July 25, 2017

Dancing the night away with Moonlighters

  • Rohnert Park Cotati Regional Library Commissioner and member of Friends of the Rohnert Park - Cotati Library Barbara Mackenzie and her husband Rohnert Park Mayor Jake Mackenzie are seen tripping the light fantastic at the annual Moonlighters outdoor concert which is sponsored by The Friends of the Library. Photo by Robert Grant

Rohnert Park Library welcomed the band and in a statement on the libraries’ Facebook page wrote of the band, “We at the Rohnert Park Library are pleased to welcome back the Moonlighters.” 

 

Local smoke shop employee pleads not guilty

Public Safety Sgt. Jeff Justice, who was the officer on the case, said in a phone interview that it’s very unusual for victims of robbery and theft to take the law into their own hands and chase after a suspect.

Out of a crime comes kindness

“There has been a huge community response with donations from all over. We got some donations from Southern California, and I got a call from a music program in Elk Grove that wants to give a donation,” said Tim Decker, Rancho Cotate High School’s band director.

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Sports

Gearing up for strike three

Rohnert Park Rebels U8 softball team

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Answering the call of the wild

Indeed, Sonoma County Wildlife Rescue is now the largest wildlife center in California, land-wise, and offers a wide variety of programs besides their core rescue, rehabilitate and release services including classes, wildlife conservation, and sustainability for wildlife. They are also unique in that they are licensed to take any kind of animal. Many facilities do not have all the required licenses, nor the capabilities, to do so and may only focus on one type of animal, such as birds, or reptiles.

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