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- What Prop. 48 will and won’t decide
- Inspiration from a father of a Nobel winner
Leadership starts at the top. As award-winning teachers seeking election to the Board of Trustees of Santa Rosa Junior College, our combined experience will enhance the solid foundation that the junior college has provided to the community over the past 100 years
President Barack Obama is not simply protecting his own political fortunes. He’s trying to protect faith in the entitlement state by portraying its repeated failures as shocking anomalies.
Ken Brown, Gary Edwards and Madolyn Agrimonti top the list of contenders for the Sonoma City Council.
No, these students didn’t streak past Dean Wormer’s house during a Founder’s Day fundraiser or drive a stolen Cadillac through the quad after a night of excessive beer pong. These groups simply had the temerity to stand by their convictions.
In simple terms, efforts to integrate Latinos into the economic, political and social life of Sonoma County will soon become a matter of self-interest for all of us.
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