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Sunday’s race set records in the 29 years of series races at Sonoma for lead changes (13) and leaders (10).
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By one projection, the GOP’s latest health care bill would cost Sonoma County $178 million annually in state and federal Medi-Cal funding.
Is it possible to reinvent the burger for your Fourth of July cookout? Of course! We talked to local butchers Rian Rinn of Sonoma County Meat Company and Travis Day of Thistle Meats about the new bacon-burger, where the bacon is ground and mixed with the beef.
Between coastal hills with their own grazing cattle, this small-town spectacle draws competitors from across the state, though many on the rodeo roster are from local ranching families.
A 125-pound Neapolitan Mastiff named Martha won the 2017 title of World’s Ugliest Dog at the Sonoma Marin Fair.
The tanker flipped over on the national highway and villagers ran toward it to take the leaking fuel.
A single woman is turned off by men who are ‘just being affectionate’ with physical attention too soon.
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