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Women have been putting up with piggish men for a long time; do you recall the cartoon showing a helpless woman being dragged by the... Continue

Like most Sonoma residents fortunate enough to survive the October fires with an intact home and an un-burnt landscape, I’m re-evaluating... Continue

This month’s column was prompted by Katie Byrnes’ article, ‘Why the 1960s matter’ in the Aug 21st edition of... Continue

If it seems hard to breathe lately, it’s not because wildfires are back. The sudden shortage of oxygen follows a rash of reports... Continue

There are two issues facing our Highway 12 commercial corridor that could create lasting negative consequences if the community isn’t... Continue

By Supervisor Susan Gorin — It is not often that life hands you huge dichotomies in the same day, same night, same week, but... Continue

By B.J. Bischoff It’s been a somber and stressful two weeks here in Sonoma Valley. Everyone I know knows someone who has lost... Continue

It’s still difficult to write a column now, after these horrendous wildfires. Moving into the rainy season and holidays, my eyes... Continue

For the man on the street trying to find easily accessible, public sources of information concerning the County’s post-fire rebuild... Continue

That is the question. As Christmas time approaches, seemingly fast every year, I wanted to discuss gifting. No, not the re-gifting... Continue

During the particularly tense night of October 11, I received a phone call from one of my Oaxacan friends. She was watching news reports... Continue

On Earth Day, I joined over 40,000 people in Washington DC for the March for Science.   I marched in solidarity for the advancement... 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

In October, a concerned parent filed a records request for September communications between the Sonoma County Office of Education (SCOE)... Continue

Kim joined our office as an agent in 1994. As it turned out we had a lot in common: we both loved real estate and dark chocolate. In... Continue

My heart and prayers go out to those who suffered a loss during the California wildfires. The widespread destruction of life and property... Continue

It’s weird to think that in one of the first democratic nations on the planet that a statement like “government works” is now... Continue