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Local News For Sonoma, California

Wednesday, September 2, 2015


Sonoma Index-Tribune

Poster child for the future
Sonoma Index-Tribune
Campos was quite a presence this summer on the east side of Highway 12. Maribel, front and center, can't believe all the fuss. BY LORNA SHERIDAN. INDEX-TRIBUNE EDUCATION EDITOR. September 1, 2015, 5:04PM. 09/01/2015. Share0. Order Article ...


Santa Rosa Press Democrat

Sonoma Valley residents offered free recycled water for irrigation use
Santa Rosa Press Democrat
John Petroni of Sonoma fills up two large barrels with treated wastewater from the Sonoma Valley Water Treatment plant to irrigate the redwood trees on his property. (JOHN BURGESS / The Press Democrat) ...


SFGate

Transbay Authority calls off land auction — investors spooked
SFGate
The Transbay Joint Powers Authority has called off a much-anticipated live auction of a key piece of land after several of the developers, spooked in part by the meltdown of international stock markets, informed the agency they wouldn't be submitting bids.

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SFGate

Parents of women killed on San Francisco pier file claims
SFGate
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The parents of a San Francisco woman who was fatally shot by a man in the country illegally may have difficulty with their attempts to hold the city legally liable for their daughter's death, legal experts say. The parents of ...
Kathryn Steinle's Parents Say Bureaucratic Bungling Contributed To Her DeathCBS Local
Kate Steinle killing: Parents file claim against San Francisco sheriff, fedsDaily Democrat
Kate Steinle killing: Parents file claim against San Francisco sheriff, feds ...Marin Independent Journal

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Napa Valley Register

Luros, Sedgley to seek new terms on council
Napa Valley Register
Two of the three Napa City Council members up for election next year have confirmed they will seek another four-year term. Less than a year after joining the Napa City Council, Mary Luros announced Monday night she will pursue her first full four-year ...


SFGate

Wife of San Quentin inmate worries of Legionnaires' outbreak
SFGate
For nearly a week, Kathleen Reese-Brooks has been anxiously waiting to hear from her husband who is doing time at San Quentin State Prison where an outbreak of Legionnaires' disease has occurred. Prison officials said there were six confirmed cases of ...
73 San Quentin inmates with Legionnaires' disease symptomsKRON4.com
Number of California inmates observed for Legionnaires' disease jumpsChannel News Asia

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Vallejo's annual Greek festival set for next weekend
Vallejo Times Herald
Vikki Warfield carries a tray of Kourabiedes, a Greek walnut sugar cookie, as Finikia cookies sit on the cooling rack in the St. Constantine & Helen Greek Orthodox Church in Vallejo. Chris Riley — vallejo Times-Herald. By Rachel Raskin-Zrihen, Vallejo ...


Regional, national champions in Louie Vermeil Classic this weekend
Napa Valley Register
Former Northern California racer Robert Ballou, foreground, and current USAC National Sprint Car championship points leader Brady Bacon, the current USAC national champion, are entered in this weekend's Louie Vermeil Classic at Calistoga Speedway.


Napa Valley Register

Napa on Ice moving to Expo for the holidays
Napa Valley Register
Myla Bullock, 10, left, and her brother, John Bullock, 10, skate on Napa On Ice's seasonal skating rink in downtown Napa in 2014. 2015-09-01T14:00:00Z 2015-09-01T21:05:29Z Napa on Ice moving to Expo for the holidaysKEVIN COURTNEY ...


In Your Town for Sept. 2, 2015
Marin Independent Journal
Trout Unlimited's North Bay Chapter is offering a free fly fishing clinic to boys and girls ages 8 to 18 from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Sept. 20 at the Marin Civic Center Lagoon. After rotating through six stations and learning the basics of fly fishing ...

 




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