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Is the 2020 presidential election coming too soon or not soon enough? Still in the midst of recovering and adjusting to the realities... Continue

Well, we made it through another winter. Late storms finally blessed us with a decent volume of moisture, but now it’s warm again.... Continue

Now that the electoral map comes into full resolution, the full magnitude of the political sea change is in full evidence… the progressives... Continue

Congress may have its AOC but Sonoma has its HHH, and that promises to be every bit as exciting. Unlike Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez,... Continue

One of the things we love about our county is its rugged beauty — mighty oaks, waving grasses, towering redwoods, delicate manzanita,... Continue

By now, many of us have renewed our annual dues with local nonprofits that are membership-based. Most Sonoma Valley nonprofits are... Continue

I have learned – the hard way – the importance of speaking up. And I know now that neglect, abandonment or being treated in a rude... Continue

Apropos of Mayor Harrington‘s request, at the February 4 City Council meeting, to review city checks before her name would be stamped... Continue

There are many assets that are managed after someone dies: stocks, bonds, real estate and of course, personal property. By definition,... Continue

By Loretta Carpio Carr On a recent stop for gas, I went into the adjacent convenience store to buy a bottle of water and a couple... Continue

Dear Emily, Our house has a large family room, one end is a kitchen, where I cook (and love doing it). The other end has comfortable... Continue

The city is smack in the middle of processing several major project applications — the Napa Street hotel, the Cheese Factory... Continue

I imagine it’s no coincidence that my writing began when I was 53, the same age my mother was when she called it a day. Nor that... Continue

Late last year Congress signed into law the most massive changes in tax reform (Tax Cuts and Job Act – TCJA) since 1986. It is important... Continue

I imagine it’s no coincidence that my writing began when I was 53, the same age my mother was when she called it a day. Nor that... Continue

Cal Fire has issued its conclusions as to the cause of the Tubbs Fire which is widely believed to be the point of origin in the North... Continue

This piece seemed easy in concept a month ago. I knew somehow it would be about gratitude and family; the season really calls for that... Continue

‘One day I was a 29-year-old millionaire, and the next day I was 29.’ By Jay Rooke Advertising has changed. Forget... Continue