Tyler Silvy, sonoma news

Tyler Silvy

sonoma news

Fort Collins, CO, United States

Contact Tyler

Discover and connect with journalists and influencers around the world, save time on email research, monitor the news, and more.

Start free trial

  • sonoma news
  • Petaluma Argus
  • GreeleyTribune
  • Summit Daily News
  • military.com
  • Task & Purpose
  • Post Independent

Recent articles by Tyler:

Sonoma County Alliance president to resign amid backlash over race, protest message

The decision follows a whirlwind 24 hours during which the county’s dominant business coalition posted the letter to its website, removed it and then posted an apology amid a backdrop of angry calls and threats of canceled memberships. → Read More

Sonoma, Lake counties get first red flag warning of the season

The warning covers areas above 1,000 feet in Sonoma, Lake, Napa and Marin counties. → Read More

Sonoma County drops requirement for COVID-19 tracking app

The app for workers faced stiff opposition in the private sector, where employers said it raised privacy issues and was not suited to the wide range of work and employee oversight. → Read More

Fifth Sonoma County resident dies from coronavirus

County Supervisor Shirlee Zane said the person died at a skilled nursing center. It came same day the county reported highest daily total of new virus infections, 32. → Read More

Jump in Sonoma County coronavirus cases unlikely to alter reopening plans, officials say

Sonoma County’s new daily cases hit a high mark Saturday, but the hospitalization rate, health care capacity and other metrics are still in the county’s favor. → Read More

Sonoma County supervisors revisit guidelines for wineries in tourist hotspots amid pandemic

As coronavirus-related restrictions ease, the county is set to revisit again the the types of events wineries are allowed to hold, balancing the concerns of a powerful driver of the region’s economy and those of rural residents. → Read More

Sonoma County seeks state approval to reopen restaurants, breweries, tasting rooms for outdoor use

Sonoma County is one of more than 50 counties that appear to meet the new thresholds that allow local governments to speed reopening of their economies. → Read More

Sonoma County seeks state approval to reopen restaurants, breweries, tasting rooms for outdoor use

Sonoma County is one of more than 50 counties that appear to meet the new thresholds that allow local governments to speed reopening of their economies. → Read More

California Gov. Newsom expected to ease reopening rules for certain counties

Gov. Newsom is expected, as early as today, to clear the way for a quicker reopening of more business sectors, including area restaurants for in-person dining, in Sonoma County and other areas that don’t yet meet the state’s current stiff standards. → Read More

Sonoma County wine tasting rooms seek path to reopen after coronavirus shutdown

The coronavirus shuttered wine tasting rooms across the county for the first time since Prohibition, so wineries are creating new initiatives to drive sales while lobbying for the chance to reopen. → Read More

Index-Tribune parent company secures $3.4 million federal coronavirus aid loan

Index-Tribune and parent company are grappling with unprecedented losses of advertising and event revenue. → Read More

Two free coronavirus testing sites set to open in Santa Rosa, Petaluma on Tuesday

The local sites, at Santa Rosa High School and the Petaluma campus of Santa Rosa Junior College, are available to all Sonoma County residents, but an appointment is required. → Read More

Sonoma County marks 3rd coronavirus death as new testing sites set to open

Two coronavirus testing sites open to all residents, regardless of age, status or symptoms will open Tuesday in Sonoma County, helping push the county closer to its goal to conduct 800 daily tests. → Read More

Sonoma Media Investments secures $3.4 million federal coronavirus aid loan

Sonoma Media Investments has received a $3.4 million federal loan that will avert layoffs at the North Bay media company as it grapples with unprecedented losses of advertising and event revenue arising from the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Sonoma County’s drive-thru testing boosts virus tracking effort, with more planned in coming weeks

Negotiations are underway to open another drive through testing center to help boost daily testing capacity to 800. → Read More

Sonoma County to begin tracking race, ethnicity data in coronavirus cases

The data will help the county determine whether the disease is taking a disproportionate toll on minorities. → Read More

Soldiers ready Sonoma State University as care site for coronavirus surge

SSU is one of the first in the California State University system to be designated as a surge site for coronavirus patients. That transformation began Tuesday. → Read More

Petaluma couple turns front yard into Easter display

Jean and Rod Howery have decorated the front yard of their Petaluma home with an Easter-themed display. → Read More

Testing shows limited community spread of coronavirus in Sonoma County

Most cases are the result of people coming into contact with known confirmed cases, a positive sign the county’s public health officer says. → Read More

Sonoma County reaches 120 cases of coronavirus as swab shortage hinders testing

Sonoma County’s public health officer said the county has had to get creative to procure swabs for coronavirus testing, asking STD clinics for chlamydia swabs. → Read More