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May 15, 2024

Have SF water policies led to salmon collapse?

As California’s native Chinook salmon populations dwindle, prompting a shutdown of the fishing industry, environmentalists are pleading with water supply managers for a change of course that they say could save the keystone fish. On Earth Day, several dozen people gathered on the sidewalk outside San Francisco City Hall to...
Apr 10, 2024

Rohnert Park transitions 75% of encampment residents to interim or permanent housing

The city of Rohnert Park is celebrating the successful transition of nearly three-quarters of the population of a homeless...
Mar 19, 2024

SoCo Supes: Racism is a Public Health Crisis

Racism is a public health crisis. That was the resolution passed last Tuesday by the Sonoma County Board of...
Mar 6, 2024

Back to the news: Johnny Colla on recording “We Are the World”

Almost 40 years ago, dozens of ’80s icons gathered overnight in a Los Angeles studio to record “We Are...
Mar 6, 2024

Learn & Earn: SRJC Pays Students

Leah Richardson is juggling community college and work, but her job doesn’t pay enough to cover the cost of...
Feb 20, 2024

North Bay nonprofit removes deadly ghost nets from Great Pacific Garbage Patch

Mary Crowley prefers not to use the term “garbage patch” when referring to the tons of plastic littering the...
Feb 13, 2024

Healdsburg’s Mike McGuire Now State Senate Leader

From the outside, Mike McGuire seems like exactly the type of person who would rise to the top of...
Jan 9, 2024

Petaluma Activists Fear Silence More Than Hate

On Monday night, a coalition of concerned citizens presented a draft resolution to the Petaluma City Council calling for...
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