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Santa Rosa artist honored by Marine Corps group

Before he became a prolific, decorated painter of landscapes and portraits, John Deckert was a Marine. The Rincon Valley resident enlisted in the Marine Corps Reserves less than a week after he graduated from high school in 1966. After completing boot camp at Parris Island, South Carolina, he spent six months training with the Marines,… Keep Reading

Country Summer Music Festival delayed until 2021

The seventh annual Country Summer Music Festival — originally set for June 19-21 this year at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds in Santa Rosa, then postponed until Oct. 23-25 — now has been rescheduled for next year, June 25-27, 2021, due to coronavirus concerns. “Our festivals are not social-distancing-oriented events. They’re thousands and thousands of like-minded… Keep Reading

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California’s community college chief wants police training changes

Eloy Ortiz Oakley wants to change how police officers in California are trained. Oakley is the chancellor of the state’s 115 community colleges and consequently oversees one of the largest training networks for California police. Eighty percent of police officers in California get training at a community college, according to the college system. Oakley said… Keep Reading

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More than 100 charged with looting, assaults in California

SAN FRANCISCO — California authorities praised the thousands of peaceful protesters who thronged streets around the state while announcing criminal charges against more than 100 people accused of looting and violence, while police in the San Francisco Bay Area say a break-in suspect was killed when officers mistook his hammer for a gun. The Tuesday… Keep Reading

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700 Protesters March In Santa Rosa; 75 Arrested: Police

SONOMA COUNTY, CA — Santa Rosa police officers arrested more than 75 people out after curfew Tuesday night and towed more than 20 vehicles following a protest of police brutality, police said Wednesday. Hundreds gathered around 5 p.m. Tuesday in a parking lot in the 700 block of Sebastopol Road to hold a vigil for… Keep Reading

Sonoma County health officer set to fully reopen restaurants, stores for indoor shopping, churches by Saturday

Barring a spike in coronavirus cases or people needing hospital care for the highly contagious infectious disease, Sonoma County Health Officer Dr. Sundari Mase said Tuesday she plans to reopen a big portion of economic activity by Saturday. Mase expects to allow the resumption of indoor dining at restaurants, wineries and brewpubs, in-store shopping at… Keep Reading

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Meet Sonoma County’s First Youth Poet Laureate

Zoya Ahmed, an incoming senior at Maria Carrillo High School in Santa Rosa, has been named the first Youth Poet Laureate of Sonoma County. Nonprofit organization California Poets in Schools and Phyllis Meshulam, current Poet Laureate of Sonoma County, spearheaded the historical selection, and a local panel of poets and literary experts chose Ahmed from an… Keep Reading

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