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A decision by the U.S. Department of Agriculture to cut the number of food safety inspectors at the Rancho Feeding Corp. slaughterhouse in Petaluma is coming under new scrutiny this week.
Most performance halls are named for famous musicians or wealthy sponsors. But the brand-new, $9.5 million Schroeder Hall att SSU is named for a Charles Schulz cartoon character.
The Taste of Petaluma is this weekend, with bites and sips available at various downtown restaurants, wineries and breweries.
Team working to re-sod the field at new stadium a day after workout cut short because players were slipping.
What we know now about what happened at the Rancho Feeding slaughterhouse is significant — and pretty repugnant.
They make everything from beef jerky to organic ice cream. Most have found a valuable niche, like D.H. Charles Engineering, above, which offers its expertise in construction engineering.
Football preview: Cardinal Newman ready to climb back to the top
There's no shortage of varsity experience for the Cardinals this year.