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Kimberly and Simon Blattner awarded Sonoma’s highest honor for public service

Posted on February 20, 2020
Kimberly and Simon Blattner awarded Sonoma's highest honor for public service

  Simon and Kimberly Blattner, philanthropists and active supporters of several Sonoma Valley community and cultural organizations,... Continue

Nonprofit leaders launch new collaboration

Posted on February 19, 2020
Nonprofit leaders launch new collaboration

Leaders from six diverse nonprofit organizations gathered this month to launch a three-year campaign to strengthen one another, and... Continue

Bay Area Safeway workers near the brink

Posted on February 19, 2020
Bay Area Safeway workers near the brink

Bay Area Safeway workers are ready to strike, the union head says, if current negotiations — renewed this week after a long... Continue

Impact100 Sonoma kicks off second decade of impact

Posted on February 18, 2020
Impact100 Sonoma kicks off second decade of impact

  Amber Gonzales-Vargas, keynote speaker at the Impact100 Sonoma annual Members Meeting Welcoming a record 68 new members for... Continue

New ‘Call of the Wild’ film gets Sonoma debut

Posted on February 17, 2020
New 'Call of the Wild' film gets Sonoma debut

A day before the big-budget Hollywood film The Call of the Wild opens nationally, the new film based on the 1903 Jack London novel... Continue

Under the Sun: Logan Harvey, Sonoma’s mayor

Posted on February 14, 2020
Under the Sun: Logan Harvey, Sonoma's mayor

I understand you’re 32 years old, Logan. Are you the youngest council member in Sonoma history? I may not be the youngest council... Continue

Sun on the Street: How will you celebrate Valentine’s Day?

Posted on February 14, 2020
Sun on the Street: How will you celebrate Valentine’s Day?

How will you celebrate Valentine’s Day?   Manya and Dick Smith, Boyes Hot Springs Dick: We just celebrated our 24th anniversary,... Continue

Supervisor Gorin on dealing with Sonoma County’s homeless

Posted on February 14, 2020
Supervisor Gorin on dealing with Sonoma County’s homeless

I will fight any attempt to make the Los Guilicos emergency shelter permanent. By Susan Gorin, First District Supervisor Sonoma County’s... Continue

The homeless crisis hits close to home

Posted on February 13, 2020
The homeless crisis hits close to home

The issue of homelessness is no longer a concept but a very real, living, in-your-face reality. Near Oakmont, at the Los Guilicos campus,... Continue

On creating a vision for Eldridge and the Sonoma Developmental Center

Posted on February 13, 2020
On creating a vision for Eldridge and the Sonoma Developmental Center

Part of the three-year specific planning process involves generating an overarching vision for the property. By Tracy Salcedo | For... Continue


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