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Study: Over a third of Sonoma County households struggle to survive

A new report from a Federal Reserve-affiliated institute shows over one-third (36%) of working households in Sonoma County are unable to afford basic household necessities. The profile of these households has expanded to an unconventional group consisting of firefighters, teachers, paramedics and “people who wait on us today,” a Federal Reserve economist told a crowd… Keep Reading

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A toast to autumn: Sonoma County wines and pumpkin desserts

As the leaves turn and the air gets crisp, Sonoma County comes alive with the flavors of fall. What better way to celebrate the season than by pairing local wines with pumpkin desserts? From Dry Creek Valley’s zinfandels to Russian River’s pinot noirs, Sonoma offers a variety of wines that can elevate your autumnal treats… Keep Reading

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4 Sonoma County Infrastructure Projects Get Boost From State Grants

SONOMA COUNTY, CA — The California Transportation Commission has authorized more than $3.7 billion in state and federal funds to improve infrastructure in the Golden State, including $15 million headed to support four projects in Sonoma County. According to transportation officials, the bulk of the money comes from the bipartisan infrastructure law approved by Congress… Keep Reading

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A Look At Sonoma County’s B. Wise Vineyards

B. Wise Vineyards and its Moon Mountain Estate represent a sanctuary for wine connoisseurs and enthusiasts alike. B. Wise sits on top of a ridge that offers an unbelievable view of Sonoma Valley, making it a true gem in California’s wine country. Surrounded by peach, citrus and persimmon trees, this stunning winemaking haven brings the… Keep Reading

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Harvest time in Sonoma County: Gold Ridge Farms

With nights growing longer and cooler, the land and those making a living off of it will soon be in a much less active season. For most growers large and small, it’s harvest time. KRCB News continues our ongoing series profiling Sonoma County farms. It’s not an exaggeration that last winter’s abundant rainfall was cause… Keep Reading

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Sonoma County Wine Auction Raises $1.3 Million

Plenty of premium wines and lively bidding raised about $1.3 million for Northern California charities at the annual Sonoma County Wine Auction last month. Organized by the Sonoma County Vintners Foundation (SCVF), the auction funds community grants for nonprofit organizations in education, health, the environment and arts, as well as SCVF’s Emergency Relief Fund. “It… Keep Reading

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