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Olivia Kristiansen, a new leader for Pets Lifeline 

Posted on July 21, 2024
Olivia Kristiansen, a new leader for Pets Lifeline 

The new CEO of Pets Lifeline talks with the Sun’s Anna Pier about her journey to her dream job.  What was your work before Pets... Continue

The future of commerce in Sonoma?

Posted on July 20, 2024
The future of commerce in Sonoma?

The City of Sonoma is in the middle of rewriting its General Plan, the document that sets out a vision for Sonoma and ways to achieve... Continue

Sonoma Developmental Center pictures are worth 1,000 words

Posted on July 19, 2024
Sonoma Developmental Center pictures are worth 1,000 words

Following the back-and-forth, up-and-down fortunes of plans for the Sonoma Developmental Center, on Arnold Drive in Glen Ellen, requires... Continue

New Yorker magazine cartoonist Hilary Campbell dances into the pages of the Sonoma Valley Sun

Posted on July 18, 2024
New Yorker magazine cartoonist Hilary Campbell dances into the pages of the Sonoma Valley Sun

Known by most of the world as New Yorker Cartoonist Hilary Campbell, she is known to most of us as Sonoma Valley local, Hilary Campbell.... Continue

Rotary Club of Sonoma Valley announces new club President Charles Goodwin

Posted on July 17, 2024
Rotary Club of Sonoma Valley announces new club President Charles Goodwin

The Rotary Club of Sonoma Valley has named Charles Goodwin as club president for its 2024-2025 Rotary year.  Goodwin joined the club... Continue

The nomination period for City Council candidates has begun

Posted on July 16, 2024
The nomination period for City Council candidates has begun

On July 15, the nomination period for people who want to run for office in the City of Sonoma began, and it will continue until Friday,... Continue

The EIR for a 50-apartment project on Hwy 12. has just begun

Posted on July 15, 2024
The EIR for a 50-apartment project on Hwy 12. has just begun

The City of Sonoma has announced that the Notice of Preparation (NOP) of an Environmental Impact Report for the Montaldo Apartments... Continue

City Council to hear appeal of Cooperage building use denial

Posted on July 14, 2024
City Council to hear appeal of Cooperage building use denial

On Wednesday, July 17, 2024 the Sonoma City Council will hear the appeal of the denial of commercial uses of the Cooperage Building... Continue

A half-percent local sales tax measure may be placed on this November’s ballot

Posted on July 13, 2024
A half-percent local sales tax measure may be placed on this November's ballot

Facing a General Fund budget shortfall of $3 million this year, and projected shortfalls in each of the next four years of at least... Continue

Water Report: Both Lake Sonoma and Lake Mendocino are still nearly filled to capacity

Posted on July 12, 2024
Water Report: Both Lake Sonoma and Lake Mendocino are still nearly filled to capacity

Lake Sonoma is currently at 95.2% of storage capacity and Lake Mendocino is at 83%, both excellent. Nonetheless, although they are... Continue


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