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Past articles by Kate:

Sonoma school district announces new hires

Dawn Mawhinney, Maureen Vanderpool to direct education services and special education respectively. → Read More

Go.Do.Now. in Sonoma

Sun Salutation If the old bones are creaking and you wish that they weren’t, try yoga. If you’re soul-weary and stiff, try yoga outdoors. The verdant sprawl of B.R. Cohn Winery is the ideal place to namaste-away those unfortunate grunting sounds you’ve been making when you get out of a chair, replacing them with the balletic grace and untroubled osteology of an ingenue. It’s the perfect… → Read More

Close encounters of the Sonoma kind

Despite the U.S. government’s equivocations, UFO Jim is sure there’s something ‘out there.’ → Read More

Caltrans to repave section of Highway 37

The 1.7-mile stretch of roadway is under construction this month. → Read More

Caltrans to repave section of Highway 37

1.7-mile stretch of roadway under construction this month → Read More

The league of extra-oenophile gentlemen

The Dumb Asscots put the dunce caps, pillow fights back into wine clubs. → Read More

City website promotes recycling

Sort it Sonoma! breaks down what goes in the bin. → Read More

Portrait of an artist: Peter Hassen

Steel spheres part of SVMA’s outdoor public art. → Read More

Transitional shelter proposed by Homeless Action Sonoma

Plans for $6 million facility gaining ground. → Read More

‘College Opportunities Summit’ presented by 10,000 Degrees

Free program available online for the class of 2022. → Read More

Sonoma trustees approve 2021-22 school budget

Teachers union lobbied for 7 percent raise, settled for 5.5 percent → Read More

Sonomans cautiously remove their masks

Many downtown shoppers still donning face coverings as June 15 reopening date passes. → Read More

Homeless veteran finds shelter at SAHA

Bob Krah goes home after 20 years on the streets. → Read More

Sonoma school board vows inquiry into opaque 2020 PLA meeting

In the spotlight is Nov. 17 meeting that led to Shiels’ dismissal, controversial labor agreement approval. → Read More

School district drops Teen Parent Program

Declining enrollment of high school moms and their babies brings end to campus infant childcare program. → Read More

‘Newt Brigade’ shuttles salamanders to safety

A Glen Ellen volunteer dedicates his time to saving “soulful” amphibians from senseless carnage. → Read More

Sonoma Valley High grad is the chalk artist for menu boards all over town

Sonoma Valley High grad is the chalk artist for menu boards all over town. → Read More

PG&E expands resources for fire season

With nearly all of California now in some state of drought, residents are bracing for a hot and dry summer. The Pacific Gas and Electric Company is preparing for fire season by adding resources to support customers during potential public safety power shutoffs (PSPS). Shutting off power during extreme weather events has been a standard practice of PG&E’s for the past two years. During severe… → Read More

County issues evacuation zone maps

As wildfire season approaches, officials urge residents to prepare → Read More

New hires to helm Sonoma public schools

SVHS and Flowery welcome three newcomers. → Read More