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Amid pandemic, Sonoma RV lovers embrace life on wheels

Unable to travel by air, lots of Americans took to the roads during the COVID-19 pandemic, and able to work remotely, many stayed out there. The RV market reported record sales, according to the RV Industry Association, a fact confirmed by North Coast RV in Santa Rosa. “People don’t want to fly, they don’t want… Keep Reading

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SAN FRANCISCO, CA — As the weekend wraps up, we’ve rounded up all the stories you may have missed over Saturday and Sunday to prepare you for Monday. But before we jump into Northern California’s top stories, Golden State residents should know that the state is about to enter “open season” in terms of vaccine… Keep Reading

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Battle of the wine Titans

Jackson Family Wines Sues E&J Gallo Over Trademark Infringement (Santa Rosa, CA) — Santa Rosa-based Jackson Family Wines is suing E&J Gallo Winery over alleged trademark infringement. Jackson Family Wines complains the Gallo wine giant’s brand name for its “Cask & Cream” is “confusingly similar” to their “La Crema” trademark. A civil complaint goes on… Keep Reading

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Matt Gaetz’s ex-head of military affairs reveals the FBI interviewed him but claims the lurid allegations against the congressman are attempts to ‘discredit a very vocal conservative’

Rep. Matt Gaetz‘s ex-head of military affairs held a press conference Monday revealing he was interviewed by the FBI but claimed the lurid allegations against the Florida Republican are an attempt to ‘discredit a very vocal conservative.’ Former Gaetz staffer Nathan Nelson told reporters that two FBI agents interviewed him on Wednesday. ‘They told me that members of the media… Keep Reading

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Pomona Drilling Company DJ Scheffler & Nye Tackle Tough Projects

The next time you visit Grand Canyon Skywalk in northwestern Arizona and marvel at how the semicircular bridge that juts out over the gorge has avoided breaking off and sliding nearly 4,000 feet into the abyss below, thank Pomona-based specialty drilling contractor D.J. Scheffler & Nye Inc. The 36-year-old company installed the pilings that anchor… Keep Reading

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California Reservoirs Are Half-Empty, Recalling Historic Drought

California’s reservoirs are half-empty and dryness has reached levels similar to 2014 and 2015, when the state suffered an historic drought. The state, known for its water-intense almond production, is facing its third driest year on record, according to a report issued by the Department of Water Resources Thursday. The last time California was this… Keep Reading

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