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The way TV commercials tell it, being chronically ill is nothin’ but fun! Diabetes, COPD, Heart Failure, Atrial Fib, Plaque... Continue

The ongoing national protests against police violence have entered a stage similar to the Occupy Movement in 2011. As a labor-based... Continue

This Plague thing has clearly upended everything anyone thought about anything, and the world is awash in punditry. With spelling... Continue

Usually, I write about the county budget in May, but like so many other things that have been turned upside down with this pandemic,... 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

Even in Sonoma, it’s a stretch getting through this worldwide pandemic. Death by Covid stares us in the face everywhere – at the... Continue

The community group Los Cien held a virtual forum on July 30 focusing on whether the County’s Independent Office of Law Enforcement... Continue

Guy Jarreau, a Napa Community College student, was shot and killed by a Vallejo police officer in 2010. By Loretta Carr The distress... Continue

Mid 1940s • 104 Green Street  — Chapter Three. My father first took a job managing the Sprouse-Reitz on Washington Street... Continue

The tax deadline of July 15, 2020 for filing and paying for 2019 income taxes, and paying the first two vouchers of 2020 estimated... 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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Supervisor Susan Gorin has announced the appointees for the North Valley Municipal Advisory Council, an official body that will hold... Continue

This week commemorates the 75th anniversary of an event that shook the world and changed the course of history: the use of the atomic... Continue

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