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I understand why people invented god. Life is full of surprises, many of them terrible.  Searching for answers about why we suffer... Continue

The most prominent feature of this unsettling interregnum following the election is the lack of closure. We did not get the release... Continue

This preliminary election report is being assembled late on November 3 before all final results are in, but by the time you are reading... Continue

What a year this has been. First Covid, then the Walbridge and Meyers Fires, and now the Glass Fire have tested our community again... Continue

There has never been a better time than during this COVID-19 crisis to build meaningful relationships with your donors. But that doesn’t... Continue

The year that lasted forever is finally coming to an end. We hope for better days soon. Election jitters, along with pandemic pandemonium,... Continue

Our economy is contingent on continuous growth, consumerism, and monetary policy that facilitates such growth. Growth is a highly-loaded... Continue

  By Jeremy Castillo —  As a person of color and being trans, I have felt the lack of acceptance from the white community.... Continue

Chapter 8: Backstory, my maternal grandparents — Dec 26, 1894 • Fruita, Colorado ~ In a ceremony in her parents’ home,... Continue

The President on August 8 signed four executive actions providing additional COVID-19 relief. According to Spidell Publishing, an educational... Continue

What’s fresh, and a delicious recipe for sauteed escarole Winter, if we can call it that in the amazing Sonoma Valley, does slow... Continue

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The Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office has been sued (again) for police brutality but demands the case be thrown out because the victim... Continue

I like to sit on my porch, on these beautiful fall days, and watch the ravens cavort in the crepe myrtle trees. People walk by, kids... Continue

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