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Christian Kallen

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  • sonoma news
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  • Petaluma Argus

Recent articles by Christian:

Raceway not silent in pandemic

Though most major events have been canceled, some others will continue - without any spectators. → Read More

Fogg retires, Cornwall steps up to county Planning Commission

Dick Fogg leaves county roles after 18 years on influential review boards → Read More

Crowded houses: Impact of coronavirus on a Latino family

“It seems like they don’t believe it until it happens to them,” said La Luz’s Patricia Galindo. → Read More

SVCAC backs closure of Siesta Way trailer park

Oak Park Trailer Court residents would be relocated to make way for 92-unit affordable housing complex → Read More

’Conversation on Racism’ on Springs MAC agenda

New chair Maite Iturri hopes to give community council chance to articulate values, goals → Read More

Noose found at Sonoma Raceway

In the wake of Black NASCAR driver’s Bubba Wallace’s push for a ban on the Confederate flag at race events, potent symbol now found at two speedways. → Read More

Adrian Albert, 35, killed by hit-and-run driver

A young tech entrepreneur killed by a hit-and-run driver was from Romania, but his work focused on finding solutions to global warming. → Read More

Sonoma County parks now open for small-group outings

Sugarloaf Ridge State Park has begun listing group hikes for health as summer approaches. → Read More

Adrian Albert, 35, killed by hit-and-run driver

A young tech entrepreneur killed by a hit-and-run driver was from Romania, but his work focused on finding solutions to global warming. → Read More

92-unit affordable senior apartments proposed for Boyes Springs

Proposed 3-story apartment complex to provide affordable rentals for seniors comes before SVCAC on June 17. → Read More

Sonoma’s city council picks two to present dispensary plans in August

Two companies with strong Sonoma County ties, Justice Grown and SPARC, were selected to finalize their proposal for a cannabis dispensary in the city. → Read More

Sonoma Valley hikers need helicopter rescue for trail injuries

Twice in the last week hikers eager to return to the trails needed helicopter rescue when their enthusiasm exceeded their judgement. → Read More

Sonoma County’s new app checks for symptoms, exposure to coronavirus for employees

Sonoma County’s ‘SoCoCOVID-19 Check’ app designed to make it easier for county to return to work. → Read More

Vintage Festival cancels September events

Annual salute to harvest can’t happen with social-distancing still in effect, say officials. → Read More

Sonoma Valley’s hiking duo Bill & Dave still waiting for county approval

Bill & Dave still hiking solo, as county won’t allow ‘group outings’ during slow recovery period. → Read More

City of Sonoma will have 4% cannabis tax on November ballot

The city council unanimously approved a ballot measure setting a 4% maximum tax on cannabis business, to face November vote. → Read More

Sonoma Valley’s bear population on the move

At least one juvenile bear looking for a lair of its own has crossed Sonoma Valley from the Mayacamas to Sonoma Mountain. → Read More

Cannabis applicants pitch city council

Councilmembers ask about amending ordinance to allow two storefront dispensaries. → Read More

Sonoma Valley possible location of new workplace outbreaks

Supervisor Gorin predicts that the reported numbers of coronavirus cases in Sonoma Valley will increase from winery, elder care cases. → Read More

Council to review 5 dispensary ‘finalists’

Five hopefuls will present their best case to the City Council on Wedneday, hoping to advance to the next phase of ‘Survivor Island: Sonoma Dispensary.’ → Read More