It’s been a long, difficult winter as local chefs opened, closed, opened, went on hiatus, and tried everything they could to keep diners entertained. Now, as the spring weather warms and vaccinations increase, we can finally enjoy some outdoor dining together — and maybe even return to some indoor dining before the summer. Here are… Keep Reading

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Lakeport Unified School Board appoints new member

LAKE COUNTY, Calif. – The Lakeport Unified School District Board of Trustees on Thursday night selected its newest member. During its regular meeting, held at the Marge Alakszay Center on the district campus, the board selected Jennifer Williams-Richardson to fill a board vacancy created last month when Trustee Jeannie Markham moved to Oregon. Williams-Richardson was… Keep Reading

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University of Montana senior Claire Howard’s shutout record could have ended in disaster if she had mishandled an errant ball that came whizzing toward her team’s goal in the second half of a March 28 soccer game against Portland State.  “When it all breaks down, you need a goalkeeper that can keep the ball out… 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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Solano Community College about to launch late spring sports

When the Solano Community College baseball team throws its first pitch on Saturday, it will officially be the top of the first. In more ways than one. The Falcons will return to competition for the first time since last spring. The school “opted in” for late spring sports — baseball, softball, swimming and tennis —… Keep Reading

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Sonoma County Welcomes Increase In Coronavirus Vaccine Supply

Santa Rosa, CA – April 6, 2021 – Sonoma County has received a significant increase in COVID vaccines from the state, including a shipment of Johnson & Johnson doses specifically for the County’s effort to distribute the vaccine equitably to the most vulnerable communities. The increase in supply is a direct result of an appeal that… 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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