October 19, 2018

Frightful, fun, free Halloween activities

  • Darling Farms, Penngrove, CA

Our local cities are getting into the Halloween spirit by offering various activities for families.

 

Public invited to give input on Downtown RP Site

The Commission is slated to discuss the downtown project at its Oct. 25 meeting.

Scrappers Steal Win

The Scrappers certainly lived up to their name.

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>> Rancho Cotate Band fundraiser BBQ >> New interim superintendent >> Cotati Chamber of Commerce Oktoberfest >> Big changes to big project in Rohnert Park >> Cotati approves tree lighting >> Students at University Elementary discussing the labyrinth >> R P Foundation gives grants to NOAH and Petaluma Bounty >> The Cougars defeat the Jaguars at homecoming >> RP local, Petri Alva, 14, a nationally recognized athlete >> Seawolves serve up a victory >> 3.0 quake shakes Rohnert Park >> Cardinals rout Cougars >> Fire storm anniversary >> Arrests and charges target Apple stores >> It wasn’t an easy fight but Rancho wins again >> Annie Rasmussen Celebration of Life >> Sidewalk repair gets big break from City of RP >> Lowerys help with campaign >> Cotati residents decry lack of enforcement >> Spreckels and Alchemia connects community >> RP Safety Dept. climbs in remembrance of 9/11/18 >> Another tough break for roller derby >> RP fireworks to be added to agenda >> Busy night for RP City Council >> Cougar to Bear — Simmons’ new pelt SRJC picks up local quarterback >> Third pedestrian struck by SMART train >> Little ones with big Polynesian dancing spirit >> Rohnert Park waiting for approval for canine program >> The biggest little parade in the U.S.A. celebrates the 4th >> It’s not quite tennis, nor is it pickle ball, but rather something in between. >> SweetPea celebrates 31 years >> Football in full swing, 3rd win >> Cotati votes opposition to oil leases >> 3.0 quake shakes RP >> Polynesia celebrated at annual Pacific Islander Festival >> SC neighborhood sues illegal pot grower >> Yes on Measure W will keep fire stations open >> 98 cited in traffic enforcement program >> RP Public Safety report card >> Emergency Alert System Test Sept. 10 & 12 >> Enjoying ribs >> A seed of thought grows into a peace garden: Burton garden completed >> RP residents provide input in police chief search >> Imitating major leaguers >> A taste of nostalgia – Penngrove’s Power Up! Event >> RP’s new interim police chief >> Forum hosted by WLV for RP City Council candidates >> Penngrove Community Church celebrates 120 years >> Police officers inspect inside of car >> Cotati Accordion Festival still a hit after 28 years >> Kid’s Day Parade celebrates our hometown heroes >> March for the blind highlights need for more accessible sidewalks >> Kids and firefighters compete in RP >> Cougars slay Dragons >> Rohnert Park Bike & Pedestrian Committee adds new member >> How to help victims of wildfires >> Plan approved for Station Ave. park >> Revisiting those who lost it all: October wildfire victims still on the road to recovery >> New principals 2018-2019 >> SMART celebrates a year of service >> Penngrove native set for amazing voyage >> Back to school for Rohnert Park and Cotati >> Office of Civil Rights agreement closes investigation of special ed complaint >> Penngrove grassfire destroys buildings >> Supply giveaways lend a hand to families >> RP to host community forum for public safety director search >> Search still on for A&L Market robbery suspect >> A unique university for dogs: Bergin University makes Hatchery and Green Mill buildings its new home >> RP waits to make update to emergency alert system >> SSU names new police chief >> International students continue to flock to SSU’s Language Institute >> RP Health Center celebrates anniversary

Sports

Cougars overcome Pumas

Rancho Cotate is up next against Analy in Sebastopol on Friday, Oct. 19th.

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