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Anne Ward Ernst

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Philadelphia, PA, United States

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Past articles by Anne:

Broadway Quilts to close up shop

Popular longtime store makes plans to close up shop. → Read More

Wanted: Medical professionals in Sonoma Valley

Pandemic fatigue, cost of living leads to lower number of health-care workers locally. → Read More

Boys & Girls Club develops mental health services

New partnership with Petaluma People Services Center will include group, individual and family therapy → Read More

Planning for an unsheltered winter in Sonoma Valley

There is no one way to characterize “someone who is unhoused.” → Read More

The many careers of Taylor Serres

Blueberries, wine grapes, wine and now cryotherapy keep this fifth-generation Sonoman plenty busy. → Read More

Sonoma Valley’s wine grape harvest looks light in drought

‘Farming is not for the faint of heart. It’s in our blood,’ said Taylor Serres, of Serres Ranch. → Read More

Eucalyptus groves to be culled on 8th Street East

Removing the trees will make area safer, allow for multi-use trail → Read More

Two Boys & Girls Club members test positive for COVID

Students had no symptoms, but camp activities were disrupted for some until testing cleared all youth and staff. → Read More

Quarryhill becomes Sonoma Botanical Gardens

North Bay’s only botanical garden gets a new name and plans for growth. → Read More

Grad requirements need change, school district officials say

Some teachers cry foul over proposal to curb geography and living skills classes. → Read More

School board may adjust graduation requirements

Trustees also eye reorganization of district office, elimination of school resource officer. → Read More

Most ag workers are vaccinated

Coordinated program helped more than 95 percent of farm, wine industry workers get jabs. → Read More

Wildflowers are nature’s signal of spring

Sonoma Valley’s parks are superb places for wildflower appreciation. → Read More

The Spill: 3 reasons to visit Sonoma Valley wineries

Wine pairings, library wines and new releases spell spring in Sonoma. → Read More

Sonoma schools prepare for return to campus

Sonoma Valley schools reopen hybrid instruction for all by April 6. → Read More

Bottle and can recycling coming back to Sonoma

Sonoma received a grant to place 10 recycle kiosks in the county. → Read More

Art competition submissions due April 19

Sonoma students are invited to enter Congressional Art Competition. → Read More

Sonoma on the cusp of ‘red tier’

State’s new metrics could allow for easing restrictions as early as Sunday → Read More

Clean power customers may qualify for $1k toward purchase of eBike

Bike Electric program also provides free helmets and training. → Read More

County health officials see Red Tier on horizon

Flattened vaccine supply slows roll out of inoculations, but cases continue to drop. → Read More