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You know you're from Sonoma County when...

30 things only locals can understand.

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Entertainment

Penngrove goes all out for 'Biggest Little Parade'

The rural town of Penngrove swelled as several thousand hometown fans and outside spectators gathered for the 39th annual 'Biggest Little Parade in Northern California' down Main Street Sunday.

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Sonoma screening demystifies diabetes

With $100,000 grant, food bank adds screening and referrals at Agua Caliente food distribution site.

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Women's World Cup final: Team USA wins in rout

With tournament star Carli Lloyd scoring three of four first-half goals, the U.S. women's team dominated Japan to win the World Cup final by a score of 5-2 Sunday.

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Jackson Family Wines’ investments in sustainability paying off

Jackson Family Wines, one of the largest vineyard owners in Sonoma County, is aiming to be one of the greenest. It uses everything from a fog machine and ultraviolet lights to drones to reduce its impact on the environment.

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Opinion

PD Editorial: Mid-year report card, Part II

Here’s the second half of our mid-year assessment of the Editorial Board’s goals for 2015.

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Towns

Sonoma screening demystifies diabetes

With $100,000 grant, food bank adds screening and referrals at Agua Caliente food distribution site.

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