Stories from Chris Smith
Go back in time at Carrillo Adobe open house
Saturday’s event will focus on the history of the time-eroded Santa Rosa landmark.
Smith: 1st names on Sebastopol’s new peace wall
New public-space monument in Sebastopol, to be dedicated Sunday, will honor advocates of peace, justice and nonviolence.
Smith: A little something for Coach Bribiescas' daughter
Two UCLA alums who heard about the sudden death of the former Santa Rosa High soccer coach stepped up to help his daughter, currently a freshman at their alma mater.
Relentless Sonoma County defense attorney Turer calling it quits
For more than 40 years, Turer pushed hard — sometimes, judges have said, too hard — to assure that the police who arrested his clients acted properly, that the accounts of witnesses were true and consistent, and that prosecutors could back up the criminal charges they filed.
Smith: Let’s forget Oregon shooter’s name
Sheriff John Hanlin of Oregon was vowing never to speak the name of the suspect in Thursday’s killing spree at Umpqua Community College. He’s got the right idea.
'Peanuts' stamps unveiled at Schulz Museum
Snoopy lovers turned out in force Thursday at the Schulz Museum in Santa Rosa for the debut of stamps celebrating the 50th anniversary of 'A Charlie Brown Christmas.'
Smith: Aiden’s spirit flies high in air show tribute
Just last year Aiden Hansen went to the Waves Over Wine Country air show, where he thrilled at the aerobatics and sat in the cockpit of one of the planes on exhibit.
Schulz headed for state's Hall of Fame
If that weren’t enough, the Sonoma County Library is issuing a new library card graced with the images of Charlie Brown and Snoopy, part of a new program to promote literacy.
'Peanuts' stamps out this week
Stamps inspired by 'A Charlie Brown Christmas' will be dedicated at the Schulz Museum on Thursday before going on sale to the general public.