You know the saying, it’s all mental. That saying was true Fri. night for the Rancho Cotate Cougars. The Cougars’ offense again was struggling with turnovers, being late substituting and simply not executing. This caused visible frustration, cursing and the team blaming each other on the sidelines. Entering halftime down 14-7, it was gut check time for the Cougars.
The Cotati Rohnert Park Unified School District (CRPUSD) met on Tues., Oct. 15 for their regularly scheduled board meeting at the Mt. Shadows Educational Center in Rohnert Park. A quick review of the agenda showed that this month’s meeting would focus on fiscal issues for the district to consider. The agenda consisted of routine items such as reports and votes on personnel actions combined with new items pertaining to the budget and financing of district projects. Supporting documents can be found on the district’s website as attachments to the agenda.
In the early days, Sonic.net was just a diminutive business with a few modems, phone lines and a couple of computers out of a back room in Santa Rosa’s McDonald Ave. neighborhood.
This week was again busy for the Rancho, Credo and Technology High School sports teams. With Oct. winding down, most sports are moving towards the playoffs, while others like football are in the midst of league play. For those who are not aware, here’s some of what happened this week in Rohnert Park sports.
I remember Punch and Judy. I grew up with them. I also remember Mickey and Millie. My kids grew up with them. We all remember Brandi. She spent fifteen years with us. They were more than pets. They were family. They listened to us. Loved us without judgment. Played with us. Cuddled us when we were sad. When one of us was ill, they’d lay with us and watch over us. The names may be different, but I bet you too have memories of your dogs, cats, bunnies, or other pets.