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Community Center hosts three-day Winter Art Market

Posted on November 30, 2022
Community Center hosts three-day Winter Art Market

Winter Art Market at the Sonoma Community Center. For three days, over 50 artists will participate, including everything from classes... Continue

‘Snow’ shoes

Posted on November 29, 2022
'Snow' shoes

You don’t have to be a ballet fan to know of the Sugar Plum Fairy and other treasures from Tchaikovsky’s Nutcracker Suite, but... Continue

Meet Molly Kiss, Sonoma Valley High principal 

Posted on November 26, 2022
Meet Molly Kiss, Sonoma Valley High principal 

Sarah Ford | Sonoma Sun — Having served last year as a vice principal at Sonoma Valley High School (SVHS), Molly Kiss is now... Continue

Floitin’ with Fascism

Posted on November 20, 2022
Floitin' with Fascism

I know it sounds like the title of a 1940’s one-reel 3-Stooges movie, but America’s flirtation with Fascism ain’t no slapstick... Continue

Reciprocity: Giving back to the Sonoma Developmental Center 

Posted on November 18, 2022
Reciprocity: Giving back to the Sonoma Developmental Center 

By Tracy Salcedo — We want so much from this land. We want it to host a thousand homes, or half that many, or  something between.... Continue

Feeling like home at Hanna Center

Posted on November 18, 2022
Feeling like home at Hanna Center

Since June of 2022, the nonprofit furniture bank Make It Home has donated and installed 35 residence-rooms on the Hanna Center campus. “The... Continue

Local representatives deliver State of The Valley update

Posted on November 14, 2022
Local representatives deliver State of The Valley update

In partnership with the Sonoma Valley Chamber of Commerce, SonomaTV broadcasts this year’s State of the Valley with guests... Continue

A big year for paving in the First District

Posted on November 14, 2022
A big year for paving in the First District

In my ten years as First District Supervisor I have never, until this year, received so much positive feedback and appreciation from... Continue

County enjoying surplus now, but budget diet starts next year

Posted on November 10, 2022
County enjoying surplus now, but budget diet starts next year

Despite a budget surplus this fiscal year of $1.6 million, Sonoma County’s General Fund is looking at deficit of $13 million... Continue

Like Paris, this Cirque is always in style

Posted on November 9, 2022
Like Paris, this Cirque is always in style

By Jonah Raskin — Michel Michels, the creator, producer, and ringmaster at Cirque de Bohème – now in its umpteenth season... Continue


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