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Past articles by Jason:

Sonoma International Film Festival postponed

Valley’s biggest event bows out amid coronavirus fears - and the other events canceled as of press time. → Read More

Glass Full/Glass Empty

Angels and demons in Sonoma. → Read More

Glass Full/Glass Empty

GLASS FULLFour Sonoma Valley firefighters were recognized for their life-saving efforts at the Sonoma County Paramedics Association’s annual Survivor’s Reunion, which took place last month at Benziger Winery.L → Read More

Glass Full/Glass Empty

Our weekly peak at the two sides of Sonoma Valley. → Read More

Glass Full/Glass Empty

GLASS FULLNine-year-old Zach Johnston loves to walk and ride his bike around town with his intrepid dad Bill – but on a recent outing the two lads-about-town crossed paths with some graffiti that would’ve made even Banksy cringe: the f-word and the c-word carved into the sidewalk. → Read More

Editorial: Sonoma High’s ‘Mr. Dragon’ feels the heat

Sonoma High students grapple over whether ‘Mr.’ contest is exclusionary. → Read More

Sonoma City Council OK with 2 dispensaries

Three-member majority leans toward 1 walk-in, 1 delivery-only → Read More

Editorial: Sonoma Valley Hospital forges ahead

Diagnostics center, UCSF affiliation show signs of life for hospital. → Read More

UPDATED: Sonoma student arrested for gun threat to high school

Police chief wants to send message that even hoaxes will be taken seriously. → Read More

Reader poll: Fair minimum wage for Sonoma?

Readers weigh in on a fair minimum wage. → Read More

Editorial: Is a pot dispensary inevitable?

Majorities in community and on council are on a roll toward commercial cannabis. → Read More

Sonoma City Council moves on pot dispensaries

Allocates funds to hire cannabis consultants in first steps toward commercial sales. → Read More

Editorial: Highway 37 plan shows road to recovery

Transportation fixes aren’t in years, they’re in decades, says Gorin → Read More

Editorial: Clydesdale farm – will Sonoma pony up?

Bell is tolling on Mission Bell Farms as funding deadline nears. → Read More

Editorial: Diversity a zero-sum game in Sonoma

Latest demographic numbers show city headed in wrong direction. → Read More

City eyes $15 minimum wage

Council subcommittee to study low-earner wage hike by 2020. → Read More

The Sonoma List: 5 historic visitors to Sonoma

When world-renowned actors, athletes and inventors made a pit stop in the Valley. → Read More

Editorial: When it comes to nonprofits, Americans are out of our overheads

Nonprofit sector still suffers from Old World mentality about profits → Read More

Editorial: When ‘love’ came to town

Giant letter sculpture never quite won the heart of Sonoma. → Read More

Editorial: Ground shifts on Planning Commission

A look at the latest changes to influential land-use board → Read More