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Hospital report points to parcel tax; CEO defers (most of) her raise; campaign shots fired; and more

Posted on December 13, 2019
Hospital report points to parcel tax; CEO defers (most of) her raise; campaign shots fired; and more

If you’re among the critics of Sonoma Valley Hospital who complain that CEO Kelly Mather makes too much money, don’t up your meds... Continue

Sonoma Art Scene: Patricia Akay

Posted on December 12, 2019
Sonoma Art Scene: Patricia Akay

Patricia Akay, or Pati to her friends, personifies the composed, mannered lady often seen in social circles. It’s difficult to conceive... Continue

Hotel hearing postponed, again

Posted on December 11, 2019
Hotel hearing postponed, again

The Sonoma Planning Commission hearing on the Hotel Project Sonoma on Napa Street scheduled for this Thursday evening has been postponed,... Continue

Surprise cookie party celebrates High School faculty, staff

Posted on December 11, 2019
Surprise cookie party celebrates High School faculty, staff

Science teacher Elisha Coon and Socorro Shiels, the School District Superintendent, join a surprise cookie party for Sonoma Valley... Continue

After-hours at the charming ‘Magic Toy Shop’

Posted on December 11, 2019
After-hours at the charming 'Magic Toy Shop'

What really happens after the shopkeeper locks up? Dolls and toys come to exuberant life as the Sonoma Conservatory of Dance presents... Continue

Christmas at the Mission

Posted on December 10, 2019
Christmas at the Mission

A tradition since 1986, the downtown buildings of Sonoma State Historic Park will be open, festively lit, and free to visitors on... Continue

Safeway strike looms as contract talks stall

Posted on December 9, 2019
Safeway strike looms as contract talks stall

The union representing Safeway workers has recommended a strike over wages and other issues, with the results of a member vote to... Continue

Transform your garden

Posted on December 8, 2019
Transform your garden

Transforming or re-designing your garden can be an exciting project. Been tired lately of the same routine and garden scenery? Do... Continue

School Notes: One teen’s life-changing trip to Africa

Posted on December 8, 2019
School Notes: One teen’s life-changing trip to Africa

By Sarah Ford | Sun school reporter  Sonoma Valley High sophomore Sandra Hagstrom recently returned from an eye-opening two-week... Continue

PHOTO UPDATE: Climate Strike — Heeding the call of the young

Posted on December 7, 2019
PHOTO UPDATE: Climate Strike -- Heeding the call of the young

  By Stephanie Hiller | Special to The Sun Youth often sees with a clear eye through the murky fog to which the older generation... Continue


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