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Entertainment

SSU filmmakers headed to Cannes

Alex Bretow and Mary-Madison Baldo will show two of their short films at the Cannes International Film Festival in May.

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News

Barren Tahoe slopes harbinger of a summer of water woes

All 38.8 million Californians are rolling into a fourth year of drought, with the Sierra Nevada snowpack at an all-time-low 8 percent of normal.

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Workouts get high-tech

Fitness trackers are proving popular for people trying to increase their daily activity, adding an extra incentive to stick to their goals.

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Lowell Cohn: McDonald saga another confounding chapter in 49ers' offseason

I find the 49ers confusing. I bet you do, too. The latest confusion concerns Ray McDonald.

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Sonoma County auto dealers remain buoyant amid surge in online competitors

The car buying experience continues to change in Sonoma County, but many longtime dealers are embracing the change.

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Opinion

PD Editorial: Next steps in groundwater managment

Sonoma County, like the rest of California, is stepping cautiously into a new era of groundwater regulation.

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Sugarloaf Ridge’s resident stone carver

Jim Foley discovered a passion for sculpture, donating his creations to raise money for the state park.

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