Bringing home the gold

The under-13 girls soccer team Sonoma SC Fury won the Santa Cruz Classic Tournament. The proud gold medal winners are, top row from... Continue

Timely training for earthquake preparedness

In the event of a disaster – a nearby 6.0 earthquake, for example, or even worse — you must be prepared to shelter in your... Continue

The dash — what will yours mean?

(By Walt Williams) You have been trying to finish this piece for months but tragedy keeps intervening. There’s no easy way to write... Continue

Petaluma team salutes Seelye

For the Petaluma High School football team’s show of support Friday night for Michael Seelye, the Sonoma High player being treated... Continue

The economics of peace and sustainability

The economics of peace and sustainability

(By Georgia Kelly) Fourteen years ago, when Praxis Peace Institute was born in Dubrovnik, Croatia, from a conference held there, we... Continue

October at the Arts Guild

October at the Arts Guild

“Trees at Skunk Creek” is a new painting by Ruby Newman, the featured artist in the Arts Guild of Sonoma’s October exhibition,... Continue