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Entertainment

Everybody loves a county parade

From fools to farmers and flowers, Sonoma County is kicking off spring with a few hometown celebrations.

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Bite Club
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10 delicious ideas for Easter eggs

After Easter, what do you do with all those colored hard-boiled eggs? We have a few ideas you're going to love.

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News

Sonoma County's population surpasses half-million mark

The influx, after a decade of anemic expansion, is driven by young families having kids and people moving here from other parts of the U.S.

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Curry, Thompson lead Warriors past Clippers 110-106

Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson combined for 52 points in Golden State's 10th consecutive victory Tuesday.

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Asti Winery facility, vineyards hit the market

The 536-acre Asti property is zoned for a hotel and restaurant. It is being sold as part of a restructuring plan designed to cut Treasury’s costs in the U.S. and Australia.

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Opinion

PD Editorial: Paying the price for discrimination

Indiana is making headlines with its Religious Freedom Restoration Act, which says that government must have a 'compelling interest' to infringe on an individual’s religious practice. Similar measures are under consideration in about 10 other states.

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Towns

How the Gravenstein Highway got its name

Distinctive green apple tree was propagated at Grafenstein Castle in Denmark and carried to west Sonoma County by Russian settlers.

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