Kaylee Tornay, Petaluma Argus

Kaylee Tornay

Petaluma Argus

Santa Rosa, CA, United States

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Past articles by Kaylee:

Petaluma Junior High School students, staff evacuated after anonymous bomb threat

The threat prompted the evacuation of the school Friday morning. → Read More

US, California teacher union officials visit Petaluma schools, talk success and shortfalls of the new school year

Randi Weingarten, president of the American Federation of Teachers, visited two Petaluma schools Tuesday, as part of her nationwide “Back to School for All” tour. → Read More

At least one injured in multi-vehicle crash on southbound Highway 101

The CHP reported five vehicles were involved in the crash, according to Redcom. → Read More

Man in critical condition after crash ends Petaluma police pursuit

The Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office and California Highway Patrol are investigating the crash. → Read More

COVID-19 vaccination appointments scarce as California expands eligibility to people 50 and older

The expansion Thursday made about 60,000 Sonoma County residents eligible to receive a shot. → Read More

Petaluma police ask for help to ID trailer theft suspect

Surveillance cameras show the suspect leaving the area n a dark Chevy truck. → Read More

SRJC to remain in remote mode for summer session

Decision will give students, faculty certainty for summer session. → Read More

Below-freezing temperatures hit Sonoma County ahead of storm

Temperatures dipped into the 20s early Tuesday morning, ahead of a storm expected to bring strong winds and significant rain to the North Bay. → Read More

Regional parks popularity grows in midst of pandemic

Sonoma County Regional Parks saw a record rise in day use and parks membership as residents sought places to exercise and socialize safely. → Read More

Storm could bring more than an inch of rain to Sonoma County

A storm system blowing into the North Bay this weekend brings the chance of the most measurable rain in weeks. → Read More

Gusts up to 40 mph prompt wind advisory for Sonoma Coast; weekend rain expected

A wind advisory was issued Wednesday night. A weekend storm system could bring more rain than we’ve seen all winter, according to the National Weather Service. → Read More

Sneaker wave warning issued for Sonoma Coast days after girl, 4, drowns at Point Reyes

The National Weather Service warned visitors of dangerous sneaker waves and powerful rip currents. → Read More

Sonoma County private schools look for opportunities to bring students back to campus

Summerfield Waldorf School and Farm is one of the first schools in Sonoma County to move toward reopening its grounds to some of its students. → Read More

Sonoma State University will remove 50-year-old eucalyptus trees

Cutting down 205 trees on the borders of SSU is designed to reduce risk of fires, but it has sparked pushback on campus from people who say it is an ineffective overreach. → Read More

Bright futures cut short by wrong-way driver

Late Monday morning, Cynda Rickert, Eagle Point School District superintendent, sat alone at a table in the offices of School District 9, facing the cameras aimed her way.“I’ve been in this situation too many times,” she said.The white of her blazer matche → Read More

SOU determined to keep DACA students

The fate of college students still under DACA protection is not yet clear, but SOU President Linda Schott's stance on their place at school is firm.Schott → Read More

Helpful to healthful

On most Mondays, Stephanie Labrash might be found writing music or spending time with her father. But at noon on one or two Mondays a month, she visits → Read More

SOU names new vice president of finance

Southern Oregon University Tuesday has named Greg Perkinson, a longtime manager with Boeing, as its new vice president of finance and administration. → Read More

Commissioners decline to act on Dead Indian Memorial Road

The Jackson County Board of Commissioners decided Thursday morning to postpone further action on the potential renaming of Dead Indian Memorial Road.The → Read More