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The day all life on earth ended — for 3 hours

Posted on June 19, 2019
The day all life on earth ended -- for 3 hours

That wasn’t a Russian hack that knocked the Valley offline, it was more like a Eucalyptus tree. Yes, the world came to a complete... Continue

Where in Sonoma?

Posted on June 19, 2019
Where in Sonoma?

Do you recognize where this photo (thank you, Emily Marks) was taken? The location will be revealed in the June 20 print issue of... Continue

Sonoma Valley High finds new principal

Posted on June 18, 2019
Sonoma Valley High finds new principal

Just weeks after the surprise resignation of Justin Mori as principal of Sonoma Valley High, Alberto Solorzano has been named to replace... Continue

A ‘Chorus’ of cheers

Posted on June 18, 2019
A 'Chorus' of cheers

The roars you heard from the Glen Ellen mountain top over the weekend were the sold-out crowds going nuts for Broadway Under... Continue

Keys to a bright future

Posted on June 18, 2019
Keys to a bright future

Denton Shields, left, takes the keys to his new car — a 2012 Fiat donated to Sonoma Valley High School’s Grad Night party by... Continue

Elegy to my father

Posted on June 17, 2019
Elegy to my father

Born on a Minnesota farm, you milked cows and picked corn. You hated farming; that’s why you left Minnesota, that, and your mother... Continue

My coffee with Henry Mayo

Posted on June 17, 2019
My coffee with Henry Mayo

By Jonathan Farrell Nestled near a creek, on the westside of town is Sonoma Oaks – formerly called Rancho de Sonoma Mobile Home... Continue

Marching orders: join Sonoma’s 4th of July Parade

Posted on June 15, 2019
Marching orders: join Sonoma's 4th of July Parade

There’s still time to march in Sonoma’s famous 4th of July Parade — the deadline to enter a group in the patriotic... Continue

Cover story: A Transcendent ‘Chorus Line’

Posted on June 15, 2019
Cover story: A Transcendent 'Chorus Line'

  Amy Miller pictured at the outdoor venue at Jack London State Historic Park. Photo by Ray Mabry A risk taker, Transcendence... Continue

Opinion: Fighting for a fair wage for workers

Posted on June 14, 2019
Opinion: Fighting for a fair wage for workers

An activist for many years, I am always impressed by the May 1 marches organized by the farm workers union, inspired by the long-gone... Continue


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