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Close to Home: Celebrating Sonoma County agriculture

After October’s devastating fires and the continued hardship faced by surrounding counties, there is something that feels refreshingly normal and renewing about the harvest season upon us. Somehow seeing dormant vines spring back to life and fruit start to ripen reminds us of the special place that agriculture has in the cycle of life and roots of Sonoma County.

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Gullixson: Having to relive the October fires — one pot at a time
Gullixson: Food truck fight creates pointless public relations mess
Golis: Acknowledging the reality of two Sonoma Counties
Golis: We don’t need to imagine what a fire would look like
Golis: In unsettling times, families count more than ever
Golis: Public service? After the fires, it’s a tough job
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