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Many members of our community are greatly disappointed that the Santa Rosa school board turned down the proposal to name a new charter school the Eugene Mijares Hope Academy.
Did Sonoma County Supervisor Susan Gorin lead union protesters into the State of the County breakfast last week, starting what was a boisterous 15-minute disruption? She says no, but it sure appeared that way.
By the time the Super Bowl is over Sunday night, you may have munched on a few too many nachos and chicken wings, and you might be almost as sick of cheap beer as you are of expensive TV ads.
After all these years of touting its environmental credentials, a new study says Marin County has one of the largest carbon footprints in the Bay Area.
From grass-roots efforts here in Sonoma County that halted construction of a nuclear plant at Bodega Head and checked ambitions for The Sea Ranch, it’s a straight path to the California Coastal Conservation Initiative in 1972 and formation of the California Coastal Commission four years later.
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