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Past articles by Lorna:

Sonoma Valley High grad joins Adams Chiropractic

Martin Hodgson, ‘08, returns to Sonoma to set up practice → Read More

Sonoma’s Wells Fargo branch shuts its doors

Wells Fargo Bank is reducing the number of branches it keeps open in Sonoma County in the face of challenges of keeping its customers and employees safe, according to a corporate spokeperson for the bank. → Read More

Locals launch Sonoma Republic clothing line

Young Sonoma entrepreneurs Deanna Gilstrap and Oscar Perez last week launched a new online clothing boutique, called Sonoma Republic LLC. → Read More

Lorna Sheridan: Education Roundup, June 25

Free movies, CPR classes and lots of graduation news this week in the Roundup. → Read More

Pulitzer-winner to talk immigrant status at La Luz

Win a Pulitzer. Make a movie. Found a nonprofit. You’re still not welcome here. Jose Antonio Vargas will address immigrant issues for a Sonoma Valley audience on Friday, May 3. → Read More

Strictly Business: Sonoma Valley business news, April 26

Morton’s: The cafe at Morton’s Warm Springs recreational resort will reopen for the summer on Saturday, May 4. The café serves seasonal, organic food and coffee poolside Fridays through Sundays in June, July and August, and Saturdays and Sundays only in May and September. 1651 Warm Springs Road in Glen Ellen. mortonswarmsprings.com Surplus sale: The next Surplus Sale at the Sonoma Developmental… → Read More

You’ll jump for joy when you see which eyesore is set for the wrecking ball!

A long-blighted building at 18625 Highway 12 is scheduled to be razed on Thursday, March 14. → Read More

No tenant yet for Victory Station

The 250,000 square foot ‘Victory Station’ light industrial building on Highway 121 at 22810 Eighth St. E. looms large but is sitting empty. → Read More

Sonoma elementary school maker lab gets national attention

Altimira principal Andrew Ryan starting thinking about how great it would be for his elementary school students to have some background in maker skills when they arrive to middle school. → Read More

New events in store for Sonoma’s Trashion Fashion event

A newly revamped Trashion Fashion Week will be unveiled at the Sonoma Community Center April 4-12. → Read More

Renea Magnani honored by the City of Sonoma

‘You are known to be dogged, local, honest, genuinely kind and straight shooter,’ said Councilmember Rachel Hundley. → Read More

Free soccer camp for Sonoma Valley kids

Sonoma Valley High student to share her love of soccer in senior project. → Read More

Sonoma Brands renames Zupa Noma

Soup line expanded; now known as Medlie. → Read More

Sonoma City Councilmember David Cook to run for Board of Supervisors

If he is to claim the county government seat, David Cook will need to unseat incumbent First District Supervisor Susan Gorin. → Read More

Strictly Business: Business news from in and around Sonoma Valley, March 8

Mint & Liberty and Umbria sale prices, Springs market closes and more → Read More

Sonoma Jack in the Box site for sale

The building at 601 West Napa Street that is for sale for $2.409,811. → Read More

Sonoma Valley school district to implement $15 minimum wage

The district first in county to increase its minimum wage to $15 → Read More

Sonoma Plein Air seeks Valley of Talent entries

Artists from Sonoma up through the Oakmont area are eligible to apply. → Read More

Lorna Sheridan: Education Roundup, March 6

Getting a summer job, free flights, college acceptances and more → Read More

Sonoma’s Prestwood Elementary announces its Students of the Year

Fifth graders Tilly Francis and Kate Sutter named for 2018-2019. → Read More