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- State, North Bay lawmakers praise president’s State of The Union vision (w/video)
- Lane: Ghosts of the Great Society
- Santa Rosa school board sets priorities for charter school admissions
- County library adds new computers to boost childhood learning
- United Way program matches learning readers, tutors
Samantha Lamos hoped for a great experience last summer when she was selected as one of 33 high school women to train at a national rowing camp in Connecticut. Then things got even better.
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