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Sonoma County health officials issue Freeze Warning

The County of Sonoma is issuing a freeze warning in response to the National Weather Service’s prediction for freezing overnight lows Wednesday night through Monday morning, that could result in snow and black ice. Officials recommend that residents limit time outdoors, as serious medical conditions including hypothermia and frostbite can develop with prolonged cold weather… Keep Reading

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The Sonoma Posse rides into town

This town, this place at the end of the “El Camino Real” (The Royal Road), was once on the wild side. In the olden days, when the Plaza was full of grazing cows and there were no tourists, Sonoma had its share of petty crimes, drunken brawls and horse thefts. Occasionally, the local sheriff had… Keep Reading

The re-beavering of the Bay Area

In a deep muddy creek near Silicon Valley’s busiest freeway, a large furry head pokes up. And then quickly submerges. The brief sighting, along with a growing collection of video footage, confirms something remarkable: After being hunted to extinction in the 1800s, the North American beaver is returning to the creeks of the San Francisco… Keep Reading

Sonoma County poised to name a new county administrator in December

The Sonoma County Board of Supervisors is nearing a decision on who it will tap to replace retiring County Administrator Sheryl Bratton. The appointed post is the top executive position in county government and is responsible for carrying out the board’s priorities and working with county departments that employ more 4,000 people. The board, which… Keep Reading

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Making A Difference In The Film Industry

Competing With The Big Studios SANTA ROSA, CA, USA, November 28, 2022 / — Can one man put forth enough effort to make a splash big enough to affect the world? Bryan Brooks thinks so. He’s been making waves this past year with his independent feature film Wrecker. Bryan is the film’s producer, financier, writer,… Keep Reading

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