September 20, 2018

It wasn’t an easy fight but Rancho wins again

  • Conner Barbato, Eric Hupp and other members of the Rancho Cotate High School varsity team, tackle a member of the Campolindo team during their game Friday, September 7. The teams met up in a pre-season game in Cougar Stadium with Rancho defeating Campolindo 35-21. Rancho has another home game Sept. 14 against Pleasant Valley at 7:30 p.m. Jane Peleti

  • Rancho Cougar Jack Reese beats out Campolindo. Cougar Jean-Luc Axelrode for a second time to make a reception in the endzone. Robert Grant

It wasn’t an easy fight, and it was far closer than the final tally makes it seem.


Sidewalk repair gets big break from City of RP

Maintenance responsibilities for sidewalk fronting a piece of property in Rohnert Park falls on the shoulders of the property owner.

Cotati residents decry lack of enforcement

“I think we’ve had a lack of code enforcement in Cotati for well over twenty years,” Police Chief Parish said.

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Lacrosse holds free clinic Sept. 21

The Rancho Cotati Lacrosse Club will host its next free clinic at Magnolia Park Friday, Sep. 21st. 


Pickleball - If you build it, they will come

The City of Rohnert Park has plans to reconstruct the four dilapidated tennis courts at Sunrise Park on the corner of Snyder and Rohnert Park Expressway into two public tennis courts and six pickleball courts.


Gore in tune

Mikela Peleti Gore is performing at the annual Penngrove Social Fireman’s Luau. 

Robert Grant



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