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Christi Warren

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Petaluma, CA, United States

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Past articles by Christi:

Rebuilding Sonoma County: Wedding industry sees drop in business after 2017 fires

Annual wedding-related sales in 2016 and 2017 in Sonoma County hovered around $115 million. In 2018, that number dropped to $110 million, with a similar return expected in 2019. → Read More

Glen Ellen’s historic Olea Hotel reopens after wildfires

Flames crept to within feet of Glen Ellen’s Olea Hotel and burn marks still scar its hillside, but after nearly a year of planning and renovating, it has finally reopened to the public. → Read More

Sheriff’s Office describes ‘sophisticated’ cockfighting arena where man was shot southeast of Petaluma

While investigating a fatal shooting at a ranch southeast of Petaluma, detectives discovered an arena with 15 live roosters and 10 dead ones. Many had spurs attached to their legs. → Read More

Get ready: Local temperatures could hit 105 this weekend

Today's first day of summer marks the start of a heat wave that will linger through Sunday across the North Bay, bringing triple-digit temperatures to the area for the first time since September. → Read More

Historic North Coast ranch the size of San Francisco hits the market for $31 million

The 27,000-acre property straddles the Mendocino and Trinity county lines, and was formed in 1942 by stock market titan Dean Witter. → Read More

Bruno Mars, Halsey send BottleRock fans home happy

An estimated 120,000 people attended the sixth annual three-day festival. → Read More

From silk mill to Petaluma’s newest hotel: Take a look at the transformation

After three long years of planning and construction, the Hampton Inn is finally set to open in Petaluma’s historic brick silk mill. → Read More

On the Petaluma River, advocacy work grows

A boat tour timed to Mother’s Day highlights the growing awareness of the Petaluma River. → Read More

Santa Rosa to Denver? There could be a nonstop this year

The new route would be operated by United, and could happen as soon as this year, a spokesman said. → Read More

What’s going into the old Petaluma Seed Bank building?

What’s moving in when the Petaluma Seed Bank moves out of its → Read More

Authorities warn Sonoma County homeowners of possible scam by debris removal company

Authorities say the company may be seeking additional business as the private cleanup deadline approaches. → Read More

Valentine's Day flowers reflect a trend toward the ‘untamed’ in Sonoma County

Things are shifting in Sonoma County’s flower business this Valentine's Day. Increasingly, customers want flower arrangements that are in season and local. → Read More

Whale-watching season begins along Sonoma Coast

January marked the start of the Pacific gray whales’ annual migration from Arctic waters to Baja California. → Read More

Sonoma Ecology Center map aims to collect photos taken during fires

The crowd-sourced project of the Sonoma Ecology Center will look at how the fires burned across the North Coast. → Read More

13 unlicensed contractors accused of targeting local fire victims

The unlicensed contractors attempted to bid on rebuilding jobs in the burn zone, investigators say. → Read More

Santa Rosa sting netted 13 workers accused of seeking to defraud fire victims

The unlicensed contractors attempted to bid on rebuilding jobs in the burn zone, investigators say. → Read More

Is it time to worry about another drought in California?

January’s rainfall was average for the North Bay, but a dry December has forecasters worried. → Read More

Fire damages three commercial buildings, five mobile homes in Sonoma

Fire engulfed three abandoned commercial buildings before spreading to Lazzarotto Mobile Home Park early Wednesday. → Read More

Women’s March anniversary events planned in Sonoma County

Events are planned in Sonoma, Sebastopol and Santa Rosa to mark the one-year anniversary of the historic Women’s March series that followed President Trump’s inauguration in 2017. → Read More

SMART expands capacity on 3 popular routes

SMART commuters had a little bit more elbow room Monday, as an extra rail car was added to three popular morning and early afternoon round-trip rides following an outpouring of interest from the community. → Read More